ROHM’s iMX8M Nano uCOM Application Processor Module Giveaway

In partnership with ROHM Semiconductor

Giveaway Overview

All About Circuits is teaming up with ROHM for a giveaway featuring Embedded Artists' iMX 8M Nano uCOM Developer's Kit.  Register below for a chance to win an iMX 8M Nano uCOM Developer's Kit which features BD71847AMWV.

About the Board

The iMX8M Nano uCOM Developer's Kit comprises a complete kit with the iMX8M Nano uCOM Application Processor Module and a Carrier board containing reference implementations of all interfaces.  Rohm’s PMIC is to efficiently provide power in the uCOM Application Processor Module, which is optimized for industrial control as well as multimedia applications.

BD71847AMWV is a configurable, highly integrated PMIC for multicore multimedia System on a Chip (SoC) such as NXP’s i.MX8M Mini and Nano application processors.  It integrates power supplies for processor, memory, and system peripherals.  Signals are grouped for easy routing and compact solution footprint on low-cost PCB.  Thanks to one time programmable (OTP) configurability and software programmability, the PMIC can be easily configured and optimized for a wide variety of system designs in industrial and consumer applications.


  • All-in-one power solution BOM cost-optimized for i.MX 8M Mini and Nano
  • Compact solution footprint – 42% reduction in size
  • Highly configurable for different use cases and system designs

Key Features

  • Input voltage: 2.7V – 5.5V
  • 6 buck converters (2 DVS capable) and 6 LDOs
  • Power button, 32 kHz crystal driver, 32 kHz buffered clock, 1.8V/3.3V power for SDXC
  • I2C interface: 100 kHz, 400 kHz, 1 MHz
  • QFN-56, 7 mm x 7 mm x 1 mm
  • Linux and Android driver source code available

Giveaway already ended 863 days ago.

  • Yesumani November 22, 2020

    I’m won

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    dannyl_22 November 28, 2020

    This looks perfect for integrating SCADA systems and embedded IIOT networks and playing around with Yocto Linux.

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  • moi121 November 30, 2020

    The iMX8M module is great for low-power embedded designs. I have used them in academic projects at college. However, I have never owned one. It would be great to explore embedded Linux with this cracker of a board

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