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Based on Arm® Cortex®-M0+ core with embedded 12-bit DAC and programmable comparator, the APM32F072xBT7 automotive-grade MCUs can provide cost-effective USB solution without external crystal and support USB and CAN working simultaneously, which is conducive to expanding application scenarios in industrial control and automotive electronics. With up to 18 capacitive sensing channels, users do not need to add a dedicated touch chip, it can work with proximity, touch keys, linear or rotary sensors to provide capacitive touch sensing. Hardware supports HDMI CEC, which can meet the advanced control requirements of audio and video intelligent terminal devices and is applicable to a variety of car terminals, helping customers to expand more automotive scenarios. Certified AEC-Q100, it has been widely used in blind spot detection, alarm, car OBC charger, car central control, car recorder and car audio and video system.



  • Arm® Cortex®-M0+

  • Operates at frequency of 48MHz

  • Built-in CRC and RTC

  • DMAs-7


  • Flash: 128KB

  • SRAM: 16KB

Power Supply and Reset

  • Operating voltage range: 2.0V~3.6V

  • Built-in POR/PDR

  • Supports programmable voltage detector

  • Supports sleep, stop and standby modes


  • 16/32-bit universal timer: 5/1

  • 16-bit advanced timer: 1

  • 16-bit basic timer: 2

  • Watchdog timer: 2

  • SysTick: 1

Analog Peripherals

  • 12-bit ADC: 1; external channels: 16

  • 12-bit DAC: 1; dual channel: 1

  • Analog Comparator: 2

  • Capacitive sensing channels: 18


  • 51 I/Os

  • Mappable on external interrupt vectors


  • UART: 4

  • I2C: 2

  • SPI: 2

  • I2S: 2

  • USB: 1; without external crystal

  • CAN: 1

  • HDMI CEC: 1

Debug Mode

  • SWD


  • LQFP64

Documents &Development Tools

Data Sheet
User Manual
Development Board

Geehy Development Boards (including MiniBoard and EvalBoard) are equipped with everything you need to evaluate the APM32 microcontroller. Each kit comes with a variety of pins broken out to 2.54mm headers, USB type B connection, USART connection (DB9) , push buttons, accessible boot pins, and a JTAG/SWD interface for programming. 

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