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ID 115 C: Low Pin Count V 850: Small but Powerful MCU for portable ID 115 C: Low Pin Count V 850: Small but Powerful MCU for portable application Renesas Electronics America Inc. Bobby Wong V 850 Product Marketing Manager 12 October 2010 Version: 1. 0 © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved.

Mr. Bobby Wong n V 850 Product Marketing Manager l Conduct competitive analysis and Mr. Bobby Wong n V 850 Product Marketing Manager l Conduct competitive analysis and product positioning l Responsible for product launch and next generation product definition n Previous Experience l Over 10 years experience in embedded system/ASIC design l Intel IA 64 benchmarking and architecture research l Infineon Tri. Core and Tensilica Xtensa processor IP application l Holds a BS EECS from UC Berkeley l Holds a MSEE degree from Stanford University 2 © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved.

Renesas Technology and Solution Portfolio Microcontrollers & Microprocessors #1 Market share worldwide * ASIC, Renesas Technology and Solution Portfolio Microcontrollers & Microprocessors #1 Market share worldwide * ASIC, ASSP & Memory Advanced and proven technologies Solutions for Innovation Analog and Power Devices #1 Market share in low-voltage MOSFET** * MCU: 31% revenue basis from Gartner "Semiconductor Applications Worldwide Annual Market Share: Database" 25 March 2010 ** Power MOSFET: 17. 1% on unit basis from Marketing Eye 2009 (17. 1% on unit basis). 3 © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved.

Renesas Technology and Solution Portfolio Microcontrollers & Microprocessors #1 Market share worldwide * ASIC, Renesas Technology and Solution Portfolio Microcontrollers & Microprocessors #1 Market share worldwide * ASIC, ASSP & Memory Advanced and proven technologies Solutions for Innovation Analog and Power Devices #1 Market share in low-voltage MOSFET** * MCU: 31% revenue basis from Gartner "Semiconductor Applications Worldwide Annual Market Share: Database" 25 March 2010 ** Power MOSFET: 17. 1% on unit basis from Marketing Eye 2009 (17. 1% on unit basis). 4 © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved.

Microcontroller and Microprocessor Line-up Superscalar, MMU, Multimedia § Up to 1200 DMIPS, 45, 65 Microcontroller and Microprocessor Line-up Superscalar, MMU, Multimedia § Up to 1200 DMIPS, 45, 65 & 90 nm process § Video and audio processing on Linux § Server, Industrial & Automotive High Performance CPU, Low Power § Up to 500 DMIPS, 150 & 90 nm process § 600 u. A/MHz, 1. 5 u. A standby § Medical, Automotive & Industrial High Performance CPU, FPU, DSC H 8 SX M 16 C R 32 C General Purpose § Up to 10 DMIPS, 130 nm process § 350 u. A/MHz, 1 u. A standby § Capacitive touch 5 © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved. § Up to 165 DMIPS, 90 nm process § 500 u. A/MHz, 2. 5 u. A standby § Ethernet, CAN, USB, Motor Control, TFT Display § Legacy Cores § Next-generation migration to RX Ultra Low Power Embedded Security § Up to 25 DMIPS, 150 nm process § Up to 25 DMIPS, 180, 90 nm process § 190 u. A/MHz, 0. 3 u. A standby § 1 m. A/MHz, 100 u. A standby § Application-specific integration § Crypto engine, Hardware security

Microcontroller and Microprocessor Line-up Superscalar, MMU, Multimedia § Up to 1200 DMIPS, 45, 65 Microcontroller and Microprocessor Line-up Superscalar, MMU, Multimedia § Up to 1200 DMIPS, 45, 65 & 90 nm process § Video and audio processing on Linux § Server, Industrial & Automotive High Performance CPU, Low Power § Up to 500 DMIPS, 150 & 90 nm process § 600 u. A/MHz, 1. 5 u. A standby § Medical, Automotive & Industrial High Performance CPU, FPU, DSC V 850 § Up to 165 DMIPS, 90 nm process § 500 u. A/MHz, 2. 5 u. A standby § Ethernet, CAN, USB, Motor Control, TFT Display H 8 S High Performance § Legacy Cores Low Power H 8 SX M 16 C R 32 C § Next-generation migration to RX VERY Small Packages General Purpose Instruction Fetch Data Operand Execute Forward Decode Ultra Low Power Write Back Embedded Security § Up Branch/LD to 25 DMIPS, 150 nm process §Write 25 DMIPS, 180, 90 nm process § Up to 10 DMIPS, 130 nm process Up to Memory § § 350 u. A/MHz, 1 u. A standby § Back 1 m. A/MHz, 100 u. A standby Pipe 190 u. A/MHz, 0. 3 u. A standby § Application-specific integration § Crypto engine, Hardware security § Capacitive touch 6 © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved.

Innovation Systems are smaller Designs are not less complicated Oscilloscope Battery-operated Heat Scanner DJ Innovation Systems are smaller Designs are not less complicated Oscilloscope Battery-operated Heat Scanner DJ Mixer Thermal Printer Scanner 7 © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved. Medical equipment

V 850 Low Pin Count Microcontrollers Renesas offers a family of V 850 32 V 850 Low Pin Count Microcontrollers Renesas offers a family of V 850 32 -bit Microcontrollers that are High Performance, Low Power and are available in Small Packages. 8 © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved.

Agenda n Design Consideration of High Performance and Low Power Portable Application n V Agenda n Design Consideration of High Performance and Low Power Portable Application n V 850 energy efficient architecture n Many small packages to support design n Features Supporting Low Power Portable Application 9 © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved.

Key Takeaways By the end of this session you will be able to: n Key Takeaways By the end of this session you will be able to: n Understand the Energy Efficient V 850 ES MCUs n Understand the different small packages n Understand the different operating modes and features of V 850 ES for your portable application 10 © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved.

Portable Application Requirements DJ Mixer Oscilloscope Heat Scanner Thermal Printer Medical equipment Scanner 11 Portable Application Requirements DJ Mixer Oscilloscope Heat Scanner Thermal Printer Medical equipment Scanner 11 © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved.

Leading Performance of V 850 ES MCU n V 850 cores have leading performance Leading Performance of V 850 ES MCU n V 850 cores have leading performance in the industry 1. 9 DMIPS/MHz  V 850 ES  MIPS 32® 24 K®   1. 5 DMIPS/MHz  AVR 32 UC 3 1. 49 DMIPS/MHz  STM 32 (Cortex M 3) 1. 25 DMIPS/MHz  ARM 9 1. 04 DMIPS/MHz  ARM 7 0. 95 DMIPS/MHz  Cold. Fire V 2 0. 94 DMIPS/MHz(SRAM)  Cold. Fire V 2 12 © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved. 0. 76 DMIPS/MHz (Flash) 1) Based on DMIPS v 2. 1 2) Numbers are based on publicly available data sheets from the vendors 3) Data as of 2010/08/17

Low Power Design Problem Cortex M 3 Based MCU n Design Requirements l Performance Low Power Design Problem Cortex M 3 Based MCU n Design Requirements l Performance – 40 DMIPS (version 2. 1) l Run at Maximum Performance for 1 ms/second l STOP for the remainder of the second Stop Current Run V 850 ES/Jx 3 -L Time n Design Choices DMIPS (2. 1) 2 DMIPS/MHz CPU Freq. 1 Run Current 3. 3 V 25 C 1 A Cortex 40 DMIPS 1. 25 36 MHz M 3 -based MCU V 850 ES/Jx 3 -L 17. 3 m. A (Flash access needs 1 wait state) 39 DMIPS 1. 95 20 MHz 12 m. A 1 1 Based on values from specification stated in product datasheet on internal benchmarking 2 Based 13 © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved.

How Small are the Packages? LQFP Packages BGA Packages (0. 5 mm Pitch) 24. How Small are the Packages? LQFP Packages BGA Packages (0. 5 mm Pitch) 24. 26 mm WQFN Packages (0. 5 mm Pitch) (0. 65/0. 5 mm Pitch) 80 p 113 p 12 mm 8 mm 64 p 5 mm WQFN package 0. 75 mm Thinness 64 p 10 mm 48 p 7 mm 17. 91 mm 48 p 7 mm 40 p 6 mm Only a small selection of packages 15 © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved.

V 850 Bus Architecture V 850 MCU CPU Instruction Fetch Instruction Bus On-chip Flash V 850 Bus Architecture V 850 MCU CPU Instruction Fetch Instruction Bus On-chip Flash Bus Arbitration External Memory DMA Control External Devices Data Bus Operand Data Access On-chip RAM 16 External Bus Control © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved. On-chip Peripherals

Enhanced Pipeline Delivering High Performance Regular 5 -stage pipeline Enhanced 5 -stage pipeline delivers Enhanced Pipeline Delivering High Performance Regular 5 -stage pipeline Enhanced 5 -stage pipeline delivers 1. 9 DMIPS/MHz Instruction Fetch Operand Decode Branch/LD Pipe Early Address Calculation Early address calculation reduces branch penalty or load cycle 17 © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved. Data Memory Forward Write Back Memory Execute Write Back With Load/Store Buffer reduces 1 clock cycle

Enhanced Pipeline Delivering High Performance Traditional 5 -stage Pipeline: Branch R 1, R 2, Enhanced Pipeline Delivering High Performance Traditional 5 -stage Pipeline: Branch R 1, R 2, Immediate Instruction Fetch CLK 1: Branch instruction is fetched Operand Decode CLK 2: Resolve registers Execute Memory Write Back CLK 3: Compare and Calculate Target address Enhanced V 850 ES 5 -stage Pipeline: BCOND, Immediate Instruction Fetch CLK 1: Branch instruction is fetched 18 Operand Decode Execute Branch/LD Pipe CLK 2: Branch uses Condition Flag to decide Calculate Target address © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved. Data Forward Write Back Memory Write Back Reduce 1 cycle

Enhanced Pipeline Delivering High Performance Traditional Pipeline: Load R 1, R 2, Immediate Instruction Enhanced Pipeline Delivering High Performance Traditional Pipeline: Load R 1, R 2, Immediate Instruction Fetch CLK 1: LOAD instruction is fetched Operand Decode CLK 2: Resolve registers Execute Memory CLK 3: Calculate Target address Write Back CLK 4: Load is executed Enhanced V 850 ES Pipeline: SLOAD R 1, Immediate Instruction Fetch CLK 1: SLOAD instruction is fetched 19 Operand Decode Execute Branch/LD Pipe CLK 2: Add Immediate to a special register to calculate Target address © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved. Data Forward Write Back Memory Write Back CLK 3: Load is executed Reduce 1 cycle

Enhanced Pipeline Delivering High Performance Traditional Pipeline: Load could stall pipe Instruction Fetch Operand Enhanced Pipeline Delivering High Performance Traditional Pipeline: Load could stall pipe Instruction Fetch Operand Decode Execute CLK 1: LOAD CLK 2: Load CLK 3: Load CLK 2: Next Inst CLK 3: Next Inst Memory Write Back CLK 4: Next inst. CLK 4: Load is could stall the pipe Enhanced V 850 ES Pipeline: Load/Store buffer reduces stall LOAD Next Inst 20 Instruction Fetch Operand Decode Branch/LD Pipe © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved. Execute Data Forward Write Back Memory Write Back

Instruction Set For Performance and Fast Control n Fast computation l l l Saturated Instruction Set For Performance and Fast Control n Fast computation l l l Saturated arithmetic operation 16 x 16 hardware multiplier to support fast multiplication Single cycle shift with barrel shift hardware Single cycle bit manipulation operation Single cycle byte swap n Fast Response l Conditional Branch – Branch based on Flag (C, Z and etc) hide 1 clock latency l Table of Function Call – Faster address calculation for long call 21 © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved.

High Performance = Low Power? n Delivering High Performance and Low Power at the High Performance = Low Power? n Delivering High Performance and Low Power at the same time sounds like a contradiction? n Higher Performance delivered by raising frequency will not reduce power n Delivering more processing power by DMIPS/MHz can reduce power consumption n Doing more work at a lower operating frequency means low power and low EMI!! 22 © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved.

V 850 ES Energy Efficiency n Enhanced pipeline delivers high performance at 1. 9 V 850 ES Energy Efficiency n Enhanced pipeline delivers high performance at 1. 9 DMIPS/MHz (v 2. 1) n V 850 ES can operate at a lower frequency to achieve the same processing performance as Cortex-M 3 (1. 25 DMIPS/MHz) 1 n Lower frequency consumes less power DMIPS (2. 1) A Cortex 2 40 DMIPS/ MHz CPU Freq. 1. 25 36 MHz M 3 -based MCU V 850 ES/Jx 3 -L 1 Run Current 3. 3 V 25 C 1 Energy Efficiency 17. 3 m. A 0. 4 m. A/DMIPS 12 m. A 0. 3 m. A/DMIPS (Flash access needs 1 wait state) 39 DMIPS 1. 95 20 MHz Source: http: //www. arm. com/products/processors/cortex-m 3. php Based on values from specification stated in product datasheet 3 Based on internal benchmarking 1 2 23 © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved.

Circuit technique to reduce power in RUN CPU Flash ROM RAM Memory portion § Circuit technique to reduce power in RUN CPU Flash ROM RAM Memory portion § Intelligent power management I/O Logic portion § Optimize Clock Tree Structure Normal operation current (Typ. ) 30 m. A § Maximize the choice of low drive primitive cell 13 m. A Jx 3 24 © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved. Jx 3 -L

Circuit technique to reduce power n ON/OFF management for Flash CPU Flash ON Always Circuit technique to reduce power n ON/OFF management for Flash CPU Flash ON Always Powered ON JG 3 -L CPU Flash ON/OFF Powered OFF during no fetch cycle (e. g. DIV execution, 16 bit instruction vs. 32 bit fetch) n Activation management for RAM JG 3 -L CPU RAM Activate all RAM cell 25 © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved. CPU RAM Activate only accessed RAM

Different Standby Modes and Options n Different operation modes to tailor application needs Mode Different Standby Modes and Options n Different operation modes to tailor application needs Mode Condition 32 k. Hz Main PLL Osc. Ckt. RUN ON 2 ON ON 2 HALT ON 2 ON IDLE 1 ON 2 IDLE 2 STOP CPU Peripherals Flash RAM/Register RTC Others ON ON ON Retained ON 2 STOP ON ON Retained ON ON 2 STOP 1 ON ON Retained ON 2 ON ON 2 STOP 1 ON OFF Retained ON 2 STOP 1 STOP 1 Low Power OFF Retained 1 2 26 Regulator © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved. RTC and some peripherals such as UART can be left on 32 k. Hz oscillator/PLL can be switched on/off

Peripherals Support Low Power Design V 850 ES/Jx 3 -L UART/CSI opera table When Peripherals Support Low Power Design V 850 ES/Jx 3 -L UART/CSI opera table When MCU is STOP Tracks time without waking up MCU Track Vdd voltage To manage system Lots of Flash to store data Eliminate EEPROM 27 © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved.

Real Time Calendar n Embedded registers for Second, Minute and etc clk 16 -bit Real Time Calendar n Embedded registers for Second, Minute and etc clk 16 -bit Sub Count Second Register Minute Register Hour Register Day Register Week Register Calibration Register n Eliminates waking up MCU every ½ second to track the time. 28 © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved. Available in some products

Using Real Time Calendar To Save Current n Design Requirements l MCU wakes up Using Real Time Calendar To Save Current n Design Requirements l MCU wakes up every 15 min l Do sensing and put time stamp on data MCU w/ simple timer current MCU is woken up ½ second to update time MCU wakes up for processing + time stamping MCU wakes up 1800 times to update real-time in memory time 15 min MCU w/ RTC 29 current MCU is STOP during the 15 min © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved. 29

Real Time Calendar Hardware Calibration Register n Hardware calibration to compensate crystal variance l Real Time Calendar Hardware Calibration Register n Hardware calibration to compensate crystal variance l Simplify factory calibration l Support field calibration n Adjustment from 61 us to 11. 3 ms in 60 seconds clk 16 -bit Sub Count Second Register Minute Register Hour Register Day Register Week Register Calibration Register § Calibration register add/subtract ticks to adjust variance Available in some products 30 © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved.

Low Voltage Indicator Support Graceful Shutdown Vbattery Lithium Battery Graceful Shutdown § Alert users Low Voltage Indicator Support Graceful Shutdown Vbattery Lithium Battery Graceful Shutdown § Alert users to change battery § Save data in Flash Alkaline Battery Service Hours Vdd Low Voltage Indicator MCU 31 © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved. Interrupt to CPU

EEPROM Emulation Reduces Component Count EEPROM / Data Flash MCU High Density Flash (Up EEPROM Emulation Reduces Component Count EEPROM / Data Flash MCU High Density Flash (Up to 1 MB) Data 1 Data 2 Data 3 MCU 32 © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved. Allocated Flash for EEPROM Emulation

EEPROM Emulation Reduces Component Count n Same Data can be written to different physical EEPROM Emulation Reduces Component Count n Same Data can be written to different physical Flash to extend the number of updates Physical Flash First call to EEPROM_WRITE_DATA(data); Valid Data Allocated Flash for EEPROM Emulation Physical Flash Second call to EEPROM_WRITE_DATA(data); Old Data Valid Data n Inherently support “last valid” and “unroll” 33 © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved. Allocated Flash for EEPROM Emulation

Serial Interfaces That Can Wake Up MCU n Design Requirements l Wireless sensor network Serial Interfaces That Can Wake Up MCU n Design Requirements l Wireless sensor network l Extend battery life as much as possible Run to maintain network SPI Radio + Lower Layer MAC STOP MCU § Serial Interface can wake up MCU in STOP mode § External device supplies clock and data 34 © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved.

Serial Interfaces That Can Wake Up MCU n Design Requirements l Wireless sensor network Serial Interfaces That Can Wake Up MCU n Design Requirements l Wireless sensor network l Extend battery life as much as possible data Run up Waketo maintain process MCU to network SPI Radio + Lower Layer MAC STOP RUN MCU § Serial Interface can wake up MCU in STOP mode § External device supplies clock and data 35 © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved.

V 850 ES MCUs Support Low Power Portable Applications High performance V 850 ES V 850 ES MCUs Support Low Power Portable Applications High performance V 850 ES delivers 1. 9 DMIPS/MHz Energy Efficient for Portable Application V 850 ES/Jx 3 -L delivers 0. 3 m. A/DMIPS Small Packages 64 -pin WQFN as small as 7 x 7 mm. BGA in 5 x 5 mm Features support Low Power Portable Application Real Time Counter, Low Voltage Indicator, EEPROM Emulation and more 36 © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved.

Commitment to Portable Application Next generation V 850 ES/Jx 4 n 1. 5 -2 Commitment to Portable Application Next generation V 850 ES/Jx 4 n 1. 5 -2 x performance improvement n Smaller packages to 33 -pin Today V 850 ES Jx 3 series 37 © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved. n >50% reduction in current consumption n Specialized peripherals to reduce power

Innovation Possible DJ Mixer Oscilloscope Heat Scanner Thermal Printer Medical equipment Scanner 38 © Innovation Possible DJ Mixer Oscilloscope Heat Scanner Thermal Printer Medical equipment Scanner 38 © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved.

Thank You! 39 © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved. Thank You! 39 © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved.

Appendix 40 © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved. Appendix 40 © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved.

MCU Naming Convention V850ES /JG 3 -L CPU Core Type V 850 ES V MCU Naming Convention V850ES /JG 3 -L CPU Core Type V 850 ES V 850 E 2 : V 850 E 1 : V 850 ES : V 850 E 2 Line up H J M I : 5 V GP : 3 V GP : High end GP : Motor ASSP Spec/ Pin count C : 40/48 pin E : 64 pin F : 80 pin G : 100 pin H : 128 pin J : 144 pin K : 176 pin L : 208 pin “x” means a wildcard V 850 ES/Jx 3 -L, V 850 ES/Hx 3 Generation The bigger the number, the later the generation Option -L : Low Power -H : High Performance/USB -U/-E : USB Host/Ethernet 41 © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved.

V 850 MCU Products in 2010 General Purpose Ultra Low Power General Purpose V V 850 MCU Products in 2010 General Purpose Ultra Low Power General Purpose V 850 ES/Jx 3 -L 62 DMIPS v 2. 1 STOP Current 1. 5 u. A 81 DMIPS v 2. 1 USB Device Max Freq: 32 MHz Voltage: 2. 85 – 3. 6 V Pins: 100 -144 Flash: 385 -1024 KB RAM: 32 -60 KB Max Freq: 20 MHz Voltage: 2. 85 -3. 6 V Pins: 80 - 100 Flash: 256 - 512 KB RAM: 32 - 40 KB Max Freq: 48 MHz Voltage: 2. 85 -3. 6 V Pins: 48 -128 Flash: 16 -512 KB RAM: 8 -56 KB Low Power Connectivity V 850 ES/Jx 3 -L USB Device Max Freq: 20 MHz Voltage 2. 85 -3. 6 V Pins: 100 Flash: 256 - 512 KB RAM: 40 KB 42 © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved. Connectivity V 850 ES/Jx 3 -H V 850 ES/Jx 3 -U 81 DMIPS v 2. 1 USB Device + Host Max Freq: 48 MHz Voltage 2. 85 -3. 6 V Pins: 100 -128 Flash: 384 -512 KB RAM: 48 -56 KB V 850 ES/Jx 3 -E 84 DMIPS v 2. 1 Eth MAC + USB Device Max Freq: 50 MHz Voltage: 2. 85 -3. 6 V Pins: 128 -144 Flash: 256 -512 KB RAM: 76 -128 KB

Scalable Family to Meet Different Cost Structure Jx 3 1 MB Jx 3 -L Scalable Family to Meet Different Cost Structure Jx 3 1 MB Jx 3 -L 768 KB 512 KB Jx 3 Performance: 39 – 90 DMIPS (v 2. 1) Packages: 40 – 144 Pins Flash Memory: 16 k - 1 M bytes Jx 3 -U Jx 3 -E Jx 3 -U Jx 3 -H Jx 3 -L Jx 3 -U 384 KB Jx 3 -E Jx 3 -U Jx 3 -H 2010/2011 Product Expansion Jx 3 -E Jx 3 -H Jx 3 -L Jx 3 -E 256 KB Jx 3 -H Jx 3 -L 128 KB Jx 3 -H Jx 3 -L Jx 3 -L Jx 3 -H Jx 3 -L Jx 3 General Purpose 32 KB 16 KB 43 Jx 3 -H Jx 3 -L Low Power Jx 3 -L Low Power + USB device Jx 3 -H Jx 3 -L Jx 3 -E Ethernet + USB device Jx 3 -H Jx 3 -U USB host + USB device Jx 3 -L Jx 3 -H USB device 40 pin 64 KB 48 pin © 2010 Renesas Electronics America Inc. All rights reserved. 64 pin 80 pin 100 pin 128 pin 144 pin

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