32-Bit MCUs’ HMI functions serve contactless operation
Stephen LawElectronics Semiconductors capabilities Contactless function HMI MCU operation semiconductor voice-recognition
RENESAS ELECTRONICS RX671 group of 32-bit microcontrollers (MCUs) include a high-performance, high-functionality single-chip solution with touch sensing and voice recognition capabilities for contactless operation. Device is built around an RXv3 CPU core operating at 120MHz and integrates flash memory supporting fast read access at a clock speed of 60MHz, for improved real-time performance with a CoreMark score of 707, and power efficiency among the best in the class at 48.8 CoreMark/mA. Available in a wide variety of packages with pin counts ranging from 48 to 145 pins with up to 2 megabytes (MB) of flash memory and 384 kilobytes (KB) of SRAM.