S300 Master Renesas Synergy

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Overview

The Rhomb.io Renesas Synergy Master Module is a certified Rhomb.io module that includes a Renesas Synergy S7G2 microcontroller. Having the largest on-chip Flash memory size in the industry for general purpose microcontrollers at 4 MB, S7 Series MCUs have ample space for complex application code or for complete memory redundancy to enable fail-safe in-field updates of the firmware. This module can work both as master or as slave.

Applications:

  • Industrial automation
  • Internet of Things
  • Human Interface Device

Module specification

As stated above, this module sports a Renesas S7G2 microcontroller, the controller at the high end of the Synergy Series.

This module can be powered by either a 3V3 supply or by a 2V8 one in order to improve power performance. It's able to control any class 2 or 3 Rhomb.io motherboard with up to 3 module sockets, plus it has networking, memory and video capabilities.

In order to manage all GPIOs in Rhomb.io sockets, this module includes a GPIO Expander IC driven by the main controller via I2C interface. This adds 8 GPIO signals that are used to manage sockets 2 and 3 of the Rhomb.io standard.

It has two built-in 4-channel analog switches that allow the user to switch between a SDIO interface or a QSPI one, which adds a lot of flexibility for potential projects.

Interface I2C SDIO QSPI USB OTG SPI IrDa CAN RGB RMII I2S UART
Nº of buses 2 11 11 12 12 1 1 1 1 1 1 2

1User can switch between SDIO or QSPI I/F by setting the level of a GPIO.
2User can choose where the USB I/F is connected in the module, either to the USB pins of the module connectors, or the OTG pins by setting the level of a GPIO.

Renesas Synergy Series Master Module features
Microcontroller S7G2
CPU ARM Cortex-M4
Operating voltage 2.8-3.3V
Digital I/O pins 24
Crystal Resonator 32.768kHz
External Clock 24MHz
Interrupt Pins 7*
PWM Outputs 1*
SDIO I/F 4-bit
ADC pins 8
DAC pins 2
Comparators 1 (2 pins)
USB USBHS 2.0

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