TI introduces new dual-core MCU

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CALIFORNIA, USA: Texas Instruments today announced the launch of its new C2000 Concerto dual-core microcontroller (MCU) series, which enables developers to design green applications that require high-performance for efficient power conversion and connectivity for remote data sharing, diagnostics, monitoring and control.


It applications such as the smart grid, power supplies in server farms, solar inverters, wind turbines, hybrid and electric vehicles, and industrial motor control, said a press release.

TI explains that greener applications require the performance of a real-time control MCU to execute complex algorithms for precise, efficient power conversion, which is integral to renewable energy and smart grid technologies.

Concerto MCUs enable developers to do both real-time control and connectivity within one microcontroller, eliminating the traditional need to choose between optimal performance and advanced connectivity, the release added.

The series includes numerous safety and security features and is code compatible across the C2000 platform. Free, on-demand training for Concerto MCUs is available online, so developers can explore the architecture, tailored features, and software infrastructure of the devices.

The Concerto F28M35x controlCARD is also available individually for $99, the release said.