High performance (max. 50 MHz) and low power microcontroller supporting large capacity memory
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.
|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)
|Maximum operating frequency||50 MHz|
|Power supply voltage||1.62 to 5.5V|
|Program Flash||max. 1 MB|
|Data Flash||8 KB|
|SRAM||max. 96 KB|
|On-chip peripheral functions||Transfer functions||DMA controller (DMACA): 4 channels
Data transfer controller (DTCa)
|Timers||Multi-function timer pulse unit 2: 16 bits x 6 channels (MTU2a)
16-bit timer pulse unit x 6ch 144,145pin only Port output enable 2 (POE2a)
8-bit timer (TMR): 8 bits x 2 channels x 2 units
Compare match timer (CMT): 16 bits x 2 channels x 2 units
Real-time clock (RTCb): 64-pin and over: available; 48-pin: not available Watchdog timer (WDTA)
|Communication functions||Serial communication interface (SCIc): 145,144pin 12 channels, 100, 80pin 6 channels, 64pin 5 channels, 48pin 4 channels
Serial communication interface (SCId): 1channel
I2C bus interface (RIIC): 1channel
Serial peripheral interface (RSPI): 1channel
|Analog functions||12bit A/D Converter (S12ADb)：145,144,100pin 16 channels, 80pin 14 channels, 64pin 12 channels, 48pin 8 channels
D/A Converter (DA): 64-pin and over:2 channels, 48-pin none
Comparator A (CMPA): 2 channels
Comparator B (CMPB): 2 channels
|Safety functions||Clock frequency accuracy measurement circuit (CAC)
Data operation circuit (DOC)
14-bit independent watchdog timer (IWDTa)
ADC self-diagnostic function/AD disconnection-detection function CRC calculator (CRC)
|Clock Generation Circuit||Main clock oscillator
Low-speed on-chip oscillator (LOCO)
High-speed on-chip oscillator (HOCO)
Dedicated on-chip oscillator for the IWDT
|Others||Event link controller (ELC)
Multifunction pin controller (MPC)
Power-on reset circuit (POR)
Low voltage detection circuit (LVD)
Temperature sensor (TEMPSa)
External bus: 100-pin and over: available; 80-pin and under: not available
|On-chip debugging function||Available (with trace function)|
|Low power consumption modes||4 modes Sleep mode
All-module clock stop mode
Software standby mode
Deep software standby mode
Pin Count / Memory Size Lineup:
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Hardware Design Support
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.
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 resonator :
Murata Manufacturing: For IC Manufacturer, select Renesas Electronics, and enter R5F5210 into the IC Part Number search box.
For Sub clock resonator :
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