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ARM - FPGA

ZYNQ - BORA

ZYNQ - BORA

Processor: Xilinx "Zynq" XC7Z010 / XC7Z020 Bora is the top-class Dual Cortex-A9 + FPGA CPU module by DAVE, based on the recent Xilinx "Zynq" XC7Z010 / XC7Z020 application processor. Bora offers great computational power, thanks to the rich set of pheripherals, the Dual Cortex-A9 and the Artix-7 FPGA inside. Bora is designed in order to keep full compatibiliy with the Ultra Line CPU modules, to guarantee the premium quality and technical value of those customers that requires top performances.

Main Features:

  • Unmatched performance thanks to Dual ARM Cortex-A9 @800MHz
  • All memories you need: On board NOR and NAND Flash Memory
  • Enabling smarter system thanks to Artix-7 FPGA integrated on-chip
  • FPGA banks wide range PSU input from 1.2V to 3.3V
  • Highest security and reliability: Internal voltage monitoring and power good enable
  • Reduced carrier complexity: DUAL CAN, USB, Ethernet GB and native 3.3 V I/O
  • Easy to fit thanks to its small form factor
  • Precise timing application thanks to 5p

MPC512X - ARIA

MPC512X - ARIA

Processor: Freescale MPC512x Power Architecture ARIA is a high-level PowerPC CPU module based on Freescale MPC512x Power Architecture microprocessor. ARIA is suitable for single board computing for industrial, automotive and consumer applications, including embedded solutions requiring network connectivity, sophisticated displays, rich user-interfaces (telematics, rear-seat entertainment systems, vehicle connectivity, infotainment, surveillance and security systems).
ARIA allows quick deployment of solutions due to the COM Express compliance and provides high flexibility thanks to the powerful FPGA on board.

  • CPU module based on Freescale MPC512x Power Architecture CPU
  • e300 core built on Power Architecture technology
  • Up to 400 MHz performance and 760 MIPS
  • 32-bit RISC audio accelerator engine (AXE)
  • PowerVR® MBX Lite 2D/3D Graphics Engine
  • Evaluation Board available with exhaustive Development Kit
  • FPGA on board for high flexibility
  • Ready for Linux 2.6 + native component driver

Main Features

  • Up to 1 GB DDR2 SDRAM
  • Flash NOR (up to 128 MB) and Flash NAND (up to 1 GB) on board
  • 4 x USB, 2 x UART, 2 x CAN
  • SRAM with battery backup
  • 1 x Serial ATA, 1 x Parallel ATA, 1 x SD/MMC
  • Fast Ethernet LAN
  • DIU Integrated Display Controller supports up to XGA resolution
  • 1 x LVDS, 1 x VGA
  • PCI, LPC and I2C buses
  • Touch Screen controller
  • Small form factor: 95mm x 84mm
  • Available as COM Express Pluggable, Plus and Enhanced profiles

I.MX31 - QONG

I.MX31 - QONG

Processor: Freescale ARM1136 i.MX31C Qong is an amazing general purpose microprocessor CPU board powered by the Freescale ARM1136 i.MX31C CPU. Its compact form factor, reliability and low power consumption make it suitable for embedded applications both in Linux and Windows CE environments. QONG is specifically conceived for the industrial world, since it embeds the C version of the i.MX31 CPU, which is specifically designed to work in the extended temperature range (-40°C/+85°C). Moreover, the performance and the high versatility of the i.MX31C, combined with the powerful on board FPGA, make this CPU module perfect also for custom applications. The complete list of the available FPGA IP cores is reported here. Qong features can be evaluated through the development kits, which are now available with the new QongEVB host board.

Main Features:

  • Fast Ethernet 10/100 w/PHY
  • USB: 1x 2.0 Host w/PHY + 1x OTG
  • UARTs: 1x full, 2x 4-wire serial ports
  • Serial buses: 2x I2C, 2x SPI
  • LCD controller + Touch screen
  • 2 x SD/MMC
  • On-board FPGA
  • One-wire, SIM, Camera Interface, Analog Audio In and Out
  • 7 x ADC
  • Linux and WinCE development kits

AMD GEODELX NEPTUNE

AMD GEODELX NEPTUNE

Processor: AMD x86 Geode LX Neptune is DAVE's answer to the x86 CPU modules demand. It's a general purpose microprocessor board powered by the AMD Geode LX CPU. But Neptune is a step beyond the typical x86 architecture, offering something more attractive for the embedded world: Open Firmware, more powerful and flexible than a traditional BIOS, is DAVE's choice as boot firmware for Neptune. Neptune, due to its low power consumption (LX800 CPU is 0.9W) is suitable for single board computing or mobile computing applications, based on Linux but also on Windows operating systems. Leveraging on the x86 compatibility, Neptune allows quick deployment of solutions based on software developed for the well-known x86 architecture. The powerful FPGA improves Neptune flexibility and allows customers to add specific interfaces to the design. The complete list of the available IP cores is reported here.

Main Features

  • Battery Charger
  • USB: 1 x Host + 1 x OTG
  • UARTs: 1 x full, 1 x 4-wire serial ports
  • Serial buses: 2 x I2C, 1 x SPI
  • LCD controller + Touch screen
  • 2 x SD/MMC
  • One Wire
  • SIM, Camera Interface, Analog Audio In and Out
  • 5 x ADC
  • Linux and WinCE development kits