New MCUs offer increased performance and more memory for industrial applications

The XMC7000 MCUs from Infineon, with multi-core architecture, provide a rich set of communications interfaces and analog functions. System operation is supported by robust hardware security capabilities.

Infineon provides a new option for developers of high-end industrial applications who require a robust, low-power and high-performance 32-bit microcontroller backed by a comprehensive set of system software and development tools. 

The new XMC7000 MCU family includes versions with either a single or dual Arm® Cortex®-M7 core, supported by a 100 MHz Cortex-M0+ processor. The new XMC™ MCUs feature up to 8 Mbytes of Flash memory and 1 Mbyte of on-chip SRAM. 

A rich set of peripherals includes a CAN FD interface and 16- and 32-bit timer/counter PWMs in both the XMC7100 and XMC7200. The XMC7200 devices also have a Gigabit Ethernet communications interface. Alongside the advanced peripheral set, the XMC7000 family also offers robust security features. These include a hardware cryptography engine. 

The MCUs are able to operate in harsh environments across a temperature range of -40°C to 125°C. Power-saving modes, which bring operating current as low as 8 μA, make these MCUs ideal for power-constrained applications.  

The new XMC7000 MCUs are compatible with the latest Infineon ModusToolbox™ 3.0 development platform, which provides a common development experience across Infineon products, including PSoC™ MCUs, AIROC™ Wi-Fi® and Bluetooth® networking modules, and EZ-PD™ PMG1 MCUs.


Series Flash RAM  Arm Cortex-M7 Options Package Options
XMC7100 Up to 4 Mbytes Up to 768 kbytes 250 MHz single- or dual-core 100-, 144- or 176-pin TQFP 272-pin LFBGA
XMC7200 8 Mbytes 1 Mbyte 350 MHz single- or dual-core 176-pin TQFP 272-pin LFBGA
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