ARM SoM based on Renesas RZ/G2UL processor launched

20-11-2023 | MYIR | Semiconductors

MYIR has released a new embedded SoM MYC-YG2UL CPU Module based on Renesas RZ/G2UL processor with 1GHz ARM Cortex-A55 and 200MHz real-time Cortex-M33 cores. The processor supports two Gigabit Ethernet, two CAN FD, two USB2.0, up to seven UART, an RGB display interface and an MIPI-CSI camera interface. These features make this module ideal for entry-class industrial gateway control and embedded devices with straightforward GUI capabilities, such as entry-level industrial HMI, medical devices, PLC controllers, charging pile, energy storage systems and more.

The module measures only 37mm x 39mm. It has integrated CPU, DDR3L, eMMC, EEPROM, and PMIC to provide a minimum system for a user's next embedded design through 1mm pitch 140-pin Castellated-Hole and 50-pin LGA expansion interfaces. It can run Linux and provides software resources, including kernel and driver source code, together with detailed user manual and documents to help customers start their development rapidly.

The MYD-YG2UL Development Board is an entire evaluation platform built around the CPU Module. It has brought out a rich set of peripherals and interfaces, including RS232, RS485, dual Gigabit Ethernet, dual USB 2.0 HOST, USB 2.0 OTG, CAN, Micro SD card slot, M.2 Socket for USB based 4G/5G LTE Module with dual SIM card holders and USB based WiFi module. It also provides an LCD interface to support RGB display and MIPI-CSI interface to support camera input and Audio input and output interface. MYIR offers a 7" LCD module, MIPI camera module and RPI module (RS232/RS485/CAN) as optional functional modules to work with the board. It is a solid reference design for solutions based on RZ/G2UL.

The module is supplied with a standard configuration of 512MB DDR3L and 4GB eMMC (MYC-YG2UL-4E512D-100-I. The RAM and Flash can also be customised. The company provides OEM/ODM services to enable customers to accelerate their time to market and save cost.

By Seb Springall