Kinetis K Series MCUs
   

Kinetis K Series MCUs


Freescale's Kinetis K series MCU portfolio includes more than 600 compatible low-power, high-performance 32-bit MCUs built on the ARM® Cortex®-M4 core. This series is designed for scalable performance, integration, connectivity, communications, HMI and security and offers additional features for exceptional integration with multiple fast 16-bit analog-to-digital converters (ADCs), digital-to-analog converters (DACs) and a programmable-gain amplifier (PGA), along with powerful, cost-effective signal conversion, conditioning and control. These MCU families are performance efficient, offer industry-leading low power, and provide significant BOM savings through the smart on-chip integration.

The K series MCU portfolio is supported by the most-comprehensive set of development tools and software. The enablement package includes Freescale's Tower System development platform, Freescale Freedom platform development, Kinetis Software Dvelopment Kit (SDK), MQX RTOS, Processor Expert auto code generator, and Kinetis Design Studio software, as well as broad support from IAR Systems, KEIL, Green Hills and other partners.

The Kinetis K series MCUs are included in Freescale's Energy Efficient Solutions and Product Longevity programs.

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Experience K2: The Next Generation of Kinetis Solutions

Experience K2: The Next Generation of Kinetis Solutions

With more than 900 ARM Powered® MCUs in its portfolio, the next generation of Kinetis solutions builds on its strong history of scalability and innovation paired with an even more expansive enablement toolset.

K2 — the next generation of Kinetis solutions brings you a comprehensive set of software and development tools with next-generation devices offering optimized performance and power efficiency with industry-leading low dynamic power consumption and best-in-class flexible low-power modes.


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