Overview of the RX210 Group
The first product in the RX200 Series
The RX210 Group has a wide operating voltage range of 1.62 V to 5.5 V and can execute calculations at 78 DMIPS (Dhrystone million instructions per second) at up to 50 MHz high-speed operation. Furthermore, it achieves 0.2 mA/MHz low power performance when operating at 50 MHz. Consumption current in deep software standby mode is a mere 0.45 µA. A wide lineup of 48 KB to 1 MB ROM and 48-pin to 145-pin products is available.
The main specifications of the RX210 microcontrollers are as follows.
|CPU||Max. 50 MHz （1.56 DMIPS/MHz, max. approx. 78 DMIPS）|
|Operating voltage||1.62 V to 5.5 V|
|Memory||ROM: 64 KB to 1 MB |
RAM: 12 KB to 96 KB
Data flash: 8 KB
|Safety functions||Clock frequency accuracy measurement circuit (CAC), data operation circuit (DOC), independent watchdog timer (IWDTa), ADC self-diagnostic function/disconnection-detection function, CRC calculator (CRC)|
|Peripheral functions||Event link controller (ELC), multifunction pin controller (MPC), three-phase motor control timer (MTU2), 12-bit A/D converter (S12ADb)|
|Pin count/packages||LQFP 64(Under Development), 80pin, LFQFP 48, 64, 80, 100, 144|
TFLGA 100, 145pin
|Smooth shift from existing product||Inherits pin arrangement of the M16C and the peripheral functions of the H8 and M16C, so smooth shift from existing product is possible|
Memory vs. Package Lineup
A package lineup ranging from 48 to 145 pins is planned, and we plan to support small packages such as QFN and LGA sequentially.
RX210 Group Block Diagram
RX210 Group Specifications
|CPU core||RX CPU
|Maximum operating frequency||50 MHz|
|Power supply voltage||1.62 to 5.5V|
|Flash ROM (for program storage)||max. 1 MB|
|Flash ROM (for data storage)||8 KB|
|RAM||max. 96 KB|
|On-chip peripheral functions||Transfer functions||
|On-chip debugging function||Available (with trace function)|
|Low power consumption modes||4 modes
In terms of on-chip memory, the product lineup plans to cover up to 1 MB of flash memory, 96 KB of RAM, and 8 KB of E2 data flash. Functions for improved usability include an event link controller (ELC) for activating a peripheral module from another peripheral module without passing through an intermediary CPU, and a multifunction pin controller (MPC) enabling flexible selection of function for pins that have been allocated a variety of functions.
Powerful peripheral functions, such as a 12-bit AD converter with a conversion time of 1 µs and MTU2, which is capable of a variety of PWM control, are built in.
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