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Renesas Microprocessors with Dual-core Arm® Cortex®-A55 (1.2 GHz) CPUs | Digital Datasheet

April 07, 2022 by Renesas Electronics

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Renesas Microprocessors with Dual-core Arm® Cortex®-A55 (1.2 GHz) CPUs

Renesas RZ/G2L and RZ/G2LC microprocessors are ideal for entry-level industrial human machine interfaces and embedded devices with video capabilities. The integrated ARM Cortex-A55 and Cortex-M33 processors combine with a 16-bit DDR3L/DDR4 interface to provide a high performance solution with basic AI capabilities.

The RZ/G2L and RZ/G2LC’s integrated Cortex-A55 can handle advanced applications running a Linux operating system while the Cortex-M33 simultaneously processes sensor data in real-time. An 8-channel, 12-bit analog-to-digital converter supports sensor data collection.

The embedded 3D graphics engine with Arm Mali-G31 and H.264 video codec make this microprocessor well-suited for equipment that requires advanced features such as cameras for video capture and displays for a graphical user interface. An array of additional interfaces such as camera input, display output, USB 2.0, and gigabit ethernet add to the MPU’s capabilities.

The high level of integration of the Renesas RZG2L  and RZ/G2LC microprocessors optimize PCB real-estate and greatly reduces BOM costs. In addition, a Renesas RZ/G2L power management IC that is highly optimized for the MPU eases the system power delivery network design.

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