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In this instalment I’m going to cover downloading, installing and setting up the development software:   TL;DR; I’m aiming these posts at those who are not familiar with MCU development to give them a feel of what they will go through.  I know not everyone will be interested in reading this in detail so I’ll provide a brief summary of the points: The IDE, e2Studio is based on Eclipse CDT which is a great decision as it is widely used and supported.  Installation ...
In this instalment I’m going to cover how easy it is to get to grips with the board: Setting up a Renesas account Updating the firmware Undertaking the e-learning provided Checking out support options for probable future use I’ll apologise for it being a bit text heavy.  Some of the ground I cover involves material that you have to sign up for and I’d feel uncomfortable posting images or large tracts of that content.   TL;DR; I’m aiming these posts at those ...
I applied to road test the RX65N MCU EV kit for two reasons: I thought that I could test the product by re-producing the HMI (Human-Machine Interface) that I created for my last project - a bench power supply - which uses a 4Duino from 4D Systems.  I understand that this is an evaluation board for the RX65N group of micro controllers so any conclusions must be made in light of that specific purpose, but it comes with an LCD and provision for the mounting of Arduino headers and SD card. ...
1.0     Introduction 2.0    The "On−board Sensor Tests" Example 2.1     Loading project into IDE 2.2     Flashing the RSL10-SENSE board 2.3     Executing the project 2.3     Reviewing the project configuration settings 2.3.1     sense_production_tests.rteconfig 2.3.2     The “RTE” folder 3.0 ...

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