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Avail from Mouser: NXP’s LPC55S6x Arm Cortex-M33-Based MCUs

Mouser ElectronicsMouser Electronics is releasing the NXP Semiconductors’ LPC55S6x microcontrollers, the first members of the NXP LPC5500 series. Offering impressive levels of security, processing efficiency, and functionality, the NXP LPC55S6x microcontrollers feature dual Arm Cortex-M33 cores and Arm TrustZone technology for industrial, building automation, Internet of Things (IoT) edge computing, diagnostic equipment, and consumer electronics applications.

Exclusive at Mouser, NXP LPC55S6x microcontrollers are based on the Armv8-M architecture and a low-power 40nm embedded flash process. The devices feature advanced security features, including SRAM-based Physical Unclonable Function (PUF) root of trust and provisioning, as well as asset protection with Arm TrustZone-M. The microcontrollers also offer real-time execution from encrypted images.

The Key Features Of The LPC55S6x Microcontrollers Comprises:

  • Accessible security with SRAM PUF based root of trust and provisioning, real-time execution from encrypted images (internal flash), and asset protection with Arm TrustZone-M
  • Breakthrough in performance efficiency with integrated power management IC (DC-DC) and dedicated co-processors for signal processing and cryptographic acceleration
  • Comprehensive offering and scalability, comprised of several families within this series, all benefiting from 40nm cost advantages, broad scalable package and memory options, robust enablement including MCUXpresso Software and Tools ecosystem, and low-cost development boards

In addition, Mouser is also offering the LPCXpresso55S69 development board, which includes a high-performance onboard debug probe, audio subsystem, and accelerometer for evaluating the dual-core LPC5569 microcontroller. The board is fully supported by the MCUXpresso suite of tools, which provides device drivers, middleware, and examples to allow rapid development, plus configuration tools and an optional free integrated development environment (IDE).

Further information about the LPC55S6x microcontrollers, part of the LPC5500 series, visit Click here.

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