industry news
Subscribe Now

Mouser Now Shipping Microchip SAM L10 and L11 Cortex-M23 MCUs

SAM L11 First 32-bit Microcontroller to Offer Arm TrustZone Security Technology

August 6, 2018 – Mouser Electronics, Inc., the authorized global distributor with the newest semiconductors and electronic components, is now shipping the SAM L10 and L11 microcontrollers from Microchip Technology. The SAM L10 and L11 microcontrollers are based on a 32-bit Arm® Cortex®-M23 core and feature picoPower® technology to offer the industry’s lowest power consumption in their class. The SAM L11 variant adds integrated hardware security and is the first 32-bit microcontroller family to feature Arm TrustZone® Technology.

        Microchip’s SAM L10 and L11 microcontrollers, available from Mouser Electronics, run at 32 MHz and feature up to 64 Kbytes of flash memory and up to 16 Kbytes of SRAM. The SAM L10 devices employ a single memory protection unit (MPU), two debug access levels (DALs), whereas SAM L11 devices employ two MPUs, three DALs, and TrustZone for ARMv8-M, a programmable environment that provides hardware isolation between certified libraries, IP and application code.

        The SAM L10 and L11 microcontrollers feature flexible clock distribution optimized for low power and a 32.768 kHz crystal oscillator as well as power-on-reset, programmable brown-out detection, 8-channel Direct Memory Access Controller (DMAC), and 8-channel event system for inter-peripheral core-independent operation. Both microcontroller families offer Microchip’s Peripheral Touch Controller (PTC) for capacitive touch capabilities even in the presence of moisture and noise.

        For development, Mouser also offers the SAM L10 and L11 Xplained Pro Evaluation Kits. Each kit is supported by the Atmel Studio 7 integrated development platform, IAR Embedded Workbench, Arm Keil® Microcontroller Development Kit as well as Atmel START, a free online tool to configure peripherals and software that accelerates development.

        The SAM L10 and L11 microcontrollers are ideal for a range of low-power applications, including Internet of Things (IoT), security, automotive, embedded control, medical and other human machine interface (HMI) designs.

        To learn more, visit www.mouser.com/microchip-sam-l10-l11-mcus.

        With its broad product line and unsurpassed customer service, Mouser strives to empower innovation among design engineers and buyers by delivering advanced technologies. Mouser stocks the world’s widest selection of the latest semiconductors and electronic components for the newest design projects. Mouser Electronics’ website is continually updated and offers advanced search methods to help customers quickly locate inventory. Mouser.com also houses data sheets, supplier-specific reference designs, application notes, technical design information, and engineering tools.

About Mouser Electronics

Mouser Electronics, a Berkshire Hathaway company, is an award-winning, authorized semiconductor and electronic component distributor focused on rapid New Product Introductions from its manufacturing partners for electronic design engineers and buyers. The global distributor’s website, Mouser.com, is available in multiple languages and currencies and features more than 5 million products from over 700 manufacturers. Mouser offers 23 support locations around the world to provide best-in-class customer service and ships globally to over 600,000 customers in more than 220 countries/territories from its 750,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art facility south of Dallas, Texas. For more information, visit www.mouser.com.

Leave a Reply

featured blogs
Aug 18, 2018
Once upon a time, the Santa Clara Valley was called the Valley of Heart'€™s Delight; the main industry was growing prunes; and there were orchards filled with apricot and cherry trees all over the place. Then in 1955, a future Nobel Prize winner named William Shockley moved...
Aug 17, 2018
Samtec’s growing portfolio of high-performance Silicon-to-Silicon'„¢ Applications Solutions answer the design challenges of routing 56 Gbps signals through a system. However, finding the ideal solution in a single-click probably is an obstacle. Samtec last updated the...
Aug 17, 2018
If you read my post Who Put the Silicon in Silicon Valley? then you know my conclusion: Let's go with Shockley. He invented the transistor, came here, hired a bunch of young PhDs, and sent them out (by accident, not design) to create the companies, that created the compa...
Aug 16, 2018
All of the little details were squared up when the check-plots came out for "final" review. Those same preliminary files were shared with the fab and assembly units and, of course, the vendors have c...
Jul 30, 2018
As discussed in part 1 of this blog post, each instance of an Achronix Speedcore eFPGA in your ASIC or SoC design must be configured after the system powers up because Speedcore eFPGAs employ nonvolatile SRAM technology to store its configuration bits. The time required to pr...