As the development platform for Kria K26 SOMs, the KR260 is built for robotics and industrial applications, complete with high performance interfaces and native ROS 2 support for ease of development by roboticists and software developers.
Out-of-the-Box Ready for Robotics and Industrial Application Development
Step-by-Step Guide to Get Up and Running
The KR260 Robotics Starter Kit delivers a ROS-centric development experience, enabling a quick and easy workflow for roboticists and embedded developers to build their application on adaptive hardware.
Visit the Getting Started page and interactive guide for step-by-step instructions on how to implement one of our accelerated applications on the KR260 platform in less than an hour – all without the need for FPGA experience or AMD tools.
|Device||Zynq UltraScale+™ MPSoC EV (XCK26)|
|Form factor||SOM + Carrier Card + Thermal Solution|
|Starter kit dimensions||119mm x 140mm x 36mm|
|Thermal cooling solution||Active (Fan + Heatsink)|
|System logic cells||256K|
|Block RAM blocks||144|
|Ethernet interface||4x 10/100/1000 Mb/s RJ-45s
1x SFP+ Cage
|DDR memory||4GB (4 x 512Mb x 16 bit) [non-ECC] DDR4|
|Primary boot memory||512Mb QSPI|
|Secondary boot memory||SDHC card|
|Device Security||Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC hardware root of trust (RoT) in support of secure boot. Infineon TPM2.0 in support of measured boot.|
|Video||x1 SLVS-EC Gen2 x2 lane interface
DisplayPort 1.2a Output for 1920 x 1080 at 60Hz
|I/O expansion||x4 Pmod 12-pin interface
x1 Raspberry Pi HAT header with 26 I/Os
AC/DC WALL MOUNT ADAPTER 12V 36W
Plugs into the DC power supply jack on the Starter Kit. Comes with interchangeable blades for major regions (North America, Europe, UK, Australia, China)
Connects user end system (USB-A) to the micro-B connector on the starter kit to establish UART connection to setup the terminal
Connects the user’s networking setup to the RJ-45 connector on the Starter Kit
One 16/32/64GB MicroSD card and adapter to flash the SD card image to boot or run applications
|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|
Pre-Built Hardware and Software Platform
Accelerated applications enable developers to program and differentiate their designs at the software level, without requiring FPGA programming experience. Paired with the KR260 Robotics Starter Kit, production-ready accelerated applications can be up and running in under 1 hour, allowing developers to focus on differentiation and shortening the runway to volume deployment. Common industrial applications are available today, with more on the way from AMD and a growing ecosystem of partners. Check out the Kria App Store to learn more.
Available in Commercial and Industrial grades, the Kria K26 Adaptive SOM is a small form factor card ideal for production deployment in Smart Camera, Embedded Vision, and other Security, Retail Analytics, Smart City, and Machine Vision applications.
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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