- SoC – Xilinx XC7Z015-1CLG485C (Zynq-7015) dual core ARM Cortex-A9 processor @ 667 MHz (up to 866MHz) with Artix-7 class FPGA subsystem with 74K logic cells, 46,200 LUTs, 160 DSP slices, 4x high-speed SerDes transceivers up to 6.25 Gbps, 4x four PCIe Gen2 hardened, integrated IP blocks
- System Memory – 1GB DDR3 SDRAM
- Storage – 4GB eMMC flash, 32MB QSPI Flash (16MB optional)
- Connectivity – 1x Ethernet PHY, 1x USB PHY
- I/Os and peripherals via 2x 140-pin board-to-board connectors:
- 1x Gigabit Ethernet
- 1x USB OTG 2.0
- Up to 2x serial ports, up to 2x I2C, up to 2x CAN BUS, 1x SPI
- 1x independent differential ADC, 16-channel ADC
- 1x SDIO
- Bank 13 – PL I/O configurable as up to 18 LVDS pairs and 1 single-ended I/O or 37 single-ended I/O
- Bank 34 – PL I/O configurable as up to 24 LVDS pairs and 2 single-ended I/O or 50 single-ended I/O
- Bank 35 – PL I/O configurable as up to 24 LVDS pairs and 2 single-ended I/O or 50 single-ended I/O)
- Misc – External watchdog, 3x LEDs for power, FPGA programming, and user.
- Power supply – 5V/0.5A
- Dimensions – 75mm x 55mm (12-layer PCB design)
- Temperature Range – 0~70 deg. Celsius (commercial grade)
One of the extra features brought by Zynq-7015, compared to Zynq-7010/7020 SoCs, is the presence of four high speed transceivers. The company will provide a BSP to customers with Linux 3.15.0, all drivers, gcc toolchain, bootloader, a ramdisk and a rootfs.
In order to speed up development for your project, the company can also offers MYD-C7Z015 baseboard for the module with the following interfaces:
- Connected to ARM Cortex A9 processor (Processing System = PS):
- 4x USB 2.0 host ports (through USB Hub)
- 1x RS232 DB9 port
- 1x micro card slot to boot the system
- 1x CAN terminal block
- 1x 10/100/1000M Ethernet port
- 1x 2.54mm pitch 14-pin JTAG interface used by both PL & PS
- 1x battery backed RTC
- 1x User Button
- 1x I2C for LCD and resistive touch screen
- Connected to FPGA fabric (Programmable Logic = PL):
- 1x XADC interface
- 1x Xilinx standard LPFMC interface
- 3x PMoD connectors
- 1x HDMI port: 16-bit YCrCb, up to 1080p display, no audio
- 1x LCD/Touch screen interface: 16-bit RGB, signals multiplexed with HDMI, supports resistive and capacitive touch screen
- 1x SFP optical transceiver module interface
- 1x PCIe slot
- 2x LEDs: 1x for FMC module detection, 1x for power
MYC-C7Z015 computer-on-module sells for $189 in single unit, MYD-C7Z015 development board and accessories – such as cables and power supply – goes for $369. 4.3″ and 7″ resistive or capacitive LCD Modules are also available for respectively $60 and $99.
You find all the details, including documentation, and purchase links via Paypal on MYIR Tech MYC-C7Z015 CPU module product page.
Jean-Luc started CNX Software in 2010 as a part-time endeavor, before quitting his job as a software engineering manager, and starting to write daily news, and reviews full time later in 2011.