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Renesas Electronics RZ-T2L Starter Kit Plus

A demonstration and development platform for RZ/T2L High Performance MPU.


Product CategoryDevelopment Boards and Kits
External Bus 8, 16 bits
Ether ports3
CPUCortex®-R52 (Max 800MHz)
ApplicationsIndustrial Automation, AC Servo Drives, Medical Equipment, Inverters,


The board is designed to provide real-time high-precision control, featuring a single-chip motor control system that works on an Arm ® Cortex ® R-52. The board is ideal for testing and developing a wide range of microprocessor-based systems that require high precision. So, it has medical, industrial, robotics, and motor control applications.

Powerful Development Platform Featuring the RZ/T2L Microprocessor

Thanks to the RZ/T2L microprocessor board, the development starter kit+ is well-equipped to perform high-speed processing and RT control. The hardware architecture is quite similar to that of the RZ/T2M. 

Moreover, the processor allows for scalability. It has a compatible platform for Renesas software, allowing the user to scale the product development phase quickly. 

The microprocessor features an Integrated Arm Cortex R-52 processor at 800 MHz. The processor is coupled with a 576 KB memory connected to the CPU at the low latency port. The board also features an Analog to Digital converter allowing the users to integrate sensors and real-time data acquisition systems to connect to the board. 

Also, there is an integrated EtherCAT slave controller with ECC support.

Thanks to such a robust feature set, the RZ/T2L Starter Kit+ is a helpful option for developing motor control systems, high-precision control mechanisms, and factory automation systems. Since it’s an all-in-one package, the MPU board and starter kit reduce dependency on external hardware and optimize development time for microprocessor development teams. 

Versatile Feature Set for AC Servo and AC Drive Applications

The Renesas Electronics RZ-T2L Starter Kit+ uses the Renesas microprocessor programming tools. The development board features multiple timers, a 12-bit ADC, Secure Boot, and Crypto Engine security features. Therefore, it provides a highly safe and secure environment for the development of projects. 

The board allows users to pick a suitable MPU from the Renesas microprocessor range. It’s primarily built for AC drives and servo applications that require high precision and real-time monitoring. Therefore, it uses the SPI interface. More interfaces include the EtherCAT Slave Controller, USB 2.0, and External Bus.

Moreover, additional embedded circuits and indicators support the microprocessor operations that reduce the need for external hardware. For instance, there are embedded switches, LED lights, and potentiometers to simulate various applications instantly. A USB Type-C connector powers this board, and there is an optional barrel power jack for connecting with an external battery or power supply.  

Also, the board provides sample applications for starters to help them understand the significant board operations without relying on additional resources. The user can access the code debugging tools on the software side and connect to the board seamlessly. 

Thanks to such an extensive feature set, the RZ/T2L start kit is a viable option for elevator control, AC servo drives, industrial automation, inverters, wind turbines, and medical equipment. 


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