PowerPC e200

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The PowerPC e200 is a family of 32-bit CPU cores developed by Freescale for embedded in SoCs targeted at automotive and industrial control system markets1.

The e200z7 is used in the MPC5775B/E SoCs2, as shown in ERROR: fig-e200z7-used-in-mpc5775b-mcu-annotated REF NOT FOUND.

The e200z7 core used in the MPC5775B/E MCUs[^nxp-mpc5775b-mcus-for-bms-and-inverters].

The e200z7 core used in the MPC5775B/E MCUs2.


  1. Wikipedia (2022, Jul 11). PowerPC e200. Retrieved 2024-04-03, from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PowerPC_e200↩︎

  2. NXP. MPC5775B and MPC5775E Microcontrollers for Battery Management Systems (BMS) and Inverter Applications. Retrieved 2024-04-03, from https://www.nxp.com/products/processors-and-microcontrollers/power-architecture/mpc5xxx-microcontrollers/ultra-reliable-mpc57xx-mcus/mpc5775b-and-mpc5775e-microcontrollers-for-battery-management-systems-bms-and-inverter-applications:MPC5775B-E↩︎ ↩︎


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