What is Struix™?

Miniaturization | Lower Development Costs | Improved Design Flexibility | Ultra-Low-Power 32-bit Microprocessor (ULPMC10) | Customizable Analog Front-Ends (AFE) and Drivers

Struix chipMeaning “stacked” in Latin, Struix is a semi-customizable System-in-Package (SiP) solution for precision-sensing medical applications. Struix uses advanced die stacking technology to integrate a custom-designed analog front-end (AFE) on top of an industry-leading 32-bit microprocessor (ULPMC10), forming a complete miniature system.

By using standard and customizable components, Struix offers manufacturers the “best of both worlds”. The solution provides the design flexibility required to create unique medical sensor interface applications, while improving time-to-market and cost-effectiveness.

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Miniaturization


Lower Development Costs


Improved Design Flexibility


Ultra-Low-Power 32-bit Microprocessor (ULPMC10)

  • Operating power of less than 200 uA per MHz, up to 5 MHz (ULPMC10 can operate at higher frequencies up to 30 MHz but at a slightly higher current)
  • 512 kB on-chip flash for program and user data storage
  • 24 kB on-chip SRAM memory

    ULPMC10

Customizable Analog Front-Ends (AFE) and Drivers

MosquitoAFE

Example Interface Applications
Potentiostat Interface
ISFET Interface
Conductimetric Interface
On-chip Temperature Sensor
ECG Input Buffer
Instrumentation Amplifier

Engagement Model

  1. Connect
    Contact your local ON Semiconductor Sales Support Office to discuss your project needs.
  2. Research
    Familiarize yourself with Struix and the ULPMC10 microprocessor. Determine if the Struix approach would benefit your project.
  3. Development
    ON Semiconductor will work with customers through all stages of a project - from defining AFE/driver specifications, to prototyping and evaluation, and production of the final Struix-based device.