Dedicated protocol H/W (EtherCAT / Sercos III) + R-IN engine covers major industrial protocols


RZ/N1L equipped with "R-IN engine" which is an accelerator for industrial Ethernet communication can be used for the communication parts of industrial network device where real-time responsibility is required.

With integrated EtherCAT and Sercos III slave dedicated H/W, it is possible to handle a wide range of protocols.


Key Features :

Product Name R9A06G034VGBA(196-pin)
Power Supply Voltage 3.3 V for I/O, 1.15V for CPU
CPU Core Arm® Cortex®-M3 (R-IN engine)
Maximum Operating Frequency 125 MHz
SRAM with ECC 6 MB
External Memory NAND Flash Controller Supported
Quad-I/O SPI 1 channel
SDIO-eMMC 2 channels
Network Function R-IN engine and Hardware RTOS Supported
Ethernet Port 3 ports
Selectable from GMAC、EtherCAT®、Sercos®
Independent GMAC Up to 1 port
EtherCAT Slave Controller Up to 2 ports
SercosIII Slave Controller Up to 2 ports
Timer Function General Timers (16 bit x 6 channels + 32 bit × 2 channels) × 2
PWM Timers 16-bit x 16 channels
Watchdog Supported
Analog Function
(12-bit resolution A/D Converter)
8 channels x 1 unit
Communication Interface UART 8 channels
I2C 2 channels
USB 2.0 Host and function
SPI Master 4 channels + Slave 2channels
CAN 2channels
I/O Port Max. 95
Package 196-pin LFBGA(12 x 12 mm, 0.8 mm pitch)
Operating temperature range Tj = -40℃ ~ +110℃


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