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Ultra Low Power MCU Enables 10 Times System-Level Power Savings and Floating-Point Operation in IoT Applications (Photo: Business Wire).
Security is also enhanced with the ADuCM4050, due to its encryption which provides stronger IP protection for the designer and better protection against malware and misuse. Among these are AES 128/256, SHA 256, block ciphers for code protection, key wrap, and HMAC. The new ultra low power MCU complements Analog Devices' already existing class-leading ADuCM302x series of parts and offers pin compatibility.
The ADuCM4050 MCU targets applications where long battery life is critical, but where security, performance integrity, and the ability to pre-process and filter sensor data to eliminate artifacts and noise are also requirements. Applications include clinical vital-signs monitoring, smart energy management, and asset health/factory equipment reporting.
The ADuCM4050 supports multiple digital- and analog-sensor inputs via its SensorStrobe technology so they can be combined to analyze their data for smarter, more sophisticated functionality. Therefore, there is no need to wake up the microcontroller frequently to report routine or partial data, thus saving significant power over the long term.
The extremely low power requirements of the ADuCM4050 are seen in its
40μA/MHz active-mode consumption, which drops to 680nA in hibernate
mode. The large amount of
The ADuCM4050 seamlessly works with the industry leading, ultralow-power, low-g ADXL362 and the newly announced ADXL372 micropower high-g MEMS accelerometer as part of Analog Devices' portfolio of ultra low power technology. SensorStrobe technology also works seamlessly with these sensors to unlock additional system-level power savings.
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