The LED electronic safe box with the RL78/G1N microcontroller enables LED display (status of electronic safe box, content input from the keypad) and locking and unlocking by electronic lock.

Description

An LED electronic safe box has an electronic lock installed in the door, which can be locked and unlocked by entering a specific code into the keypad. The LED displays the status of the electronic safe box and the contents input from the keypad.

This reference design features a small pin-count, low power RL78/G1N microcontroller that can directly drive high-brightness LEDs of 8 segments and 6 digits via large current output terminals. With a single microcontroller, you can realize 7-segment 6-digit LED display control, keypad control, motor control (electronic lock control), and buzzer control.

Block Diagram

LED Electronic Safe Box Block Diagram

Key Features

  • Demo board includes the RL78/G1N
  • 7-segment 6-digit LED display
    • Numbers: content input into the keypad
    • OPEΠEd (Opened): Electronic lock is unlocked
    • CLOSEd (Closed): Electronic lock is locked
    • HOLd15 etc: Password setting time
  • 10-key input
  • Electronic lock/unlock
  • Buzzer
  • Powered by 3 AA batteries (1.5V x 3)
  • Low power consumption operation 20uA(TYP.)@STOP mode

LED Electronic Safe Box

Related Products

RL78/G1N

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Renesas demonstrates the LED Electronic Safe Box quick solution featuring the RL78/G1N microcontroller.
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Renesas demonstrates the LED Electronic Safe Box quick solution featuring the RL78/G1N microcontroller.
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Renesas demonstrates the LED Electronic Safe Box quick solution featuring the RL78/G1N microcontroller.

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