Evaluate Boards Remotely Through an Intuitive GUI
Renesas’ Lab on the Cloud is an online environment where Renesas solutions, including popular evaluation boards, winning combinations and software, are hosted in a remote lab that customers access and test online.
The Lab on the Cloud provides quick access to Renesas solutions before customers receive a physical board or start a design. Boards are configured in a remote lab connected to the cloud and users access the boards through an intuitive GUI. Live video of each board allows users to test, monitor, and measure results instantly. The Lab on the Cloud environment utilizes a platform developed by Tenxer Technologies, and provides 24/7 access to, along with online support for, Renesas solutions.
See how Renesas’ complementary product portfolios of analog, power and embedded processing work together to deliver comprehensive solutions.
Check out our latest boards:
|Board Name||Description||Lab on the Cloud|
|MPPT Based Solar Battery Charger||Solar Battery Charger with operating range of 8V-40V, supporting 12V Lead Acid battery for output current up to 7Amps.||cloud_circle Lab|
|Household Smoke Detector||This solution uses a highly integrated RAA239101 Low-Power Analog Frontend IC and includes all necessary peripherals & features required for a photoelectric smoke detector system, mainly focused on residential smoke detector designs. It is implemented using two key components, the RL78G12 and RAA239101.||cloud_circle Lab|
|Simplified Contactless Thermometer||The solution demonstrates the working of IR Thermometer using analog thermopile sensor functionality using RL78/I1B lower power MCU with the following specifications:
|80V Dual Synchronous Buck Controller Evaluation Board||The ISL81802EVAL1Z dual-phase evaluation board features the ISL81802, an 80V high voltage dual synchronous buck controller that offers external soft-start, independent enable functions, and integrates UV/OV/OC/OT protection. A programmable switching frequency ranging from 100kHz to 1MHz helps to optimize inductor size while the strong gate driver delivers up to 20A for the buck output.||cloud_circle Lab|
|Super Capacitor Based Terminal Backup Power Supply||Super Capacitor Based Terminal Backup Power Supply system has wide input voltage range which can support from 4.5V-40V with 1A-20A output. It uses a super capacitor as a backup power supply.
a. ISL81401 can fully extract the power of super capacitor (can be as low as 0.3V)
b. ISL88002 voltage supervisor to monitor the power status
c. RJK03M5DNS N-MOSFET to support for high-efficiency drive and low heat design.
|Flexible MCU-based 6-Channel Power Sequencer||This is a Flexible 6-Channels Power Sequencer for a PLCs PoC Board. The design allows the board users to perform two main functionalities: a power-up sequence, and a power-down sequence using the GUI targeted for their specific application. The delays between regulators (enable and disable) are individually programmable via the GUI. The delays for the Power OFF Sequence are limited by the maximum time that the input capacitors can buffer and are heavily dependent on the load of each regulator. If longer delays are required for the Power OFF Sequence, an additional electrolytic capacitor.||cloud_circle Lab|
|USB-PD with Turbo Boost||The board supports USB-PD Spec Rv3.0 and supports USB-Type C. R9A02G011 performs authentication to accept USB Type-C. It works with Input voltage of 5-20V and Output voltage of 35V/45W which is beyond USB-PD output voltage level.||cloud_circle Lab|
|Buck- Boost Last Gasp Power Supply for Energy Meter||The design uses ISL85403 in Buck Boost configuration to extract power from the super capacitor (as low as 0.1V)||cloud_circle Lab|
|Standard 4-20mA Loop - Industrial Receiver||This board uses the standard 4-20mA loop to transmit data over large distances in industrial environments. It is resistant to surrounding noise and, unlike voltage based interfaces, the current in the loop will remain constant.||cloud_circle Lab|
|Arduino Shield Sensor Board||This Sensor Board with Arduino Shield™ Interface is used on interface equipped microcontroller reference boards. Supported sensors are:
|Scalable HMI SMARC SoM with AI||Renesas' SMARC 2.0 SoM is a Linux-based AI development platform using the RZ/G2 family of microprocessors suitable for human machine interface (HMI), 3-D animation or 4K UHD playback. It offers a turn-key solution for applications like surveillance solutions, object detection, face detection, image processing, computing , gateway etc.||cloud_circle Lab|
|Single Phase Energy Meter||The single-phase energy meter design is based on RL78/I1C and it is used for single-phase power and energy measurement.||cloud_circle Lab|
|Digital Illuminometer||The solution incorporates an RA2A1 microcontroller, integrated light sensor (ISL29035), OLED display and a cap-touch keypad. It can be used to monitor the lux value of a variety of lighting conditions.||cloud_circle Lab|
|Ultra-Low Power MCU RE Family||The SOTB™ process Arm based MCU RE01 achieved a high score 705 ULPMark EEMBC Benchmark. The evaluation kit allows the user to select different operation/standby modes to realize ultra-low power consumption suitable for an IoT edge device.||cloud_circle Lab|