[sdiy] NXP Kinetis

Mike Bryant mbryant at futurehorizons.com
Wed Mar 1 17:17:55 CET 2023

STM32H7B0 seems to be the current preferred M7 device.  Just bought a load the other day.

The H730 and H750 seem to still be difficult, presumably because of the higher clocking speed needing a different process, but the H7B0 is 98% pin compatible with them.

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Sent: 01 March 2023 16:08
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Subject: Re: [sdiy] NXP Kinetis

STM32 available??  I'm trying to find a reasonably-priced, stocked, STM32 for a larger TFT LCD project and anything with FSMC, FMC or LTDC peripherals built in is either crazy expensive or AWOL. The newer lower capability parts I can find, but nothing with more horse power. It's so bad I'm looking at Nuvoton, Holtek, and even ESP32.

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Subject: Re: [sdiy] NXP Kinetis

Do you mean the ARM M4 based range ?   That's on the same process as their automotive MCUs and the EU more or less told them to direct all capacity to those.

Some of their other ranges are available though, but if porting then the STM devices seem most available, whilst Infineon are just forget it.

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Subject: [sdiy] NXP Kinetis

Does anyone know what's happening with NXP's Kinetis range of ARM-based

They've been unavailable for nearly 3 years and supplier delivery dates
suggest that's going to persist for another year.  It looks like NXP have
thrown its Kinetis users under the bus!?

I'm just wondering if anyone else is patiently waiting with fingers crossed,
or just expecting them to be EOL'd any day now :(


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