This blog article introduces a solution for 3KW off-board EV chargers which integrates the EV charging solution.
As RISC-V generates significant interest in the design community, Renesas uses its comprehensive MCU/MPU ecosystem to develop commercially viable solutions that accommodate any development path.
This blog introduces an application note that describes how to implement low power consumption modes on the RX MCUs, precautions, and our know-how.
Quick-Connect Studio enables rapid firmware development using zero coding methodologies via graphical drag-and-drop of major system solution blocks and automatic firmware generation.
The evaluation kit “Capacitive Touch Evaluation System for RX671" and the capacitive touch solutions make it easy for everyone to start the development of touch-key functions which require know-how.
Looking at how we can use the RA Clock Frequency Accuracy Measurement Circuit to make more reliable microcontroller systems and examining what other useful functions it can provide.
In this two-blog series, I will Introduce examples of standardizing design of sensing equipment dueto the high-precision delta-sigma ADC available in RX23E-A MCU. In this second blog, I will highlight the standardization across different products.
Learn more about the capacitive sensor in RL78/G22 that can construct a sensor system at a lower cost than conventional sensors, and how to accelerate development with the Fast Prototyping Board (FPB).
Renesas offers an IO-Link Pressure sensor solution using RA2E1, 32-bit general purpose microcontroller supporting ultra-compact and low power consumption, contributing to downsize of applications.
Renesas has been a chip supplier to meter manufacturers and recently introduced the advanced RL78/I1C MCUs, which feature an analog front end for metrology and an on-chip ultra-low-power real-time clock.