32-bit, Low-Power Processor at an 8-bit Cost
The Cortex-M processor series is designed to enable developers to create cost-sensitive and power-constrained solutions for a broad range of devices. It provides a range of scalable, energy-efficient, and easy-to-use processors designed to meet the needs of tomorrow’s smart and connected embedded applications. The Cortex-M0+ processor has the smallest footprint and lowest power requirements of all the Cortex-M processors. The low-power processor is suitable for a wide variety of applications, including sensors and wearables.
Sensors in wearables that provide constant monitoring require a long battery life combined with a small silicon footprint. Ultra-low power consumption and compact code makes Cortex-M0+ ideal for use in wearables for healthcare, fitness, and more.
Find out how Cortex-M0+ can enhance your product’s energy efficiency while keeping costs low.
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