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CYPRESS SEMICONDUCTOR Excelon™ Ferroelectric-RAM (F-RAM) | Featured Product Spotlight

June 16, 2021 by Mouser Electronics

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Infineon’s Excelon™ Ferroelectric-RAM (F-RAM) is a next-generation F-RAM that delivers low-power, mission-critical, nonvolatile memory that combines ultra-low-power operation with high-speed interfaces, instant non-volatility, and an unlimited read/write cycle endurance. The Excelon™ offers a variety of options with three different families - Excelon™ LP, Excelon™ Ultra, and Excelon™ Auto.

Excelon™ F-RAM is ideal for data-logging memory for industrial, automotive, and medical applications with tight power and space requirements.  

The Excelon™ Ultra is ideal for industrial automation systems such as PLCs that require data logging memories to continuously log and instantly capture system state information and sensor data in the event of power loss. 

The Excelon™ Auto meets the stringent memory requirements of automotive systems such as instant and reliable data-capture in ADAS Vision Systems with an AEC-Q100 qualification and an ISO 26262, Functional-Safety-compliant memory, and robust performance at automotive operating temperatures from -40 °C to 125 °C. 

This device has multiple power-saving modes and inrush current control to minimize surge current on power-up and a sufficient nonvolatile memory density going up to 16Mb. 

For more information on the Excelon™ Ferroelectric-RAM (F-RAM) from Infineon Technologies, visit

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