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Intel FPGA Cloud Connectivity Kit | New Product Brief

July 19, 2021 by Mouser Electronics

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Terasic Technologies FPGA Cloud Connectivity Kit

Terasic Technologies FPGA Cloud Connectivity Kit integrates the rich versatility of an Intel® Cyclone® V SoC FPGA with cloud connectivity benefits. With both Wi-Fi® and BLUETOOTH® wireless communication, the FPGA Cloud Connectivity Kit is certified with key cloud service providers (CSPs) such as Microsoft Azure. Readily available open-source design examples take new users through the process of connecting an FPGA-based edge device to the cloud for the first time. The FPGA Cloud Connectivity Kit features a 2x20 GPIO header, a UART to USB interface as well as 2x6 TMD header. An integrated ambient light, temperature, and humidity sensors as well as a built-in 9-axis sensor with a magnetometer, accelerometer and gyroscope allow users to put a flexible and reconfigurable FPGA in a smart IoT edge design.

  •  FPGA Cloud Connectivity Kit 
    • DE10-Nano Cyclone V SoC FPGA board
    • Cloud Connectivity 
  • RFS daughter card Interfaces
    • UART to USB
    • 2x6 TMD header
    • 2x20 GPIO interface
  • Includes 
    • Wi-Fi: using ESP-WROOM-02 module, up to 100 meter range
    • Bluetooth: using HC-05 module, up to 10 meter range
  • Certified with key CSPs
  • Open source design examples
  • Integrates
    • 9-axis sensor with accelerometer, gyroscope, and magnetometer
    • Ambient light sensor
    • Humidity and temperature sensor

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