Eval kit for NXP S32G processor family
The kit is designed as a modular single-board computer, with connections for Flexray (2x), LIN (4x), CAN (16x plus 2x CAN FD) and Ethernet for attaching peripherals.
As well as the motherboard, it comes with a S32G399A SoM with pre-installed Linux, a power supply and cables.
As well as Linux, VXWorks can be supported, and the similar S32G274A system-on-module can be supported.
“Developers of mixed-critical safety applications benefit from up to eight Arm Cortex-A53 cores and four Arm Cortex-M7 dual-core lockstep pairs,” according to the company. “This is sufficient to process lidar and video data alongside functionally safe vehicle control. When extended with one or two Hailo-8 AI processor modules, the evaluation kit also provides pre-trained computer vision models for situational awareness.”
As well as the cores, there is 4Gbyte of 32bit soldered LPDDR4 ram, 64Mbyte of QSPI flash, a SDcard interface, and up to 32Gbyte of eMMC. Boot can be from XSPI, eMMC or SD card.
There is room for one miniPCIe module and one Type M m.2 module.
Find the SBC-S32G399A web page here
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