Webinars about the RX65N and RX651
12 Aug 2019 - 31 Jan 2020
Do you want to get started with the RX65N Cloud Kit or the RX651? Then watch the free, on-demand webinars provided by Renesas.
Realize truly compact, secure IoT connectivity modules with easy firmware updates with the RX651
The explosive growth of the IoT and Industry 4.0 has sparked the need for higher performance, smaller form factor connectivity modules that support the various security aspects required with IoT connectivity—such as confidentiality, data integrity and availability. The RX651 delivers on this need with smaller MCU package sizes that are ideal for compact IoT applications, without compromising performance, The 64-pin RX651 MCUs give customers the small footprint, high performance, and security features they need to safeguard their connected industrial and manufacturing systems against cyber-attacks.
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Cloud Connectivity using AWS and the new RX65N Cloud Kit
Introducing qualification and support of FreeRTOS along with a FreeRTOS-qualified Smart Configurator for RX devices. In addition, we are introducing the new new RX65N Cloud Kit which can simplify the process of getting connected to the cloud using Amazon Web Services (AWS).
With these new FreeRTOS qualifications and the RX65N Cloud Kit you'll have the ability to explore the wide variety of options offered with the RX65N 32-bit MCU and be able to get connected to the Cloud quickly and inexpensively using AWS and FreeRTOS. The kit comes with everything you'll need to enable fast prototyping of your system and get data sent to the Cloud. You'll be able to develop and debug the software using FreeRTOS to enable collection of data from a variety of sensors and communicate those parameters securely to the Cloud.
Be sure to register for our webinar and learn just how easily get connected to the Cloud using Renesas MCUs, Amazon FreeRTOS and AWS, the RX65N Cloud kit and associated software.
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BD71847AMWV - How to Power the NXP i.MX 8M Mini Processor Family Efficiently
We will introduce you to the BD71847, provide a general product overview and addressable applications, and take a look at the buck performance as well as timing results necessary to power-up and down the NXP processor safely.
How to start with Azure Sphere
Learn how a simple MCU solution can submit data highly secured to the cloud without you having to worry about the security.
USB Type-C and Power Delivery (PD) Explained
The USB Committee offers 3 separate specifications for Type C, PD, totaling over 1,500 pages. This webinar distills all three specification documents into the “must know” USB Type C/PD facts and requirements needed to be successful in this application.