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Manufacturer Introduction

Renesas Electronics Corporation (Runesasu Erekutoronikusu Kabushiki Gaisha?) TYO: 6723 is a Japanese semiconductor manufacturer headquartered in Tokyo. It has manufacturing, design and sales operations in around 20 countries.

Renesas is one of the world's largest manufacturers of semiconductor systems for mobile phones and automotive applications. It is the world's largest manufacturer of microcontrollers and the second largest manufacturer of application processors.

Renesas is also known for LCD drivers, RF ICs, mixed-signal integrated circuits and system-on-a-chip semiconductors.It was the world's largest auto semiconductor maker in 2014,[4] and the world's largest maker of microcontrollers. It also makes mixed-signal integrated circuits and system on a chip semiconductors.

In September 2016, Renesas announced that it would acquire Intersil Corporation for $3.2 billion.Renesas presented its Mid-Term Growth Strategy in November, 2016.

In February 2017, Renesas completed the acquisition of Intersil Corporation.In April 2017, Renesas unveiled in a self-driving demo car at a global developer conference that it will start delivering a new line of products for self-driving cars in December 2017 as it takes on global giants such as Intel Corp. The new technology acts as an onboard nerve center, coordinating and controlling vehicle functions.

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Renesas Electronics' products include:

System LSIs

Microcontrollers/microprocessors (e.g. RL78, 78K(0), R8C, RX, V850, SuperH, M16C, M32C, R32C, H8, RH850 etc.)


Logic ICs

Analog ICs

Discrete devices (diodes, Power MOSFETs, thyristors and triacs, transistors)

Memory ICs (Flash, SRAM)

System on a chip R-Car

Renesas is product portfolio consists of Power devices, optoelectronic devices, analog/mixed-signal ICs, system LSIs, memories, microcontrollers, etc..


Consumer Electronics / Lighting Electronics / Communications / Network / Transportation / Automotive / Industrial / Automation


  • Size: 561 Kb Published Time: 2020-02-25
    In the past it was sufficient for develope of industrial and coumer applicatio to integrate monochrome LCDs or low resolution-TFTs into their HMI-desig. For these desig they were quite satisfied with the performance, available interfaces and memory size of conventional microcontrolle. Now more and more designe of HMI applicatio are facing the fact that they have to integrate TFT-Displays with increasing pixel resolutio into their desig. Additionally there are requirements for animated graphics that demand double frame buffering and multiple laye for alpha blending. These additional demands lead to a substantial increase of the required RAM size. For example a WVGA-TFT-Display with a resolution of 800 x 480 and 24-bit color depth already needs 1.1 MByte of RAM for a frame buffer with one layer. With double buffering the required RAM size is 2.2 MByte. The internal RAM of conventional microcontrolle is too small to store the frame buffer for this kind of TFT display. Therefore the designe have to search for solutio to increase the available RAM for the application. This paper studies the optio available to them and will be of interest for all designe of HMI systems, whatever their background and previous experience.
  • Size: 1563 Kb Published Time: 2020-02-25
    This guide provides compreheive system level solutio for design and development of medical device applicatio using Renesas microcontrolle, standard integrated circuits and discrete devices. This guide provides solutio in general block diagrams and Renesas FAE can help you to get the optimum solutio, reference desig, reference software, and other technical support. DISCLAIMER. Renesas Product warranties and limitatio are expressly set out in the Renesas Electronics America Inc. Standard Terms and Conditio of Sale. RENESAS EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND ANY WARRANTY AGAIT INFRINGEMENT AND ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY ARISING FROM COUE OF PERFORMANCE, COUE OF DEALING, USAGE OF TRADE, OR OTHERWISE, WITH RESPECT TO MATERIALS OR SERVICES PROVIDED UNDER THESE TERMS OR TO THE PRODUCT, MATERIAL OR DOCUMENTATION OR ANY USE THEREOF. Renesas Products are not authorized for use in any application or purpose that poses a direct threat to human life, including but not limited to medical or systems for life support (e.g. artificial life support devices or systems), surgical implantatio, or healthcare intervention without the express prior written coent of Renesas Electronics America Inc. Renesas shall not be respoible or in any way liable for any damage or loss incurred arising from use of any Renesas Product in any such application or purpose where Renesas prior written coent has not been obtained by the Buyer or User.
  • Size: 7495 Kb Published Time: 2020-02-25
    The RX architecture is future oriented and feature rich. It’s driven by a Renesas technology roadmap that focuses on the global environment and anticipates the enormous gai in sophistication that microcontroller-based products are expected to achieve in the next 10 to 20 yea. Thus, the RX family of microcontrolle (MCUs) delive superior performance in terms of core processing performance, code efficiency, and power coumption. An exteive portfolio of on-chip mixed-signal peripherals is available, and fast 90nm Flash memory is embedded. The embedded Flash unleashes full CPU performance, feeding itructio to the 32-bit RX CPU with no delays – no waits, no stalls – maintaining the MCU’s peak performance of 165 DMIPS. Memory acceleration isn’t required, and the result is just pure, predictable performance.
  • Size: 550 Kb Published Time: 2020-02-25
    Steve Jobs did a great job at Apple, but he also changed the world. A simple 7-segment display is not enough for even the most simple of applicatio today; custome are asking for bigger displays with more impressive graphics. Marketing teams are therefore asking engineering teams to implement this on the next generation of products. This is true for many applicatio, such as coffee machines, ove, factory automation and household boile, and is naturally presenting a new and interesting challenge for engineering teams. So the simple question is how to add a display into your application? Let us fit have a look at what different optio you have in picking a display. There are lots of TLA’s (three letter acronyms) used in the industry which are actually very simple but can lead to a bit of confusion. Everyone in the engineering community is familiar with the Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) concept; even if they have subsequently moved to the dark side and are now working in “sales” they will likely remember the calculator that they once had to use for real work, that had an LCD screen on it. The basic concept is very simple. A layer of liquid crystals is arranged between two polarized laye (at 90 degrees to each other), such that without the liquid crystal, no light would pass through at all, but the crystal is arranged in a kind of helix pattern which rotates the polarization of the light between the two polarized scree, meaning all the light can pass though. However, when an electric charge is applied to the liquid crystals they unroll or straighten out, thus no longer rotating the light and will appear black.