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STM32H563/573

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The STM32H563 and STM32H573 microcontrollers extend the STM32 high performance portfolio. They offer enhanced performance and security, better power efficiency, and more embedded peripherals.

The STM32H563/573 product lines provide 1 to 2 Mbytes of flash memory, 640 Kbytes of SRAM. They come in 64- to 176-pin packages, including BGA, VFQFN68, WLCSP80, and LQFP profiles.

These lines are based on the Arm® Cortex®-M33 core with TrustZone® for Armv8-M, digital signal processing (DSP), and floating‐point unit (FPU) running up to 250 MHz with an optional extended ambient temperature range up to 125°C.

  • Performance:

    At 250 MHz, the STM32H563/573 MCUs deliver 375 DMIPS and a 1023 CoreMark performance score, executing from the flash memory, with 0-wait states using ST’s ART Accelerator.

    • Embedded peripherals
      • Up to 34 communication peripherals including:
      • I3C interface
      • FDCAN
      • USB 2.0 full-speed host and device
      • USB Type-C®/USB Power Delivery
      • Ethernet MAC
      • Camera interface
      • Easily extendable memory range using either:
      • the flexible memory controller with a 16-bit parallel interface
      • the OCTOSPI serial flash memory interface
    • Multiple 16- and 32-bit timers
    • Security:
      STM32H573 MCUs include the following additional security features:
      • Secure Manager:
      • First STM32 MCU with secure trusted execution environment (TEE) software
      • Compatible with TF-M PSA APIs
      • Offering turnkey security services such as cryptography, secure key and data storage, and attestation
    • PSA Level 3 and SESIP3 certified
    • TrustZone® mechanism for runtime code isolation
    • TRNG FIPS SP800-90B compliant, target CMVP entropy validation certification
    • Secure Key storage with hardware unique key (HUK)
    • Secure firmware install (SFI) to authenticate and protect software IP during initial programming
    • Debug access controlled by ECDSA-P256 authentication
    • ST-iRoT: Preconfigured immutable root of trust, with secure boot, firmware update, serial loader, and secure debug mechanisms
    • Power efficiency
    • Embedded switched-mode power supply (SMPS) to scale down the supply voltage.
    • 61 µA/MHz typical at VDD = 3.3 V (drain power voltage) and 25°C in run mode (peripherals off) with SMPS option
    • 51 µA typically in stop mode with full RAM retention (low-power mode)
    • 3.5 µA typically in standby mode (low-power mode)
    • 776 nA typically in VBAT (battery voltage mode) with RTC (low-power mode)

Applications:

  • Programmable logic controllers (PLC)
  • Industrial motor control
  • Pumps and compressors
  • Air conditioner
  • Refrigerators and freezers
  • Central alarm system
  • Washing machines
  • Keyboard
  • Smartphones
  • IoT tags and tracking devices
  • Industrial communication
  • Lighting controls
  • Digital power
  • CPAP and respirators
  • Dialysis machines
  • Pills distributors
  • Powered patient beds

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The STM32H563/573 MCUs enrich the STM32 product portfolio with more performance, additional peripherals, and a higher memory integration.

Benefits

  • More design freedom for developers
  • Reduced time to market
  • Performance in space-constrained IoT devices
  • Simplified connectivity solution for smart home devices
    • Scalable security to address every need:
    • From the most essential security building blocks to fully certified services maintained by ST
    • Trusted execution environment (TEE), the Secure Manager, ensures MCU protection
  • Optimized cost/performance trade-off based on ST’s optimized 40 nm process technology
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