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PSoC™ 4

Marcus_Hellen
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Hello Everyone,

I am planning to use CY8C4147AZS-S475 chip for my current project but I wonder if this chip OR ANY CHIP has a functional safety (ISO 26262) capable?

Thank you in advance!

Marcus

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Ashish
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Hi ,

The short answer is no! The PSoC 4 products [CY8C4147AZS-S475], or any general PSoC product,  is typically not compliant to ISO-26262 . [Although it could be supported at system level and hardware level for ASIL-B using sufficient collaterals like HW safety manual, fmeda, SW development process overview etc.].

We would suggest for Traveo II. The Traveo -II products are compliant to Functional safety for ASIL-B. Details can be found here-

https://www.infineon.com/dgdl/Infineon-Getting_Started_with_the_Traveo_II-ApplicationNotes-v01_00-EN...

https://www.cypress.com/products/cypress-traveo-ii-32-bit-arm-automotive-microcontrollers-mcus

Thanks,

Ashish

 

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Ashish
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Hi ,

The short answer is no! The PSoC 4 products [CY8C4147AZS-S475], or any general PSoC product,  is typically not compliant to ISO-26262 . [Although it could be supported at system level and hardware level for ASIL-B using sufficient collaterals like HW safety manual, fmeda, SW development process overview etc.].

We would suggest for Traveo II. The Traveo -II products are compliant to Functional safety for ASIL-B. Details can be found here-

https://www.infineon.com/dgdl/Infineon-Getting_Started_with_the_Traveo_II-ApplicationNotes-v01_00-EN...

https://www.cypress.com/products/cypress-traveo-ii-32-bit-arm-automotive-microcontrollers-mcus

Thanks,

Ashish

 

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