Kria K24 System-on-Module

by: AMD

New to the Kria™ portfolio, the cost-optimized K24 SOM offers a smaller form factor and power efficiency for a wide range of target applications. Leverage its lower latency and deterministic performance for developing highly reliable end systems. The K24 SOM is available in Commercial and Industrial Grade variants for production deployment.

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Simplifying the Design and Productization of Edge Devices


Power-efficient Compute

  • Develop power-efficient and highly deterministic industrial solutions for volume deployment
  • Up to 2X latency advantage vs. a standard system on chip like Texas Instruments AM64xx and similar products for single-axis drives applications1

Scalable & Adaptable

  • Smaller form factor and connector compatible with K26 SOM—enabling migration
  • Future ready for HW and SW changes, offering adaptability for any sensor or interface as standards evolve

Easy Signal Processing

  • Pre-built HW acceleration with Vitis™ motor control libraries
  • Out-of-the-box ready with KD240 Drives Starter Kits and the App Store as well as featuring support for more development flows, including Python and the MATLAB® Simulink® environment

Key Features


The K24 SOM features an exclusive, custom-built XCK24 SoC based on the Zynq™ UltraScale+™ MPSoC architecture that has been configured for enhanced acceleration of motor control and DSP applications.

Area Parameter K24
Form Factor Dimensions (with thermal enclosure) 60 mm x 42 mm x 11 mm
Processor Unit & Acceleration Application Processor Quad-core Arm® Cortex®-A53 MPCore™ at 1.33 GHz
Real-Time Processor Dual-core Arm Cortex-R5F MPCore at 553MHz
Graphics Processing Unit Arm Mali™-400 MP2 at 600 MHz
Deep Learning Processor Unit (DPU) INT8 (852 GOPs with B2304 DPU)
Trusted Platform Module (TPM) Infineon 2.0
Memory On-Chip* 9.4 Mb on-chip SRAM
On-SOM 2 GB, 32-bit LPDDR4 @ 1066 Mbps w/ ECC configuration** and 32 GB eMMC
Connectivity High-Speed PS Connectivity (GTR) PCIe® Gen2 x4, 2x USB3.0, SATA 3.1, DisplayPort, 4x tri-mode gigabit Ethernet
General PS Connectivity (MIO) 2x USB 2.0, 2x SD/SDIO, 2x UART, 2x CAN 2.0B, 2x I2C, 2x SPI, 4x 32b GPIO
Transceivers GTR 6 Gbps Transceivers 4
I/O Count PS MIO (1.8V) 49
PL High-density (HD) I/O (3.3V) 23
PL High-performance (HP) I/O (1.8V) 56
Programmable Logic System Logic Cells (K) 154
DSP Slices 360
Power & Thermal Typical Power 5W
Maximum Power*** 10W
Thermal Interface Passive (clamshell thermal plates)
Speed and Temp Grade Commercial -2 speed grade, low voltage and 0 to 85°C temperature range
Industrial -2 speed grade, low voltage and –40 to 100°C temperature range

*On-chip memory (Mb) = max. distributed RAM + total block RAM + UltraRAM
**K24 I-grade only supports ECC memory
***Estimated and subject to change based on actual hardware evaluation

Default Default Title Document Type Date
  KD240 Drives Starter Kit K24 Commercial SOM K24 Industrial SOM
Product Type Development/evaluation use only Fully qualified and certified Commercial grade production module Fully qualified and certified Industrial grade production module
Operating Temp Range 0°C to 35°C (room temp.) 0°C to 85°C –40°C to 100°C
ECC Memory Support No No Yes
Target Use Develop and prototype target applications; run pre-built accelerated applications and connect to sensors/peripherals Plugs into a carrier card designed for specific target application, such as motor control, robotics, industrial sensors, aerial systems, and medical devices
Warranty - 2 years 3 years
Operating Lifetime - 5 years 10 years
Price $399 $250 $350
Design Resources

Kria™ K24 Carrier Card Design Resources

File Name Description File Type
xtp777-kria-k24-3d-cad-model Kria K24 SOM 3D CAD model ZIP
Kria K24 SOM XDC Kria K24 SOM XDC file ZIP
Kria K24 SOM Trace Delay Kria K24 SOM trace delay file that helps with designing custom carrier card ZIP
Kria K24 and K26 SOM Footprint Compatibility CAD file Footprint dimensions of the Kria K26 and K24 SOMs mapped onto a common carrier card design—for users leveraging a K26-based carrier card design for the K24 SOM
(use this as reference only as details are preliminary but feature high confidence)
  Kria K24 SOM thermal model ZIP Kria K24 SOM schematic review checklist ZIP
  Kria K24 SOM developer wiki N/A
Obtainable directly from Vivado™ Board Store
Kria K24 SOM Vivado board files N/A

Kria™ KD240 Carrier Card Design Resources

File Name Description File Type Kria™ KD240 Starter Kit carrier card schematic ZIP Kria KD240 Starter Kit carrier card schematic source ZIP Kria KD240 Starter Kit carrier card layout ZIP Kria KD240 Starter Kit carrier card BOM ZIP



KD240 Drives Starter Kit

Available Now

The KD240 Drives Starter Kit is an out-of-the-box ready development platform for motor control and DSP applications. Embedded SW developers without FPGA expertise can easily get started by running accelerated applications and leverage multiple development flows, including Python, the MATLAB® Simulink® environment, and more.


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  1. Based on AMD internal analysis in August 2023, using the latency results reported by TI for a full control loop implementation on a Texas Instruments AM64xx standard SOC using a Texas Instruments benchmark vs. the latency results of a full control loop implementation using a Field Oriented Control algorithm designed by Qdesys. System configuration for the TI AM64xx SOC system: TMDS64EVM board; configuration for the Kria K24 SOM system: KD240 starter kit. The latency advantage improves up to 7x as the number of motor axes increases. Actual results will vary. (SOM-003)