Rhomb.io S300 Master Module S7G2

The S300 Socket is designed to bring all the posibilities of a hig-end processor to the modularity. Up to 300 Signals with diferent buses like SPI, I2C, UART, SDIO, QSPI, PWM, ADC, GPIO and Other kind of Buses.

This module can Fit in all the PCB Class 2 and Class 3 with S100/S200 and S300

High Performance

The Renesas Synergy™ S7 Series sets a new standard in performance, connectivity and superior security features. S7 Series MCUs give IoT and embedded developers new design options, particularly when their product requires large on-chip SRAM and Flash memories, needs to handle multiple high-speed secure connectivity channels simultaneously, drives a stunning color display, performs precision control operations, or senses analog signals with high accuracy.

Technology Differentiation

What Makes the S7 Series stand out is the largest on-chip Flash memory size in the industry for general purpose microcontrollers at 4 MB. S7 Series MCUs have ample space for complex application code or for complete memory redundancy to enable fail-safe in-field updates of the firmware. Memory benefits continue with zero wait-state fast SRAM that can be used for on-chip graphic display buffers and for high-speed communication packets, or for intense high-speed calculations to put lots of performance where it’s needed in embedded designs. It does not stop there. Extensive hardware acceleration for symmetric and asymmetric cryptography and HASH algorithms plus secure key generation and storage makes the S7 a leader in the industry for enabling the design of secure IoT devices. Finally, multiple high-speed connectivity channels with multi-layer internal busses can operate simultaneously with the graphics engine that drives a variety of vibrant color TFTLCD panels up to WVGA resolution.

Typical End Applications

Human Machine Interface, power conversion, security surveillance, communication infrastructure, industrial automation, consumer electronics, PLC, data concentrator.

  • 40-nm high-performance process
  • Operating temp. range: -40°C to 105°C
  • GPIO pins: up to 172
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