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32-bit Microcontrollers Qorivva MPC564xA Family 32-bit MCUs for transmission applications Target Applications Qorivva MPC564xA Block Diagram · Transmission control for 5+ speed automatic transmissions, continual variable transmissions (CVT), dual clutch and automated manual transmissions · Multi-point fuel injection control Nexus Class 3+ JTAG SPE Nexus IEEE-ISTO 5001-2003 Interrupt Controller VLE MMU 8 KB I-Cache eDMA 64-ch. · Wide range of vehicles, from mid-size cars to large construction equipment Ext. Bus Interface · Engine control for 4 to 6 cylinder gasoline direct injection and direct diesel injection engines Power Architecture® e200z4 FlexRayTM Crossbar Switch Cal Bus Interface MPU Overview Analog PLL The Qorivva MPC564xA microcontroller 4 MB Flash delivers the performance and precision Voltage Regulator RCOSC Standby Regulator with Switch 192 KB SRAM XOSC needed for next-generation transmission control and engine management needs. Designed with the e200z4 dual-issue core ADCi ADC ADC DSPIx3 Temp Sens eSCIx3 such as transmissions. SIU required for high-temperature applications, FlexCANx3 performance while maintaining the low power SWT MPC564xA supports up to 300 DMIPS PIT core device, it uses less power. The Qorivva STM at the same performance level as a single- PMC same MHz. Consequently, when running CRC performance than single-issue cores at the eTPU2 32-ch. Nexus Class 1 BAM more instructions per cycle and with higher 3 KB Data RAM 14 KB Code RAM FMPLL instructions per clock cycle, enabling it to run eMIOS 24-ch. DTS the Qorivva MPC564xA can process two REACM built on Power Architecture® technology, AMux DEC x2 VGA The Qorivva MPC564xA's key features include a z4 core up to 150 MHz DSP capability, up to 4 MB of flash memory, 8 KB instruction Qorivva MPC564xA Product Family Product Performance Flash Timers ADC Package MPC5644A MPC5644A 80 MHz150 MHz 4 MB SRAM Communication 192 KB 2-ch. FlexRay 3-ch. FlexCAN 32-ch. eTPU 24-ch. eMIOS Up to 40-ch. 12-bit 324 TEPBGA 208 MAPBGA 176 LQFP MPC5643A MPC5643A 80 MHz150 MHz 3 MB 192 KB 2-ch. FlexRay 3-ch. FlexCAN 32-ch. eTPU 24-ch. eMIOS Up to 40-ch. 12-bit 324 TEPBGA 208 MAPBGA 176 LQFP MPC5642A MPC5642A 80 MHz150 MHz 2 MB 128 KB 2-ch. FlexRay 3-ch. FlexCAN 32-ch. eTPU 24-ch. eMIOS Up to 40-ch. 12-bit 324 TEPBGA 208 MAPBGA 176 LQFP cache, up to 192 KB SRAM, 32-channel eTPU2, optional FlexRayTM and on-board knock detection. This unique set of features makes the Qorivva MPC564xA ideal for lowering overall system cost, optimizing fuel economy, reducing emissions and improving shift control. The e200z4 core host processor is 100 percent user-mode compatible with the classic Power Architecture instruction set. The Qorivva MPC564xA also offers pin, System Challenges Support large calibration data sets and complex algorithms for precision tuning to reduce emissions and improve fuel economy. · Up to 4 MB flash increases design flexibility and permits multiple calibration data sets for ECU configuration during vehicle assembly. · FlexRay controller adds an additional high-speed communication channel for increased bandwidth and diagnostic reporting capability. · z4 dual-issue core delivers greater than 300 MIPS of computing power to quickly perform calculations. Transmission temperature environment requires low power to performance ratio. · High-performance z4 dual-issue core enables the MCU to execute two instructions simultaneously, which lowers operating frequency and reduces power consumption. · On-board junction temperature sensor monitors temperature through an analog-to-digital conversion, alerting the system if a high-temperature situation occurs. Current control of solenoids have a large presence in transmission applications. Existing solutions require custom ASIC devices to provide this functionality, however these have an associated system cost and offer limited flexibility. · The Reaction Module on the Qorivva MPC564xA performs closed loop current control of up to three outputs per channel, potentially providing control to 18 solenoids, with zero CPU loading. The flexibility of this module allows complex current waveforms to be created, such as dither, to meet the needs of a transmission application. This highly flexible feature can also reduce system cost by removing external ASICs, and replacing it with standard FET drivers. peripheral and tool compatibility with the 32-bit Qorivva MPC563xM devices to support design flexibility across architectures. Three package options allow developers to design applications that require different amounts of I/O. Package Options Part Number Temp Ranges (Ta) Package PPC5644AMVZ150 PPC5644AMVZ150 -40°C to +125°C 324 TEPBGA PPC5644AMMG150 PPC5644AMMG150 -40°C to +125°C 208 MAPBGA PPC5644AMLU150 PPC5644AMLU150 -40°C to +125°C 176 LQFP Qorivva MPC564xA Solution Transmission Control System Challenges Engine Control Challenges Kit Package XPC564AKIT324S XPC564AKIT324S The Qorivva MPC564xA is designed to work with the ECU to detect and correct knock by digitizing accelerometer (sound) inputs and filtering out frequencies of interest using fully parameterized hardware DSP filters. Resulting data is used to determine if knock is occurring, at which point the system compensates spark timing and injector pulse widths accordingly. · On-chip knock detection features, such as variable gain amplifiers, dual analog-to-digital converters and hardware DSP filters, hardware integrators, work in conjunction to minimize CPU loading and reduce system cost through elimination of external components. · Additional complex filtering, such as FFT, may be performed on the data using the on-board DSP capabilities of the software signal processing engine (SPE) which is built into the z4 dual-issue core. · Integrated sensor bias and a patented on-board diagnostic (OBD) test algorithm verify that sensors are active and functioning properly. · z4 dual-issue core delivers greater than 300 MIPS of computing power to quickly perform calculations. · 192 KB SRAM offers large amounts of accessible memory to store calculation results. · eTPU2 is a programmable 32-bit RISC micro capable of performing complex timing and I/O management independently of the CPU. · The Reaction Module on the Qorivva MPC564xA performs closed loop current control of up to three outputs per channel to create complex current waveforms with zero CPU loading. This highly flexible feature removes the requirement for an external ASIC, replacing it with standard FET drivers, whilst offering flexibility for the future. 208 MAPBGA (Pb-free) XPC564AKIT176S XPC564AKIT176S Requires the ability to detect and correct for engine knock in order to reduce emissions and optimize fuel economy. 324 TEPBGA (Pb-free) *XPC563MKIT208S XPC563MKIT208S · z4 dual-issue core delivers greater than 300 MIPS (150 MHz) of computing power to efficiently perform calculations. · 192 KB SRAM offers large amounts of accessible memory to store calculation results. · eTPU2 is a programmable 32-bit RISC micro capable of performing complex timing and I/O management independently of the CPU. To meet tightening emission regulations, complex closed loop current control is required to drive injectors. This is typically performed using an external ASIC device, which has an associated component and board cost, whilst potentially offering limited flexibility for the future. Development Tools Requires very complex calculations to: 1. Provide precise combustion control 2. Run model-based strategies and autocode with multiple spark and fuel pulses 3. Optimize variable cam timing and exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) to achieve greater efficiency, lower emissions, eliminate knocking and reduce carcinogenic particulate matter in direct injection engines 176 LQFP (Pb-free) Note: EVB kit comes with motherboard and adapter * MPC564xA is pin compatible with MPC563xM, hence they share the same tool kit in 208MAP 208MAP and 176QFP 176QFP package configuration. Learn More: Freescale, the Freescale logo and CodeWarrior are trademarks of Freescale Semiconductor, Inc., Reg. U.S. Pat. & Tm. Off. Qorivva is a trademark of Freescale Semiconductor, Inc. The Power Architecture and Power.org word marks and the Power and Power.org logos and related marks are trademarks and service marks licensed by Power.org. All other product or service names are the property of their respective owners. © 2005, 2010 Freescale Semiconductor, Inc. Document Number: MPC564xAFS REV 1 For current information about Freescale Qorivva products and documentation, please visit freescale.com/Qorivva.