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FM0+, FM3 & FM4 MCU

JoystickControl
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Hi,

I am looking at an FM3 MCU part number CY9BF518TPMC-GK7E1. I would like to decode this part number. For example, what is the difference between CY9BF518TPMC-GK7E1 and CY9BF418TPMC-GK7E1 or CY9BF618TPMC-GK7E1.

Thank you

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Roy_Liu
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The difference of 4/5/6 is

4 = CAN,

5 = USB & CAN,

6 = EtherMAC x 2 & USB.

There is no place exactly decoding FM3 MCU/MCU part numbers, but something you can refer to is:

This KBA gives some general explanation for Auto MCU, but applicable for Non-Auto MCU(MPN starting from MB): https://community.cypress.com/t5/Knowledge-Base-Articles/Meaning-of-Legacy-16-bit-32-bit-Auto-MCU-Pa...

FM product brochure https://www.cypress.com/file/251311/download (a little bit outdated)

FM3 product lineup table https://www.cypress.com/products/fm3-32-bit-arm-cortex-m3-microcontroller-mcu-families 

 

Roy Liu

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