TQ adds modules powered by Renesas RZ/G2x CPUs

September 22, 2020 //By Ally Winning
TQ has introduced the company’s first embedded module that is based on Renesas’ RZ/G2x CPU family.
TQ has introduced the company’s first embedded module that is based on Renesas’ RZ/G2x CPU family.

The Renesas processors are designed for industrial use in controllers, vending machines, HMIs, access control systems and robotics. The new TQMaRZG2x module uses the pin-compatible CPU derivatives RZ/G2N, RZ/G2M and RZ/G2H from Renesas.

The Renesas 64-bit multicore architecture integrates both Arm Cortex-A53 processors running at up to 1.2 GHz and Arm Cortex-A57 processors at speeds of up to 1.5 GHz. The TQMaRZG2x embedded module provides both a dual-core and two multicores. Various multicore combinations are available to help scale the boards from low-end to high-end applications. The processors are supported by an LPDDR4 with up to 8 Gbyte capacity. The modules also feature an eMMC memory slot that can host cards with a capacity of up to 64 GByte. For data security, TQ provides an optional QSPI-NOR Flash with up to 256 MByte.

The CPUs feature comprehensive graphics support with a powerful GPU for 3D applications. They can support resolutions of up to 4K, with multiple displays providing separate content. Two MIPI-CSI-2 interfaces are available for direct connection of camera sensors.

The module offers a range of interfaces that include; 1x Gbit Ethernet, 2x USB 3.0 and 1x USB 2.0. 2x PCIe interfaces allow extended functionality. This allows connecting WiFi modules and other network interfaces to the module.

“For us embedded modules are ideal business enablers to provide our customers easy access to our processor technology and to shorten their development cycles”, said Frank Urbe, Senior Manager Systems and Solutions Team EMEA, IoT and Infrastructure Business Unit at Renesas Electronics Corporation. “With TQ we have one of the leading partners with proven knowledge in the market and the right experience with our technology and components. Since TQ is aiming for long-term customer support this is an additional value for both of us and as a result for our customers. We are looking forward to continue this cooperation”, Urbe added.

More information

www.tq-group.com

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