Renesas Electronics' products include:
- System LSIs
- Microcontrollers/microprocessors (e.g. RL78, 78K(0), R8C, RX, V850, SuperH, M16C, M32C, R32C, H8, RH850 etc.)
- Logic ICs
- Analog ICs
- Discrete devices (diodes, Power MOSFETs, thyristors and triacs, transistors)
- Memory ICs (Flash, SRAM)
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