Avnet MicroZed 7010 SOM

by: Avnet

MicroZed is a low-cost development board based on the AMD Zynq 7000 adaptive SoC. Its unique design allows it to be used as both a stand-alone evaluation board for basic SoC experimentation, or combined with a carrier card as an embeddable system-on-module (SOM). MicroZed contains two I/O headers that provide connection to two I/O banks on the programmable logic (PL) side of the Zynq 7000 AP SoC device. In stand-alone mode, these 100 PL I/O are inactive. When plugged into a carrier card, the I/O are accessible in a manner defined by the carrier card design. Thus designers can start with MicroZed in stand-alone mode as a learning platform and then easily expand its functionality as a SOM through the addition of an off-the-shelf or custom designed carrier card. This combined stand-alone/SOM approach can quickly move a design idea from concept to production, making MicroZed the ideal platform for SoC based applications.

Key Features and Benefits

  • User LED and push switch
  • 33.33 MHz oscillator
  • PS JTAG pins accessible via Pmod
  • AMD PC4 JTAG configuration
  • 2x6 Digilent Pmod compatible interface providing 8 PS MIO connections for user I/O
  • Other:
  • Configurable as up to 48 LVDS pairs or 100 single-ended I/O
  • 100 User I/O (50 per connector)
  • User I/O (via dual board-to-board connectors):
  • Communications:
  • Micro SD card interface
  • Memory:
  • XC7Z010-1CLG400C
  • SoC:

What's Included

  • 4 GB uSD card
  • Getting Started Card
  • Micro USB cable
  • MicroZed Board
  • Xilinx Vivado WebPACK support

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