The SH7065 is a microprocessor that integrates peripheral functions necessary for system configuration with a 32-bit internal architecture SH2-DSP CPU as its core.
On-chip peripheral functions include large-capacity ROM and RAM, an interrupt controller, four kinds of timers, a serial communication interface, user break controller (UBC), bus state controller (BSC), direct memory access controller (DMAC), A/D converter, D/A converter, and I/O ports, enabling the SH7065 to be used as a microcontroller for electronic products requiring high speed and low power consumption. Flash memory (F-ZTAT™*) and mask ROM are available as onchip ROM, enabling users to respond quickly and flexibly to changing application specifications and the demands of the transition from initial to full-fledged volume production.
- SH-core (with an enhanced DSP function) high-performance single-chip RISC
- 60 MHz/3.3 V/ 0.35µ m process
- All SH-2 instructions + DSP-function enhanced instructions (SH2-DSP core)
- Built-in large-capacity memory
- ROM: 256 kB (Flash/Mask)
- RAM: 8 kB (X-RAM: 4 kB, Y-RAM: 4 kB)
- Powerful peripheral functions
- Timer: 6-ch TPU + 2-ch CMT + MMT
- A/D: 10 bits x 4 ch x 2 units
- D/A: 8 bits x 2 ch
- Serial: (FIFO) 3 ch
- DMAC: 4 ch
- INTC (interrupt controller), WDT, etc.
- Direct memory interface (BSC)
- Directly connected with ROM/SRAM/DRAM/EDO
- Power management unit
- Can be switched between the CPU, internal peripheral, and external bus clock
- Module standby function
- Endian switching of external data available
- LQFP-176 (24 x 24 mm, 0.5-mm pitch)
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