Memory and package lineups have been expanded from the RX610; USB, 12-bit A/D and other enhanced peripheral functions

 

With flash memory capacities from small to large and package pin counts from low to high, the RX630 Group can satisfy the demands of a variety of embedded devices. All the products of the RX630 Group are equipped with E2 data flash capable of 100,000 rewrites and enhanced peripheral functions with increased numbers of channels including timers, USB 2.0 function module, serial communication interface, I2C bus interface, CAN, 10-bit and 12-bit A/D converter, and 10-bit D/A converter. In particular, built-in features such as RTC with timestamp, temperature sensor, independent WDT, and POR/LVD enable the number of external parts to be reduced. We are also planning on releasing small packages such as LGA and BGA.

 

Key Features:

ITEM RX630
CPU core RX CPU
  • General registers: 32-bit x 16
  • Multiplier: 32-bit multiplier
  • Divider: Yes
  • Multiply-accumulator: Yes (two types: memory-to-memory operations and register-to-register operations)
  • Memory-protection unit (MPU)
Maximum operating frequency 100MHz
Power supply voltage 2.7 to 3.6V
Floating-point processing unit Single-precision floating-point processing unit
(Supports add/subtract/compare/multiply/divide and other instructions)
Program Flash Max. 2MB
Data Flash 32KB
SRAM Max. 128KB
On-chip peripheral functions
  • External bus: 176/145/144/100-pin: Yes; 80-pin: No
  • DMAC: 4 channels
  • Data transfer controller (DTC)
  • 16-bit multifunction timer pulse unit : 176/145/144-pin: 12 channels;
  • 100/80-pin: 6 channels
  • Multifunction timer pulse unit 2: 6 channels
  • Port output enable 2
  • Programmable pulse generator: Max. 32-bit output
  • 8-bit timer: 4 channels
  • Compare match timer: 4 channels
  • Real-time clock (RTC)
  • Watchdog timer
  • Independent watchdog timer
  • Serial communication interface (SCIc): 176/145/144-pin: 12 channels; 100-pin: 8 channels; 80-pin: 5 channels
  • Serial communication interface (SCId)
  • I2C bus interface: 176/145/144-pin: 4 channels; 100/80-pin: 2 channels
  • Serial peripheral interface (RSPI): 176/145/144-pin:3 channels: 100/80-pin:2 channels
  • USB 2.0 full-speed (function)
  • CAN*: Over 144-pin & Flash Over 1.5MB: 3 channels; Over 144-pin & Flash Under 1.0MB, 100-pin & Flash Over 768KB: 2 channels; 100-pin & Flash Under 512MB, 80-pin: 1 channel
  • 12-bit A/D converter: 176/145/144-pin: 21 channels; 100-pin: 14 channels;
  • 80-pin: 11 channels
  • 10-bit A/D converter: 176/145/144/ 100-pin: 8 channels; 80-pin: 4 channels
  • 10-bit D/A converter: 176/145/144-pin: 2 channels; 100/80-pin: 1 channel
  • Temperature sensor
  • CRC calculator
  • Power-on reset circuit (POR)
  • Voltage detection circuit (LVD)
On-chip debugging function Yes (176/145/144-pin: with trace function; 100/80-pin: without trace function)
Low power consumption modes 4 modes
  • Sleep mode
  • All-module clock stop mode
  • Software standby mode
  • Deep software standby mode
Packages PLQP0080KB-A (80-pin LFQFP, 12 x 12mm 0.5mm pitch)
PLQP0100KB-A (100-pin LFQFP, 14 x 14mm 0.5mm pitch)
PTLG0100KA-A (100-pin TFLGA, 5.5x5.5mm 0.5mm pitch)
PLQP0144KA-A (144-pin LFQFP, 20 x 20mm 0.5mm pitch)
PTLG0145KA-A (145-pin TFLGA, 7 x 7mm 0.5mm pitch)
PLQP0176KB-A (176-pin LFQFP, 24 x 24mm 0.5mm pitch)
PLBG0176GA-A (176-pin LFBGA, 13 x 13mm 0.5mm pitch)
PTLG0177KA-A (177-pin TFLGA, 8 x 8mm 0.5mm pitch)

*part name differs between with CAN/without CAN versions.

Pin Count / Memory Size Lineup:

Program Flash
SRAM

2MB
128KB
   
1.5MB
128KB
   
1MB
96KB
   
768KB
96KB
   
512KB
64KB
         
384KB
64KB
         
Pins
Package
80
LFQFP
100
LFQFP
100
TFLGA
144
LFQFP
145
TFLGA
176
LFQFP
176
LFBGA
177
TFLGA

 

Block Diagram:

RX630 Block Diagram

You can find an explanation of orderable part numbers here.

Resources for Software and Hardware

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FAQ Frequently asked questions and useful hints for development.
Forum A forum and community site to share technical information, questions and opinions with others who use Renesas products.

 

Software Design Support

Title Description
e² studio This integrated development environment (IDE) is based on the popular combination of the open-source Eclipse IDE and its CDT plug-in that enables C/C++ language development.
CS+ This integrated development environment (IDE) can be used for coding, assembly, compiling, and simulation. CS+ is also included with starter kits.
E2 emulator Lite This entry-level on-chip debugging emulator provides functionality equivalent to that of the E1 emulator at a low price.
E2 emulator This on-chip debugging emulator has advanced features that improve the efficiency of development. In addition to the basic functions from debugging to flash programming, this emulator supports hot plug-in and external triggers as standard items. This emulator also helps to reduce development time by downloading at high speeds (compared to the E1 emulator) and the ability to work in combination with various solutions such as the tuning of current drawn by systems under development.
E20 emulator This on-chip debugging emulator has enhanced debugging facilities such as large-capacity tracing and real-time RAM monitoring when used in combination with RX600 and RX700 MCUs (this emulator provides debugging functionality equivalent to that of the E1 emulator for other MCUs).
E1 emulator This on-chip debugging emulator is a standard model which provides basic debugging functions (production is to be discontinued at the end of December 2019).

 

Hardware Design Support

Title Description
IBIS/BSDL IBIS standard simulation data is required for high-speed board design and can be used to run simulations to examine and troubleshoot issues such as waveform reflection, ringing, and so on, before producing the actual board.
BSDL is a data input format supported by most IEEE 1149.1 (JTAG)-compliant tools. The automatic test pattern generation (ATPG) and automatic test equipment functions of these tools facilitate testing.
Resonator Information Please search for your resonator on its manufacturer's site linked below. If you require optimal oscillation circuit constants for your particular system, please ask the manufacturer of the oscillator.

For main clock resonators : 
KYOCERA: Click here for RX630 oscillation evaluation result.
Murata Manufacturing: For IC Manufacturer, select Renesas Electronics, and enter R5F5630 into the IC Part Number search box.

For subclock resonators :
KYOCERA: Click here for RX630 oscillation evaluation result.
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