Recently, Geehy APM32E103/APM32F072 series MCUs have successfully passed IEC 60730 safety standard. It provides IEC 60730 safety class B library to effectively ensure the safe operation of embedded control hardware and software for household appliances while reducing the time and cost invested in the certification process for end products.
About IEC 60730
Electronic applications often require MCUs to perform various self-tests to circumvent unexpected hardware failures during product operation and thus improve their reliability. Appendix H of IEC 60730, issued by the International Electrotechnical Commission, regulates various technical measures for embedded control software and hardware of most consumer electrical devices, which can effectively control random hardware failures and avoid potential risks due to systemic failures.
IEC 60730 Functional Safety Design Package
Powered by Arm® Cortex®-M3 core, the APM32E103 series MCU is Geehy’s first E-series enhanced MCU, which is based on the performance of APM32F103×E, with 120MHz high frequency, Flash 512KB, SRAM 128KB and optimized multiple interfaces. Its enhanced storage space meets the needs of users for more development applications.
Based on Arm® Cortex®-M0+ core, the APM32F072 series MCU operates at 48MHz frequency, 128KB Flash, and 16KB SRAM; supports full-speed USB2.0 without external crystal; built-in HDMI CEC allows efficient control of multiple types of CEC audio and video devices; built-in TSC touch sensor controller can accurately identify touch input commands in different usage scenarios.
Complete functional safety ecosystem
Following the IEC 61508 functional safety certification in the industrial control field and the AEC-Q100 qualification in the automotive electronics field, Geehy has passed the ISO 26262 functional safety management system certification on September 20, which marks that it has established a complete functional safety ecosystem and can provide users with stable, reliable, safe and controllable quality products and services!