Adding touch capability to your display can be a tricky endeavor, especially if that display is aimed at an industrial application, where the conditions may be less than perfect. In this video, you’ll see how Infineon addresses the issue with a product that works just as well in consumer products as industrial.
The latest version of Universal Debug Engine (UDE) 2023 from Programmierbare Logik & Systeme (PLS) offers debugging and testing of designs developed for Infineon's TRAVEO CYT4DN MCU to aid in innovating dash instruments as wells as more effective head-up displays in vehicles. Included are two Arm Cortex M7 cores reaching 320 MHz with designated subsystems for graphics and sound. The singular chip supports 6 Mbytes Flash, 640 Kbytes SRAM, and 4 Mbytes embedded video RAM (VRAM).
Munich, Germany –Infineon Technologies AG added 650 V in TO leadless (TOLL) packaging to its silicon carbide (SiC) CoolSiC MOSFET family to address electro-mobility and power consumption demands.
Smart door locks are fairly common today, but they could be significantly smarter (and lower power).
Munich, Germany. Two innovative Ferroelectric RAM (F-RAM) memory devices were added to Infineon Technologies AG’s EXCELON FRAM series. With both 1Mbit (first automotive-qualified serial FRAM) and 4Mbit densities, the devices are AEC-Q100 Grade 1 qualified, operating between -40°C to +125°C. The read/write capabilities climb to 50MHZ in SPI mode and in Quad SPI (QSPI) mode, 108 MHz.
Uppsala, Sweden. IAR will fully support the latest CYT6BJ series from Infineon’s 32-bit TRAVEO T2G Body MCU family. The IAR Embedded Workbench for Arm delivers code analysis tools C-STAT and C-RUN aiding designers utilizing TRAVEO T2G MCUs.
Munich, Germany and Linz, Austria. Infineon Technologies AG and the Austrian product compliance company Kontrol are collaborating on the future of legally compliant and safe mobility applications. Kontrol will deliver translation and digitalization of legal regulations and on-road standards into machine-readable language.