The S1JA Group MCU is used as an example due to its highly integrated, high-accuracy analog capabilities and offers complete Analog Solution for signal conditioning and measurement. The S1JA Group has 256 KB flash memory, 32 KB SRAM memory, and a wide operating voltage range of 1.6V to 5.5V. It includes 16-bit SAR ADC, 24-bit Sigma-Delta ADC, Comparators, Operational amplifiers, and DACs. 

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On-chip analog components include a high accuracy 16-bit analog-to-digital converter (ADC), 24-bit sigma-delta ADC, fast response 12-bit digital-to-analog converter (DAC), rail-to-rail low-offset operational amplifiers, and high-speed/low-power comparators. The S1JA group enable advanced analog configurations from basic functions to more complex analog blocks. Embedded designers can reduce BOM cost and PCB size by eliminating several external analog components.

 

 48 MHz Arm® Cortex®-M23 CPU

 Memory

Code flash (256 KB)
Data flash (8 KB)
SRAM (32 KB)
Memory Protection Unit
Memory Mirror Function

 Analog

24-Bit S/D ADC (10 ch.)
16-Bit SAR ADC (17 ch.)
12-Bit DAC (1 ch.)
8-Bit DAC (2 ch.)
High-Speed Comparator x2
Low-Power Comparator x2
OPAMP x3

 Timing & Control

General PWM Timer 32-Bit
General PWM Timer 16-Bit x6
Asynchronous General Purpose Timer x2
WDT

 HMI

Capacitive Touch Sensing Unit (26 ch.)
 

 Connectivity

USBFS
CAN
Serial Communications Interface x3
SPI x2
II2C x2

 System & Power Management

Data Transfer Controller
Event Link Controller
Low Power Modes
Multiple Clocks
Port Function Select
RTC
SysTick

 Safety

ECC in SRAM
Flash Area Protection
ADC Diagnostics
Clock Frequency Accuracy Measurement Circuit
CRC Calculator
Data Operation Circuit
Port Enable Output for GPT
IWDT

 Security and Encryption

128-Bit Unique ID
TRNG
AES (128/256)

Key Features:  S1JA Series

PROCESSOR CORE
Package Type BGA, QFN, LQFP
Pin Count 32 to 64
Operating Voltage Range (V) 1.6 - 5.5
Operating Temperature Range (degC) -40 to 105
MEMORY
Code Flash (KB) 256
Data Flash (KB) 8
SRAM (KB) 32
CONNECTIVITY
CAN (ch) 1
Serial Communiation Interface (ch) 3
IrDA No
QSPI No
SPI (ch) 1 to 2
External Memory Bus No
USBFS Yes
SDHI No
SYSTEM & POWER MANAGEMENT
DMA Controller (ch) 0
Data Transfer Controller 1
RTC 1
TIMING AND CONTROL
General PWM Timer 32-Bit (ch) 0
Asynchronous General purpose Timer 2
WDT 1
ANALOG
12-Bit A/D Converter (ch) 0
14-Bit A/D Converter (ch) 0
16-Bit A/D Converter (ch) 5 to 17
24-Bit Sigma-Delta A/D Converter (ch) 2 to 8 
12-Bit D/A Converter (ch) 1
8-Bit D/A Converter (ch) 2
General PWM Timer 16-Bit (ch) 3 to 6
High-Speed Analog Comparator (ch) 1
Low-Power Analog Comparator (ch) 2
OPAMP (ch) 1 to 3
Temperature Sensor (ch) 1
HMI
Capacitive Touch Sensing Unit (ch) 9 to 26
Segment LCD Controller No
SECURITY AND ENCRYPTION
128-bit Unique ID Yes
TRNG Yes
AES (128/256) Yes
GHASH No
Safety Yes
ECC SRAM Yes

Pin Count / Memory Size Lineup:

Program Flash
SRAM

256KB
32KB
Pins
Package
32
LQFP
36
BGA
40
QFN
48
QFN
64
LQFP
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