XMC1000 microcontrollers bring together the ARM Cortex-M0 core and market proven and differentiating peripherals in a leading-edge 65nm manufacturing process. XMC1000 is the number one choice to bring traditional 8-bit designs to the next level.
With XMC4000 Infineon combines its leading-edge peripheral set with an industry-standard ARM Cortex-M4 core. Featuring Infineon’s powerful peripheral set, configurable to specific application requirements, XMC4000 is the ultimate choice for today’s industrial control solutions. This family is designed to tackle the imminent challenges of improving energy efficiency, supporting advanced communication protocols, and reducing time-to-market. Family members operate even in high-temperature environments of up to 125 ℃, granting you access to their exceptional performance in all corners of your system. The XMC4000 family is fully supported in Keil MDK Version 5.
Supported Microcontroller Devices
Currently, the following Infineon devices are supported in MDK:
8051 and C166 Devices
Keil has a long history supporting Infineon microcontroller families and provides industry leading tools for XC800 and XC166/XC2000.
The Infineon C500, C800, and XC800 devices provide unique features found in few other 8051-compatible devices. These devices are fully supported by Keil C51 Development Tools.
Infineon 16-bit devices offer a rich portfolio, with enhanced features and computing performance for real-time embedded control applications. OCDS (on-chip debugging system) is available on many devices and is supported by the Keil ULINK2 USB Debug Adapter. These devices are fully supported by Keil C166 Development Tools.