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KNX stack certified to operate with RL78 MCUs

The KNX stack from Tapko Technologies has now been certified by Renesas to operate with its entire line-up of RL78 microcontrollers. Mainly used at field level, the KNX stack is a communications protocol for home and building automation in various segments like lighting, heating and ventilation, security and domotic applications. The KNX has the ability to ensure full interoperability between different manufacturers by certifying the product prior to its introduction into the market.
11th December 2013

KickStart Kit for low-power Renesas RX111 MCUs

KickStart Kit for low-power Renesas RX111 MCUs
Expanding its support for the low-power RX111 microcontrollers from Renesas, IAR Systems has unveiled the IAR KickStart Kit for RX111. Based on the Renesas Promotion Board, the KickStart Kit can be used to evaluate the tools and the microcontroller, and also to design, develop, integrate and test applications.
4th December 2013

RX100 MCUs provide exceptional EMC performance

Renesas Electronics Europe and Langer EMV have jointly revealed that the Renesas RX100 microcontroller family is highly robust against environmental noise. Since the MCU no longer needs to be protected by a specific transient voltage surge suppressor or an expensive multilayer ceramic capacitor, the exceptional electromagnetic compatibility performance of the RX110 MCUs helps reduce development and bill of material costs.
3rd December 2013


Safety certified development tool for 32-bit RX MCUs

Safety certified development tool for 32-bit RX MCUs
Renesas and IAR Systems have collaborated to offer an IEC 61508 functional safety compliant development tool for Renesas’ 32-bit RX microcontroller platform. IAR Embedded Workbench for RX incorporates high-performance compiler and debugger tools in an easy-to-use integrated development environment.
27th November 2013

Functional safety software for industrial automation

Functional safety software for industrial automation
Renesas announce development of a new functional safety software package for its 32-bit RX631 and RX63N microcontrollers. The new solution provides diagnostic software for the industry-leading RX CPU core, and its internal memory. Significantly reducing development time, it also includes a detailed safety manual for designs that need to conform to stringent safety directives for industrial equipment, such as safety controllers, PLCs, industrial motor drives and safety sensors.
25th November 2013

The most advanced multicore MCU development suite

XMOS offers the world's most advanced multicore microcontroller development suite with the new xTIMEcomposer-Enterprise. A fully integrated multicore development environment for users of the xCORE multicore microcontroller products, this industrial grade tool suite allows users to develop in a C or C++ development language and include simple extensions that describe parallel tasks.
21st November 2013

Dual-interface authentication ICs protect connected devices

A new generation of authentication ICs have been introduced by INSIDE Secure. The innovative dual-interface VaultIC 150/150D security modules have been redesigned to provide enhanced functionality, including a new privacy mode. A more cost-effective solution appealing to higher-volume markets, the VaultIC 150/150D may be used by brands as an NFC Forum Type 4 tag to provide an effective protection solution to guard against counterfeiting, cloning and gray marketing.
14th November 2013

MCU-based microstepper motor reference design

MCU-based microstepper motor reference design
Zilog has announced a new Microstepper Motor Control Reference Design aimed at accelerating time-to-market for motor control applications. A complete and easy-to-use platform, Zilog’s Z8F1680 MCU-based Reference Design highlights the key features of the Z8F1680 microcontroller, which is optimized for microstepper motor control.
14th November 2013

Renesas 32-bit RX CPU core features 4.0 Coremark/MHz

Renesas 32-bit RX CPU core features 4.0 Coremark/MHz
Renesas have today revealed the development of a new, high-performance 32-bit RX CPU core for embedded devices in the consumer, industrial, and office equipment fields. The new RXv2 core features increased performance from 3.2 to 4.0 Coremark/MHz or 2.0 DMIPS/MHz, with a maximum frequency of 300MHz in 40nm. It will also feature enhanced DSP and FPU capabilities.
13th November 2013

Full development tool support for Renesas' RXv2 core

Full development tool support for Renesas' RXv2 core
IAR Systems has today announced full development tools support for Renesas' new, high-performance 32-bit RX CPU core for embedded devices in the consumer, industrial, and office equipment fields, the RXv2. The only tools provider covering the entire range of Renesas 8-, 16- and 32-bit microcontroller families, IAR Systems can offer early support for the new core in the C/C++ development tool suite IAR Embedded Workbench.
13th November 2013


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