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Traveo ll - Low Power ARM Cortex-M7 and M4 Microcontrollers with Enhanced Security for Automotive Applications
Infineon Technologies has introduced Traveo ll Body microcontroller family that is based on the ARM Cortex-M7 and -M4 cores with up to 8MB of embedded flash for providing robust performance in demanding body electronics applications. The Traveo II Body Family comprises of four different series of entry devices and two series of high-end devices, each with a different memory size and pin count. Compliance to ISO26262 ASIL-B Level makes the device suitable for safe operation even in ambient temperatures up to 125°C.
The Traveo ll provides performance, scalability, low power consumption, and security required in emerging automotive platforms, hence it can be used in a broad variety of automotive applications including body control modules, door, window, sunroof, and seat control units as well as in-cabin smartphone terminals and wireless charging units.
The Traveo ll comes with advanced peripherals including support for CAN-FD, Ethernet, and FlexRay communication protocols thereby providing scalability and pin-compatibility among all low-end and high-end devices. These microcontrollers provide low power consumption down to 5 µA and enhanced security (EVITA-Full). Besides, the device comes with Full Firmware-Over-The-Air support for remote updates of applications and security software.
Features of Traveo ll Body Microcontroller
- HSM (Hardware security module)
- eSHE (Enhanced Secure Hardware Extension)
- Cortex-M0+ for secure processing
- Embedded flash in dual bank mode for FOTA requirements
- Memory Protection Unit (MPU)
- Support JTAG security for secure debugging
- Provide low power consumption down to 5 µA
The first entry devices will be available for mass production starting October 2020. The other three devices will be released consecutively until the entire product family is available by the second quarter of 2021. The company plans to further complement the Traveo II family with new embedded graphic microcontrollers for cluster, cockpit and digital-display applications later in 2021.
Note: More technical details can be found in the Traveo ll Datasheet linked at the bottom of this page and on the Traveo ll Product page
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