FT900 – flexible bridge between interfaces


ft900

FT900 – flexible bridge between interfaces

Advantages/features

  1. FT32 high performance, 32 bit RISC core, running at frequency up to 100MHz.
  2. True Zero Wait state operation memory up to 100MHz if program runs from shadow RAM.
  3. USB 2.0 high speed (480 MBit/s) EHCI compliant host, battery charging support.
  4. USB 2.0 high speed (480 MBit/s) device controller with battery charge detection.
  5. Ethernet controller with on-chip 10/100BASE-TX Ethernet transceiver and Media Access Control (MAC).
  6. SD host controller compatible to standard specification V3.0.
  7. MIPI Alliance compatible camera parallel interface (CPI).
  8. I2S Master/Slave Interface (24,576/22,5792 MHz) for external codec.
  9. Eight separate PWM channel outputs with support for PCM 8-bit/16-bit stereo audio output.
  10. Two CAN controllers support CAN protocol 2.0 parts A & B, data rate is up to 1 Mbit/s.
  11. Standard peripherals (single, dual or quad mode SPI master, SPI slave, UART, I2C, ADC,

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FT900 is 32bit RISC MCU developed for high speed, interface bridging tasks.

  FT900 provides a large amount of connectivity options. To name only a few, FT900 can:

● process data from parallel camera input and send them via Ethernet
● transform data from camera to create bitmap compatible with FT8xx (EVE) and send it through SPI to display
● collect and process data from available interfaces and store them to SD card
● communicate with wireless modules connected to SPI or UART and send data through Ethernet, USB or CAN interface
● play music stored on SD card by using of external codec connected to I2S interface.

Software development is supported by:
● GNU Tool chain (GCC compiler, binary utilities, GDB debugger) integrated with Eclipse IDE with C/C++ plugin (CDT)
● UMFTPD2A debugger/programmer (1-wire debugging seamless compatible with GDB)

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