Renesas Electronics Corporation, a supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, introduces a new Group of 32-bit microcontrollers (MCUs) in its RA Family.
The new group called RA6E1 MCUs are based on Arm Cortex-M33 core. These MCUs deliver 200 MHz performance with low power consumption. Also, it has a rich list of peripheral features.
The new family of MCUs is said to have very low power consumption, best-in-class security options, including Arm TrustZone technology, and Renesas’ Flexible Software Program (FSP) which includes highly efficient drivers and middleware to ease the implementation of communications and security. The FSP’s GUI enables flexible use of legacy code, as well as easy compatibility and scalability with other RA Family devices. Moreover, the designers have access to the extensive Arm ecosystem with FSP.
The family consist of six different components, spanning from 48-pin to 100-pin packages, and from 512kB to 1MB of flash memory along with 256kB of SRAM. These MCUs offer extensive peripherals and connectivity options (including Ethernet), delivering a unique combination of performance and features.