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High-Performance SOM For Embedded Applications

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Designed for a wide range of applications, from industrial robots to medical equipment, the SOM offers robust performance, extensive connectivity options, and flexible memory configurations. 

MYIR has introduced the MYC-LT527, an affordable System-on-Module (SoM) featuring the Allwinner T527 AI platform SoC. This SOM offers impressive computing power through its Octa-core ARM Cortex-A55 CPU with a main frequency of up to 1.8GHz and robust G57 MC1 GPU performance. The T527 supports up to 2 TOPs NPU for users requiring enhanced performance, boosting AI computing capabilities.

Features of the  SOM include:

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  • Size: 45mm x 43mm
  • Design: 12-layer PCB
  • Power Requirement: 5V/3A
  • Operating Temperature Range: -40°C to 85°C (industrial grade) or -20°C to 70°C (extended temperature)

The SoC excels in its hardware configuration, featuring 32Kbit EEPROM and a power management IC (PMIC). It utilizes a 381-pin expansion interface design in LGA packaging, allowing the base board to accommodate a wide range of I/O signals from the SoM, providing users with enhanced scalability. With its compact size, it can run the Android operating system. It is well-suited for various applications, including high-performance industrial robots, energy and power systems, medical equipment, display and controller machines, edge board AI boxes, vehicle terminals, and other embedded devices that require media and AI functionalities.

The system has an Octa-core ARM Cortex-A55 CPU with speeds of up to 1.8GHz, providing robust processing capabilities. Additionally, it features a RISC-V CPU that can reach up to 200 MHz, enhancing its computational efficiency. It is equipped with a 600MHz HIFI4 Audio DSP for audio processing, ensuring high-quality sound output. The graphics processing is handled by an ARM G57 MC1 GPU, delivering smooth and efficient graphical performance. The module has 2GB LPDDR4 memory, which can be optionally configured with 1GB or 4GB LPDDR4 to suit different performance requirements. For storage, it includes 16GB eMMC, with options to choose 8GB or 32GB eMMC depending on the application’s needs. Additionally, it features a 381-pin LGA expansion interface to facilitate connectivity and expansion capabilities.

MYIR offers the MYD-LT527 Development Board for evaluating the SOM. This board is assembled by soldering the SOM onto a base board, which serves as an expansion board tailor-made for use with the module. It is equipped with a comprehensive range of interfaces, including one USB3.0, two USB2.0, two Gigabit Ethernet, two CAN interfaces, a WiFi/Bluetooth module, a Micro SD card slot, an Audio interface, two Mini-CSI interfaces, and multiple display interfaces: HDMI, Mini-DP, MIPI-DSI and LVDS. It also features a 40-pin RPI-compatible expansion interface and a custom 40-pin expansion interface, MI Fans PI interface, for increased expandability. 

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Akanksha Gaur
Akanksha Gaur
Akanksha Sondhi Gaur is a journalist at EFY. She has a German patent and brings a robust blend of 7 years of industrial & academic prowess to the table. Passionate about electronics, she has penned numerous research papers showcasing her expertise and keen insight.


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