ARM MCU plays voice over a buzzer: Page 2 of 2

July 31, 2020 //By Nick Flaherty
ARM MCU plays voice over a buzzer
Epson's S1C31D51 32bit ARM Cortex-M0+ controller with dedicated hardware plays voice over a low cost buzzer or voice and music on a speaker

Product number

 S1C31D51

CPU core

CPU core ARM Cortex-M0+ 32-bit RISC processor

Flash memory

192 kB (for both programs and sound data)

RAM

10 kB (22 kB when not playing audio)

HW processor

Sound playback (original Epson format, 15.625 kHz sampling rate, 2-channel mixing, voice speed conversion)

Self-memory check function (built-in Flash & RAM, external QSPI-Flash)

Sound DAC

Sampling rate: 15.625 kHz, mono

Serial interfaces

UART, SPI, and I2C: 3 channels each. QSPI: 1 channel

A/D converter

8 inputs, max. (12-bit successive-approximation ADC)

Supply voltage detector

32 level (1.7 V – 4.3 V)

DMA

4 channels (memory ⇔ memory, memory ⇔ peripheral)

Resistor to Frequency Converter(RFC)

1-channel, low-resistance sensor A-D conversion, CR oscillation with 24-bit counters

Infrared remote controller

1 channel (can be used to generate EL lamp driving waveforms)

Timers

16-bit timer (8 channels), 16-bit PWM (2 channels), watchdog timer (WDT), real-time clock (RTC)

Power supply voltage

Guaranteed operating range: 1.8 V - 5.5 V

SPI-Flash interface voltage

3.3 V (3.0 V – 3.6 V)

Operating frequency

16 MHz (VD1 voltage mode: mode 0)
1.8 MHz (VD1 voltage mode: mode 1)

Power consumption*2

RUN: 243 uA/MHz (VD1 voltage mode: mode 0)
RUN: 155 uA / 1 MHz (VD1 voltage mode: mode 1)
SLEEP: 0.46 uA, RTC mode: 0.95 uA

I/O ports

Max. 91
Of which up to 32 may be universal port multiplexers (UPMUX)

Packages

P-TQFP048-0707-0.50 (pin pitch: 0.5 mm)
P-LQFP064-1010-0.50 (pin pitch: 0.5 mm)
P-TQFP080-1212-0.50 (pin pitch: 0.5 mm)
P-LQFP100-1414-0.50 (pin pitch: 0.5 mm)

More details are at global.epson.com/products_and_drivers/semicon/products/micro_controller/armcore/index.html

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