"While the IoT encompasses a wide range of markets, embedded designers face a common set of challenges - achieving very low power and robust performance with connectivity support and shrinking price points," said
Based on Renesas' RX CPU core, the RX100 Series of MCUs delivers high performance, ultra low power, connectivity and digital signal processing (DSP) functionality in a general-purpose MCU. The new RX110 devices offer the industry's best active power/power-down mode capabilities, system performance and DSP implementation levels for entry-level 32-bit MCUs.
With best-in-class run-mode power consumption - as low as 100a/MHz, 4.8s wake-up time, and three low-power modes, including the lowest power-down mode with Real Time Clock (RTC), the RX110 MCUs enable extended life cycles for battery-powered applications such as blood glucose meters, remote control systems or POS terminals.
The new MCUs also feature three operating speeds, achieving 1.56 Dhrystone MIPS (DMIPS)/MHz throughput and 3.08 CoreMark®/MHz. In addition, with the
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