Renesas Synergy S Family on Rhomb.io

New Manufacturer was Added to rhomb.io ecosystem, the Renesas Synergy Family is now available on Enginering Testing Samples.

With a wide range of performance and features, Renesas Synergy™ microcontrollers (MCUs) can meet the scalability, power consumption, and performance needs of nearly any end-product using embedded system control. Designed for the rapidly expanding IoT market, Renesas Synergy™ MCUs have features built-in to ease connectivity, establish rock-solid security, ensure dependable safety and create human-machine interfaces.

Renesas has developed four series of MCUs for use in end-products ranging from small mobile devices to larger, high performance calculation intensive applications. The Renesas Synergy™ MCUs in each series are all part of the same family and are feature and pin compatible, allowing easy scalability and code reuse from one device to another. At the moment only the S7, S5 and S3 are under S300 Rhomb.io Socket

Rhomb.io S300 Socket is the selected option to implement into the system and of course is compatible with all the system with S100 and S200.

The new devices added are:

 Rhomb.io S300 High Performance

Core Frequency
200-300 MHz

Blazing fast processor core plus secure connectivity and industry-leading large memory sizes opens up developers’ design options for connected IoT applications, breaking through limitations previously faced by developers and engineering teams.

 Rhomb.io S300 High Performance

Core Frequency
100-200 MHz

A secure connectivity suite, large memory and serial memory expansion, high-accuracy analog, TFTLCD graphics with 2D engine and many built-in safety functions make S5 Series MCUs ready for extremely capable embedded control applications across the board.

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 Rhomb.io S300 High Performance

Core Frequency
32-100 MHz

Enhanced CPU processing power, secure connectivity, advanced analog and timing control, safety self-test features, segment LCD and capacitive touch control, all built on a very low power silicon process are prime ingredients for smart IoT sensors and localized control.

 

By | 2017-10-30T13:26:47+00:00 October 30th, 2017|Categories: General|0 Comments

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