Manufacturer Part NumberST62T25CM3
DescriptionIC MCU 8BIT W/ADC 28-SOIC
ST62T25CM3 datasheet

Specifications of ST62T25CM3

Core ProcessorST6Core Size8-Bit
Speed8MHzPeripheralsLVD, POR, WDT
Number Of I /o20Program Memory Size4KB (4K x 8)
Program Memory TypeOTPRam Size64 x 8
Voltage - Supply (vcc/vdd)3 V ~ 6 VData ConvertersA/D 16x8b
Oscillator TypeInternalOperating Temperature-40°C ~ 125°C
Package / Case28-SOIC (7.5mm Width)Lead Free Status / RoHS StatusLead free / RoHS Compliant
Eeprom Size-Connectivity-
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– 2K or 4K bytes Program memory (OTP,
EPROM, FASTROM or ROM) with read-out
– 64 bytes RAM
Clock, Reset and Supply Management
– Enhanced reset system
– Low Voltage Detector (LVD) for Safe Reset
– Clock sources: crystal/ceramic resonator or
RC network, external clock, backup oscillator
– Oscillator Safeguard (OSG)
– 2 Power Saving Modes: Wait and Stop
Interrupt Management
– 4 interrupt vectors plus NMI and RESET
– 20 external interrupt lines (on 2 vectors)
– 1 external non-interrupt line
20 I/O Ports
– 20 multifunctional bidirectional I/O lines
– 16 alternate function lines
– 4 high sink outputs (20mA)
2 Timers
– Configurable watchdog timer
– 8-bit timer/counter with a 7-bit prescaler
Device Summary
Program memory - bytes
RAM - bytes
Operating Supply
Clock Frequency
Operating Temperature
September 2007
Analog Peripheral
– 8-bit ADC with 16 input channels
Instruction Set
– 8-bit data manipulation
– 40 basic instructions
– 9 addressing modes
– Bit manipulation
Development Tools
– Full hardware/software development package
-40°C to +125°C
Section 12.5
for Ordering Information)
3.0V to 6V
8MHz Max
Rev. 1

ST62T25CM3 Summary of contents

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    TWO TIMERS, OSCILLATOR SAFEGUARD & SAFE RESET Memories ■ – bytes Program memory (OTP, EPROM, FASTROM or ROM) with read-out protection – 64 bytes RAM Clock, Reset and Supply Management ■ – Enhanced reset system – Low ...

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    INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...

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    WAIT MODE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...

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    INSTRUCTION SET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...

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    THERMAL CHARACTERISTICS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto 1 INTRODUCTION The devices are low cost members of the ST62xx 8-bit HCMOS family of microcontrollers, which is targeted at low to medium complexity applications. All ST62xx devices are based on a building block approach: a common core ...

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    PIN DESCRIPTION Figure 2. 28-Pin Package Pinout Table 1. Device Pin Description Pin n° Pin Name I/O TIMER 3 OSCin 4 OSCout O 5 NMI 6 PC7/Ain I/O 7 PC6/Ain I/O 8 PC5/Ain I/O ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto Pin n° Pin Name 14 PB5/Ain I/O 15 PB4/Ain I/O 16 PB3/Ain I/O 17 PB2/Ain I/O 18 PB1/Ain I/O 19 PB0/Ain I/O 20 PA7/Ain I/O 21 PA6/Ain I/O 22 PA5/Ain I/O 23 PA4/Ain I/O 24 PA3/ 20mA Sink ...

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    MEMORY MAPS, PROGRAMMING MODES AND OPTION BYTES 3.1 MEMORY AND REGISTER MAPS 3.1.1 Introduction The MCU operates in three separate memory spaces: Program space, Data space, and Stack space. Operation in these three memory spaces is described in the ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto MEMORY MAP (Cont’d) Figure 4. Program Memory Map ST6215C 0000h NOT IMPLEMENTED 07FFh 0800h RESERVED 087Fh 0880h USER PROGRAM MEMORY 1824 BYTES 0F9Fh 0FA0h RESERVED 0FEFh 0FF0h INTERRUPT VECTORS 0FF7h 0FF8h RESERVED 0FFBh 0FFCh NMI VECTOR 0FFDh 0FFEh ...

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    ... U.V. erasure that also results in the whole EPROM context being erased. Note: Once the Readout Protection is activated longer possible, even for STMicroelectronics, to gain access to the OTP contents. Returned parts can therefore not be accepted if the Readout Protection bit is set. ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto MEMORY MAP (Cont’d) Table 2. Hardware Register Map Register Address Block Label 080h CPU X,Y,V,W to 083h 0C0h DRA 0C1h I/O Ports DRB 0C2h DRC 0C3h 0C4h DDRA 0C5h I/O Ports DDRB 0C6h DDRC 0C7h 0C8h CPU IOR ...

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    MEMORY MAP (Cont’d) 3.1.6 Data ROM Window Mechanism The Data read-only memory window is located from address 0040h to address 007Fh in Data space. It allows direct reading of 64 consecutive bytes located anywhere in program memory, be- tween address ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto MEMORY MAP (Cont’d) Data ROM Window memory addressing In cases where some data (look-up tables for ex- ample) are stored in program memory, reading these data requires the use of the Data ROM win- dow mechanism. To ...

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    ... Interrupt Vectors 0FF8h-0FFBh 0FFCh-0FFDh NMI Interrupt Vector 0FFEh-0FFFh Note: OTP/EPROM devices can be programmed with the development tools available from STMicroelectronics (please refer to pin. The PP page 97). 3.2.2 EPROM Erasing The EPROM devices can be erased by exposure to Ultra Violet light. The characteristics of the MCU ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto 3.3 OPTION BYTES Each device is available for production in user pro- grammable versions (OTP) as well as in factory coded versions (ROM). OTP devices are shipped to customers with a default content (00h), while ROM factory coded ...

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    CENTRAL PROCESSING UNIT 4.1 INTRODUCTION The CPU Core of ST6 devices is independent of the I/O or Memory configuration. As such, it may be thought independent central processor communicating with on-chip I/O, Memory and Pe- ripherals ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto CPU REGISTERS (Cont’d) The 12-bit length allows the direct addressing of 4096 bytes in Program Space. However, if the program space contains more than 4096 bytes, the additional memory in program space can be addressed by using the ...

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    CLOCKS, SUPPLY AND RESET 5.1 CLOCK SYSTEM The main oscillator of the MCU can be driven by any of these clock sources: – external clock signal – external AT-cut parallel-resonant crystal – external ceramic resonator – external RC network ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto CLOCK SYSTEM (Cont’d) 5.1.1 Main Oscillator The oscillator configuration is specified by select- ing the appropriate option in the option bytes (refer to the Option Bytes section of this document). When the CRYSTAL/RESONATOR option is se- lected, it ...

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    CLOCK SYSTEM (Cont’d) 5.1.2 Oscillator Safeguard (OSG) The Oscillator Safeguard (OSG) feature is a means of dramatically improving the operational integrity of the MCU available when the OSG ENABLED option is selected in the option byte (re- fer ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto CLOCK SYSTEM (Cont’d) 5.1.3 Low Frequency Auxiliary Oscillator (LFAO) The Low Frequency Auxiliary Oscillator has three main purposes. Firstly, it can be used to reduce power consumption in non timing critical routines. Secondly, it offers a fully integrated ...

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    LOW VOLTAGE DETECTOR (LVD) The on-chip Low Voltage Detector is enabled by setting a bit in the option bytes (refer to the Option Bytes section of this document). The LVD allows the device to be used without any external ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto 5.3 RESET 5.3.1 Introduction The MCU can be reset in three ways: A low pulse input on the RESET pin ■ Internal Watchdog reset ■ Internal Low Voltage Detector (LVD) reset ■ 5.3.2 RESET Sequence The basic RESET ...

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    RESET (Cont’d) 5.3.3 RESET Pin The RESET pin may be connected to a device on the application board in order to reset the MCU if required. The RESET pin may be pulled low in RUN, WAIT or STOP mode. This ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto RESET (Cont’d) 5.3.4 Watchdog Reset The MCU provides a Watchdog timer function in order to be able to recover from software hang- ups. If the Watchdog register is not refreshed be- fore an end-of-count condition is reached, a ...

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    INTERRUPTS The ST6 core may be interrupted by four maska- ble interrupt sources, in addition to a Non Maska- ble Interrupt (NMI) source. The interrupt process- ing flowchart is shown in Figure Maskable interrupts must be enabled by setting ...

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    INTERRUPT RULES MANAGEMENT A Reset can interrupt the NMI and peripheral ■ interrupt routines The Non Maskable Interrupt request has the ■ highest priority and can interrupt any peripheral interrupt routine at any time but cannot interrupt another NMI ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto 6.5 EXTERNAL INTERRUPTS (I/O Ports) External interrupt vectors can be loaded into the PC register if the corresponding external interrupt occurred and if the GEN bit is set. These interrupts allow the processor to exit from STOP mode. ...

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    INTERRUPT HANDLING PROCEDURE The interrupt procedure is very similar to a call pro- cedure, in fact the user can consider the interrupt as an asynchronous call procedure. As this is an asynchronous event, the user cannot know the context ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto 6.7 REGISTER DESCRIPTION INTERRUPT OPTION REGISTER (IOR) Address: 0C8h — Write Only Reset status: 00h 7 - LES ESB GEN - Caution: This register is write-only and cannot be accessed by single-bit operations (SET, RES, DEC,...). Bit 7 ...

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    POWER SAVING MODES 7.1 INTRODUCTION To give a large measure of flexibility to the applica- tion in terms of power consumption, two main pow- er saving modes are implemented in the ST6 (see Figure 19). In addition, the Low ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto 7.2 WAIT MODE The MCU goes into WAIT mode as soon as the WAIT instruction is executed. This has the follow- ing effects: – Program execution is stopped, the microcontrol- ler software can be considered as being in ...

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    STOP MODE STOP mode is the lowest power consumption mode of the MCU (see Figure The MCU goes into STOP mode as soon as the STOP instruction is executed. This has the follow- ing effects: – Program execution is ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto STOP MODE (Cont’d) Figure 22. STOP Mode Flowchart EXCTNL 1) VALUE 0 OSCILLATOR Clock to PERIPHERALS Clock to CPU N RESET N INTERRUPT Y Notes: 1. EXCTNL is an option bit. See option byte section for more details. ...

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    NOTES RELATED TO WAIT AND STOP MODES 7.4.1 Exit from Wait and Stop Modes NMI Interrupt It should be noted that when the GEN bit in the IOR register is low (interrupts disabled), the NMI interrupt is active ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto 8 I/O PORTS 8.1 INTRODUCTION Each I/O port contains pins. Each pin can be programmed independently as digital input (with or without pull-up and interrupt generation), digital output (open drain, push-pull) or analog in- put ...

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    I/O PORTS (Cont’d) Figure 23. I/O Port Block Diagram RESET ST6 INTERNAL BUS TO INTERRUPT TO ADC Table 8. I/O Port Configurations DDR ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto I/O PORTS (Cont’d) 8.2.5 Instructions not to be used to access Port Data registers (SET, RES, INC & DEC) DO NOT USE READ-MODIFY-WRITE INSTRUC- TIONS (SET, RES, INC and DEC) ON PORT DATA REGISTERS IF ANY PIN OF ...

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    I/O PORTS (Cont’d) Table 9. I/O Port Option Selections MODE Input PA0-PA7 PB0-PB7 PC4-PC7 DDRx ORx DRx Reset state Input PA0-PA7 with pull up PB0-PB7 PC4-PC7 DDRx ORx DRx Input with pull up PA0-PA7 ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto I/O PORTS (Cont’d) 8.5 REGISTER DESCRIPTION DATA REGISTER (DR) Port x Data Register DRx with Addresses 0C0h, 0C1h and 0C2h- Read / Write Reset Value: 0000 0000 (00h) 7 DR7 DR6 DR5 ...

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    ON-CHIP PERIPHERALS 9.1 WATCHDOG TIMER (WDG) 9.1.1 Introduction The Watchdog timer is used to detect the occur- rence of a software fault, usually generated by ex- ternal interference or by unforeseen logical condi- tions, which causes the application program ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto WATCHDOG TIMER (Cont’d) 9.1.3 Functional Description The watchdog activation is selected through an option in the option bytes: – HARDWARE Watchdog option After reset, the watchdog is permanently active, the C bit in the WDGR is forced high ...

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    WATCHDOG TIMER (Cont’d) These instructions test the C bit and reset the MCU (i.e. disable the Watchdog) if the bit is set (i.e. if the Watchdog is active), thus disabling the Watchdog. For more information on the use of the ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto WATCHDOG TIMER (Cont’d) 9.1.7 Register Description WATCHDOG REGISTER (WDGR) Address: 0D8h - Read / Write Reset Value: 1111 1110 ( Bits 7:2 = T[5:0] Downcounter bits Caution: These bits are reversed ...

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    TIMER 9.2.1 Introduction The 8-Bit Timer on-chip peripheral is a free run- ning downcounter based on an 8-bit downcounter with a 7-bit programmable prescaler, giving a max- 15 imum count The peripheral may be config- ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto 8-BIT TIMER (Cont’d) 9.2.3 Counter/Prescaler Description Prescaler The prescaler input can be the internal frequency f divided external clock applied to INT the TIMER pin. The prescaler decrements on the rising edge, depending on ...

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    TIMER (Cont’d) 9.2.4 Functional Description There are three operating modes, which are se- lected by the TOUT and DOUT bits (see TSCR register). These three modes correspond to the two clocks which can be connected to the 7-bit prescaler ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto 8-BIT TIMER (Cont’d) Event Counter Mode (TOUT = “0”, DOUT = “0”) In this mode, the TIMER pin is the input clock of the Timer prescaler which is decremented on eve- ry rising edge of the input ...

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    TIMER (Cont’d) 9.2.5 Low Power Modes Mode Description No effect on timer. WAIT Timer interrupt events cause the device to exit from WAIT mode. Timer registers are frozen except in Event STOP Counter mode (with external clock on TIM- ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto 8-BIT TIMER (Cont’d) 9.2.7 Register Description PRESCALER COUNTER REGISTER (PSCR) Address: 0D2h - Read/Write Reset Value: 0111 1111 (7Fh) 7 PSCR PSCR PSCR PSCR PSCR Bit 7 = PSCR7: Not used, always read ...

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    A/D CONVERTER (ADC) 9.3.1 Introduction The on-chip Analog to Digital Converter (ADC) pe- ripheral is a 8-bit, successive approximation con- verter. This peripheral has multiplexed analog in- put channels (refer to device pin out description) that allow the peripheral ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto A/D CONVERTER (Cont’d) 9.3.3 Functional Description Analog Power Supply The high and low level reference voltage pins are internally connected to the V DD Conversion accuracy may therefore be impacted by voltage drops and noise in the ...

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    A/D CONVERTER (Cont’d) 9.3.4 Recommendations The following six notes provide additional informa- tion on using the A/D converter. 1.The A/D converter does not feature a sample and hold circuit. The analog voltage to be meas- ured should therefore be stable ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto A/D CONVERTER (Cont’d) 9.3.5 Low Power Modes Mode Description No effect on A/D Converter. ADC interrupts WAIT cause the device to exit from Wait mode. STOP A/D Converter disabled. Note: The A/D converter may be disabled by clear- ...

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    INSTRUCTION SET 10.1 ST6 ARCHITECTURE The ST6 architecture has been designed for max- imum efficiency while keeping byte usage to a minimum; in short, to provide byte-efficient pro- gramming. The ST6 core has the ability to set or clear ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto 10.3 INSTRUCTION SET The ST6 offers a set of 40 basic instructions which, when combined with nine addressing modes, yield 244 usable opcodes. They can be di- vided into six different types: load/store, arithme- tic/logic, conditional branch, control ...

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    INSTRUCTION SET (Cont’d) Arithmetic and Logic. These instructions are used to perform arithmetic calculations and logic operations. In AND, ADD, CP, SUB instructions one operand is always the accumulator while, de- pending on the addressing mode, the other can be ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto INSTRUCTION SET (Cont’d) Conditional Branch. Branch instructions perform a branch in the program when the selected condi- tion is met. Bit Manipulation Instructions. These instruc- tions can handle any bit in Data space memory. One group either sets ...

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    Opcode Map Summary. The following table contains an opcode map for the instructions used by the ST6 LOW 0 1 0000 0001 HI 2 JRNZ 4 CALL abc 0000 1 pcr 2 ext 1 2 JRNZ 4 ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto Opcode Map Summary (Continued) LOW 8 9 1000 1001 HI 2 JRNZ abc 0000 1 pcr 2 ext 1 2 JRNZ abc 0001 1 pcr 2 ext 1 ...

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    ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS 11.1 PARAMETER CONDITIONS Unless otherwise specified, all voltages are re- ferred 11.1.1 Minimum and Maximum Values Unless otherwise specified the minimum and max- imum values are guaranteed in the worst condi- tions of ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto 11.2 ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS Stresses above those listed as “absolute maxi- mum ratings” may cause permanent damage to the device. This is a stress rating only and func- tional operation of the device under these condi- 11.2.1 Voltage ...

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    OPERATING CONDITIONS 11.3.1 General Operating Conditions Symbol Parameter V Supply voltage DD f Oscillator frequency OSC V Operating Supply Voltage DD T Ambient temperature range A Notes oscillator frequency above 1.2MHz is recommended for reliable A/D results. ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto OPERATING CONDITIONS (Cont’d) 11.3.2 Operating Conditions with Low Voltage Detector (LVD) Subject to general operating conditions for V Symbol Parameter Reset release threshold V IT+ (V rise) DD Reset generation threshold V IT- (V fall LVD ...

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    SUPPLY CURRENT CHARACTERISTICS The following current consumption specified for the ST6 functional operating modes over tempera- ture range does not take into account the clock source current consumption. To get the total de- 11.4.1 RUN Modes Symbol Parameter Supply ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto SUPPLY CURRENT CHARACTERISTICS (Cont’d) 11.4.2 WAIT Modes Symbol Parameter Supply current in WAIT mode Option bytes not programmed (see Figure 44) Supply current in WAIT mode Option bytes programmed to 00H (see Figure 45) Supply current in WAIT ...

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    SUPPLY CURRENT CHARACTERISTICS (Cont’d) Figure 44. Typical I in WAIT programmed IDD [µA] 800 8MHz 1M 700 4MHz 32KHz 2MHz 600 500 400 300 200 100 VDD [V] Figure 45. Typical I in WAIT ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto SUPPLY CURRENT CHARACTERISTICS (Cont’d) Figure 46. Typical I in WAIT IDD [µA] 600 8MHz 1M 4MHz 32KHz 500 2MHz 400 300 200 100 VDD [V] 70/100 1 and Temperature for ROM devices ...

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    SUPPLY CURRENT CHARACTERISTICS (Cont’d) 11.4.3 STOP Mode Symbol Parameter Supply current in STOP mode I DD (see Figure 47 & Figure Notes: 1. Typical data are based on V =5. All I/O pins in input with ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto SUPPLY CURRENT CHARACTERISTICS (Cont’d) 11.4.4 Supply and Clock System The previous current consumption specified for the ST6 functional operating modes over tempera- ture range does not take into account the clock Symbol Parameter Supply current of RC oscillator ...

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    CLOCK AND TIMING CHARACTERISTICS Subject to general operating conditions for V 11.5.1 General Timings Symbol Parameter t Instruction cycle time c(INST) Interrupt reaction time t v(IT v(IT) c(INST) 11.5.2 External Clock Source Symbol Parameter ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto CLOCK AND TIMING CHARACTERISTICS (Cont’d) 11.5.3 Crystal and Ceramic Resonator Oscillators The ST6 internal clock can be supplied with sever- al different Crystal/Ceramic resonator oscillators. Only parallel resonant crystals can be used. All the information given in this ...

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    CLOCK AND TIMING CHARACTERISTICS (Cont’d) 11.5.4 RC Oscillator The ST6 internal clock can be supplied with an external RC oscillator. Depending on the accuracy of the frequency is about 20 may not be suitable for some applications. Symbol ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto CLOCK AND TIMING CHARACTERISTICS (Cont’d) Figure 52. Typical RC Oscillator frequency vs Rnet=22KOhm fosc [MHz] Rnet=47KOhm 12 Rnet=100KOhm 10 Rnet=220KOhm 8 Rnet=470KOhm VDD [V] 11.5.5 Oscillator Safeguard (OSG) and Low ...

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    MEMORY CHARACTERISTICS Subject to general operating conditions for V 11.6.1 RAM and Hardware Registers Symbol Parameter 1) V Data retention RM 11.6.2 EPROM Program Memory Symbol Parameter 2) t Data retention ret Figure 55. EPROM Retention Time vs. Temperature ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto 11.7 EMC CHARACTERISTICS Susceptibility tests are performed on a sample ba- sis during product characterization. 11.7.1 Functional EMS (Electro Magnetic Susceptibility) Based on a simple running application on the product (toggling 2 LEDs through I/O ports), the product ...

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    EMC CHARACTERISTICS (Cont’d) 11.7.2 Absolute Electrical Sensitivity Based on three different tests (ESD, LU and DLU) using specific measurement methods, the product is stressed in order to determine its performance in terms of electrical sensitivity. For more details, re- fer ...

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    ... Dynamic latch-up class Notes: 1. Class description: A Class is an STMicroelectronics internal specification. All its limits are higher than the JEDEC spec- ifications, that means when a device belongs to Class A it exceeds the JEDEC standard. B Class strictly covers all the JEDEC criteria (international standard). ...

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    EMC CHARACTERISTICS (Cont’d) 11.7.3 ESD Pin Protection Strategy To protect an integrated circuit against Electro- Static Discharge the stress must be controlled to prevent degradation or destruction of the circuit el- ements. The stress generally affects the circuit el- ements ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto 11.8 I/O PORT PIN CHARACTERISTICS 11.8.1 General Characteristics Subject to general operating conditions for V Symbol Parameter V Input low level voltage IL V Input high level voltage IH V Schmitt trigger voltage hysteresis hys I Input leakage ...

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    I/O PORT PIN CHARACTERISTICS (Cont’d) 11.8.2 Output Driving Current Subject to general operating conditions for V Symbol Parameter Output low level voltage for a standard I/O pin (see Figure 63 and Figure Output low level voltage for ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto I/O PORT PIN CHARACTERISTICS (Cont’d) Figure 65. Typical Voh [V] at Vdd=5V 5 4.5 4 3.5 Figure 66. Typical Vol [mV] at Iio=2mA Ta =-40°C 350 Ta =25°C ...

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    I/O PORT PIN CHARACTERISTICS (Cont’d) Figure 68. Typical Voh [V] at Iio=-2mA VDD [V] Voh [V] at Iio=-5mA Ta=-40°C Ta=95°C 3 Ta=25°C Ta=125° ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto 11.9 CONTROL PIN CHARACTERISTICS 11.9.1 Asynchronous RESET Pin Subject to general operating conditions for V Symbol Parameter V Input low level voltage IL V Input high level voltage IH V Schmitt trigger voltage hysteresis hys R Weak pull-up ...

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    CONTROL PIN CHARACTERISTICS (Cont’d) Figure 70. Typical Application with RESET pin 0.1 F 4.7k EXTERNAL RESET 7) CIRCUIT 0.1 F 11.9.2 NMI Pin Subject to general operating conditions for V Symbol Parameter V Input low level ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto CONTROL PIN CHARACTERISTICS (Cont’d) 11.10 TIMER PERIPHERAL CHARACTERISTICS Subject to general operating conditions for and T unless otherwise specified. OSC A 11.10.1 Watchdog Timer Symbol Parameter t Watchdog time-out duration w(WDG) 11.10.2 8-Bit Timer Symbol ...

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    ADC CHARACTERISTICS Subject to general operating conditions for V Symbol Parameter f Clock frequency OSC V Conversion range voltage AIN R External input resistor AIN t Total convertion time ADC 4) t Stabilization time STAB Analog input current ...

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    ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto 8-BIT ADC CHARACTERISTICS (Cont’d) ADC Accuracy Symbol Parameter Total unadjusted error Offset error Gain Error Differential linearity error Integral linearity error L ...

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    GENERAL INFORMATION 12.1 PACKAGE MECHANICAL DATA Figure 74. 28-Pin Plastic Small Outline Package, 300-mil Width D B Figure 75. 28-Pin Ceramic Side-Brazed Dual In-Line Package h x 45× CDIP28W ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto ...

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    ... P is the port power dissipation determined by the user. PORT 2. The average chip-junction temperature can be obtained from the formula T 12.3 SOLDERING INFORMATION In accordance with the RoHS European directive, all STMicroelectronics packages have been con- verted to lead-free technology, named ECO- ® PACK . ® ...

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    ... ORDERING INFORMATION The following section deals with the procedure for transfer of customer codes to STMicroelectronics Figure 76. ST6 Factory Coded Device Types ST62T25CMC/CCCE ST6215CM-Auto ST6225CM-Auto and also details the ST6 factory coded device type. ® Lead-free (ECOPACK ) ROM code Temperature code: C: Automotive -40 to +125 °C ...

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    ... They offer the same functionality as OTP devices, but they do not have to be programmed by the customer. The customer code must be sent to STMicroelectronics in the same way as for ROM devices. The FASTROM option list has the same options as defined in the programmable option byte of the OTP version. It also offers an identifier option ...

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    TRANSFER OF CUSTOMER CODE (Cont’d) 12.6.2 ROM Version The ST6215C/25C are mask programmed ROM version of ST62T15C,T25C OTP devices. They offer the same functionality as OTP devices, selecting as ROM options the options defined in the programmable option byte of ...

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    ... Quartz crystal / Ceramic resonator [ ] RC network FASTROM Enabled ROM Enabled Fuse is blown by STMicroelectronics [ ] Fuse can be blown by the customer [ ] Disabled [ ] Enabled [ ] Enabled [ ] Enabled . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...

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    ... This tool includes in the same environment: an assem- bler, linker, C compiler, debugger and simulator. The assembler package (plus limited C compiler) is free and can be downloaded from raisonance web site. The full version is available both from STMicroelectronics and Raisonance. High end emulator available from SOFTEC. Gang programmer available from SOFTEC. ...

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    ... In-circuit powerful emula- ST6 HDS2 Emulator tion features including trace/ logic analyzer ST6 EPROM No Programmer Board Table 26. Dedicated STMicroelectronics Development Tools Supported Products ST6215C and ST6225C 98/100 1 Programming Capability Yes (DIP packages only) No Yes (All packages except ...

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