Renesas Introduces New “Lab on the Cloud” Environment for Access to Application Solutions

January 21, 2021

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Renesas Introduces New “Lab on the Cloud” Environment for Access to Application Solutions

Designers Can Configure Evaluation Boards Remotely Through an Intuitive GUI

Renesas announced its new “Lab on the Cloud” environment where Renesas solutions, including evaluation boards and software, are hosted in a remote lab that customers can access and test online.

The Lab on the Cloud provides users with access to Renesas solutions before they receive a physical board or start a design. Boards are configured in a remote lab connected to the cloud and users access the boards through an intuitive GUI. Live video of each board allows users to test, monitor, and measure results. The Lab on the Cloud environment utilizes a platform developed by Tenxer Technologies, and provides 24/7 access to, along with online support for, Renesas solutions.

Renesas is initially providing access to 9 popular evaluation boards in the Lab on the Cloud environment, with more becoming available in the coming months.

  • MPPT-Based Solar Battery Charger
  • USB-PD with Turbo Boost
  • Buck-Boost Last Gasp Power Supply for Energy Meter
  • Standard 4-20mA Loop - Industrial Receiver
  • Arduino Shield Sensor Board
  • Scalable HMI SMARC SoM with AI
  • 1PH Static Energy Meter
  • Digital Illuminometer
  • Ultra-Low Power MCU RE Family

The Lab on the Cloud is available today and accessible at www.renesas.com/labonthecloud.

For more information, visit: renesas.com.

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