32-bit microcontrollers suit fan and pump applications
The RX13T family of 32-bit microcontrollers from Renesas are ready to buy from distributor Future Electronics.
These microcontrollers is used for efficient inverter control of compact motors such as fans or pumps in consumer and industrial applications.
These microcontrollers are equipped with the proven RX Family RXv1 core, which operates at 32MHz.
They feature a floating point unit (FPU), an inverter control timer and a 12-bit A/D converter, allowing high-efficiency inverter control of brushless DC motors with one device.
Compatible with existing Renesas RX devices, the microcontrollers make it easy to convert hardware and software from previous designs.
The line-up includes small 32-pin and 48-pin packages with built-in features such as programmable gain amplifier (PGA), comparator, data flash, and high-speed on-chip oscillator (HOCO).
These on-chip features can help reduce board area and the BOM components in the design.