This article was first published on embedded beat (Freescale blogs)
It’s not just about performance and integration, the ARM Cortex-M4 based Kinetis K Series brings world class low-power modes and a comprehensive set of development tools and software, helping you save precious time and resources.
If you haven’t noticed, the Kinetis portfolio is vast – from general embedded, to ultra-low power, to a wide range of application specific MCUs. As for the Kinetis K Series, we’ve honed in on general embedded applications. Need USB? We’ve got that. Ethernet, Crypto? Yep. Graphic LCD? Ditto. And there’s more. Kinetis K devices range in flash size from 32KB to 2MB, up to 256KB of onboard SRAM and a broad range of peripheral combinations for measurement and control, connectivity and security.
Here’s the family lineup:
How do you decide which device is best for your design with what seems like endless options?
We’ve helped make the selection process easier with the Kinetis K Selector Guide.
Try it out and let me know what you think.
Justin Mortimer is a Kinetis Product Owner