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Kria K26 System-on-Module

The newest path to whole application acceleration, the K26 SOM is optimized for edge vision applications requiring flexibility to adapt to changing requirements. Available in Commercial and Industrial Grade variants for production deployment.

WHAT’S KRIA

Simplifying the Design and Productization of Edge Devices

Designed to Enable Smart City and Smart Factory Applications

  • 3X vision AI performance and 2X performance-per-watt versus competing SOMs1
  • Native ROS 2 support for 5X productivity for robotics and industrial automation

Out-of-the-Box Hardware Acceleration

  • Leverage pre-built accelerated applications without needing FPGA design experience
  • Tailor AI models and application code to your requirements

Production Qualified and Certified Commercial and Industrial Grades

  • Commercial: operating range 0 to 85°C for smart camera, embedded vision,
    tracking & identification
  • Industrial: operating range -40 to 100°C and ruggedized for extreme environments

Key Features

Specifications

The K26 SOM features an exclusive, custom-built XCK26 SoC based on the Zynq® UltraScale+™ MPSoC architecture, that has been configured for enhanced acceleration of vision AI applications.

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Area Parameter K26
Form Factor Dimensions (with heat spreader) 77mm x 60mm x 11mm
Processor Unit & Acceleration Application Processor Quad-core Arm® Cortex®-A53 MPCore™ up to 1.5GHz
Real-Time Processor Dual-core Arm Cortex-R5F MPCore up to 600MHz
Graphics Processing Unit Mali™-400 MP2 up to 667MHz
Video Codec Unit (VCU) 1 - up to 32 streams (total resolution ≤ 4Kp60)
Trusted Platform Module (TPM) Infineon 2.0
Memory On-Chip* 26.6Mb On-Chip SRAM
On-SOM 4GB 64-bit DDR4 (non-ECC) and 16GB 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) 2xUSB 2.0, 2x SD/SDIO, 2x UART, 2x CAN 2.0B, 2x I2C, 2x SPI, 4x 32b GPIO
Transceivers GTH 12.5Gb/s Transceivers 4 (PCIe Gen3 x4, SLVS-EC, HDMI 2.0, DisplayPort 1.4)
GTR 6Gb/s Transceivers 4
I/O Count PS MIO (1.8V) 52
PL High-density (HD) I/O (3.3V) 69
PL High-performance (HP) I/O (1.8V) 116
Programmable Logic System Logic Cells (K) 256
DSP Slices 1,248
Power & Thermal Typical Power 7.5W
Maximum Power** 15W
Thermal Interface Passive (Heat spreader)
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
Documentation
Default Default Title Document Type Date
Portfolio
  KV260 Vision AI Starter Kit KR260 Robotics Starter Kit K26 Commercial SOM K26 Industrial SOM
Product Type Development / Evaluation Fully Qualified and Certified Commercial Grade Production Module Fully Qualified and Certified Industrial Grade Production Module
Operating Temp Range 0°C to 35°C 0°C to 85°C –40°C to 100°C
Target Use Run Application Designs and Demos with Ease Plugs into a carrier card designed for specific target application which includes Smart City, Robotics, Machine Vision, Industrial Communication & Control
Warranty 90 days 2 years 3 years
Expected Product Lifetime - - 5 years 10 years
Price $199 $349 $300 $420
Design Resources

Kria K26 Carrier Card Design Resources

File Name Description File Type
xtp682-kria-k26-carrier-card-schematic.zip Kria K26 SOM Carrier Card Schematic ZIP
xtp683-kria-k26-carrier-card-schematic-orcad.zip Kria K26 SOM Carrier Card Schematic (OrCAD) ZIP
xtp681-kria-k26-carrier-card-layout.zip Kria K26 SOM Carrier Card Layout ZIP
xtp680-kria-k26-3d-cad-model.zip Kria K26 SOM 3D CAD Model ZIP
xtp679-kria-k26-carrier-card-3d-cad-model.zip Kria K26 SOM Carrier Card 3D CAD Model ZIP
xtp688-kria-k26-trace-delay.zip Kria K26 SOM Trace Delays ZIP
Power & Thermal Resources

Power Design Manager and Documentation

Description File Rev Date
Power Design Manager Install File
Windows Installer 1.0 2021/11/19
Linux Installer
Power Design Manager User Guide ug1556-power-design-manager.pdf 1.0 2021/11/19

Another critical part of creating the SOM carrier card is to ensure that the thermal solution is capable of keeping the SOM within its thermal limits. The thermal models below can be used in conjunction with Power Design Manager and support Siemens Flotherm or Ansys Icepak.

Thermal Design Files and Documentation

Description File Rev Date
UG1090 Kria K26 SOM Thermal Design Guide ug1090-k26-thermal-design_WtMkX.pdf 1.0 2021/11/19
XTP717 Kria K26 Thermal Model Kria K26 Thermal Model.zip 1.0 2021/11/19

STARTER KITs

Kria KV260 Vision AI Starter Kit
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KV260 Vision AI Starter Kit

Available Now

The KV260 Vision AI Starter Kit is an out-of-the-box ready development platform for AI, embedded SW & HW developers. Designed for Vision AI applications, the KV260 is the fastest way to develop unique solutions for production volume deployment with the K26 SOM.

KR260 Robotics Starter Kit
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KR260 Robotics Starter Kit

Available Now

The KR260 Robotics Starter Kit integrates high-performance industrial interfaces and features native ROS 2 support. Designed for robotics and industrial applications,  the KR260 is the fastest way to develop intelligent factory solutions for production volume deployment with the K26 SOM.

Accelerate Your AI-Enabled Edge Solution with Adaptive Computing
Accelerate Your AI-Enabled Edge Solution with Adaptive Computing

Learn all about adaptive SOMs, including examples of why and how they can be deployed in next-generation edge applications, and how smart vision providers benefit from the performance, flexibility, and rapid development that can only be achieved by an adaptive SOM.

Adaptive Computing in Robotics
Adaptive Computing in Robotics

Demand for robotics is accelerating rapidly. Building a robot that is safe and secure and can operate alongside humans is difficult enough. But getting these technologies working together can be even more challenging. Complicating matters is the addition of machine learning and artificial intelligence which is making it more difficult to keep up with computational demands. Roboticists are turning toward adaptive computing platforms which offer lower latency and deterministic, multi-axis control with built-in safety and security on an integrated, adaptable platform that is expandable for the future. Read the eBook to learn more.

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