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Mar. 06
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PR graphic: J-Link supports Renesas Rz/V2H MPU

SEGGER’s J-Link debug probes support Renesas RZ/V2H MPU

SEGGER announces that its J-Link debug probes now support the new RZ/V2H MPU from Renesas Electronics Corporation.

The RZ/V2H is a single-chip MPU designed for next-generation robotics applications that require both vision AI and real-time control capabilities. With the integration of four Arm Cortex-A55 CPU cores, two Cortex-R8 cores, and one Cortex-M33 sub-core, the RZ/V2H can effectively manage both vision AI and real-time control tasks.

SEGGER's J-Link family of debug probes is widely adopted by numerous embedded development projects globally and provides the support needed for the RZ/V2H. This partnership will help accelerate the development of next-generation robotic innovations.

When the lifecycle reaches production, SEGGER also covers this with reliable programming tools that ensure a high yield rate. The SEGGER Flasher family of production tools inherits programming support for the RZ/V2H from J-Link. Programming external memories via the microprocessor is supported as well.

"We are thrilled to be part of the launch of the RZ/V2H, which combines AI technology with real-time control," says Rolf Segger, founder of SEGGER. "Our J-Link debug probes, with a proven track record of providing reliable and efficient debugging solutions for embedded systems for over two decades, are great tools that developers working with the RZ/V2H are sure to love."

"Renesas is committed to providing our customers with the most advanced and efficient solutions for their embedded systems," said Daryl Khoo, Vice President of the Embedded Processing 1st Business Division at Renesas. "We are excited to partner with SEGGER to provide our customers with a reliable and efficient debugging solution for the RZ/V2H."

The RZ/V2H is part of Renesas' popular RZ Family of MPUs and is designed for high-performance robotics applications. It provides the highest level of performance in its family, all while consuming less power, making cooling fans and other heat-dissipating components unnecessary. As a result, engineers can create smaller systems that are more cost-effective, and more reliable.

For more information about any devices supported by J-Link, visit the Supported devices page on