Evaluation Board iC-MCB

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Article description

iC-MCB EVAL MCB1D is the evaluation board for evaluating, testing, and measuring of iC-MCB QFN16. PC software and the additional MB3U-I2C USB adapter enable a simple and fast evaluation. Predefined functions (e.g. 24-bit counter and 12-bit ADC) are implemented on the on-board MCU to get an impression about the functionality of iC-MCB. For own application development and testing an external controller can be connected via SPI.

Product description

iC-MCB is a bridge component suitable to implement BiSS C and SSI slave functionality into any sensor technology and platform.
Full BiSS C protocol functionality including sensor data transmission, register accesses and bus connections is supported. Sensor data is provided by a host MCU via SPI or automatically requested from sensors via the Fast Sensor Interface. The integrated RS422 transceiver enables BiSS point-to-point encoder applications with a maximum clock rate of 10 MHz.


  • BiSS C protocol support
  • SSI protocol support
  • On-chip RS422 transceiver
  • Single cycle data buffer of 64 byte organized in multiple banks for simultaneous access
  • Built-in control communication
  • BiSS bus structure capable
  • SPI slave interface for sensor data provided by microcontroller
  • Fast Sensor interface for sensor data acquisition from an SPI slave device
  • BiSS safety related features (16 bit CRC + CRC start value)
  • BiSS timeout: adaptive, 2 μs, 20 μs
  • SSI protocol support
  • Operation from 3.0 V to 5.5 V
  • Operating temperature range of -40°C to +125°C
  • Space-saving 16-pin QFN package


  • BiSS C and SSI slave implementation
  • Multiple sensor devices
  • Encoder, torque sensor, inclinometer, acceleration sensor
  • Safety light curtain
  • Diagnosis extension
  • Condition monitoring extension
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