- MPC5606S Microcontroller in a 176 LQFP package
- e200 32-bit Book E compliant CPU core complex built on Power Architecture technology
- On-board JTAG connection
- 4.3" 480x272 24bit Touchscreen LCD Display
- MC34845 Backlight controller
- High Speed QSPI 8MB Flash Memory
- Loudspeaker with sound amplifier
- CAN & LIN Interface
- Sound generation and playback using PWM channels and DMA
- QuadSPI Serial Flash Controller
- Parallel Data Interface (PDI) for digital video input
- Display Control Unit (DCU) for direct drive of TFT displays up to WQVGA resolution
The MPC5606S-DEMO-V2 allows testing most of the MPC5606S MCUs features, especially graphics. The MPC56xxS family is the latest generation of 32-bit Power Architecture™ microcontrollers (MCUs) that address color thin-film transistor (TFT) displays in automotive instrument cluster applications. It offers a cost-effective entry-level instrument cluster solution with the ability to scale your designs to fit your performance needs.
The Qorivva MPC560xS family is the latest generation of 32-bit microcontrollers (MCUs) built on Power Architecture® technology that address color thin-film transistor (TFT) displays in automotive instrument cluster applications. The platform architecture includes an on-chip display control unit that directly drives the TFT display. In addition, system memory can be expanded via the on-chip serial peripheral interface should the need for more headroom arise. The Qorivva MPC560xS family offers you a cost-effective mid-level instrument cluster solution with the ability to scale your designs to fit your performance needs.
Key Applications: Automotive - Instrument cluster and Central display.
|Quick Start Guide||Quick Start Guide for MPC5606S-DEMO-V2|
|User Manual/Guide||User Guide for MPC5606S-DEMO-V2|
|Product Brief/Fact sheet||Product Brief for Qorivva MPC560xS Family|
|Data Sheet||Datasheet for MPC5606S Microcontroller|
|Reference Manual||Reference Manual for MPC5606S Microcontroller|
|Application Note||Application Note for Configuring and using the DCU2 on the MPC5606S MCU|