Renesas MPU Guide

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About this app

Do you want to find the right suitable microprocessor for non-automotive applications out of the wide line-up of 32-bit and 64-bit MPUs Renesas Electronics can offer for your next application design?

Using this smart MPU Guide App you will be able to do a search based on more than 60 parameters to find the right choice among the RZ Product Families.
Once the right fitting product for your application needs has been found, you can get instant access to the product details like datasheet, block diagram, sample ordering etc.

If you have found a Renesas part name and wonder about the specification and feature set, simply key in this part number to the part number search interface to get full details.
In addition this MPU Guide App offers a simple access to user community sites for RZ Family where you will be able to find the latest discussions on the different product groups. You are welcome to join these discussions and stay connected!

- Easy to use MPU selection guide
- MPU Parametric Search – more than 60 selectable parameter categories for MPU selection
- Development Board Parametric Search – parameter categories search for Development Boards
- Featuring RZ Product Family: RZ/A, RZ/G, RZ/N, RZ/T and RZ/V series
- Comparing different selections by Data table
- Easy sharing of found products by using social media interfaces and email
- Redirect to ordering site
- Instant datasheet access
- Access to product Block Diagram
- Part Number Search
- Access to the RZ MPU Community
Updated on
Sep 19, 2023

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What's new

- Minor changes in naming and branding