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Freescale Microcontroller with 3 UARTs

Started by Anand P. Paralkar October 7, 2010
Hello Everybody,

Could you please let me know of Freescale (Motorola) microcontrollers 
that have three UARTs?

(The parametric search on the Freescale website is really difficult for 
this kind of a search.)

Thanks a lot for your help.

Thanks,
Anand
On 07/10/2010 13:20, Anand P. Paralkar wrote:
> Hello Everybody, > > Could you please let me know of Freescale (Motorola) microcontrollers > that have three UARTs? > > (The parametric search on the Freescale website is really difficult for > this kind of a search.) > > Thanks a lot for your help. > > Thanks, > Anand
Freescale make /lots/ of microcontrollers. I presume you have a family in mind, rather than just looking for any sort of microcontroller made by Freescale and with at least three UARTs? Otherwise I'd recommend the MPC5554 - using the TPUs, you can get a total of 34 UARTs.
"Anand P. Paralkar" wrote:

>Could you please let me know of Freescale (Motorola) microcontrollers >that have three UARTs?
MCF5225x if you want a 32 bit CPU.
>(The parametric search on the Freescale website is really difficult for >this kind of a search.)
Not really, just a bit of work. Go to each family and then "Buy/Parametrics". Or ask your sales person. Oliver -- Oliver Betz, Munich despammed.com is broken, use Reply-To:
In article <8h5oolFkpoU1@mid.individual.net>, 
anand.paralkar@gnospammale.com says...
> > Hello Everybody, > > Could you please let me know of Freescale (Motorola) microcontrollers > that have three UARTs? > > (The parametric search on the Freescale website is really difficult for > this kind of a search.) > > Thanks a lot for your help. > > Thanks, > Anand
The Freescale MCF5213 has 3 UARTs. This is one nice microcontroller. Used on a couple of projects. -- Michael Karas Carousel Design Solutions http://www.carousel-design.com
Hi Everybody,

Thanks for your replies.  To complete the thread, here is the list of 
microcontrollers having three UARTs.  I have included non-Freescale 
microcontrollers too for anybody who may need a similar search result in 
the future.

(This is by no means an exhaustive list.)

Thanks,
Anand

Atmel
"AT91SAM7S256,
ATxmega128A1,
ATxmega192A1,
ATxmega256A1,
ATxmega384A1,
ATxmega256A3B,
ATxmega64A3,
ATxmega128A3,
ATxmega192A3,
ATxmega256A3,
ATxmega16A4,
ATxmega32A4,
ATxmega64A4,
ATxmega128A4,
ATxmega256D3,
ATxmega192D3,
ATxmega128D3,
ATxmega64D3"

STMicroelectronics
"STR711FR0,
STR711FR1,
STR712FR0,
STR712FR1,
STR712FR2,
STR715FR0"
"STR910FAM32,
STR910FAW32,
STR911FAM42,
STR911FAM44,
STR911FAM46,
STR911FAM47,
STR911FAW42,
STR911FAW44,
STR911FAW46,
STR911FAW47,
STR912FAW42,
STR912FAW44,
STR912FAW46,
STR912FAW47"

Asix
"AX11001,
AX11005,
AX11015,
AX11025"

NXP
"PXAH30KFBE,
PXAH40KFBE,
LH75401N0Q100C0,
LH75411N0Q100C0,
LH79520N0Q000B1,
LH79524N0F100A1,
LH79525N0Q100A1,
LH7A400N0F000B5,
LH7A400N0F076B5,
LH7A400N0G000B5,
LH7A404N0F000B3,
LH7A404N0F092B3"

Dallas Semiconductors (Maxim IC)
"DS80C400,
DS80C410,
DS80C411"

Freescale
"MCF532X
MCF5225x
MCF5213"


On 07-10-2010 16:50, Anand P. Paralkar wrote:
> Hello Everybody, > > Could you please let me know of Freescale (Motorola) microcontrollers > that have three UARTs? > > (The parametric search on the Freescale website is really difficult for > this kind of a search.) > > Thanks a lot for your help. > > Thanks, > Anand