Industrial Electronics

New Development Board has Arm Cortex Processors and FPGA Logic

02 November 2017

Source: MouserSource: Mouser

Mouser Electronics is now stocking the Zybo Z7 development boards from Diligent. The latest addition to the popular Zybo platform of Arm®/field-programmable gate array (FPGA) system-on-chips (SoCs), the Zybo Z7 is a feature-rich, ready-to-use, entry-level embedded software and digital circuit development platform for a wide range of applications, including robotics, embedded architecture, medical equipment, server-backhaul product, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and embedded vision.

The Diligent Zybo Z7 development boards are on the Xilinx Z-7010 (Zybo Z7-10 board) and Z-7020 (Zybo Z7-20) all programmable SoCs (AP SoCs) architecture, which integrates a dual-core Arm Cortex®-A9 processor with Xilinx 7-series FPGA logic. When coupled with its rich set of multimedia and connectivity peripherals, the Zybo Z7 development boards offer designers a flexible, cost-effective alternative so they can leverage the massive processing power and extensibility of the Zynq AP SoC architecture.

The Zybo Z7-20 has an internal FPGA that is three times larger than the Z7-10’s FPGA, which translates into additional features due to the extra FPGA pins. The Zybo Z7-20 also includes a heat sink for the additional FPGA resources. Both boards include a voucher for the SDSoC toolset, which provides a familiar embedded C/C++ application development experience.

Both the Zybo Z7-10 and Z7-20 also come equipped with a rich set of multimedia and connectivity peripherals to create an impressive single-board computer that is perfect for embedded circuit development. The video-capable feature set includes MIPI CSI-2 compatible Pcam connectors, HDMI input, HDMI output and high DDR3L bandwidth. In addition, six Diligent Pmod™ connectors on the boards enable access to Diligent’s catalog of Pmod peripheral modules, which include motor controllers, displays and sensors.

To learn more about the Zybo Z7 Development Boards, visit Mouser.

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