byteDEVKIT-STM32MP1x_SPEED_Rxxx_Ex_D5

The bytePANEL is engineered for a huge variaty of applications. The flexible structure allows implement even profound changes easily with a very short time-to-market. Furthermore, the bytePANEL can be also connected with a 5-inch MIPI touchscreen display. The mainboard is equipped with the unique SOM family STM32MP1. The hybrid CPUs connect a powerful ARM® Cortex® A7 CPU (650/800 MHz) to a Cortex® M4 CPU (209 MHz). You can use a PIN in Cortex M4 for your real-time application or a PIN in Embedded Linux on Cortex-A7. The board can be equipped with max. 64 GB flash memory (eMMC). Other benefits include low power consumption, robust and resilient engineering, and up to 10 years of support for hardware components.

  • SOM: byteENGINE STM32MP151/153/157
  • CPUs: Cortex® M4(209MHz) & A4 (650/800MHz)
  • RAM: max. 1GB (DDR3), Flash: max. 64GB (eMMC)
  • bytePANEL: Power supply: 12-28V
  • Ethernet: 1x 1000 (Mbit/s)
  • 1x USB Host TypA, 1x OTG micro USB, 1x microSD
  • MIPI Touchscreen Display 5 Zoll/inch
  • 40 PIN Connector: GPIO Header RasperryPI Compatible
  • 60 PIN Extension-Header with GPIO, SPI, I2C, ANG, 3.3V, 5V

Description

Maximum flexibility and simplicity

The byteDEVKIT-STM32MP1 enables you to work on your own projects while shortening time-to-market significantly. It is engineered for a huge variety of applications and the flexible structure allows easy implementations of even profound changes. Furthermore, it offers maximum flexibility and simplicity. The byteDEVKIT-STM32MP1 is available with the complete STM32MP1-family: STM32MP151, STM32MP153 and STM32MP157.

Plenty of possibilities

The byteDEVKIT-STM32MP1 includes the base board that features a strong array of interfaces for a variety of applications: 1x 1Gbit Ethernet RJ45, 1x microSD slot, 1x USB Host TypeA, 1x USB OTG MicroUSB, 5-inch MIPI Touchscreen-Display, 40 PIN: GPIO Header RasperryPI Compatible and 60 PIN: Extension-Header with GPIO, SPI, I2C, ANG, 3.3V, 5V.

Low consumption & high performance

The ARM Cortex CPUs from STMicroelectronics are on the cutting edge of their industry thanks to the combination of functional integration, performance and extremely low power consumption.

Two in one

The SOM STM32MP1 features a combination of dual Cortex-A7 and Cortex-M4 with full access to the peripherals which is one-of-a-kind and enables a versatile range of designs. You can use a PIN in Cortex M4 for your real-time application or the same PIN in embedded Linux on Cortex-A7.

Easy to adapt to your project

Rapid prototyping is easy thanks to the 60 PIN header. In addition to it’s RaspberryPI GPIO 40 PIN header the byteDEVKIT provides a huge variety of interfaces such as I2C, SPI, CAN, UART, USART, PWM, GPIO, etc on it’s 100 PINs. Fast prototyping made easy.

Quality which endures

Our Swiss standard pays off. We only install components to the byteDEVKIT that will be still available in ten years. The byteDEVKIT is engineered with the focus on robustness and longevity.

Ready to start and use

The byteDEVKIT package comes ready to start building, which includes a powersupply, a serial console and a microSD card with pre installed embedded Linux. As a result, you benefit from rapid prototyping, maximum flexibility and a very short time-to-market.

Ordering Info

For ordering please use the
following code:

(explanation see chapter “ordering info”)

with Display: byteDEVKIT-STM32MP157C-650-R512-E4-D5
without Display: byteDEVKIT-STM32MP157C-650-R512-E4

byteDEVKIT[SOMx]_[SPEED]_R[xxx MB]_[E GB]_[D inch]

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

[SOMx]: STM32MP151C, STM32MP153C, STM32MP157C
[SPEED]: 650/800 MHz
R[xxx MB]: RAM size: 256, 512, 1024
[E GB]: eMMC FLASH size: 4, 8 GB
[D inch]: Display size (inch): 5

 

          

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