AEC-Q100 qualified module features Allwinner T507-H processor for automotive applications

We first wrote about Allwinner T507 when we covered a module and devkit from Forlinx, but now MYiR Tech has designed its own AEC-Q100 qualified system-on-module (MYC-YT507H) and the MYD-YT507H development board based Allwinner T507-H processor.

MYC-YT507H – Allwinner T507-H SoM

Specifications:

  • SoC – Allwinner T507-H with a quad-core Arm Cortex-A53 processor @ 1.5GHz, Arm Mali-G31 MP2 GPU with support for OpenGL ES 3.2/2.0/1.0, Vulkan1.1, OpenCL 2.0; 4K60 H.265/VP9/AVS2 video decoder, 4K H.264/MJPEG video encoder
  • System Memory – 1 or 2GB LPDDR4
  • Storage – 8GB eMMC flash, 32Kbit EEPROM (or is it 32KB/256Kbit – see block diagram below)
  • 222x castellated holes with 1.0mm pitch for carrier board connection
    • Networking – 1x RGMII and 1x RMII
    • Video
      • 1x HDMI 2.0a up to 4Kp60
      • 2x single-channel LVDS or 1x dual-channel LVDS or 24-bit RGB up to 1080p60
      • 1x TV CVBS output with PAL/NTSC
    • Camera – 1x DVP digital camera, 1x MIPI CSI camera
    • Audio – 3x I2S/PCM and 1x audio out
    • USB – 3x USB 2.0 Host, 1x USB 2.0 OTG
    • Low-speed I/Os – 4x I2C, 2x SPI, 6x UART up to 138 x GPIO
    • Analog – 4x GPADC and 1x LRADC
    • 2x SDIO
    • Debugging – 1x JTAG
  • Power Management
    • Supply Voltage – 5 V
    • Allwinner AXP853T PMIC
  • Dimensions – 45 x 43mm
  • Temperature Range – -40°C to +85°C
  • AEC-Q100 qualified module

It’s unclear whether there are any differences between Allwinner T507 and T507-H processors from the specifications, so I’ve asked, and I was told that T507-H also supports HDMI, and not only LVDS and composite like the Allwinner T507.

The company provides Ubuntu 18.04.5 with Linux 4.9 and XFCE desktop environment, or the Qt5-based MYIR MEasy HMI V2.0 system with both local (display) and remote (web-based) human-machine interface to control all I/Os including RS232, RS485, Ethernet, CAN Bus, etc…

Open-source drivers are offered together with a binary GNU GCC toolchain, but only to customers. The company does not seem to pay much attention to detail as I was told about a new “SOM based on AllWinner T507-H processor which features a dual-core ARM Cortex-A72 industrial processor” and the wrong product link (that’s a habit from them) in the email they sent me, so I first thought “Allwinner finally got a Cortex-A7x CPU”, but that was a false alarm.

MYD-YT507H Development Board

If you want to evaluate the platform, there’s the MYD-YT507H development board with the following features:

  • System-on-module – Allwinner T507-H SoM described above
  • Storage – MicroSD card socket
  • Video Output
    • 1x HDMI
    • 2x single-channel LVDS interfaces (40-pin 0.5mm pitch FPC connector)
    • 1x dual-channel LVDS display interface (30-pin 2.0mm pitch header connector) compatible with MY-LVDS070C LCD module with capacitive touch
    • CVBS interface
  • Audio
    • 3.5mm headphone/mic jack
    • 1x S/PDIF audio output
    • 1x speaker header
  • Camera I/F
    • 1x MIPI-CSI Interface (J2) for MYIR’s MY-CAM003M camera module
    • 1x DPV camera interface (J3) for MYIR’s MY-CAM011B camera module
  • Networking
    • Gigabit Ethernet RJ45 port
    • 10/100M Ethernet RJ45 port
    • Optional WiFi and Bluetooth module (See expansion)
    • Optional 4G LTE module (See expansion)
  • USB – 2x USB 2.0 host port, 1x USB 2.0 Type-C OTG port
  • Serial – 2x TTL serial ports (UART2, UART5)
  • Debugging – 1x USB Type-C port for serial console
  • Expansion
    • 1x Mini PCIe socket + SIM card slot for 4G LTE module
    • 40-pin Raspberry Pi compatible header with GPIO, I2C, UART, etc.. that support MY-WIREDCOM RPI module for extra RS485 and RS232 ports
    • 20-pin expansion header with 1x SDIO and 1x UART that support MY-WF005S WiFi/BT module
  • Misc – Power switch, 3x buttons (Reset, Power, Flash), RTC battery interface
  • Power Supply – DC power Jack

 

MYiR Tech does at least one thing better than most industrial/embedded module vendors is that they make their pricing public and the hardware can be purchased online. The MYC-YT507H AEC-Q100 qualified CPU module sells for $34.90 (1GB RAM) or $39.80 (2GB RAM), while the development board goes for $119. More details and purchase links can be found on the product page.

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6 Replies to “AEC-Q100 qualified module features Allwinner T507-H processor for automotive applications”

      1. Lol yepp not even the chip designation seems to be known by sunxi guys.

        Linux 4.9 is in my field a nogo for a new development, especially with such a great bsp support as we all love and know from AW

        Just having to laugh when thinking about our clients “cyber security” requirements, without a proper flow of security fixes

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