The boards now available from the distributor are the snickerdoodle black system on module (SoM), the breakyBreaky breakout baseboard and the piSmasher SBC baseboard.
The snickerdoodle black SoM is a prototype-to-production module for building high-integrity IoT products. It is designed for high-performance, power-efficient computing and artificial intelligence (AI) at the network edge that is practical, affordable, and scalable, says Mouser.
The 50.8mm x 88.9mm (two-inch x 3.5-inch) board has a Zynq-7020 SoC with two 866MHz Arm Cortex-A9 cores and a 1.3M gate Xilinx Artix-7 FPGA, dual-band Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Low Energy connectivity, 1GByte of LPDDR2 RAM, 125 reconfigurable FPGA I/O and 55 additional I/O pins. The board supports Ubuntu Linux, Python, PYNQ, C/C++, and bare metal.
The breakyBreaky snickerdoodle breakout baseboard enables engineers to access the full snickerdoodle pinout via 2.54mm (one inch) headers. The board measures 100mm x 125mm (3.94-inch x 4.92-inch) and is loaded with 270 pins, as well as a 14-pin Xilinx JTAG header, a 2.54mm grid plated-through-hole prototyping area, DC power jack, and four adhesive-backed locking PCB supports.
The SBC snickerdoodle baseboard, piSmasher, is designed for audio/video (AV) processing, networking, edge AI, and general computing applications. It includes dual, FPGA-connected GbE interfaces with PHY support for time-sensitive networking (TSN) as well as simultaneous HDMI video input and output at up to WUXGA (1920 x 1200p) at 60Hz and eight-channel, 32-bit/192kHz HDMI audio input and output. It has four high-speed USB 2.0 Type-A host receptacles and a dedicated 96kHz stereo audio codec with colour-coded 3.5mm jacks and access to 25 snickerdoodle reconfigurable FPGA I/O. The 88.9mm x 143.8mm (3.5-inch x 5.66-inch) board also has an I²C identification and configuration EEPROM, 14-pin Xilinx JTAG header, DC power jack, and four adhesive-backed locking PCB supports.