bE-STM32MP157C_800_R1024_E8_I

Extremely powerful industrial oriented computing module byteENGINE STM32MP157C for high-performance applications with dual core ARM® Cortex®-A7 CPU (800 MHz). The CPU features furthermore a Co-CPU: 32-bit ARM® Cortex®-M4 (207 Mhz) and 3D graphics acceleration Vivante® – OpenGL® ES 2.0 Up to 26 Mtriangle/s, 133 Mpixel/s. SDRAM capacity is 1024 MB DDR3. Flash-Memory is 8 GB eMMC.

  • Dual-core ARM® Cortex®-A7 CPU (800 MHz)
  • Co-CPU: 32-bit ARM® Cortex®-M4 (207 Mhz)
  • Parallel RGB/MIPI 24bit up to 1366x768@60 FPS
  • Vivante® - OpenGL® ES 2.0, 26 Mtriangle/s, 133 MP/s
  • SDRAM: 1024 MB
  • eMMC: 8 GB
  • 30 x 40 x 5 mm
  • -40 to +85 °C operational temp.
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Description

The byteENGINE STM32MP157A is a high performance industrial oriented computing module. It allows you a short time-to-market, reducing development costs and substantial design risks.

The system on module (SOM) uses the STM32MP157A device which is based on the high-performance dual-core ARM® Cortex®-A7 32-bit RISC core operating at 800 MHz. The STM32MP157A devices also embed a Cortex®-M4 32-bit RISC core operating at up to 200 MHz frequency. The Cortex-M4 core features a floating point unit (FPU) single precision which supports ARM® single-precision data- processing instructions and data types.

The STM32MP157A 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.

Furthermore, the STM32MP157A devices embed a 3D graphic processing unit (Vivante® – OpenGL® ES 2.0) running at up to 533 MHz, with performances up to 26 Mtriangle/s, 133 Mpixel/s. This makes the STM32MP1 highly compelling for display-solutions while customers can leverage the Yocto tools framework to build their own software solution.

The onboard SDRAM is 1024 MB, and the onboard Flash capacity is 8 GB eMMC. Bytes at work also provides a security configuration with secure boot + cryptography (CRYP).

Additional information

Frequency (max)
Floating Point

YES (NEON™)

Co-CPU

32-bit ARM® Cortex® M4 (209 MHz)

Security

Basic, Secure boot + cryptography (CRYP)

SDRAM

1024MB

Flash Type

eMMC

Flash Capacity
EEPROM

32 KB (containing HW configuration)

SPI Nor Flash

16 MB

Speed

2 x 10/100/1.000 (Mbit/s)

Video

Parallel RGB 24bit up to 1366×768@60 FPS

2D/3D Graphics

Vivante® – OpenGL® ES 2.0 Up to 26 Mtriangle/s, 133 Mpixel/s

HDMI-CEC

1

Camera Parallel

8- to 14-bit camera interface up to 140 Mbyte/s

SD/MMC/SDIO

3

I2S, PDM, SPDIF

4

SPI

6

I2C

6

UART

4

USART

4

CAN

2

2.0 HS

1 Host + 1 OTG

Watchdog Timers

3

FSMC

Yes

JTAG

Yes

GPIO

176 GPIOS

PWM / ECAP / QEP

4

Motor Ctrl Timers

2

Boot Mode

Selectable with Strapping Pins on Baseboard

RTC

With sub-second accuracy and hardware calendar and backup battery input

ADC

2 x 16 Bit

DAC

2 x 12 Bit

Temp

1

AES

128, 192, 256, TDES

HASH

MD5, SHA-1, SHA224, SHA256, HMAC

TRNG

2

CRC

2

Input Voltage

3,3 – 5 V

Power Consumption

~2 W

Dimension

30 x 40 x 5 mm

Operational Temperature

-40 to +85 °C

Connector

2 x 100 pin

Linux (yocto)

Yes

Ordering Code: bE-STM32MP15[7]_[800]_R[1024 MB]_[E 8GB]_[I]

The Ordering Code allows the customer to recognize easily
the detailed specification of the ordered SOM. 


[SOM]: SOM type bE: byteENGINE
STM32MP15[x]: CPU type 1: STM32MP151, 3: STM32MP153, 7: STM32MP157
[SPEED MHz]: Clock speed 650, 800
R[xxx MB]: RAM size 128, 256, 512, 1024 MB
[E GB]: FLASH type/size eMMC: 4, 8, 16, 32, 64 GB
[C, I]: Temperature range [C] Customer 0° to +70° Celsius,
[I] Industrial -40° to +85° Celsius

          

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