The SH7216 Series with 32-bit SH-2A CPU core offers a maximum operating frequency of 200 MHz, representing a 1.25-fold improvement in performance over the 160 MHz of Renesas Electronics's existing the SH7211. They also include large-capacity high-speed flash memory and RAM through the use of cutting-edge flash memory technology. Featuring an on-chip power supply step-down circuit, these microcontrollers are designed to achieve lower current dissipation by suppressing the increase in current dissipation associated with higher speed, and attain 3.3 V single-power-supply operation while at the high operating frequency of 200 MHz. In addition, the SH7216 Series incorporates a PWM timer, 12-bit AD converter, LAN controller, USB, and CAN as peripheral functions.
The SH7216 Series lineup consists of the SH7216 Group (with floating-point unit (FPU)) and the SH7214 Group (without FPU).
- High-performance single-chip RISC with SH-2A core
- Built-in 32-bit multiplier
- With floating-point unit (FPU): SH7216 Group
Without floating-point unit (FPU): SH7214 Group
- Built-in large-capacity memory
- ROM 1MB
- RAM 128KB
- Various peripheral functions
- Powerful timers: MTU2 (16 bits x 6 ch), MTU2S (16 bits x 3 ch), Compare match timer (CMT) x 2 channels
- A/D converters (12-bit resolution): 8 ch (4 ch x 2 units)
- Ether MAC: 1 ch
- USB 2.0 Function Full-Speed: 1 ch
- Serial I/F SCI: 4 ch; SCIF: 1 ch
- RCAN-ET Bosch 2.0B active: 1 ch
- DTC installed
- DMAC: 8 ch
- IIC: 1 ch master/slave mode
- Bus state controller (BSC)
- H-UDI/AUD: On-chip debugging functions
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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.
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