Datasheet Texas Instruments S5LS20216ASPGEQQ1
ARM Cortex-R4F Flash Microcontroller 144-LQFP -40 to 125
|Lifecycle Status||NRND (Not recommended for new designs)|
|Manufacture's Sample Availability||No|
|Industry STD Term||LQFP||LQFP|
|Max Height (mm)||1.6||1.6|
|Mechanical Data||Download »||Download »|
- Download » Application Notes, PDF, 30 Kb, Revision: A, 03-10-2010
Use of Flash Test Pins on TMSx70 F035 Devices (Rev. A)
Texas Instruments TMSx70 microcontrollers built using TI's F035 Flash process have one or two test pins used for advanced testing of the Flash memory. This application report discusses how to utilize these pins when designing circuit boards for one of these processors.
- Download » Application Notes, PDF, 62 Kb, 03-04-2010
Recommended Initializations for TMS570LS20x/10x Microcontrollers
This application report covers the recommended initialization procedure for TMS570LS20x/10x Microcontrollers. It includes core registers, memories, ECC, FPU, clocks, and peripherals.
- Download » Application Notes, PDF, 769 Kb, Revision: A, 11-06-2011
Interfacing the Embedded 12-Bit ADC in a TMS570LS20x/10x Series Device (Rev. A)
The Texas Instruments Herculesâ„¢ ARMÂ® Safety Microcontrollers TMS570LS20x/10x series products have two 12-bit analog-to-digital converters (ADC). This document provides the device configuration and layout recommendations to achieve the best performance of the embedded ADC, including: layout requirements on power and ground, decoupling/bypass capacitor requirements on voltage reference pins an
- Download » Application Notes, PDF, 100 Kb, Revision: A, 05-27-2010
Programming TMS570LS20x/10x Flash Using Flash API (Rev. A)
The Texas Instrument's TMS570Px products have Flash memory that can store data or machine code for execution. This document provides a high-level overview of the TMS570Px Flash architecture and Flash API, focusing on the erasing and programming of TMS570Px Flash using Flash API.
- Download » Application Notes, PDF, 138 Kb, Revision: A, 10-20-2011
Compatibility Considerations: TMS570LS20x/10x to TMS570LS31x/21x (Rev. A)
This application report provides a summary of the main changes required for porting an application written on the Herculesâ„¢ TMS570LS20x/10x series of microcontrollers over to the Hercules TMS570LS31x/21x series of microcontrollers. A brief description of the process technology differences is also included.
- Download » Application Notes, PDF, 194 Kb, 01-26-2012
FlexRay Transfer Unit (FTU) Setup
- Download » Application Notes, PDF, 1.7 Mb, Revision: B, 08-30-2010
NHET Getting Started (Rev. B)
This application report describes the basic steps necessary to generate a simple pulse width modulation (PWM) with the next generation high-end timer (NHET) module. It reviews the calculations necessary to achieve a PWM with a certain frequency and duty cycle, setting up the NHET registers and writing the NHET program. Finally, it shows code excerpts of the setup to run the simple example code.
- Download » Application Notes, PDF, 83 Kb, 02-17-2012
Verification of Data Integrity Using CRC
The purpose of this application report is to provide help setting up the cyclic redundancy check (CRC) controller of the Herculesâ„¢ TMS570 and RM4 microcontrollers. The Hercules microcontrollers from Texas Instruments are 32-bit RISC microcontrollers based on the ARMÂ® Cortexâ„¢-R4 core with an advanced architecture and a rich peripheral set that supports on-chip diagnostics to a
- Download » Application Notes, PDF, 126 Kb, 02-23-2011
ECC Handling in TMSx70-Based Microcontrollers
This application report describes the Flash and RAM ECC handling methods for TMSx70-based microcontrollers in general.To use the Flash/RAM ECC, the single error correction and double error detection (SECDED) module in the TMSx70 has to be configured accordingly. This application report covers typical software configurations of the SECDED modules and briefly explains some essential basics.
- Download » Application Notes, PDF, 86 Kb, Revision: A, 11-04-2011
Execution Time Measurement for Hercules ARM Safety MCUs (Rev. A)
This application report describes methods for measuring code execution time of TMS470 and TMS570 microcontrollers. Besides the typical pin toggle approach, where the duration between two pin toggles is measured, e.g., with an oscilloscope, Hercules MCUs support cycle count methods to measure the code execution time in terms of clock cycles.The real-time-interrupt (RTI) module hardware count
- Download » Application Notes, PDF, 64 Kb, Revision: A, 09-06-2011
Leveraging the High-End Timer Transfer Unit on Hercules ARM Safety MCUs (Rev. A)
This application report shows how the high-end timer transfer unit (HTU), a local DMA on the TMS570 and RM4x devices that is dedicated to the extremely versatile programmable timer co-processor (NHET), can be used to offload tasks from the main CPU by doing transfers between the main memory and the NHET. It shows how to set up the HTU, covers specific details that need to be taken into account whe
- Download » Application Notes, PDF, 368 Kb, Revision: C, 04-12-2012
Basic PBIST Configuration and Influence on Current Consumption (Rev. C)
The purpose of this application report is to provide help for configuring the PBIST module of TMS570LS series microcontrollers. It also explains the configurations, the different algorithm test durations and the influence on current consumptions.
- Download » Application Notes, PDF, 155 Kb, Revision: A, 02-14-2014
Interfacing TPS65381 With Hercules Microcontrollers (Rev. A)
The application report provides help to design a safety system with both the Hercules safety microcontrollers and the TPS65381 power supply. The document explains the hardware considerations and the software flowchart.
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Configuring the Hercules ARM Safety MCU SCI/LIN Module for UART Communication (Rev. A)
The purpose of this application report is to provide help for configuring the SCI/LIN module of Hercules microcontrollers for universal asynchronous receiver-transmitter (UART) communication. The document explains the SCI/LIN module configuration done in the UART driver that is used by Texas Instruments (TIâ„¢) in a safety demo of the Hercules product family. The Hercules family of microcontro
- Download » Application Notes, PDF, 659 Kb, 07-13-2010
Generating Operating System Tick Using RTI on a Hercules ARM Safety MCU
The purpose of this application report is to provide help for setting up the RTI Module of Hercules Safety Microcontrollers. The Hercules family of microcontrollers from Texas Instruments is a family of 32-bit RISC microcontrollers with an advanced safety architecture and a rich peripheral set.
- Download » Application Notes, PDF, 79 Kb, 03-10-2010
Usage of MPU Subregions on TI Hercules ARM Safety MCUs
A Memory Protection Unit (MPU) is a module used to modify the memory types and attributes as defined in a processorâ€™s memory ordering model. The MPU is specific to each core in the system and can only modify the memory ordering model of the CPU to which it is attached. If Texas Instruments TMSx70 platform of devices include a CortexR4 or a CortexM3 core, then as part of the core architecture, a MP
- Download » Application Notes, PDF, 376 Kb, Revision: B, 09-06-2011
ADC Source Impedance for Hercules ARM Safety MCUs (Rev. B)
Unbuffered multiplexed ratiometric analog-to-digital converters (ADC) have strict requirements on driving source impedance that are not always obvious. This application report addresses the trade-offs between source impedance and sample rate. It includes both 10-bit and 12-bit examples using the TMS470 processors and the Hercules ARM Safety MCUs (TMS470M, TMS570 and RM4x families) in the GS30, GS4
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Configuring a CAN Node on Hercules ARM Safety MCUs
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Important ARM Ltd Application Notes for TI Hercules ARM Safety MCUs
The purpose of this application report is to offer a convenient collection of references to application notes posted by ARM Ltd that apply to TIâ€™s Hercules ARM Safety Microcontrollers. The document contains links directly to the ARM documents in the ARM On-Line InfoCenter as well as re-prints the ARM introduction chapter to help you better determine if you want to investigate further.
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3.3 V I/O Considerations for Hercules Safety MCUs (Rev. A)
As new generations of microcontrollers lower their supply voltages from 5 V to 3.3 V and beyond, issues with interfacing and noise are increasing. This application report presents cost-effective interfacing techniques for inputs and outputs of 3.3 V microprocessors in an automotive environment. In addition, concerns about 3.3 V analog-to-digital converters (ADC) are discussed.
- Download » Application Notes, PDF, 476 Kb, 05-01-2015
Triangle/Trapezoid Wave Generation Using PWM With Hercules N2HET
This application report illustrates how to generate various forms of triangle and trapezoid waves using the versatile programmable high-end timer (N2HET). The examples can be run in either the Hercules hardware development kit (HDK) or the Launchpadâ„¢ development kit. The application report shows the N2HET program examples, the steps to setting up the N2HET registers as well as basic system s
- Download » Application Notes, PDF, 371 Kb, 05-12-2015
Sine Wave Generation Using PWM With Hercules N2HET and HTU
This application report illustrates how to generate sine waves using the versatile programmable high-end timer (N2HET) and its companion data transfer unit (HTU). The code example can be run in either the Hercules hardware development kit (HDK) or the Launchpadâ„¢ development kit. The application report shows the N2HET program examples, the steps to setting up the N2HET and HTU registers as we
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