32-bit PSoC™ 4 Arm® Cortex®-M0/M0+
PSoC® 4: Your Problem Solver on Chip.
32-bit PSoC™ 4 Arm® Cortex®-M0/M0+ subcategories
PSoC™ 4 has tackled some of the complex portions of embedded system design making it easier for you to get your product to market. Functions such as analog sensor integration, capacitive touch, and wireless connectivity have been integrated and optimized in PSoC™ 4 to just work.
The PSoC™ 4 portfolio consists of several families of Arm® Cortex®-M0 and Cortex-M0+ microcontrollers. Most devices in the portfolio include Infineon's CAPSENSE™ technology for capacitive-sensing applications. Other key features in the PSoC™ 4 portfolio include a customizable analog front end through programmable analog blocks as well as wired and wireless connectivity options such as USB, CAN, and Bluetooth Low Energy. These unique features make PSoC 4 the industry’s most flexible and scalable low-power mixed-signal architecture.
Achieve ultimate flexibility in your design with Infineon's software-defined peripherals embedded in the PSoC™ 4 architecture. Configure these peripherals using pre-built library functions or create your own using the programmable architecture inside of PSoC™ 4 devices:
Infineon's CAPSENSE™ is the industry-leading capacitive-sensing solution for touch buttons and sliders, proximity sensing, and liquid-level sensing applications. CapSense is a dedicated peripheral found across the entire PSoC™ 4 portfolio featuring state-of-the-art noise immunity and water rejection.
Programmable analog blocks
Customize your analog front end to interface to any analog sensor through programmable analog blocks, which are composed of an assortment of opamps, comparators, ADCs, and DACs, enabling complex analog signal flows. PSoC™ 4 can also eliminate the need for external analog components saving you time and money.
Programmable digital blocks
Programmable digital blocks are composed of Universal Digital Blocks (UDBs), Serial Communication Blocks (SCBs), and Timer/Counter/Pulse Width Modulators (TCPWM). These blocks can be configured to set up custom digital interfaces, state machines, and custom logic functions.
Wired and wireless connectivity
Wired connectivity interfaces, such as CAN and USB, are available in the PSoC™ 4 portfolio. For wireless connectivity, Bluetooth® low energy is also available. With an integrated balun for antenna matching, PSoC™ 4 BLE simplifies RF board design and reduces PCB footprint. With example projects and development kits, as well as all BLE profiles and APIs, you can get BLE connectivity and running in a matter of minutes.
PSoC™ 4000 family - CAPSENSE™
The PSoC™ 4000 family is a cost-optimized, entry-level family of Arm® Cortex®-M0 and M0+ microcontrollers. The PSoC™ 4000 family delivers the industry’s best capacitive-sensing technology, CapSense, to implement buttons, sliders, and proximity sensors.
PSoC™ 4100 family - CAPSENSE™ + programmable analog blocks
The PSoC™ 4100 family adds intelligent analog integration through programmable analog blocks. Programmable analog blocks include analog-to-digital converters (ADCs), digital-to-analog converters (DACs), low-power comparators, and operational amplifiers (opamps).
PSoC™ 4200 family - CAPSENSE™ + programmable analog blocks + programmable digital blocks
The PSoC™ 4200 family boosts the flexibility and performance of the PSoC 4 portfolio by adding programmable, Universal Digital Blocks (UDBs). UDBs can be configured to set up custom digital interfaces, state machines, and custom logic functions. The PSoC 4200BL includes an integrated Bluetooth Low Energy radio and subsystem.
PSoC™ 4700 family - CAPSENSE™ + inductive sensing + advanced sensing technologies
The PSoC™ 4700 family adds sensing technologies to sense anything including advanced capacitive sensing, inductive sensing, heart-rate sensing, and more. These advanced sensing technologies leverage specialized analog blocks in the PSoC™ 4 portfolio to deliver innovative solutions to next-generation designs.
PSoC™ 4 Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) - Bluetooth smart
PSoC™ 4 BLE enables the universal connectivity consumers to look for in their wireless devices by adding a royalty-free Bluetooth Low Energy Protocol Stack to the popular PSoC™ 4 portfolio.
Infineon's PSoC™ software delivers easy-to-use tools to get your ideas to market quickly and easily. ModusToolbox comprises Infineon's latest development tools including an IDE. PSoC Creator delivers a game-changing schematic entry design methodology and IDE.
ModusToolbox™ was built to make the developers life easy. It is a collection of easy-to-use software and tools enabling rapid development of Infineon MCUs, covering applications from embedded sense and control to wireless and cloud-connected systems using AIROC™ Wi-Fi, AIROC™ Bluetooth®, and AIROC™ Wi-Fi and Combo devices.
PSoC Creator is an Integrated Design Environment (IDE) that enables concurrent hardware and firmware editing, compiling and debugging of PSoC and FM0+ systems. Applications are created using schematic capture and over 150 pre-verified, production-ready peripheral Components.
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