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  Part number Group Manufacturer Core Variant Freq. Wireless Frequency Flash/ROM Package
MC9S08DN60 MC9S08DN S08 40MHz None 60032 QFP64, QFP48
MC9S08DN32 MC9S08DN S08 40MHz None 33792 QFP64, QFP48
MC9S08DN16 MC9S08DN S08 40MHz None 16896 QFP64, QFP48, LGFP32
MC9S08DV60 MC9S08DV S08 40MHz None 60032 QFP64, QFP48
MC9S08DV48 MC9S08DV S08 40MHz None 49152 QFP64, QFP48
MC9S08DV32 MC9S08DV S08 40MHz None 33792 QFP64, QFP48
MC9S08DV16 MC9S08DV S08 40MHz None 16896 QFP64, QFP48, LGFP32
MC9S08DZ96 MC9S08DZ S08 40MHz None 98304 QFP100, QFP64, QFP48
MC9S08DZ128 MC9S08DZ S08 40MHz None 131072 QFP100, QFP64, QFP48
MC9S08DZ60 MC9S08DZ S08 40MHz None 60032 QFP64, QFP48
MC9S08DZ48 MC9S08DZ S08 40MHz None 49152 QFP64, QFP48
MC9S08DZ32 MC9S08DZ S08 40MHz None 33792 QFP64, QFP48
MC9S08DZ16 MC9S08DZ S08 40MHz None 16896 QFP64, QFP48, LGFP32

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Connect with CAN. Drive big ideas with the S08D family of microntrollers.

The S08D family can help save cost, power, board space and development time with embedded controller area network (CAN), EEPROM and on-chip emulation/debug. Freescale´s 8-bit MC9S08D family of microcontrollers (MCUs) is the latest addition to the popular S08 family and the first S08 with embedded MSCAN and EEPROM. The MC9S08D family offers 40 MHz of CPU performance using Freescale’s 0.25μ flash to push the boundaries of 8-bit into the range of 16-bit MCU performance. The 9S08D family, which includes the 9S08DZ60/48/32/16, 9S08DV60/48/32/16 and 9S08DN60/48/32/16, offers an upward migration path from Freescale’s 68HC05 and 68HC08 architectures for applications that need enhanced peripherals and higher performance at lower costs.

S08D Family Customer Benefits Cost and Board Space Savings

  • All on-chip components help to cut costs, save board space and improve quality by eliminating the need for external EEPROM, LVI circuit, voltage regulator, input/output (I/O) multiplexing, crystal, watchdog circuit, ADC and development tools.
  • Pin compatibility across DZ, DV and DN families and package scalability helps to eliminate the cost of I/O multiplexers and offers future expandability.

Development Time Savings

  • On-chip emulation/debug reduces development time since changes can be made onboard and in real time.
  • Increased RAM (up to 4 KB) provides C/C++ developers the required memory to create code quickly.
  • Commonality and familiarity of tools among S08D families helps to shorten development time.

Power Savings

  • S08 0.25μ technology exhibits lower power consumption and increased CPU performance when compared to its HC08 0.50μ technology predecessor. These improvements help to allow for more embedded content while maintaining a power budget.


Typical Applications for the S08D Family MCUs

An application focus area of the S08D family is network distributed control. The network in many cases is CAN, which is a serial, asynchronous, multi-master communication protocol for connecting electronic control modules in automotive and industrial applications. Operating as a serial bus network for microcontrollers, it connects devices, sensors and actuators in a system or sub-system for control applications. CAN offers data rates up to 1 Mbps and provides error confinement and detection to make it reliable in noise-critical environments.