The byteENGINE STM32MP151C is a very powerful industrial computing module for a wide variety of mainstream applications without 3D graphics acceleration. It guarantees a short time to market and reduces development costs and reduces design risks considerably.
The System on Module (SOM) uses the STM32MP151C processor, which is based on the powerful dual-core ARM® Cortex®-A7 32-bit with RISC core and with up to 650 MHz. The STM32MP151C device also includes a Cortex®-M4 32-bit RISC core that operates at a frequency of up to 200 MHz. The Cortex-M4 core has an FPU single-precision function that supports ARM® single-precision data processing instructions and data types.
The STM32MP151C has the advantage of integrating one Cortex-M4, besides its two Cortex-A7, which means that transitioning from an embedded system is a lot simpler. On the one hand, designers can port their existing Cortex-M4 applications with minimal effort while enjoying its large RAM to run powerful software such as a motor control code. bytes at work also offers a version of Zephyr OS for the Cortex-M4, which is a great starting point for developers that can use its drivers and layers to develop applications.
The SOM is perfect for performance demanding mainstream applications without graphics acceleration. The onboard flash memory is 8 GB eMMC and the SDRAM of the SOM is 512 MB. bytes at work also offers a security configuration with Secure Boot + Cryptography (CRYP). This SOM is attractively positioned in terms of price.