Both series trim embedded Flash to the essential, still allowing secure boot process, sensitive code and real-time routines to run safely on-chip. By adding off-chip serial or parallel memories up to 32-bit, applications can scale-up with no performance penalty.
The entry-level model STM32F730 delivers 1082 CoreMark performance running at 216MHz aided by ST Microelectronics integrated ART Accelerator™ for zero-wait-state execution of Flash. It also integrates cryptographic hardware acceleration, a USB 2.0 high speed port with PHY and a CAN interface.
In addition to the functions of the STM32F730, the STM32F750 has a TFT-LCD controller with the Chrom-ART™ Graphics Accelerator developed by ST. Other features include hardware acceleration for hash algorithms, two CAN interfaces, an Ethernet MAC, a camera interface and two USB 2.0 interfaces with full speed PHY.
With 2020 CoreMark at 400MHz, the STM32H750 delivers high-end performance and adds a hardware JPEG encoder/decoder for even faster GUI performance. The MCU also comes with a CANFD port and another CANFD with time-trigger capability as well as high-quality operational amplifiers and 16-bit ADCs with up to 3,6Msample/s.
The microcontrollers are now available in various LQFP and BGA packages from 64 pins up to 240 pins at www.Rutronik24.com (where you can also place orders directly):
Contact Person (Rutronik):
Hao Wang, Product Sales Manager Microcontroller
Tel: +49 7231 801 1479