There are 120 parts across ML62Q13xx, ML62Q15xx and ML62Q17xx part numbers.
“The group provides safety features that correspond to 13 items related to home appliances, including a self-diagnostic function for detecting internal faults,” according to the firm.
“This makes it possible to protect systems from unexpected situations that occur in MCUs used in the consumer electronics field which is becoming more sophisticated as well as the compact industrial equipment sector that requires stable operation even under harsh conditions such as extreme noise and high temperatures.”
Starter kits and a reference board will be available (ML62Q1000 capacitive switch starter kit and ML62Q1367 reference board from March).
The MCUs are compatible with Lapis’ recent LexIDE-U16 development environment, which is based on Eclipse with the CDT (C/C++ development) plug-in.
“Compared to our existing IDEU8,” said the fir, “the editor function has been enhanced, file operability improved, and a stack size calculation tool has been added. It is now possible to call our proprietary DTU8 debugger, LCD image tool, MWU16 flash multi-writer, SCU16 stack size calculation tool, and other programs, allowing the LexIDE-U16 to achieve not only high development efficiency but also ensure compatibility with Eclipse environments from other companies.”
Pin positions allow simple I/O expansion
Porting is possible from existing IDEU8 projects to LexIDE-U16.
Sample source code for self-diagnosis is available, using an IEC60730-1 Class B library.
|Safety Features||13 compliant to IEC60730|
|Noise immunity||> ±30kV (indirect contact discharge)|
|10bit ADC||6-16 channel|
|Analogue comparator||1-2 channel|
|8bit DAC||0-1 channel|
|LCD driver||8com × 24seg – 60seg (ML62Q1700 groups only)|
|Operation over||-40 to 105°C|
|Supply||1.6 to 5.5V|
|pin count||16, 20, 24, 32, 48, 52, 64, 80 or 100|
|Package options||WQFN16, SSOP16, TSSOP20, WQFN24, WQFN32, TQFP32
TQFP48, TQFP52, TQFP64, QFP64, QFP80, QFP100, TQFP100