It is implemented 5 Ethernet ports and latest redundancy protocol and is ideal for industrial network master devices such as PLC
RZ/N1D is a scalable and proven Arm®-based microprocessor that can be used in a variety of applications with the Cortex®-A7 Dual core and a high-speed, high-capacity memory interface. It is implemented Max Five Ethernet ports and the latest redundancy protocol, so it is optimized especially for industrial network equipment such as PLC and network switch.
Key Features :
|Power Supply Voltage||3.3 V for I/O, 1.15V for CPU
1.5 V/1.8 V for DDR3 or DDR2
|CPU Core||Dual Arm® Cortex®-A7 + Arm® Cortex®-M3 (R-IN engine)
|Maximum Operating Frequency||500 MHz (Cortex®-A7) / 125 MHz (Cortex®-M3)|
|SRAM with ECC||2 MB|
|External Memory||DDR2/DDR3 Controller||Supported|
|NAND Flash Controller||Supported|
|Quad-I/O SPI||1 channel
|Display Function||LCD Controller
|Network Function||R-IN engine and Hardware RTOS||Supported|
|Ethernet Port||5 ports
|Selectable from GMAC、EtherCAT®、Sercos®|
|Independent GMAC||Up to 2 ports
(1 port available via Switch)
|EtherCAT Slave Controller||Up to 3 ports
||Up to 2 ports
|SercosIII Slave Controller||Up to 2 ports
|HSR Switch||Supported (Option)||-
|Timer Function||General Timers||(16-bit x 6 channels + 32-bit 2 channels) × 2|
|Real Timer Clock (RTC)||Supported|
|Watchdog||For Arm® Cortex®-A7 core and For Arm® Cortex®-M3 core|
(12-bit resolution A/D Converter)
|8 channels x 2 units||8 channels x 1 unit|
|Communication Interface||UART||8 channels|
(Parallel Bus Interface)
|Master and Slave|
|USB 2.0||2 channels|
|SPI||Master 4 channels + Slave 2 channels|
|I/O Port||Max. 170||Max. 132|
(17 x 17 mm, 0.8mm pitch)
(15 x 15 mm, 0.8 mm pitch)
|Operating temperature range||Tj = -40℃ ～ +110℃|
|Other functions||Security functions (option): Secure boot, JTAG lock, chip ID|
|Security function(Option) : Secure boot, JTAG lock, chip ID||Not Available
Pin Count / Memory Size:
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