MicroSys Announces Automotive miriac SBC S32G274A Dev Kit
MicroSys is showcasing its latest automotive and industrial SBC & development kit, the Miriac SBC-S32G274A, powered by NXP S32G Quad-core Cortex-A53 vehicle network processor. The development kit runs Linux and is aimed at the automotive industry.
The Components of the SBC
The miriac SBC-S32G274A was developed specifically with the NXP’s S32G274A Vehicle Network Processor for automotive connectivity. A SoM, the MPX-S32G274A, is mounted almost at the center of the carrier board and comes with the purchase. High-speed interfaces include:
- 2x Flexray
- 4x LIN
- 16x CAN
- 2x CAN FD
The NXP S32G Safe and Secure Vehicle Network Processor
Made for high-speed calculations and communication, the miriac SBC is built on the NXP’s S32G Arm Cortex-A53 Safe and Secure Vehicle Network Processor.
Introduced at CES 2020 earlier this year, the NXP S32G processor is designed with security and functionality in mind. Utilizing ASIL D Saftey, hardware security, high-performance real-time and application processing, the NXP S32G SoC increases overall performance 10 times compared to the closest processor in the NXP family of automative gateway devices.
The Dev Kit and Applications
The development kit targets industrial automation, medical, railway and transportation, and automotive networking.
- CPU – NXP S32G274A – 4x Arm Cortex-A53 cores and 3x Arm Cortex-M7 cores.
- RAM – 4GB 64bit – LPDDR4 SDRAM
- Flash – 32GB eMMC / 512MB QuadSPI Flash
- SJA1110 TSN Ethernet Switch
- 1x 2.5Gbit
- 4x 1Gbit
- 1x 100 Mb
- 6x T1 Ethernet
- Other I/O Interfaces
- 1x mini-PCIe
- 2x Flexray
- 4x LIN
- 18x CAN (16x CAN / 2x CAN FD)
- 12x analog Inputs to ADCs
- 1x M.2 Module type M
- Dimensions – 200 mm x 140 mm
LinuxGizmos has reported on the miriac SBC-S32G274A, the product page offers information and specs on the dev kit. The announcement of the miriac SBC system and the dev kit is found on the MicroSys Website.
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