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High-End Tablets And Payment Terminals

High-End Tablets And Payment Terminals

Overview

NXP provides full solutions to power high-end payment terminals. NXP is at the forefront of contact and contactless payment solutions and is a leader in providing security solutions for the banking and payment industries. Combining NXP's portfolio of microprocessors, microcontrollers, interface peripherals and connectivity solutions can help to create a feature rich and easy-to-use payment terminal or tablet solution.

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Recommended Products

Category NameMCU
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  • Arm® Cortex®-M4 core + DSP up to 150 MHz, 16 kB CPU CacheAdvanced public key crypto and tamper detection.
  • Low-power peripherals and DMA for continuous system operation in reduced power stat.
  • Ideal for entry level, highly secure POS terminals.
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Category NameNFC
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Highly integrated and cost-effective power conversion solution.

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Category NameSecure
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Category NamePeripheral
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Ultra-low-power, 1.8 V, 1 deg. C accuracy, digital temperature sensor with I2C bus interface | NXP 
  • Tiny WLCSP6 package
  • Accuracy: 0.5 °C from 0 °C to +85 °C
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  • Supply range: 1.8 V ± 0.15 V
  • Resolution: 12 bits
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