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NXP i.MX 7ULP Evaluation Kit | New Product Brief

August 30, 2019 by Mouser Electronics

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NXP i.MX 7ULP Evaluation Kit

NXP Semiconductors’ i.MX 7ULP Evaluation Kit is designed for rapidly developing low-power and secure portable devices, including smart home, wearables, healthcare monitoring, gaming accessories, and other applications. 

The evaluation kit includes a System-on-Module designed for the i.MX 7ULP application processor and a baseboard with expanded functionality. The i.MX 7ULP integrates Arm Cortex-A7 and Cortex-M4 cores in separate domains, 3D and 2D GPUs, and power management features to minimize power consumption in active and low-power modes. 

The module adds LPDDR3 and QSPI flash memories, a Micro SD card socket, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, and an NXP PMIC. The module plugs into the baseboard, which adds sensors, an audio CODEC, display connectors, an Arduino shield footprint, and a full-size SD card socket. 

NXP provides software support for Linux and Android OSes as well as FreeRTOS.

  • i.MX 7ULP applications processors-based SOM and baseboard
  • i.MX 7ULP Applications Processor
    • Arm Cortex-A7 and Cortex-M4 cores
    • 3D and 2D GPUs
  • Memory:
    • 1GB LPDDR3
    • 8MB QSPI Flash
  • Wireless:
    • Bluetooth 4.1/EDR
    • WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
  • Sensors:
    • 6-axis accelerometer/magnetometer
    • Gyroscope
    • Precision pressure sensor/altimeter
  • Software support: Linux, Android, FreeRTOS

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