New Entry-Line RA6E1 Microcontrollers Deliver High Performance with Better Connectivity Options


ByRajni Setia 0

Renesas RA6E1 Microcontrollers

With the release of new RA6E1 microcontrollers, Renesas Electronics has extended its RA Family of MCUs.  The recently released entry-line microcontrollers are based on Arm Cortex-M33 and deliver 200 MHz Performance along with exceptional low power consumption specifications.

With rich feature set like, low power consumption, best-in-class security options including Arm TrustZone technology, and Renesas’ Flexible Software Program (FSP) that supports all RA Family offerings, the devices in RA family are setting new standards in the market for entry-line microcontrollers with unprecedented performance.

The RA6E1 group microcontrollers includes six different parts from 48-pin to 100-pin packages, and from 512kB to 1MB of flash memory along with 256kB of SRAM. The RA6E1 devices offer exceptional power consumption specifications and extensive peripherals and connectivity options (including Ethernet), delivering a unique combination of performance and features.

Key Features of the RA6E1 Group

  • 200 MHz Arm Cortex-M33 CPU core
  • Integrated flash memory options from 512KB to 1MB; and 256KB RAM
  • Support for wide temperature range: Ta = -40/85°C
  • Package options from 48- to 100-pin
  • High performance: 3.95CoreMark / MHz executing the CoreMark Algorithm from embedded Flash
  • Integrated Ethernet (with integrated MAC)
  • Integrated USB 2.0 Full-Speed, serial communication (SCI with flexible synchronous and asynchronous modes, I2C, SPI), CAN, SSI, SDHI, QSPI
  • Integrated Renesas Timer
  • Advanced Analog

RA6E1 MCUs combined with complementary analog and power offerings work together seamlessly to create Winning Combinations for a variety of applications. The new RA6E1 MCUs are available from the company website. To help engineers get started with the RA6E1 MCUs, Renesas is offering the FPB-RA6E1 Fast Prototype Board with an on-chip debugger with a price range starting from 20 USD. 

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