Build Secured And Cost Effective Next-Generation Actuator And Sensor Applications Based On The Latest E/E Architectures

More advanced 16-bit MCUs are needed to respond to the changes from E/E architecture.


Automotive E/E architectures have undergone remarkable changes in recent years influencing actuator and sensor applications such as body control (lights, windows, and mirrors, etc.), motor control such as engine pumps and fans, and sensor control. Traditionally, these applications have used small and low-cost 16-bit microcontrollers (MCUs) but now they need more advanced 16-bit MCUs. In this white paper, we will introduce the latest 16-bit RL78/F2x3 MCUs that can respond to the changes from E/E architecture.

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