The SH726A, SH726B Group are high-performance microcontrollers incorporating SH2A-FPU cores. The SH726A and SH726B MCUs are equipped with a new bus controller that enables connection of quad-SPI flash ROM (serial type), which uses fewer connection pins, as external flash memory supporting direct data access. This reduces substantially the number of pins required for connection while maintaining access speeds equivalent to conventional parallel NOR flash.
In addition to 216 MHz high-speed operation, 1.25 MB of on-chip RAM makes it possible to build compact and high-performance systems. They offer optimal solutions for control, communications, and audio systems.
- Operating frequency
- 216 MHz
- 16 Kbytes (divided between instruction (8 KB) and data (8 KB), 4-way set associative)
- SH726A: 120-pin QFP(16mm x 16mm)(0.5mm pitch)
- SH726A: 120-pin QFP(14mm x 14mm)(0.4mm pitch)
- SH726B: 144-pin QFP(20mm x 20mm)(0.5mm pitch)
- Other features
- Large-capacity 1.25 MB on-chip SRAM supports one-chip solutions that do not require external SRAM
- Achieves 216 MHz clock frequency high-speed operation
- Enables connection of quad-SPI flash ROM (serial type), which uses fewer connection pins, as external flash memory supporting direct data access
Pin Count / Memory Size Lineup:
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IBIS standard simulation data is required for high-speed board design and can be used to run simulations to examine and troubleshoot issues such as waveform reflection, ringing, and so on, before producing the actual board.
BSDL is a data input format supported by most IEEE 1149.1 (JTAG)-compliant tools. The automatic test pattern generation (ATPG) and automatic test equipment functions of these tools facilitate testing.
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