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STR910 ARM Evaluation Board – ST

STR910 ARM Evaluation Board - ST

A versatile system which can be used both for consumer and industrial product design. It has most of the needed interface for developing the gadget or industrial instrument in the card itself. – delabs

“The evaluation board includes the high performance STR912FAW44ARM966E-S microcontroller featuring Pre-fetch Queue and Branch cache, full speed USB2.0 compatible port, Ethernet 100/10 interface, Embedded MAC, a large Dual Bank Flash memory, a large SRAM and Embedded Trace Macrocell for development tool trace support.”

Features Include

  • CAN 2.0B interface
  • 3 RS232, with one supporting full modem control
  • Infrared Data Access (IrDA) interface
  • Ethernet interface (IEEE-802.3-2002 compliant)
  • USB 2.0 compliant interface with full-speed (12 Mb/s) data transmission
  • Induction motor control connector

From – ST Microelectronics

ZA9L1 Secure ARM Microcontroller – Maxim Zatara

The Zatara ZA9L1 is a highly integrated system-on-chip (SoC) microcontroller based on the ARM922T 32-bit/16-bit core and tailored to the specific requirements of point-of-sale (POS) terminal design and meet the strict security requirements of the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Security Standards Council 2.0 specification.

Functional Diagram

ZA9L1 Secure ARM Microcontroller - Maxim Zatara

Features Include

  • Real-Time Clock
  • Watchdog Timer (WDT)
  • Two Dedicated SPI Interfaces
  • USB 2.0 OTG Interface
  • Nine Timer/Counters
  • Three UARTs

Security Features Include

  • Embedded Boot ROM
  • 32-Bit Unique ID Number
  • NIST 800-22-Compliant Random-Number Generator
  • FIPS 180-2-Compliant SHA-1 Hash Generator

POS Security Features for PCI Compliance

  • Voltage and Temperature Sensors
  • Sensors for Tamper Switches and Wire Mesh
  • Clock Frequency and Glitch Protection
  • Battery-Backed Secure Memory with Active Zeroization

ARM uC and 8 bit Microcontrollers – STMicroelectronics

Robust 8-bit microcontrollers and high-performance 32-bit ARM-based microcontrollers with a wide range of peripherals.

STM32 L1 series ultra low power MCUs

The STM32 L1 series, based on the Cortex-M3 core running at 32 MHz, extends the ultra low power portfolio in performance, features, memory size and package pin count.

Lowest power mode: 0.27 µA; Dynamic run mode: 230 µA/MHz

8-bit microcontrollers, 16-bit microcontrollers and 32-bit ARM microcontrollers.

  • 8-bit Microcontrollers Related Families ST6 – ST7 – uPSD
  • 16-bit Microcontrollers ST10
  • 32-bit ARM Microcontrollers

“Comprehensive range of microcontrollers, from robust, low-cost 8-bit MCUs up to 32-bit ARM-based Cortex™-M0, Cortex™-M3, Cortex™-M4 Flash microcontrollers with a great choice of peripherals “