32-bit microcontrollers for powertrain and chassis

  • 26-Aug-2010 08:46 EDT

Infineon Technologies’ AUDO MAX family of 32-bit microcontrollers (MCUs) provides high performance and real-time capabilities for automotive powertrain and chassis applications. The AUDO MAX family supports design of engine management systems meeting the Euro 5 and Euro 6 emissions standards for combustion vehicles and enables the electrification of powertrain functions in electrical vehicles. Key features of the AUDO MAX family are maximum clock frequencies of up to 300 MHz, high-speed interfaces such as SENT and FlexRay, and comprehensive support for advanced safety engineering by using the PRO-SIL features of the devices. The new MCUs are suitable for use at temperatures of up to 170°C (338°F). Based on the TriCore processor architecture, the AUDO MAX family is manufactured in 90-nm process technology.

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