Low-Cost Boards Support Celebrity MCU Family

Renesas Electronics introduces Target Boards for its popular RX65N, RX130 and RX231 microcontroller (MCU) groups. Priced below $30, the Target Boards lower the price threshold for engagement, providing an inexpensive entry point for embedded designers to evaluate, prototype and develop their products. Each board kit features an on-chip debugger tool that enables application design without requiring further tool investments. Through-hole pin headers provide access to all MCU signals pins, making it easy for customers to interconnect to standard breadboards for fast prototyping.

 

The RX Target Boards offer everything necessary to start board and demo development, including a board circuit diagram and bill of materials, demo source code, user manual, and application notes. Coming soon are additional Target Board variations that will provide full coverage of the entire RX Family, from the low-power RX100 Series to the high-performance RX700 Series.

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The RX Target Boards are available now through Renesas Electronics’ worldwide distributors with a recommended resale price below $30 USD. More details are for the taking with a quick visit to Renesas Electronics Corporation.

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