Part Number: CY8C5888AXI-LP096

Manufacturer: Infineon Technologies

Description: IC MCU 32bit 256KB Flash 100TQFP

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Technical Specifications of CY8C5888AXI-LP096

Datasheet  CY8C5888AXI-LP096 datasheet
Category Integrated Circuits (ICs)
Family Embedded – Microcontrollers
Manufacturer Cypress Semiconductor Corp
Series PSOC? 5 CY8C58LP
Packaging Tray
Part Status Active
Core Processor ARM? Cortex?-M3
Core Size 32-Bit
Speed 80MHz
Connectivity CAN, I2C, LIN, SPI, UART/USART, USB
Peripherals CapSense, DMA, LCD, POR, PWM, WDT
Number of I/O 62
Program Memory Size 256KB (256K x 8)
Program Memory Type FLASH
EEPROM Size 2K x 8
RAM Size 64K x 8
Voltage – Supply (Vcc/Vdd) 1.71 V ~ 5.5 V
Data Converters A/D 1x20b, 2x12b, D/A 4x8b
Oscillator Type Internal
Operating Temperature -40°C ~ 85°C (TA)
Package / Case 100-LQFP
Supplier Device Package 100-TQFP (14×14)

CY8C5888AXI-LP096 General Description

The PSoC® 5LP is a real system-on-chip that can be programmed. It has a microprocessor, memory, and analog and digital peripherals that can be changed. The PSoC 5LP design makes things work better because it has a 32-bit Arm Cortex-M3 CPU with DMA controller and digital filter processor, up to 80 MHz, and the widest voltage range in the business. Programmable digital and analog I/O make it possible to run in different ways.

Almost any digital or analog external function can be assigned to any pin. PSoC devices have built-in controls that are made with a flexible system-on-chip framework. They have a microcontroller built in that runs analog and digital circuits that can be programmed. Using a PSoC device cuts down on design time, board space, power use, and the total cost of the system. It also improves the quality of the system.

Architectural Overview

We’d like to present the CY8C58LP family of low-power flash Programmable System-on-Chip (PSoC) devices that are compatible with the scalable PSoC 3/8 architecture. The analog, digital, and link building blocks for the CY8C58LP family are set up around a central processing unit (CPU). Integration of a central processing unit (CPU) with a flexible analog subsystem, digital subsystem, routing, and I/O makes it possible for consumer, industrial, and medical uses to have a high level of integration.


Each group of I/O pins gets its power from a separate VDDIO pin on the board. (VDDD is what gives the USBIOs their power.) PSoCs can control voltage using VDDIO pins. This means that level-changers that aren’t on the chip don’t matter as much as those that are.


● Arm Cortex-M3

Arm Cortex-M3 CPUs run the hardware of CY8C58LP. Harvard Design Labs’ low-power, 32-bit Cortex-M3 has a three-stage engine and can handle 1.25 DMIPS/MHz. Embedded programs need to be able to handle interrupts quickly.

● Cache Controller

Between the CPU and the flash memory, the CY8C58LP family has a 1 KB, 4-way set-associative instruction cache. This makes it faster to run instructions and uses less power because it needs to reach the flash less often.


● Static RAM

CY8C58LP Static RAM, or SRAM, is used to store data temporarily. The part of SRAM called the “code space” is where code can be run at full speed. When SRAM is above 0x20000000, this process takes longer. It comes with up to 64 KB of SRAM. All of the SRAM can be accessed by either the CPU or the DMA driver. The Cortex-M3 CPU and the DMA driver can both use the SRAM at the same time if they use different 32-KB blocks.

● Flash Security

All PSoC devices have a way to hide on-chip flash memory that can be changed to fit your needs. This makes it harder to copy or change private code. There are 256 bytes of program or data and 32 bytes of ECC or setup data in each block of flash memory. Each flash row can be protected in one of four ways.

External Memory Interface

The CY8C58LP provides an external memory interface (EMIF) for connecting to external memory devices. External memories can be read from and written to through the link. The EMIF works with I/O ports, UDBs, and other hardware to send external memory addresses and control data. At 33 MHz, each memory access cycle takes four bus clock cycles.

CY8C5888AXI-LP096 System Integration

● Clocking System

PSoC clocks are made, split, and sent out by the clocking device. Most systems don’t need a crystal on the outside. IMO and PLL can make an 80 MHz clock that is accurate to 1% in terms of voltage and temperature. With both internal and external clock sources, each design makes the most of accuracy, power, and cost. From any system clock source, like a UART baud rate generator, the 16-bit clock dividers and UDBs can make different clock frequencies. The generation and distribution of clocks are set up immediately by the graphical interface of the PSoC Creator IDE. Using what the system needs

It speeds up creation. PSoC Creator makes it easier to build clocking systems. The clock’s frequency and accuracy are set by the designer, and the software finds or makes a clock that works well. This is possible because PSoC can be programmed.

● Power System

The power system consists of separate digital, analog, and I/O supply pins, VDDD and VDDIOX, labeled VDDA, respectively. It also includes two internal 1.8 V regulators that provide the digital (VCCD) and analog (VCCA) supplies for the internal core logic.

● Digital Subsystem

The digitally programmable system uses combinations of standard and advanced digital peripherals as well as logic functions that are unique to the job at hand. After that, the peripherals and logic are linked to each other and to any pin on the device. This gives designers a lot of freedom and also protects IP. This article gives an overview of what the digital programmable system can do and how it works by going into depth about the system’s features. You don’t have to work directly with the hardware or registers of the programmable digital system in order to finish the job. PSoC Creator has a high-level graphical interface for capturing schematics, which lets you quickly place and route resources in a way that is similar to how PLDs do it.

● Analog Subsystem

The analog programmable system creates application-specific combinations of both standard and advanced analog signal processing blocks. These blocks are then interconnected to each other and to any pin on the device, providing a high level of design flexibility and IP security. Here, the functions of the analog subsystem are listed to give you an idea of what it can do and how it is built.

● Programming, debug interfaces, and resources

The Cortex-M3 has internal debugging components that are tightly integrated with the CPU, providing the following features: n JTAG or SWD access; n Flash Patch and Breakpoint (FPB) block for implementing breakpoints and code patches n Data Watchpoint and Trigger (DWT) block for implementing watchpoints, trigger resources, and system profiling Embedded Trace Macrocell (ETM) for instruction trace Instrumentation Trace Macrocell (ITM) for support of printf-style debugging PSoC devices includes extensive support for programming, testing, debugging, and tracing both hardware and firmware.

Four interfaces are available: JTAG, SWD, SWV, and TRACEPORT. JTAG and SWD support all programming and debugging features of the device. JTAG also lets you connect multiple JTAG devices to a single JTAG link and use standard JTAG scan chains for testing at the board level. The SWV and TRACEPORT provide trace output from the DWT, ETM, and ITM. Traceport is faster but uses more pins. SWV is slower but uses only one pin.


In conclusion, the PSoC® 5LP stands out as an exceptional ultra-low-power programmable system-on-chip that seamlessly integrates configurable analog and digital peripherals, memory, and a powerful microcontroller onto a single chip. Its robust architecture, powered by the 32-bit Arm Cortex-M3 core, DMA controller, and digital filter processor, delivers unparalleled performance and efficiency. The PSoC 5LP’s unique feature set includes flexible routing capabilities, allowing any analog or digital peripheral function to be assigned to any pin, and the ability to assign multiple protection levels to ensure secure operation. This remarkable versatility empowers designers to create highly customized solutions for a diverse range of consumer, industrial, and medical applications.

With reduced design time, optimized board space, lower power consumption, and enhanced system quality, the PSoC 5LP offers exceptional value and reliability. Whether you require fast interrupt handling features or seek to streamline your embedded control design, the PSoC 5LP is the ideal choice. Its advanced capabilities, combined with the user-friendly PSoC Creator IDE graphical interface, enable designers to unleash their creativity and bring innovative products to market quickly.

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