The SH7206 is a set of ROMless products with a maximum operating frequency of 200MHz. With 128 Kbytes of on-chip RAM to which both read and write accesses can be accomplished in a single clock cycle, the SH7206 maximizes the performance of 200 MHz operating frequency. Equipped with fast external Bus Clock that operates at a maximum frequency of 66MHz and Bus Interface Control Circuit, the SH7206 can be directly connected to various external devices without the need of glue logic. The SH7206 includes industrial modules such as a Multifunction Timer and A/D Converter, and also communication modules such as an SCI (Serial Communication Interface) and an I2C. In addition, it adopts 176pin (QFP) which is suitable for a wide range of applications.
- SH-2A core (without FPU) high-efficiency RISC
- 200MHz IO/ 3.3V/ internal 1.25V
- SH-2A instructions (with the exception of FPU instruction)
- High capacity on-chip memory: 128KB
- Cache memory: instructions 8KB, data 8KB, 4 way set assotiative
- Powerful peripheral functions
- Powerful timer : CMT : 2ch + MTU2 : 6ch + MTU2S : 3ch
- A/D Converter: 10bit, 8ch (4ch x 2units)
- D/A Converter: 8bit x 2ch
- Serial (FIFO): 4ch
- DMAC: 8ch
- INTC, WDT, etc
- I2C Bus Interface: 1ch
- Direct Memory Interface (BSC)
- Direct connection to ROM/SRAM/SDRAM/MPX IO is possible
- Power management unit
- Possible to switch over CPU/on-chip peripheral/external bus clock
- LQFP-176 (24mm x 24mm, 0.5mm pitch)
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