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ARM9 Family Vendor - ATMEL



Microcontrollers:

Name Description
AT91M42800AThe AT91M42800A features 8K bytes of on-chip SRAM, an External Bus Interface, a 6-channel Timer/Counter, 2 USARTs, 2 Master/Slave SPI Interfaces, 3 System Timers and an advanced Power Management Controller.
AT91M55800AThe AT91M55800A features 8K bytes of on-chip SRAM, an External Bus Interface, a 6-channel Timer/Counter, 3 USARTs, a Master/Slave SPI Interface, a Watchdog Timer, an 8-channel 10-bit ADC, a 2-channel 10-bit DAC, a Clock Generator, Real-time Clock and an advanced Power Management Controller.
AT91RM9200The AT91RM9200 microcontroller offers a flexible configuration of on- and off-chip memories together with an extensive set of peripherals for control, communication and data storage purposes. It is based on the ARM920T 200-MIPS advanced 32-bit RISC processor with 16K byte instruction and 16K byte data cache memories. It features 16K bytes of on-chip SRAM and 128K bytes of ROM, together with an external bus interface with controllers for SDRAM and static memories including NAND Flash and CompactFlash.

Its extensive peripheral set includes USB Full Speed Host and Device Ports, 10/100 Base T Ethernet MAC, Multimedia Card Interface (MCI), three Synchronous Serial Controllers (SSC), four USARTs, Master/Slave Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI), Timer Counters (TC) and Two Wire Interface (TWI). Four 32-bit Parallel I/O Controllers multiplex the pins to/from these peripherals in order to reduce the device pin count, and peripheral DMA channels maximize the data throughput between these interfaces and the on- and off-chip memories.

The AT91RM9200 has a fully featured system controller for efficient system management, including two on-chip oscillators and PLLs, clock generator, advanced interrupt controller (AIC), debug unit (DBGU), periodic interval timer, watchdog timer and real-time clock with alarm interrupt. It is supplied in a 208-pin PQFP or 266-ball BGA package.

The AT91RM9200 is supported by the AT91RM9200-EK Evaluation Board and extensive third-party application development tools. It supports both Linux and Windows CE. It targets applications requiring enhanced performance such as host processors for system control and connectivity. Examples include telematics systems connecting GPS receivers and GPRS communications, industrial automation, medical systems and point-of-sales terminals. It can also be used in conjunction with Atmel's FingerChip fingerprint sensor for advanced biometrics-based security applications.
AT91SAM9260The AT91SAM9260 is the first member of a pin-compatible ARM9-based microcontroller family that shares the same programming model as ARM7-based controllers, allowing direct migration between controllers based on different ARM cores. It supports deterministic, real-time operation, offers supervisory functions, and has third-party support comparable to that for 8-bit microcontrollers.

The AT91SAM9260 is based on the ARM926EJ-S processor, with 8K byte instruction and 8K byte data cache memories. It operates at 210 MIPS with a 190 MHz clock. It features 8K bytes of SRAM and 32K bytes of ROM with single cycle access at maximum processor or bus speed, together with an external bus interface with controllers for SDRAM and static memories including NAND Flash and CompactFlash. Its extensive peripheral set includes USB Full Speed Host and Device interfaces, a 10/100 Base T Ethernet MAC, Image Sensor Interface, Multimedia Card Interface (MCI), Synchronous Serial Controllers (SSC), USARTs, Master/Slave Serial Peripheral Interfaces (SPI), a three-channel 16-bit Timer Counter (TC), a Two Wire Interface (TWI) and four-channel 10-bit ADC. Three 32-bit Parallel I/O Controllers multiplex the pins to/from these peripherals in order to reduce the device pin count, and peripheral DMA channels maximize the data throughput between these interfaces and the on- and off-chip memories.

The AT91SAM9260 has a fully featured system controller for efficient system management, including a reset controller, shutdown controller, clock management, advanced interrupt controller (AIC), debug unit (DBGU), periodic interval timer, watchdog timer and real-time timer. It is available in a 217-ball LFBGA RoHS-compliant package and in a 208-pin Green QFP package.

The AT91SAM9260 is supported by the AT91SAM9260 Evaluation Board and extensive third-party application development tools. It supports both Linux and Windows CE. It has been developed for highly connected image processing applications, such as point-of-sale terminals, Ethernet-based IP cameras, and bar code readers.
AT91SAM9261The AT91SAM9261 is an ultra low-power, deterministic microcontroller based on the ARM926EJ-S processor, with 16K byte instruction and 16K byte data cache memories. It operates at 210 MIPS with a 190 MHz clock. It features 160K bytes of SRAM and 32K bytes of ROM with single cycle access at maximum processor or bus speed, together with an external bus interface with controllers for SDRAM and static memories including NAND Flash and CompactFlash.

Its extensive peripheral set includes USB Full Speed Host and Device interfaces, an LCD Controller, Multimedia Card Interface (MCI), Synchronous Serial Controllers (SSC), USARTs, Master/Slave Serial Peripheral Interfaces (SPI), a three-channel 16-bit Timer Counter (TC) and a Two Wire Interface (TWI). Three 32-bit Parallel I/O Controllers multiplex the pins to/from these peripherals in order to reduce the device pin count, and peripheral DMA channels maximize the data throughput between these interfaces and the on- and off-chip memories.

The AT91SAM9261 has a fully featured system controller for efficient system management, including a reset controller, shutdown controller, clock management, advanced interrupt controller (AIC), debug unit (DBGU), periodic interval timer, watchdog timer and real-time timer.

The AT91SAM9261's throughput and the DSP extensions to its instruction set allow complex DSP functions, such as biometrics, voice recognition, software modems, or encryption/decryption algorithms like RSA, to be executed very quickly in burst mode, so the system can be shut down much of the time. It consumes only 2.5 uA in standby mode, and 400 uA at 500 Hz. In industrial temperature range, its current consumption at 200 MIPS with all peripherals turned on is just 65 mA. It is supplied in a 217-ball LFBGA RoHS-compliant package.

The AT91SAM9261 is supported by the AT91SAM9261 Evaluation Board and extensive third-party application development tools. It supports both Linux and Windows CE. It is targeted at low power, high throughput wireless handheld applications, such as wireless PoS devices.
AT91SAM9261SThe AT91SAM9261S is pin-to-pin compatible with the AT91SAM9261. Memory size available in this product is 16K bytes of SRAM and 32K bytes of ROM.
AT91SAM9263The AT91SAM9263 microcontroller-based system-on-chip embeds a 200 MIPS ARM926EJ-S-based processor. Its parallel bus architecture incorporating distributed DMA overcomes the bottlenecks that occur with conventional ARM9-based MCUs in graphically-interfaced, data-intensive applications such as networked medical monitoring equipment and GPS navigation systems. The AT91SAM9263 employs 27 DMA channels including Atmel's 20-channel peripheral DMA controller (PDC), a 9-layer bus matrix, and two additional busses for data- and instruction-tightly-coupled-memories (TCMs) to boost CPU performance and provide on-chip data transfer rates of up to 41.6 Gbps. Two external bus interfaces (EBIs) support gigabyte-plus external memories.

On-chip human interface peripherals include a camera interface, TFT/STN LCD controller, a 6-channel audio front-end interface (AC97), I2S and a 2D graphics co-processor that off-loads line draw, block transfer, polygon fill, and clipping functions from the CPU. Networking peripherals include a 12 Mbps USB host and device, a 10/100 Ethernet MAC and a 1 Mbps control area network (CAN). There are also four USARTs, two 50 Mbps serial peripheral interfaces (SPI), CompactFlash, SDIO (MCI) and a two-wire interface (TWI) which can be connected to external wired and wireless communication modules like GPRS modem and Wi-Fi.

The AT91SAM9263 has two external bus interfaces (EBI): one for the system memory and one for the human interface. The second EBI eliminates the need for the LCD controller and CPU to share memory and can increase available CPU MIPS by 20% to 40%.

The AT91SAM9263 is supported by the AT91SAM9263 Evaluation Board and extensive third-party application development tools. It supports both Linux and Windows CE. It has been developed for advanced system-on-chip applications such as GPS application processors that require both high computing performance and high data throughputs.
AT91SAM9G20The AT91SAM9G20 is a pin-compatible evolution of the AT91SAM9260, offering four times the cache and on-chip SRAM memory of its predecessor, and features improved error correction for external NAND Flash as well as an enlarged Ethernet FIFO that improves latency. Achieving half the power consumption at twice the clock frequency of the AT91SAM9260, it consumes only 80 mW in full-power mode with all peripherals turned on. The AT91SAM9G20 is targeted at power-constrained applications that also need high performance. These include point-of-sale terminals, building automation, security cameras and bar code readers.

The AT91SAM9G20 is based on the ARM926EJ-S processor, with a clock speed of 400MHz. It features 32K byte instruction and 32K byte data cache memories, two 16K-byte blocks of SRAM and 64K bytes of ROM with single cycle access at maximum processor or bus speed, together with an external bus interface with controllers for SDRAM and static memories including NAND Flash and CompactFlash. Its extensive peripheral set includes USB Full Speed Host and Device interfaces, a 10/100 Base T Ethernet MAC, Image Sensor Interface, Multimedia Card Interface (MCI), Synchronous Serial Controllers (SSC), USARTs, Master/Slave Serial Peripheral Interfaces (SPI), two three-channel 16-bit Timer Counters (TC), a Two Wire Interface (TWI) and four-channel 10-bit ADC. Three 32-bit Parallel I/O Controllers multiplex the pins to/from these peripherals in order to reduce the device pin count, and peripheral DMA channels maximize the data throughput between these interfaces and the on- and off-chip memories.

The AT91SAM9G20 has a fully featured system controller for efficient system management, including a reset controller, shutdown controller, clock management, advanced interrupt controller (AIC), debug unit (DBGU), periodic interval timer, watchdog timer and real-time timer. It is available in a 217-ball LFBGA RoHS-compliant package.

The AT91SAM9G20 is supported by the AT91SAM9G20 Evaluation Board and extensive third-party application development tools. It supports both Linux and Windows CE.
AT91SAM9R64The AT91SAM9R is an ARM9-based microcontroller focused on applications that require sufficient on-chip memory for code execute-in-place. Its 64K byte internal SRAM attains single-cycle access at maximum clock speed. It comprises 4 blocks of 16K bytes configurable as TCM or general-purpose SRAM on the AHB Bus Matrix. It also has an External Bus Interface for access to a wide range of off-chip memories.

The AT91SAM9R's proprietary distributed DMA architecture enables it to transfer large amounts of data with minimal processor overhead. Its extensive set of external interfaces, including 480 Mbits/sec USB 2.0, give it the connectivity required for deeply embedded networked systems.

The AT91SAM9R is supported by an Evaluation Board and extensive third-party application development tools.
AT91SAM9RL64The AT91SAM9RL is an ARM9-based microcontroller focused on applications that support smart control panels. Its ARM926EJ-S processor, achieving 210 MIPS at 190 MHz, gives it the power required for intelligent user interfaces, and its double-buffered LCD controller with virtual screen support gives high-resolution, flicker-free displays. Its 64K bytes of on-chip SRAM gives it sufficient capacity for code execute-in-place and screen buffering. It has an External Bus Interface for access to a wide range of off-chip memories.

The AT91SAM9RL's proprietary distributed DMA architecture enables it to transfer the large amounts of data required for intelligent user interfaces with minimal processor overhead. Its extensive set of external interfaces, including 480 Mbits/sec USB 2.0, give it the connectivity required for deeply embedded networked systems.

The AT91SAM9RL is supported by an Evaluation Board and extensive third-party application development tools. Target applications range from the display panels in domestic white goods to those in industrial control systems.
AT91SAM9XE256The AT91SAM9XE256 is a monolithic ARM9-based Flash microcontrollers that combines a 200-MIPS ARM926EJ-S processor core with up to 256K bytes of high-performance on-chip Flash. It offers an unrivalled combination of performance and functionality on a single chip, making these Flash microcontrollers ideal for space-constrained applications where high performance is required.

The SAM9XE256 is designed to reuse the maximum of the peripherals and technology developed for Atmel's ARM7-based SAM7 family. In addition, the same support infrastructure is used for both the SAM7 and the SAM9XE series, making the migration between both microcontroller families smooth and easy.

The SAM9XE256 provides multiple networking/connectivity options with on-chip USB 2.0 Full Speed Host and Device Ports, an Ethernet 10/100 Base-T MAC as well as a two-slot Multimedia Card Interface (SDCard/SDIO and MultiMediaCard Compliant), a Synchronous Serial Controller (SSC), four USARTs, two master/slave Serial Peripheral Interfaces (SPI), a debug UART and two Two Wire Interfaces (TWI).

The six-layer system bus matrix is linked to the Memory Management Unit of the processor core, as well as to distributed DMA channels on the USB Host, Ethernet and Image Sensor Interface to ensure uninterrupted internal data flows with minimum processor overhead. This concept is extended to peripherals via the Peripheral DMA Controller (PDC) that communicates with DMA interfaces on the USB Device and all other serial I/Os. This industry-leading distributed DMA architecture ensures that internal data transfers occur at maximum possible bandwidth with minimal processor intervention. It enables the SAM9XE256 to perform complex data processing at the same time as high-speed data transfers.
AT91SAM9XE512The AT91SAM9XE512 is a monolithic ARM9-based Flash microcontrollers that combines a 200-MIPS ARM926EJ-S processor core with up to 512K bytes of high-performance on-chip Flash. It offers an unrivalled combination of performance and functionality on a single chip, making these Flash microcontrollers ideal for space-constrained applications where high performance is

The SAM9XE512 is designed to reuse the maximum of the peripherals and technology developed for Atmel's ARM7-based SAM7 family. In addition, the same support infrastructure is used for both the SAM7 and the SAM9XE series, making the migration between both microcontroller families smooth and easy.

The SAM9XE512 provides multiple networking/connectivity options with on-chip USB 2.0 Full Speed Host and Device Ports, an Ethernet 10/100 Base-T MAC as well as a two-slot Multimedia Card Interface (SDCard/SDIO and MultiMediaCard Compliant), a Synchronous Serial Controller (SSC), four USARTs, two master/slave Serial Peripheral Interfaces (SPI), a debug UART and two Two Wire Interfaces (TWI).

The six-layer system bus matrix is linked to the Memory Management Unit of the processor core, as well as to distributed DMA channels on the USB Host, Ethernet and Image Sensor Interface to ensure uninterrupted internal data flows with minimum processor overhead. This concept is extended to peripherals via the Peripheral DMA Controller (PDC) that communicates with DMA interfaces on the USB Device and all other serial I/Os. This industry-leading distributed DMA architecture ensures that internal data transfers occur at maximum possible bandwidth with minimal processor intervention. It enables the SAM9XE512 to perform complex data processing at the same time as high-speed data transfers.
AT91FR40162SThe AT91FR40162S features 2 Mbits of on chip SRAM and 2 Mbytes of Flash memory in a single compact 121-ball BGA package. Its high level of integration and very small footprint make the device ideal for space-constrained applications. The Flash memory can be programmed via the JTAG/ICE interface or the factory-programmed Flash Memory Uploader, making the AT91FR40162S suitable for in-system programmable applications
AT91FR40162SBThe AT91FR40162SB features 2 Mbits of on chip SRAM and 2 Mbytes of Flash memory in a single Green 121-ball BGA package. Its high level of integration and very small footprint make the device ideal for space-constrained applications. The Flash memory can be programmed via the JTAG/ICE interface or the factory-programmed Flash Memory Uploader, making the AT91FR40162S suitable for in-system programmable applications. Apart from a few details of Flash memory programming, the AT91FR40162SB is fully pin and code compatible with the AT91FR40162S.
AT91M40800The AT91M40800 features 8K bytes of on-chip SRAM, an External Bus Interface, a 3-channel Timer/Counter, 2 USARTs, a Watchdog Timer and advanced power-saving features.
BSDL software files are not available. The AT91X408XX Series does not feature Boundary-scan cells on digital pins. The JTAG/ICE port is only used as debug port.
AT91R40008The AT91R40008 features 256K bytes of on-chip SRAM, an External Bus Interface, a 3-channel Timer/Counter, 2 USARTs, a Watchdog Timer and advanced power-saving features.The AT91X408XX Series does not feature Boundary-scan cells on digital pins. The JTAG/ICE port is only used as debug port.