With the proliferation of smartphones, even the human machine interfaces of white goods and home appliances, office equipment, and other products are similarly adopting CMOS cameras for better usability. The RX Family of 32-bit microcontrollers (MCUs) has a built-in LCD controller and CMOS camera interface that responds to these needs. Additionally, by using large-capacity on-chip SRAM for image data buffering rather than external memory, RX Family MCUs help reduce system costs and support high-speed image processing.
|Product Group||Resolution||Bit Width||Blend Processing||Hardware Acceleration|
|WQVGA (480 x 272)||16, 18 or 24||Alpha-blend, Chroma key||2D drawing, Image composition|
|WQVGA (480 x 272)
VGA (640 x 480)
WVGA (800 x 480)
|16, 18 or 24
|Alpha-blend, Chroma key||2D drawing, Image composition|
|Product Group||Pin Count||Segment||Remarks|
|RX113||100 pins||40 segments x 4 commons
36 segments x 8 commons
|LCD drive voltage generation
Switchable as follows.
|64 pins||20 segments x 4 commons
16 segments x 8 commons