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Product Overview:

The H8SX/1655 Group enhances the analog functions (ADC and DAC) of theexisting H8SX/1658R Group. Peripheral functions have been further enhanced witha 10-bit ADC (2units) which achieves a conversion speed of 1 μs (2.7 times theconventional speed) and an on-chip 10-bit DAC (8-bit for H8SX/1658R). The H8SX/1655 Group is also pin-to-pin compatible with the H8SX/1658R Group.

Key Features:

  • CPU
    • 32-bit bus
    • Power supply voltage: 3.0-3.6 V
    • Maximum operating frequency: 50 MHz
    • Executes basic instructions in 1 state
    • 32bit Internal multiplier/ divider
  • Internal memory
    • H8SX/1652F(Flash 384 KB, RAM 40 KB)
    • H8SX/1655F(Flash 512 KB, RAM 40 KB)
  • Program high speed fetch (32-bit 1 clock access)
  • Bus controller (BSC)
  • DMA controller (DMAC) : 4 ch
  • EXDMAC: 4ch
  • Data transfer controller (DTC)
  • I/O ports: 75 input/output ports, 9 input ports
  • 16-bit timer pulse unit (TPU) : 12 ch
  • Programmable pulse generator (PPG)
  • 8-Bit timers (TMR) : 8 ch
  • Watchdog timer (WDT)
  • I2C bus: 2 ch
  • New A/D converters (High-speed A/D converters 4 ch x 2 units): 8ch
  • D/A converters: 2 ch
  • Operating modes: 7 Operating modes
  • Built-in USB2.0 (Full speed)
    • Control, bulk, and interrupt mode supported
  • Serial communication interface(SCI) : 6 ch
    • Asynchronous/ clocked synchronous: 4 ch (SCI_0, 1, 2, and 4), asynchronous:2 ch (SCI_5 and 6)
    • Smart Card I/F: 6 ch
    • Hi-speed SCI : 2 ch
  • Package
    • LQFP-120BV(FP-120BV)
  • Development environment
    • Full ICE (E6000H)*
    • On-chip emulator (E10A-USB)
      *The H8SX/1655 group does not support E6000H.
        However, E6000H of the H8SX/1658R group can be used forevaluatingfunctions
       besides ADC (1 μs conversion mode) and 10-bit DA output

 

Key Applications:

  • PC peripherals applications 
  • Digital consumer applications
  • Barcode scanners
  • POS terminal
  • Printers
  • Scanners

 

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