MYIR introduces ARM SoM with Renesas RZ/G2UL processor
MYIR has launched a new ARM System on Module (SoM) based on the Renesas RZ/G2UL processor, targeting the needs of embedded design.
The MYC-YG2UL CPU Module, compact at 37mm x 39mm, integrates the CPU, DDR3L, eMMC, EEPROM, and a power management IC (PMIC). It provides a foundational system through a 1.0mm pitch 140-pin Castellated-Hole and 50-pin LGA expansion interfaces, capable of running Linux. The company supplies software resources including kernel and driver source code, paired with a comprehensive user manual and documentation to expedite customer development.
Features of the MYC-YG2UL CPU Module include:
- Dimensions: 37mm x 39mm
- A 10-layer PCB design
- A 5V/1A power supply
- An operating temperature range of –40~85oC, suitable for industrial applications
- A variety of interfaces and connectivity options such as RGMII, USB 2.0, SCIF, SCI, CAN FD, I2C, SPI, ADC, RGB, MIPI CSI, SSI, and up to 82 GPIOs
- Support for Linux OS
The MYD-YG2UL Development Board, built around the MYC-YG2UL CPU Module, includes peripherals and interfaces such as RS232, RS485, dual Gigabit Ethernet, USB ports, CAN, Micro SD card slot, an M.2 Socket for 4G/5G LTE modules with dual SIM card support, and WiFi. It also features interfaces for an RGB display and camera input, along with audio input and output. Optional modules like a 7-inch LCD, MIPI camera, and RPI module (RS232/RS485/CAN) are available to extend the board's functionalities, making it a robust reference design for RZ/G2UL-based solutions.
The standard configuration of the MYC-YG2UL CPU Module comes with 512MB DDR3L and 4GB eMMC (MYC-YG2UL-4E512D-100-I) and is priced at $22 per unit. Discounts for volume orders are available, and there are options for RAM and Flash customisation. MYIR also offers OEM/ODM services to support customers in accelerating market entry and reducing costs.