The RCM80 is a Raptor general-purpose control module with four CAN buses, one LIN Master/Slave and configurable discrete inputs and outputs including analog inputs, frequency inputs, a wake input, high- and low-side driver outputs, and temperature sensor inputs.
The RCM80 is one of the Raptor rugged production controllers that use a software development process based upon MATLAB/Simulink, Raptor-Dev. Raptor-Dev significantly speeds up algorithm development by using automatic integration and code generation. In addition, developers can quickly test application software using simulation and automated testing.
IO Pinout Spreadsheet Template
S32 Design Studio for Power Architecture v2.1
Please reference the following document to download and install the free compiler from NXP's website.
To obtain the CAD file for the RCM80 enclosure, please submit a ticket on our support portal requesting access.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
The most up-to-date ECU information is found on the support portal.
Q: What is new with the RCM80-2304?
A: The RCM80-2304 is a Production unit and a continuous improvement of the RCM80-2203 design. There is provision for population options (per a contract supply agreement) for a variable resistance output intended to control a fuel level gauge, as well as general improvements to the overall stability of the device, reduction in sleep current, and improved reliability of current control loop capabilities. The RCM80-2304 also supports the ability for the MCU to hold the device awake even if all other wake sources have been set to "off (0)".