ColdFire® Embedded Controllers MCF5249 New Trends Call for New Technology Enhanced Features Open the Door to New Possibilities While sales of consumer electronics and Freescale’s ColdFire MCF5249 32-bit home audio devices are growing, and the integrated microprocessor, based on the popularity of the low-cost, high-capacity Version 2 (V2) ColdFire core, includes new MP3 format is increasing, Freescale features that are ideal for any application that Semiconductor is keeping pace with requires significant control processing for file innovative devices that address these management, signal processing and data trends. The MCF5249 ColdFire® buffering. In fact, the MCF5249, with up to microprocessor has entered the market 125 Dhrystone 2.1 MIPS at 140 MHz, is at a time when a convergence is taking diverse enough to drive a wide range of place between home audio electronics applications, everything from digital audio to and computer technologies. At the same security to industrial control. time, Freescale has positioned this advanced ColdFire device for many other growing markets such as security and biometrics for fingerprint recognition and iris scanning applications. Many corporations, educational facilities, law enforcement and public transport applications, such as information kiosks, security and biometrics. The advanced features include an enhanced Multiply-Accumulate (eMAC) unit, 96 KB of on-chip SRAM, 8 KB I-Cache, serial interfaces, a 12-bit analog-to-digital converter (ADC), a four-channel direct memory access (DMA), timers, general-purpose input/output (GPIO) lines, system integration and a glueless SDRAM controller. The MCF5249, our highest performing V2 yet, gives you flexibility to cost-effectively design the feature-rich products your The MCF5249 is uniquely designed to customers demand in significantly less time. enable fewer system components and, with low system power requirements, products with a longer battery life. Additionally, its integrated features keep development costs low and time to market short. authorities are placing increased New Features Give You More Design Options The MCF5249 includes exciting enhancements—serial audio ports compatible with industry-standard formats, CD-ROM block decoder/encoder, SPDIF/EBU emphasis and investment in the The MCF5249 also protects the investments transmitter/receiver, Flash media interface, protection of their staff and assets. you’ve already made in technology and IDE master interface—that eliminate the need Accordingly, the use of biometric security training. With its seamless, fully compatible for additional audio interfaces. The innovative is expected to grow exponentially over upgrade path, the MCF5249 is an attractive on-chip audio bus allows a direct connection the next few years. option for MCF5206e users looking to add between audio interfaces with no intervention performance and capabilities. from the CPU, adding even more intelligence Price Performance That’s Hard to Beat While the MCF5249 is well suited for the digital audio market, advanced features make it a good fit for many industrial control to this smart device. The ColdFire Family is designed to accelerate system design time and reduce development costs. MCF5249 Features • Two I2C transmitter/receivers > V2 ColdFire processor core • Hard disk drive interface > 8 KB instruction cache • Flash media interface > 96 KB SRAM > eMAC unit > Hardware integer divide unit > System integration (Phase-Lock real-time capability BDM PLL GPIO JTAG IDE Interface 12-bit ADC Flash Media Interface SPDIF/EBU Rx/Tx I2C I2C I2C Rx/Tx UART UART Loop, software watchdog) > Doze mode and variable frequency operation > Industry-leading debug module offering both background and MCF5249 BLOCK DIAGRAM QSPI DMAs/ Timers CD-ROM Block E/D MCF5249 Product Specifications > Up to 125 (Dhrystone 2.1) MIPS at 140 MHz 96 KB SRAM 8 KB I-Cache > Integrated processor > -40°C to +85°C operating temperature • Two independent universal asynchronous receiver/transmitters (UARTs) > Requires 1.8V and 3.3V power supply > Package: • Two I2C interfaces • 160-pin MAPBGA package—MCF5249 • Queued serial peripheral interface (QSPI) • 144-pin LQFP package—MCF5249L eMAC • SDRAM controller V2 ColdFire® Core System Bus Controller SDRAM Controller and Chip Selects • Four-channel DMA (two internal/two external) A Seamless Migration Path Protects Your Technology Investment • 12-bit ADC By leveraging your existing development tools • Two independent 16-bit timers and software, the MCF5249 protects the • Chip selects resources you’ve already invested in 68K and ColdFire microprocessor technology and • 16-bit GPIOs training. For example, when you move from 68K • CD-ROM block decoder/encoder to ColdFire microprocessors, you can use code • CD text interface translation and emulation tools, free of charge to • Sony Phillips Digital Interface (SPDIF)/EBU transmitter/receiver registered users, to modify and reuse 68K assembly code. The 100-percent synthesizable ColdFire Family Flexibility to Meet Your Customers’ Needs The MCF5249 incorporates advanced technologies that allow you to build greater performance into your products and get them to market faster than The innovative ColdFire Family has been a key member of Freescale’s 32-bit family of products for more than eight years. And the ColdFire Family development roadmap ensures your creativity, time and resources are protected into the future. your competition. Learn More: For more information about Freescale products, please visit www.freescale.com. Freescale™ and the Freescale logo are trademarks of Freescale Semiconductor, Inc. All other product or service names are the property of their respective owners. © Freescale Semiconductor, Inc. 2005 MCF5249FACT REV 1 secures your investment in technology and training well into the future. Even better, the ColdFire family of microprocessors, including the MCF5249, gives you the freedom to experiment with powerful capabilities for visionary electronic products, without sacrificing system costs or time to market.