The new FIVEberry embedded system from ARIES Embedded offers a smooth and fast start into computing projects. It integrates the powerful, OSM-compatible MSRZFive system-in-package (SiP) based on the single-core microprocessor RZ/Five by Renesas. The RZ/Five microprocessor has a RISC-V CPU core (AX45MP single) running at 1.0 GHz. The FIVEberry supports all necessary features to make the first steps with the RISC-V CPU core. The entry-level platform serves an expanded user community to develop and debug drivers and bootloaders, and even use it in prototype setups.
Suitable for entry-class social infrastructure gateway control and industrial gateway control
The RZ/Five general-purpose microprocessor units (MPUs) from Renesas are built around a 64-bit RISC-V CPU core and employ the AX45MP from Andes Technology Corporation, based on the RISC-V CPU instruction set architecture (ISA). The peripheral functions of the small, low-cost FIVEberry include support for multiple interfaces, including 2 Gigabit Ethernet channels, 2 USB 2.0 channels, and 2 CAN channels. In addition, it offers dual A/D converter modules, making it ideal for applications such as entry-class social infrastructure gateway control and industrial gateway control.