Low-cost CPU Module Powered by i.MX6UL/6ULL

December 5, 2017 MYIR
MYC-Y6ULX
MYC-Y6ULX
MYD-Y6ULX
MYD-Y6ULX

MYIR announced the introduction of their new CPU Module MYC-Y6ULX, starting at only $18, delivered with shield cover and powered by NXP i.MX 6UltraLite / 6ULL ARM Cortex-A7 processor. It is part of a MYD-Y6ULX development board, capable of running Linux and supports -40 to 85°C working temperature for industrial embedded applications.

Measuring only 37mm by 39mm, the MYC-Y6ULX CPU Module carries out as many as peripheral signals and IOs through 1.0mm pitch 140-pin stamp hole expansion interface. It is integrated with 528 MHz i.MX 6UltraLite / i.MX 6ULL processor, 256MB DDR3, 256MB Nand Flash (4GB eMMC Flash is optional) and Ethernet PHY. It is populated on MYD-Y6ULX development board base board as the core controller board, thus rich peripherals and interfaces have been extended through connectors and headers to the base board like Serial ports, USB, Ethernet, CAN, Micro SD card, WiFi module, LCD/Touch screen, Camera, Audio as well as a Mini PCIe interface for optional USB based 4G LTE module. The MYD-Y6ULX is a versatile platform and solid reference design delivered with necessary cable accessories and detailed documentations ideal for prototype and evaluation based on i.MX 6UL/6ULL solutions.

The launch of the MYC-Y6ULX CPU Module and MYD-Y6ULX development board provide an expansion solution for development based on NXP’s i.MX 6UltraLite / 6ULL processor after MYIR’s release of the MYS-6ULX Single Board Computer in April.

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