Tokyo Electron Device Debuts TB-7Z-020-EMC Extension Microcontroller Card
Tokyo Electron Device (TED) launched the TB-7Z-020-EMC extension microcontroller card. It features a Zynq-7000 All Programmable SoC. The TED TB-7Z-020-EMC features both an ARM Cortex-A9 MPcore with on-chip connection to a FPGA fabric and a Zynq-7000. It can be used to implement evaluation systems into various different development projects. The card will ship in early January.
When used in conjunction with TED’s TB-7V-2000T-LSI ASIC development test platform or FPGA evaluation platforms fitted with an FMC connector, the TB-7Z-020-EMC facilitates task separation between hardware and software engineers, helps budget cut and reduce the development time significantly. The new TB-7Z-020-EMC features ease of connection to the main FPGA evaluation platform. Software engineers can use it to test the performance repeatedly on the real hardware during the development process.
TED TB-7Z-020-EMC Microcontroller Card Features
- DDR3 SDRAM x 2 (16-bit data bus x 2)
- MicroSD card socket and media
- 128 Mbit QSPI flash memory
- 2x FMC (LPC) x 2
- Samtec ASP-134604-01 (mezzanine)
- Samtec ASP-134603-01 (carrier)
- PMOD (Digilent module interface)
- Gigabit Ethernet
- USB 2.0
- UART (RS-232C)
- DVI TX
- MICTOR-38 for ARM
- 10-pin header for Xilinx cable
- Multi-clock generator
- ARM 33.33MHz
- Logic 148.5MHz
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