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What are the differences between the RX850 and RX850 Pro?

Latest Updated:12/01/2011

Question:

The RX850 is available in two types: the RX850 and the RX850 Pro.
What are the differences between the RX850 and RX850 Pro?

Answer:

The RX850 is a product designed to facilitate transfer from 8/16-bit 78K Series products and has been made more compact.
The RX850 Pro is an RX850-enhanced type and has almost the same specifications as the RX830.

For more details, please see below.

OS Performance Description
RX850 [Conditions]
- V853 (25MHz)
- Program: Internal ROM
- Data/stack: Internal RAM
<>Maximum interrupt disable time: 7μs
<>Task switching time: 11μs (wup_tsk)
<>Code size: 3 to 7 KB
This OS is easy to port from the 78K Series.
It has a compact design to enable operation from the on-chip ROM and RAM of the V850.
RX850
Pro
[Conditions]
- V850E/MA1 (50MHz)
- Program: External ROM
(external bus width: 16bits/2waits)
- Data/stack: Internal RAM
<>Maximum interrupt disable time: 8μs
<>Task switching time: 20μs (wup_tsk)
<>Code size: 5 to 13KB
This is the RX850 OS but with enhanced functions.
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