IGLOO FPGAs by Actel/Microsemi

The ultra-low power IGLOO family of flash FPGAs is designed to be used in battery-powered portable devices.

The power consumption is @5 µW and the voltage from 1.2V to 1.5V.

Actel IGLOO Flash*Freeze

Actel IGLOO Flash*Freeze

Flash*Freeze Mode is the technology used in IGLOO devices that enables easy entry and exit from ultra-low power mode (2 µW) while retaining SRAM and register data.

Low-power applications that require 32-bit processing can use the ARM® Cortex™-M1 processor without license fee or royalties in M1 IGLOO devices.

The IGLOO family includes:

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