Features and Benefits
- EEMBC ULPMark™-CP score: 245.5
- Ultra low power active and hibernate mode
- Active mode dynamic current: 30 μA/MHz (typical)
- Flexi mode: 300 μA (typical)
- Hibernate mode: 750 nA (typical)
- Shutdown mode: 60 nA (typical)
- ARM Cortex-M3 processor with MPU
- Up to 26 MHz with serial wire debug interface
- Power management
- Single-supply operation (VBAT): 1.74 V to 3.6 V
- Optional buck converter for improved efficiency
- Memory options
- 128 kB/256 kB of embedded flash memory with ECC
- 4 kB of cache memory to reduce active power
- 64 kB of configurable system SRAM with parity up to 32 kB of SRAM retained in hibernate mode
- Watchdog with dedicated on-chip oscillator
- Hardware CRC with programmable polynomial
- Multiparity bit protected SRAM
- ECC protected embedded flash
- User code protection
- Hardware cryptographic accelerator supporting AES-128, AES-256, and SHA-256
- Digital peripherals
- 3 SPI interfaces to enable glueless interface to sensors, radios, and converters
- I2C and UART interfaces
- SPORT for natively interfacing with converters and radios
- Programmable GPIOs (44 in LFCSP and 34 in WLCSP)
- 3 general-purpose timers with PWM support
- RTC and FLEX_RTC with SensorStrobe and time stamping
- Programmable beeper
- 25-channel DMA controller
- Clocking features
- 26 MHz clock: on-chip oscillator, external crystal oscillator
- 32 kHz clock: on-chip oscillator, low power crystal oscillator
- Integrated PLL with programmable divider
- Analog peripherals
- 12-bit SAR ADC, 1.8 MSPS, 8 channels, and digital comparator
The ADuCM3027/ADuCM3029 microcontroller units (MCUs) are ultra low power microcontroller systems with integrated power management for processing, control, and connectivity. The MCU system is based on the ARM® Cortex®-M3 processor, a collection of digital peripherals, embedded SRAM and flash memory, and an analog subsystem which provides clocking, reset, and power management capability in addition to an analog-to-digital converter (ADC) subsystem. For a feature comparison across the ADuCM3027/ADuCM3029 product offerings, see Table 1.
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System features that are common across the ADuCM3027/ADuCM3029/ADuCM3029-1/ADuCM3029-2 MCUs include the following:
- Up to 26 MHz ARM Cortex-M3 processor
- Up to 256 kB of embedded flash memory with error correction code (ECC)
- Optional 4 kB cache for lower active power
- 64 kB system SRAM with parity
- Power management unit (PMU)
- Multilayer advanced microcontroller bus architecture (AMBA) bus matrix
- Central direct memory access (DMA) controller
- Beeper interface
- Serial port (SPORT), serial peripheral interface (SPI), inter-integrated circuit (I2C), and universal asynchronous receiver/transmitter (UART) peripheral interfaces
- Cryptographic hardware support with advanced encryption standard (AES) and secure hash algorithm (SHA)-256
- Real-time clock (RTC)
- General-purpose and watchdog timers
- Programmable general-purpose input/output (GPIO) pins
- Hardware cyclic redundancy check (CRC) calculator with programmable generator polynomial
- Power-on reset (POR) and power supply monitor (PSM)
- 12-bit successive approximation register (SAR) ADC
- True random number generator (TRNG)
To support low dynamic and hibernate power management, the ADuCM3027/ADuCM3029 MCUs provide a collection of power modes and features, such as dynamic and software controlled clock gating and power gating.
The ADuCM3029-1 and ADuCM3029-2 MCU models share the same features and functionality as that of the ADuCM3029 MCU. All specifications pertaining to the ADuCM3027 and ADuCM3029 are also applicable to the ADuCM3029-1 and ADuCM3029-2.
For full details on the ADuCM3027/ADuCM3029 MCUs, refer to the ADuCM302x Ultra Low Power ARM Cortex-M3 MCU with Integrated Power Management Hardware Reference Manual.
- Industry leading ultralow power consumption.
- Robust operation, including full voltage monitoring in deep sleep modes, ECC support on flash, and parity error detection on SRAM memory.
- Leading edge security. Fast encryption provides read protection to customer algorithms. Write protection prevents device reprogramming by unauthorized code.
- Failure detection of 32 kHz LFXTAL via interrupt.
- SensorStrobe™ for precise time synchronized sampling of external sensors. Works in hibernate mode, resulting in drastic current reduction in system solutions. Current consumption reduces by 10 times when using, for example, the ADXL363 accelerometer. Software intervention is not required after setup. No pulse drift due to software execution.
- Internet of Things (IoT)
- Electronic shelf label (ESL) and signage
- Smart infrastructure
- Smart lock
- Asset tracking
- Smart machine, smart metering, smart building, smart city, and smart agriculture
- Fitness and clinical
- Machine learning and neural network
Markets & Technology
- Vital Signs Measurements
- Electrocardiogram (ECG) Measurement
- Electroencephalogram (EEG) Measurement
- Non-Invasive Blood Pressure (NIBP)
- Respiration Rate Measurement
- Oxygen Saturation (SpO2) Measurement
- Disease Management & Wellness
- Portable Blood Analyzer
- Body Composition, Hydration, Bioimpedance Analysis
- Insulin Pump
- Activity Tracking & Fall Detection
- Wearable Health Monitor
- Life Sciences & Medical Instrumentation
Product Lifecycle Recommended for New Designs
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Evaluation Kits (4)
The EV-COG-AD3029 is a development platform for Analog Devices Ultra Low Power technology across ADI's MCU and RF transceiver portfolio. The board uses CrossCore Embedded Studio, an open source Eclipse based Interactive Development Environment (IDE), which can be downloaded free of charge. The platform contains many hardware and software example projects to make it easier for customers to prototype and create solutions for Internet of Things (IoT) applications.
A Cog development system may consist of these
- A MCU Cog that highlights the differentiating values of ADI ULP portfolio.
- An optional add-on board (Gear) for application specific use case.
- An optional wireless board (RF-Cog) for connectivity
The Cog development system objective is to rapidly create a development/prototyping capability focused on industrial, professional, pro-sumer customers, with a flexible radio, microprocessor, sensor and application development environment.
Features & Benefits
- On-board ultra-low power ARM Cortex M3 MCU
- No external Debugger/Emulator Tools required
- Small form factor (75X35 mm )
- Multiple power options – USB, Coincell, External, Li-Ion
- Onboard peripherals – Accelerometer, Temperature sensor
- Compatible with ADI RF daughter cards, and RF modules
- Compatible with ADI application add-on boards (Gears)
- Expansion Connectors and Jumpers for providing external access to all MCU signals
The Analog Devices ICE-1000 and ICE-2000 emulators facilitate the creation, test, and debug of advanced applications on Analog Devices Processors and DSPs. Working in tandem with the CrossCore® Embedded Studio development environment, these emulators provide state-of-the-art support for all JTAG-compliant Analog Devices processors.
New debug feature added for the ICE-1000/ICE-2000:
- Coresight Serial Wire Debug (SWD)
Features & Benefits
- JTAG/SWD support for Blackfin, Blackfin+, SHARC and multi-core SHARC+ with ARM
- Plug-n-Play, USB 2.0 compliant
- USB bus-powered device
- Windows® 8.1, Window 7 compatible
- Multiple processor I/O voltage support: 1.8V, 2.5V, and 3.3V
- Multiprocessor support
- JTAG/SWD clock operation of 5 MHz on the ICE-1000
- JTAG/SWD clock operation up to 46 MHZ on the ICE-2000
- Multi-colored LED for enhanced status indication
- Software controlled target reset to support remote debug
The EVAL-ADICUP3029 is an Arduino and PMOD compatible form factor development board that includes Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity. The board uses CrossCore Embedded Studio, an open source Eclipse based Interactive Development Environment (IDE), which can be downloaded free of charge. The platform contains many hardware and software example projects to make it easier for customers to prototype and create connected systems and solutions for Internet of Things (IoT) applications.
The EVAL-ADICUP3029 uses the ADuCM3029 ultra low power Arm Cortex-M3 processor as the main device on board. The ADuCM3029 is an integrated mixed-signal microcontroller system for processing, control and connectivity.
Features & Benefits
- Compatible with Arduino, PMOD and Grove form factors
- Ultra-low Power ARM Cortex M3
- Open Source IDE Tools
- No External Debugger/Emulator Tools needed
The ADuCM3029 EZ-KIT®, Analog Devices, Inc.is an evaluation system for the ADuCM3029 processor.
The ADuCM3029 processor is based on the ARM® Cortex®-M3 processor core, a collection of digital peripherals, embedded SRAM and flash memory. It also contains an analog subsystem which provides clocking, reset and power management capability in addition to an ADC subsystem. The ADuCM3029 Microcontroller is designed specifically for Motor Control and Industrial applications. The EZ-KIT ships with all of the necessary components required to start the evaluation immediately.
The EZ-KIT contains an array of three connectors that support the ADF7xxx Wireless Transceiver series of daughterboard products.
The EZ-KIT contains an expansion interface 3 (EI3) and Arduino interface. These interfaces provide for connecting with daughter boards to expand on the functionality of the EZ-KIT.
The evaluation board is designed to be used in conjunction with the IAR Embedded Workbench® and Segger® development environment for advanced application code development and debug such as:
- Create, compile, assemble, and link application programs written in C++, C, and assembly
- Load, run, step, halt, and set breakpoints in application programs
- Read and write data and program memory
- Read and write core and peripheral registers
Features & Benefits
- Analog Devices ADuCM3029 processor
- 64-pin QFN package
- 26 MHz oscillator
- SPI Flash (SPI2) chip
- Windbond W25Q32
- Accelerometer (SPI2)
- Analog Devices ADXL363
- Temp Sensor
- Analog Devices ADT7420
- Universal Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter (UART0)
- FTDI FT232R USB to UART IC
- USB mini -B
- Debug (SWD/SWO) interface
- J-Link Lite ARM debugger
- SWD/SWO 20-pin 0.1” header for use with IAR emulators
- SWD/SWO 10-pin 0.05” header
- Five LEDs: one power (green), one board reset (red), and three general-purpose (amber)
- Push buttons
- Five push buttons: one reset, one wake, boot and two IRQ/Flag
- Expansion Interface 3 (EI3) Connector
- GND/3.3V/5V output
- Arduino Connectors
- ADF7xxx Connectors
- Power Measurement
- Jumpers for measuring processor and board current draw
Application Notes (6)
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Solutions Bulletins & Brochures (1)
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