AVR32 Series

AVR32 Series

World

The of

AVR32

Series

RISC Microcontrollers

Product Overview 2008

32-bit AVR32 RISC MCU for Linux

®

Application and Real-Time System

USB2.0 HS Device and HS OTG

LCD Controller and Graphic Accelerator

Up to 2 x Fast Ethernet MAC 10/100Mbit/s

Fast embedded Flash/SRAM and external

bus interface

Up to 280DMIPS at 200MHz

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AVR32 RISC MCU Families

Welcome to the World of Atmel’s RISC microcontrollers

Join the big world of Atmel’s 8-bit and 32-bit RISC MCU families!

From lowest cost ATTINY, high performance ATMEGA or new XMEGA family, Atmel’s 8-bit AVR portfolio covers devices from 16

MIPS up 32 MIPS with pin counts from 8 up to 100 pins. Flash memories from 1K up to 256K are available.

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Atmel’s RISC architectures

Atmel’s new AVR32 32-bit core is introduced in UC3 flash based derivates and in the AP7 application processor products. A lot of intelligent technologies make this core the winner in performance and power consumption over all existing 32-bit technologies. Here, will find flash based products up to 512K with a lot of communication interfaces as well as high performance processors with MMU and cashes especially for embedded Linux, which is supported directly by Atmel.

Atmel’s SAM ARM

®

families cover a broad range of products from flash based SAM7 and SAM9 products as well as bigger

SAM9 machines for Windows CE® and embedded Linux.

A rich set of communication peripherals, lots of smart implementations and different available development tools and operating systems in the market make this products very successful.

Common peripherals

Migration

Both AVR32 and SAM ARM® use many common peripherals, enabling migration between the families much more easier, than jumping between different MCU technology.

Common tools

Tools

AVR32, AVR and XMEGA products come with dedicated free of charge AVR Studios and can be debugged with JTAGICE-

MK2. So feel free to start with AVR, enlarge your application to XMEGA and proceed to AVR32 MCUs with the same set of tools.

AVR32 Family Overview

AP7 Family Roadmap

The AVR32 Family is currently the most expanding product in the 32-bit area. This is valid for both, the flash-less AP7 Family and the embedded flash UC3. The AP7 family is equipped with all system components and peripherals to build up digital systems for process controlling and visualization which normally are engaged with full fledged operating system like Linux.

The AT32AP7000 was the first product on the market which features highest performance at low power consumption and was targeting to the portable console market. But the huge offer in software, specially the Linux Kernel and driver support directly from Atmel, was ideal for a lot of customer to use this package for their application. All next products based on AP7 will have new or additional peripherals and also will be shrinked for more speed and lower power consumption.

UC3 Family Roadmap

The UC3 family is an optimized version of the AVR32 Core for real-time systems and will be equipped with embedded flash. It optimally fits into application where highest performance at low power consumption is needed and also PCB space is less available. The UC3 Core implements a high efficient DSP instruction set and speed up signal processing applications significantly.

The UC3 family is planned to be automotive AEC-Q100 as well.

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Family Overview AT32AP7000

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The AT32AP7000 is the first AVR32-based processor family and the first to integrate on a single chip, virtually all the functionalities required for multimedia systems deployed in cell phones, digital cameras, PDAs, automotive infotainment, set top boxes, and home entertainment systems, as well as network switches/routers and printers. The embedded Pixel-Coprocessor accelerates processing of images and video streams and is directly connected to the core to perform single cycle execution on processor speed.

The AT32AP7000 operates at 210 MIPS with a 150 MHz clock. It features 32K bytes of SRAM directly connected to the high-speed bus matrix, an external bus interface with controllers for SDRAM and static memories including NAND Flash and CompactFlash™ with ECC. Its extensive peripheral set includes an USB High Speed De-

vice interface, two 10/100 Base-T Ethernet MAC, Image Sensor Interface, Multime-

dia Card Interface (MCI), a LCD-Controller for TFT and STN Displays, Synchronous

Serial Controllers (SSC), USARTs, Master/Slave Serial Peripheral Interfaces (SPI), two three-channel 16-bit Timer Counter (TC) and a Two Wire Interface (TWI). Up to five GPIO Controller (each 32-bit wide) are selecting general I/O’s or do connect the peripherals to dedicated pins via multiplexer. Peripheral DMA channels maximize the data throughput between these interfaces and the on- and off-chip memories.

The AT32AP7000 is available in a 256-ball CTBGA RoHS-compliant package providing up to 160 GPIO multiplexed with peripherals.

AT32AP7000 Blockdiagram

AT32AP7000 in brief

System

7

Debug

Caches

MMU

AVR32, 150MHz

Pixel-Coprocessor

16-layer AHB Matrix

JTAG / Nexus Class III

16K-I, 16K-D yes

Memory

Flash

SRAM

Ext. Bus interface

Boot

Ethernet

-

2 x 16KB

8/16/32-bit static,

16/32-bit dynamic,

NAND (ECC), CompactFlash™

EBI CS0

Communication

2 x MAC 10/100 RMII/MII with DMA

USB UDP

UHP

U(S)ART

1 USB2.0 HS Device

4 with DMA

SPI

TWI (I²C)

SSC

16-bit

RTT

Watchdog

PWM

LCD Contr.

Camera IF

MMC IF

Audio DAC

AC97

PS2

I/O

Oscillators

System

2 with DMA

1 (Master)

3 with DMA

Timer

6 x with Cap/Com

1

1

4 ch / 20-bit

Multimedia

2048 x 2048 24-bit

1

1

1

1

Misc.

1

160 max.

2 x Osc., 2 x PLL

POR, Shut Down Ctrl.

AT32AP7000 Development Tools

AP7000 is supported by the ATSTK1000 evaluation kit and AT90JTAGICE-mkII debugger. Also an ultra low-cost Network Reference Design Kit ATNGW100 with pre-installed Linux Image is available.

All related Software and documentation may be downloaded via www.atmel.com/ products/avr32 :

- Ready to use example projects

- Linux demonstration software

- Getting Started Application Notes

- Schematics, BOM and Gerber files

- Free Atmel tools (Linux Kernel and BSP)

ATSTK1000 is equipped with AT32AP7000-CTUT (CTBGA).

MSC’s AT32AP7000-Startup Paket gives you all you need for your first AP7000 design: ATSTK1000, AT90JTAGICE-mkII. The BSP and Linux Kernel is supported by

Atmel and can be downloaded free of cost.

Evaluation Boards

SDRAM

Flash

SD-Card

ATSTK1000 Resources

8MByte

8MByte

256MByte

SDRAM

ATNGW100 Resources

32MByte

Flash

DataFlash™

8MByte

8MByte

Schematics, BOM, Gerber etc. provided by Atmel.

Family Overview AT32AP7001

The AT32AP7001 is a device reduction of the full-fledged AP7000 related to some peripherals. It can be used in applications where no Ethernet connection and no process visualization are needed. The AP7001 can be used for applications deployed in cell phones, digital cameras, automotive infotainment, process automation, set top boxes, and home entertainment systems. The embedded Pixel-Coprocessor accelerates processing of images and video streams and is directly connected to the core to perform single cycle execution on processor speed.

The AT32AP7001 operates at 210 MIPS with a 150 MHz clock. It features 32K bytes of SRAM directly connected to the high-speed bus matrix, an external bus interface with controllers for SDRAM and static memories including NAND Flash and CompactFlash™ with ECC. Its extensive peripheral set includes a USB High Speed De-

vice interface, Image Sensor Interface, Multimedia Card Interface (MCI), Synchronous Serial Controllers (SSC), USARTs, Master/Slave Serial Peripheral Interfaces

(SPI), two three-channel 16-bit Timer Counter (TC), and a Two Wire Interface (TWI).

Up to three GPIO Controller (each 32-bit wide) are selecting general I/O’s or do connect the peripherals to dedicated pins via multiplexer. Peripheral DMA channels maximize the data throughput between these interfaces and the on- and off-chip memories.

The AT32AP7001 is available in a 208-ball QFP RoHS-compliant package

AT32AP7001 Blockdiagram

AT23AP7001 in brief

System

CPU

Debug

Caches

MMU

Flash

SRAM

Ext. Bus interface

Boot

16/32-bit dynamic,

NAND (ECC), CompactFlash™

Communication

EBI CS0

USB UDP

UHP

U(S)ART

SPI

TWI (I²C)

SSC

1 USB2.0 HS Device

4 with DMA

2 with DMA

1 (Master)

3 with DMA

Timer

6 x with Cap/Com 16-bit

RTT

Watchdog

PWM

1

1

4 ch / 20-bit

Multimedia

Camera IF

MMC IF

Audio DAC

AC97

PS2

I/O

Oscillators

System

AVR32, 150MHz

Pixel-Coprocessor

16-layer AHB Matrix

JTAG / Nexus Class III

16K-I, 16K-D yes

Memory

-

2 x 16KB

8/16/32-bit static,

1

1

1

1

Misc.

1

160 max.

2 x Osc., 2 x PLL

POR, Shut Down Ctrl.

AT32AP7000 Development Tools

AP7000 is supported by the ATSTK1000 evaluation kit and AT90JTAGICE-mkII debugger. Also an ultra low-cost Network Reference Design Kit ATNGW100 with pre-installed Linux Image is available.

All related Software and documentation may be downloaded via www.atmel.com/ products/avr32 :

- Ready to use example projects

- Linux demonstration software

- Getting Started Application Notes

- Schematics, BOM and Gerber files

- Free Atmel tools (Linux Kernel and BSP)

ATSTK1000 is equipped with AT32AP7000-CTUT (CTBGA).

MSC’s AT32AP7000-Startup Paket gives you all you need for your first AP7000 design: ATSTK1000, AT90JTAGICE-mkII. The BSP and Linux Kernel is supported by

Atmel and can be downloaded free of cost.

Evaluation Boards

SDRAM

ATSTK1000 Resources

8MByte

Flash

SD-Card

8MByte

256MByte

SDRAM

ATNGW100 Resources

32MByte

Flash

DataFlash™

8MByte

8MByte

Schematics, BOM, Gerber etc. provided by Atmel.

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Family Overview AT32AP7002

The AT32AP7002 is a device reduction of the full-fledged AP7000 related to some peripherals. It can be used in applications where no Ethernet connection is needed but process visualization is an issue. The AP7002 can be used for applications deployed in cell phones, digital cameras, automotive infotainment, process automation, set top boxes, and home entertainment systems. The embedded Pixel-Coprocessor accelerates processing of images and video streams and is directly connected to the core to perform single cycle execution on processor speed.

The AT32AP7002 operates at 210 MIPS with a 150 MHz clock. It features 32K bytes of SRAM directly connected to the high-speed bus matrix, an external bus inter-

face with controllers for SDRAM and static memories including NAND Flash and

CompactFlash™ with ECC. Its extensive peripheral set includes a USB High Speed

Device interface, Image Sensor Interface, Multimedia Card Interface (MCI), a

LCD-Controller for TFT and STN Displays, Synchronous Serial Controllers (SSC),

USARTs, Master/Slave Serial Peripheral Interfaces (SPI), two three-channel 16-bit

Timer Counter (TC) and a Two Wire Interface (TWI). Up to three GPIO Controller

(each 32-bit wide) are selecting general I/O’s or do connect the peripherals to dedicated pins via multiplexer. Peripheral DMA channels maximize the data throughput between these interfaces and the on- and off-chip memories.

The AT32AP7002 is available in a 196-ball CTBGA RoHS-compliant package providing up to 88 GPIO multiplexed with peripherals.

AT32AP7002 Blockdiagram

AT32AP7002 in brief

System

CPU

Debug

Caches

MMU

USB UDP

UHP

U(S)ART

SPI

TWI (I²C)

SSC

16-bit

RTT

Watchdog

PWM

AVR32, 150MHz

Pixel-Coprocessor

16-layer AHB Matrix

JTAG / Nexus Class III

16K-I, 16K-D yes

Memory

Flash

SRAM

Ext. Bus interface

Boot

-

2 x 16KB

8/16/32-bit static,

16/32-bit dynamic,

NAND (ECC), CompactFlash™

Communication

EBI CS0

1 USB2.0 HS Device

4 with DMA

2 with DMA

1 (Master)

3 with DMA

Timer

6 x with Cap/Com

1

LCD Contr.

Camera IF

MMC IF

Audio DAC

AC97

1

4 ch / 20-bit

Multimedia

2048 x 2048 24-bit

1

1

1

1

PS2

I/O

Oscillators

System

Misc.

1

160 max.

2 x Osc., 2 x PLL

POR, Shut Down Ctrl.

AT32AP7000 Development Tools

AP7000 is supported by the ATSTK1000 evaluation kit and AT90JTAGICE-mkII debugger. Also an ultra low-cost Network Reference Design Kit ATNGW100 with pre-installed Linux Image is available.

All related Software and documentation may be downloaded via www.atmel.com/ products/avr32 :

- Ready to use example projects

- Linux demonstration software

- Getting Started Application Notes

- Schematics, BOM and Gerber files

- Free Atmel tools (Linux Kernel and BSP)

ATSTK1000 is equipped with AT32AP7000-CTUT (CTBGA).

MSC’s AT32AP7000-Startup Paket gives you all you need for your first AP7000 design: ATSTK1000, AT90JTAGICE-mkII. The BSP and Linux Kernel is supported by

Atmel and can be downloaded free of cost.

Evaluation Boards

SDRAM

ATSTK1000 Resources

8MByte

Flash

SD-Card

8MByte

256MByte

SDRAM

ATNGW100 Resources

32MByte

Flash 8MByte

DataFlash™ 8MByte

Schematics, BOM, Gerber etc. provided by Atmel.

Family Overview AT32AP7200

The AT32AP7200 is the second Generation full-fledged AVR32-based processor families and expands the previous version by additional peripherals required for multimedia systems deployed in cell phones, digital cameras, PDAs, automotive infotainment, set top boxes, and home entertainment systems, as well as network switches/routers and printers. The embedded Pixel-Coprocessor accelerates processing of images and video streams and is directly connected to the core to perform single cycle execution on processor speed.

The AT32AP7200 operates at 280 DMIPS with a 200 MHz clock. It features 32K bytes of SRAM directly connected to the high-speed bus matrix, an external bus interface with controllers for SDRAM and static memories including NAND Flash and CompactFlash™ with ECC. Its extensive peripheral set includes a USB High Speed Host interface, a High-Speed On-The-Go interface, one 10/100 Base-T Ethernet MAC,

Multimedia Card Interface (MCI), a LCD-Controller for TFT and STN Displays with a Image Post Processor, Synchronous Serial Controllers (SSC), USARTs, Master/

Slave Serial Peripheral Interfaces (SPI), two three-channel 16-bit Timer Counter

(TC), a Two Wire Interface (TWI) and a six-channel 10-bit ADC with Touch Screen support. Up to six GPIO Controller (each 32-bit wide) are selecting general I/O’s or do connect the peripherals to dedicated pins via multiplexer. Peripheral DMA channels maximize the data throughput between these interfaces and the on- and off-chip memories.

The AT32AP7200 is available in a 324-ball BGA RoHS-compliant package providing up to 189 GPIO multiplexed with peripherals.

AT32AP7200 Blockdiagram

AT32AP7200 Development Tools

The AT32AP7200 will be supported by a future evaluation board and the existing

AT90JTAGICE-mkII debugger. The evaluation board will be designed for industrial use with pre-installed Linux Image and may be ordered in high quantities as well.

All related Software and documentation may be downloaded via www.atmel.com/ products/avr32 :

- Ready to use example projects

- Linux demonstration software

- Getting Started Application Notes

- Schematics, BOM and Gerber files

- Free Atmel tools (Linux Kernel and BSP)

ATSTK1000 is equipped with AT32AP7000-CTUT (BGA).

MSC’s AT32AP7200-Startup Paket gives you all you need for your first AP7000 design: The Evaluation Board and the AT90JTAGICE-mkII. The BSP and Linux Kernel is supported by Atmel and can be downloaded free of cost.

AT32AP7200 in brief

System

CPU

Debug

Caches

MMU

AVR32, 200MHz

Pixel-Coprocessor

9-layer AHB Matrix

JTAG / Nexus Class III

16K-I, 16K-D yes

Memory

Flash

SRAM

-

2 x 32KB

Ext. Bus interface

Boot

Ethernet

8/16/32-bit static,

16/32-bit dynamic,

NAND (ECC), CompactFlash™

Communication

EBI CS0

1 x MAC 10/100 RMII/MII

with DMA

USB UDP

UHP

U(S)ART

SPI

TWI (I²C)

SSC

Timer

1 USB2.0 HS OTG

1 USB2.0 HS Host

6 with DMA

1 with DMA / 4 Ch.

2 (Master/Slave)

3 with DMA

16-bit

RTT

Watchdog

PWM

LCD Contr.

MPOP

MMC IF

Audio DAC

AC97

ADC

Keypad

DIE IF

Oscillators

6 x with Cap/Com

1

1

4 ch / 20-bit

Multimedia

2048 x 2048 24-bit

Media Post Processor

1

1

1

Misc.

Touch Screen Support

1 x Rotary Encoder

1

3 x Osc., 3 x PLL

System POR, Shut Down Ctrl.

Schematics, BOM, Gerber etc. provided by Atmel.

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Family Overview AT32UC3A

The AT32UC3A is based on the high-performance AVR32 core with logic optimization for real-time applications. Cache and MMU have been removed and instead a memory protection unit (MPU) was added. Also the core pipeline was reduced to a

3-stage pipeline to achieve the requirements needed for real-time systems.

The AT32UC3A operates at 80 DMIPS with a 66 MHz clock. It features up to 64K bytes of SRAM directly connected to the core and performs single cycle access at maximum processor speed. The AT32UC3A family is designed for communication systems providing fast Ethernet 10/100Mbits/s and Full-Speed USB2.0 OTG at very low power consumption. Additional an external bus interface with controllers for

SDRAM and static memories expands the embedded Flash and SRAM by cost effective memory options and also do provide more system functionality. Synchronous

Serial Controllers (SSC), many USART’s, Master/Slave Serial Peripheral Interfaces

(SPI), two three-channel 16-bit Timer Counter (TC), a Two Wire Interface (TWI) and a

10-bit ADC are part of this implementation and are speed up by the peripheral DMA controller to reduce CPU intervention. Up to 109-Pins are controlled by the Parallel

I/O Controller and do switch connection for general purpose I/O’s or peripherals.

The AT32UC3A is available in a 144-pin TQFP RoHS-compliant package providing all described functionality and also in a 100-pin TQFP package with no external bus interface.

AT32UC3A Blockdiagram

AT32UC3A in brief

System

CPU

Debug

Caches

MPU

USB UDP

UHP

U(S)ART

SPI

TWI (I²C)

SSC

AVR32, 66MHz

High-Speed AHB Matrix

JTAG / Nexus Class 2+

yes

Memory

Flash

SRAM

Ext. Bus interface

Boot

Ethernet

128/256/512KB

32/64/64KB

8/16-bit static,

16-bit dynamic,

DFU Bootloader

Communication

1 x MAC 10/100 RMII/MII with DMA

1 USB2.0 FS OTG

4 with DMA

2 with DMA

1 with DMA

1 with DMA

16-bit

RTC

Watchdog

PWM

ADC

I/O

Oscillators

System

Timer

3 x with Cap/Com

1

1

7 ch / 16-bit

Analogue

10-bit / 8ch

Misc.

109/69

115KHz RC

2 x Osc., 2 x PLL

POR, BOD

Evaluation Boards

AT32UC3A Development Tools

The AT32UC3A is supported by ATEVK1100 evaluation kit and AT90JTAGICE-mkII debugger. It is pre-installed with a Panel Controller application also available in source code and support Mass-Storage Device Class a Web Server Application and much more. All source code is available through the UC3A Software Framework free of cost.

It may be downloaded via www.atmel.com/products/avr32 :

- Ready to use example projects

- Control Panel demonstration software

- Getting Started Application Notes

- Schematics, BOM, Gerber files

- Free Atmel tools (AVR32 Studio Integrated Development Tool)

ATEVK1100 is equipped with AT32UC3A0512-ALUT (TQFP144).

SDRAM

ATEVK1100 Resources

16Mbit (1M x 16)

DataFlash

SD-Card

8MByte

Slot only

Ethernet

USART

USB

RJ-45

2 x RS232

MiniAB

Display 4 x 20 Characters (SPI)

Schematics, BOM, Gerber etc. provided by Atmel.

Family Overview AT32UC3B

The AT32UC3B is based on the high-performance AVR32 core with logic optimization for real-time applications. Cache and MMU have been removed and instead a memory protection unit (MPU) was added. Also the core pipeline was reduced to a

3-stage pipeline to achieve the requirements needed for real-time systems.

The AT32UC3B operates at 75 DMIPS with a 60 MHz clock. It features up to 32K bytes of SRAM directly connected to the core and performs single cycle access at maximum processor speed. The AT32UC3B family is designed for general purpose low pin-count applications providing Full-Speed USB2.0 OTG at very low power consumption. This family is specially fabricated in a very low leakage process which results in [email protected] at 3.3V and ideally fits into battery powered applications.

Synchronous Serial Controllers (SSC), many USART’s, Master/Slave Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI), one three-channel 16-bit Timer Counter (TC), a Two Wire Interface (TWI) and a 10-bit ADC are part of this implementation and are speed up by the peripheral DMA controller to reduce CPU intervention. Up to 44-Pins are controlled by the Parallel I/O Controller and provide connections for general purpose I/O’s or peripherals.

The AT32UC3B is available in a 64-pin TQFP and 64-pin QFN RoHS-compliant package providing all described functionality. Also a 48-pin TQFP package and a 48-pin

QFN package with reduced functionality can be offered.

AT32UC3B Blockdiagram

AT32UC3B in brieff

System

CPU

Debug

Caches

MPU

Flash

SRAM

Boot

AVR32, 60MHz

High-Speed AHB Matrix

JTAG / Nexus Class 2+

yes

Memory

64/128/256KB

16/32/32KB

DFU Bootloader

Communication

USB UDP

UHP

U(S)ART

SPI

TWI (I²C)

SSC

1 USB2.0 FS OTG

16-bit

RTC

Watchdog

PWM

ADC

I/O

Oscillators

System

Timer

3 x with Cap/Com

1

1

7 ch / 16-bit

Analogue

10-bit / 8ch

Misc.

3 with DMA

1 with DMA

1 with DMA

1 with DMA

44/28

115KHz RC

2 x Osc., 2 x PLL

POR, BOD

Evaluation Boards

AT32UC3B Development Tools

The AT32UC3B is supported by ATEVK1101 evaluation kit and AT90JTAGICE-mkII debugger. It is pre-installed with a Panel Controller application also available in source and a PC based Java based Dialog example to provide a quick overview. All source code is available by the UC3B Software Framework free of cost.

It may be downloaded via www.atmel.com/products/avr32 :

- Ready to use example projects

- Control Panel demonstration software

- Getting Started Application Notes

- Schematics, BOM, Gerber files

- Free Atmel tools (AVR32 Studio Integrated Development Env.)

ATEVK1101 is equipped with AT32UC3A0256-A2UT (TQFP64).

DataFlash

ATEVK1100 Resources

8MByte

SD-Card Slot only

Accelerometer

Sensors

USART

USB

Ligth, Temperature

1 x RS232

MiniAB

Control Joystick

Schematics, BOM, Gerber etc. provided by Atmel.

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AVR32 Selection Guide

Family, Part Core Memory Communication Video Media Timer Analogue I/O Oscillators Supply Miscelleanous

AT32 AP7000 Multimedia, low cost, single chip Flashless MCUs

AT32AP7000-CTUT/R AVR32 yes/16KB/16KB 150 2x16K

AT32AP7001-ALUT

AT32AP7002-CTUT/R

AVR32

AVR32 yes/16KB/16KB yes/16KB/16KB

150

150

2x16K

2x16K

AT32AP7200-CTUT AVR32 yes/16KB/16KB 200 2x32K

AT32 UC3 low cost, single chip Flash MCUs

AT32UC3A0128-ALUT UC3

AT32UC3A0256-ALUT UC3

AT32UC3A0512-AL UT

AT32UC3A1128-AUT

AT32UC3A1256-AUT

AT32UC3A1512-AUT

AT32UC3B064-A2UT/Z2UT

UC3

UC3

UC3

UC3

UC3

AT32UC3B0128-A2UT/Z2UT

AT32UC3B0256-A2UT/Z2UT

AT32UC3B164-AUT/Z1UT

AT32UC3B1128-AUT/Z1UT

AT32UC3B1256-AUT/Z1UT

UC3

UC3

UC3

UC3

UC3

AVR32 AP7 Series

MPU/no/no

MPU/no/no

MPU/no/no

MPU/no/no

MPU/no/no

MPU/no/no

MPU/no/no

MPU/no/no

MPU/no/no

MPU/no/no

MPU/no/no

MPU/no/no

66

66

66

66

60

66

66

60

60

60

60

60

-

-

-

-

128K

256K

512K

128K

256K

512K

64K

128K

256K

64K

128K

256K

32K

64K

64K

32K

64K

64K

16K

32K

32K

16K

32K

32K

-

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-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

y y y y y y yes y y y 11 y 7 y 8 y 13 -

4/-

4/-

4/-

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4

4

4

6

2

2

2

4 y y y y y y

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15 -

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15 -

15 -

7 -

7

7

7

7

7

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-

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4/-

4/-

4/-

4/-

4/-

4/-

3/-

3/-

3/-

3/-

3/-

3/-

2

2

2

2

1

2

2

1

1

1

1

1

4

4

4

4

2

4

4

3

3

2

2

3

1

1

1

2

3

3

3

3

HS

HS

HS

-

-

-

HS HS OTG 1

2

-

-

-

-

-

y y y y y -

y y y y y y y y y

y y y y ADC

-

-

-

PS2 6

PS2 6

PS2 6 y 6

4

4

4

-

-

-

y

-

-

-

-

-

-

y y y y y 6ch

-

-

-

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160

90

88

189

-

-

-

-

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y y y y

2/2 5

2/2 5

2/2 5

3/3 5

1.65-1.95

1.65-1.95

1.65-1.95

1.08-1.32

3.0-3.6

0.18µ

3.0-3.6

0.18µ

3.0-3.6

0.18µ

3.0-3.6

0.13µ

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

-

-

1

1

-

1

1

1

1

1

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The AT32AP7 was designed to fit into high-performance, low-power consuming Systems for process control and visualization.

The core is equipped with a Memory-Management-Unit (MMU) and Cache for Instructions and Data and so prepared to run fullfledged operation systems like Linux.

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The core of the AT32AP7 family is attached to a Vector-Multiplication-Unit (Pixel Coprocessor) which may be used to scale or rotate images as well as for color conversion algorithm. The embedded LCD controller supports STN and TFT display up to

2048x2048 pixel resolution at 8 pixels per color. Several other media interfaces like Audio Codec’s, Multimedia Card and highspeed USB device interfaces opens a wide range of applications needed in consumer, automotive and industrial areas.

Family, Part Core Memory Communication Video Media Timer Analogue I/O Oscillators Supply Miscelleanous

AT32 AP7000 Multimedia, low cost, single chip Flashless MCUs

AT32AP7000-CTUT/R AVR32 yes/16KB/16KB 150 2x16K

AT32AP7001-ALUT

AT32AP7002-CTUT/R

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AT32UC3A0256-ALUT UC3

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AT32UC3A1256-AUT

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Flash MCU with Extensive Communication Capabilities:

The UC3A Series offers modern communication interfaces like the 10/100-Mbps IEEE 802.3-compliant

Ethernet MAC and full-speed USB 2.0 with on-the-go capability. Designing TCP/IP aware applications that integrate well in a PC environment becomes very easy. An additional SRAM/SDRAM external bus interface allows expansion by adding more memory or by interfacing with other peripherals such as LCD controllers,

FPGA and any other memory mapped device.

The high performance AVR32 UC core, the memory system and on-chip peripherals are all connected to a 6-layer high speed system bus operating at 66 MHz and allow concurrent DMA transfer to each bus up to 264MBytes/s.

The excellent performance over operating frequency ratio allows delivering 80 DMIPS at 66 MHz. This is achieved with only

40mA at 3.3V

AVR32 UC3B Series

Low-Power Flash MCU with USB On-The-Go:

The AVR32 UC3B perfectly fits applications requiring high performance Flash MCU where space and/or power consumption is a concern. The AVR32 UC3B Series delivers 72 DMIPS at 60 MHz any only consumes 23mA at 3.3V.

The integrated full-speed USB 2.0 interface with on-the-go capabilities provides an easy way to interface with off-the-shelf ISB devices or with other embedded applications already designed to offer a USB device interface.

The advanced DSP capabilities and the USB interfaces also makes the UC3B series ideal as an MCU host companion to extend existing systems, with an interface to real-time sensors/actuators and to open up applications to USB device and host capabilities.

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AVR32 Inside

Introducing the AVR32

Traditionally chip vendors have increased processing power by making processors run faster. This is a real issue for portable devices because tuning up the clock directly increases power consumption and reduces battery life. The approach taken by Atmel with the AVR32 is to increase the amount of processing the processor can do internally and actually turn the clock frequency down.

The AVR32 core architecture is optimized for highest data throughput. Most RISC architectures are wasting processor cycles for non productive operations like load, store or moving data, for branches, for loading data which are not in the cache or waiting until a multi cycle instruction is done. All those operations do not contribute to the execution of the application.

AVR32 AP Core Features

There are a lot of improvements which have been made to speed up the overall core performance. With the Accumulator-Cache a new and patent method was developed which multiplies and accumulates within one clock cycle, without using an additional port. The accumulator cache is used to store the value which has to be added.

The Pipeline also supports „Data Forwarding“. All instructions that are completed will be forwarded to the beginning of the pipeline so they can be used for waiting instructions without needing additional cycles.

With SIMD instructions (Single Instruction/Multiple Data) the data throughput of certain DSP algorithm can be extremely accelerated.

The advantage of deep pipelines is clear higher frequencies, but also they may loose performance when a jump is performed and the pipeline has to be reloaded. Especially in cases where small nested loops have to be executed the efficiency of the pipeline is dramatically reduced. By memorizing the jump address the branch can be folded to zero cycle branching which is also known as „Predictable Branching“.

One Architecture - Two Families

The first device was designed to be used in full-fledge OS like Linux. Linux supporting architectures require Memory Management Unit for virtual address support but do have disadvantages for real-time applications. Also instruction- and data-cache are not supporting predictable timing and response times. So Atmel decided to go two different ways: One is the AP7 (Application Processor) which is optimized for Linux and the other is UC3 (simple for µController) which was optimized for real-time OS.

Both families will be expanded in future by new derivates.

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The UC3 family is also equipped with an extensive DSP instruction set providing high-speed signal processing by hardware. An optimized DSP software library is supported from Atmel and can be downloaded from the Web free of charge.

AVR32 Development Tools

AVR32® Studio

AVR32 Studio is a free Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for AVR32 that enables you to write, build, deploy and debug your C/C++ and assembler code. The AVR32 Studio integrates with the AVR32 GNU Tool chain including GCC for building applications for AVR32. AVR32 Studio is build on Eclipse™ and supports Windows® 2000 and XP and Linux®.

AT90JTAGICE-mk2

The AT90JTAGICE-MK2 is a very well established powerful development tool for on-chip debugging for all new AVR32 AP7 and UC3 devices as well as for all standard AVR’s. This tool includes now the traditional JTAG interface with the same feature set as the JTAGICE and in addition the new debugWIRE™ interface. The link to your PC is realized either by RS232 or USB1.1 link. The emulator comes with the JTAG/debugWIRE™ box, a user manual, a RS232 cable and a USB cable.

• Integrated Development Environment (IDE)

• Source code editor with syntax highlighting

• Supports for writing and debugging Linux® applications

• Debugging views (I/O and system registers, CPU registers

and memory)

• Disassemble view

• Target Control

• Online help including tutorials

• Edit and transfer MCU fuse settings

• Supports AT90JTAGICE-MK2 for JTAG programming

and debugging

IAR Embedded Workbench for AVR32

IAR Embedded Workbench provides a suite of AVR32 development tools for embedded systems. IAR Embedded Workbench for

AVR32 offers a continuous workflow, efficient code generation and ease of use.

• Integrated development environment with project

management tools and editor

• Highly optimizing AVR32 compiler supporting C and C++

• Configuration files for all AVR32 devices

• AVR32 JTAGICE-mkll debugger support

• Run-time libraries

• Relocating AVR32 assembler

• Linker and librarian tools

• C-SPY debugger with AVR32 simulator and support for

RTOS-aware debugging on hardware

• Ready-made code and project examples for Atmel

evaluation boards

• User and reference guides, both printed and in PDF format

• Context-sensitive online help

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AVR32 Inside

ATSTK1000

ATSTK1000 provides a complete AT32AP7000 development environment. The kit has two

Ethernet ports, a high quality VGA LCD, a loudspeaker, and connectors for USART, PS2,

VGA and USB. A expansion header can be used for prototyping.

A pre-installed Linux image on the enclosed 256MB SD card ensures that the user can boot

Linux and start program development directly after power up.

ATSTK1000 is also supported by AVR AT90JTAGICE-MK2. With either GNU GCC or the IAR compiler, the AT90JTAGICE-MK2 supports basic runtime control and limited trace.

The Vitra and Opella products from Ashling provide high-end debugging capabilities as e.g. sustained trace and SQA (software quality assurance).

ATNGW100

The NGW100 uses the AT32AP7000 which combines Atmel’s state of the art AVR32 Digital Signal Processor CPU with an unrivalled selection of communication interfaces.

- The Network Gateway provides the following features:

- Two Ethernet connectors

- 32MB SDRAM

- 16MB on-board flash

- Expandable memory through SD or MMC memory cards

- USB connector

- JTAG connector for debugging or programming of flash

- Expansion connectors with 63 general purpose IO or peripheral modules from AP7000

- Power system and status LEDs

- Two user controllable LEDs

- Footprint for mictor-38 connector for NEXUS emulator

The NGW100 is also an ideal development board for the AT32AP7000. All resources are available, and it supports communication on any of the device’s communication interfaces. The board is preloaded with Linux and shipped with I/O interface drivers that can be called from your own code.

ATSTK600

The Atmel AVR STK600 evaluation board provides a complete programming and development system. All ATtiny, ATmega,

Xmega and UC3 family devices are supported through different sockets and adapters available from Atmel.

- Bus connections and physical links for:

- Mini AB-USB connector

- CAN physical layer chip connected to pin header

- LIN physical layer

- RS-232 interface with level converter.

AVR32 Development Tools

UC3 Framework

The AVR®32 AT32UC3 Software Framework consists of AVR®32 UC3 microcontroller drivers, software services & libraries, and demonstration applications. Each software module is provided with full source code, example of usage, rich html documentation and ready-to-use projects for the IAR EWAVR32 and GNU GCC compilers. Atmel recommends that you upgrade your software by visiting http://www.atmel.com/avr32 and download the latest versions.

The AVR®32 UC3 Software Framework is made of the following:

Drivers

- Software drivers for all on-chip resources

- Board definition files and utilities

Services

- Application specific pieces of code

Application

- Application examples using driver and services and support evalustion kits

ATEVK1100

The EVK1100 is an evaluation and development system for the AVR32 AT32UC3A microcontroller.

- Supports the AT32UC3A

- Ethernet port

- Sensors: Light, Temperature, Potentiometer

- 4x20 Blue LCD (PWM Adjustable backlight)

- Connectors for JTAG, Nexus, USART, USB 2.0, TWI, SPI

- SD and MMC Card Reader

The EVK1100 evaluation board is pre-programmed with a Control Panel application. Its purpose is to automatically log local sensors and actuators data and events and make these available through the various connectivity channels supported by the

AVR®32. The logs are accessible locally through USART or USB (Mass Storage class), and/or remotely through the Internet

(Web server). The Control Panel is locally configurable through USART or USB (Mass Storage class) or remotely configurable through the Internet (Web server).

ATEVK1101

The EVK1101 is an evaluation and development system for the AVR32 AT32UC3B microcontroller

- Supports the AT32UC3B

- Connectors for JTAG, Nexus, USART, USB 2.0, TWI, SPI

The EVK1101 evaluation board is pre-programmed with demonstration software. Its purpose is to scan onboard sensors and actuators data and events (data acquisition through ADC channels) and make these available to a PC application (known as

«AVR32 Control Panel») through a simple USB cable.

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Madrid

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1a. - Ofi cina 16 C

ESP - 28043 Madrid

Tel. +34 91 721 69 51

Fax +34 91 721 69 56

[email protected]

MSC (France) S.A.R.L.

17, Rue W.A. Mozart

F - 77185 Lognes

Tel. +33 1 6480 5555

Fax +33 1 6017 0063

[email protected]

Strasbourg

204 avenue de Colmar

F - 67100 Strasbourg

Tel. +33 388 651843

Fax +33 388 651843

[email protected]

Nantes

31, Rue de Bois Robillard

F - 44300 Nantes

Tel. +33 240 522020

Fax +33 240 522021

[email protected]

Grenoble

16, Rue Capitaine Camine

F - 38100 Grenoble

Tel. +33 4 76 232991

Fax +33 4 76 232853

[email protected]

MSC (UK) LTD.

Shaftesbury Court

95 Ditchling Road

GB - Brighton, Sussex

BN1 4ST

Tel. +44 1273 622446

Fax +44 1273 622533

[email protected]

Chertsey

3000 Hillswood Drive

GB - Chertsey, Surrey

KT16 0RS

Tel. +44 1932 796335

Fax +44 1932 796674

[email protected]

MSC (Scotland) LTD.

6 Bain Square

Kirkton Campus

GB - Livingston EH54 7DQ

Tel. +44 1506 460555

Fax +44 1506 461444

[email protected]

MSC Budapest Kft.

Bécsi út 120

HU - 1034 Budapest

Tel. +36 1250 90-40

Fax +36 1250 90-41

[email protected]

MSC (Malta) LTD.

UBT 15 / UB 40

San Gwann Industrial Estate

M - San Gwann SGN 09

Tel. +356 21 484804

Fax +356 21 484803

[email protected]

MSC Nederland BV

Kelvinring 40a

NL - 2952 BG Alblasserdam

Tel. +31 78 6920-150

Fax +31 78 6920-151

[email protected]

MSC Polska Sp. z o.o.

ul. Zawiszy Czarnego 12/3

PL - 44-100 Gliwice

Tel. +48 323 3054-50

Fax +48 323 3054-52

[email protected]

MSC-Mibatron s.r.l.

Bucharest

Str. Barbu V�c�rescu

Nr. 129, Et.1

RO - 020272 Bucharest,

Sector 2

Tel. +40 31 102 34 66

+40 21 230 25 30

Fax +40 21 230 25 21

[email protected]

Rousse

25 Petrohan Str.

BG - 7006 Rousse

Tel. +359 82 840006

Fax +359 82 840006

[email protected]

Düsseldorf

Max-Planck-Straße 15b

40699 Erkrath

Tel. +49 211 92594 - 0

Fax +49 211 92594 - 88

[email protected]

Stutensee

Industriestraße 16

76297 Stutensee

Tel. +49 7249 759-0

Fax +49 7249 7993

[email protected]

Stuttgart

Am Wallgraben 100

70565 Stuttgart

Tel. +49 711 78336 - 0

Fax +49 711 78336 - 210

[email protected]

Eching

Oskar-von-Miller-Straße 1a

85386 Eching

Tel. +49 8165 9995 - 600

Fax +49 8165 9995 - 689

[email protected]

München

Karl-Hammerschmidt-Straße 32

85609 Dornach

Tel. +49 89 945532 - 60

Fax +49 89 945532 - 78

[email protected]

Sales Offi ces Europe

Gleichmann Sunrise Ltd

2, The Stocks

Cosgrove · Bucks

GB - Milton Keynes . MK19 7JD

Tel. +44 1908 263999

Fax +44 1908 263003

[email protected]

Gleichmann Belgium

Koning Albert I laan, 50/9

BE - 1780, Wemmel

Tel. +32 2 452 64 51

Fax +32 2 452 66 84

[email protected]

Nürnberg

Sperberstraße 47

90461 Nürnberg

Tel. +49 911 43970 - 0

Fax +49 911 43970 - 30

[email protected]

Jena

Konrad-Zuse-Straße 5

07745 Jena/Göschwitz

Tel. +49 3641 6825 - 0

Fax +49 3641 6825 - 66

[email protected]

MSC Vertriebs GmbH

Istanbul

Inonu Cd.

Seylan Is Merkezi No:83 K:6

TR - 81090 Istanbul

(Kozyatagi)

Tel. +90 216 411-2333

Fax +90 216 411-3935

[email protected]

MSC Representative

Link Electronic AS

Gramveien 16

N - 01800 Askim

Tel. +47 69 889899

Fax +47 69 889799

[email protected]

Gleichmann Ultratec AG

Bahnstrasse 24

CH - 8603 Schwerzenbach

Tel. +41 43 355 33 66

Fax +41 43 355 33 77 [email protected]

Gleichmann & Co. Electronics CZ s.r.o.

Nádražní 2369/10

CZ - 678 01 Blansko

Tel. +420 516 411 494-15

Fax +420 516 411 494

[email protected]

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