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|description=VisionSOM-RT is comprised of a small processor module with CPU bus accessibility and standard I/O functionality and is an ideal solution for embedded projects.<br>VisionSOM-RT can often trim 8-12 months from design cycle and can be easy adapted to existing projects or can be used together with a dedicated carrier board. Customers who are looking for a complete solution can use a set comprised of System on Module (SoM) and Carrier Board (CB). <br>VisionSOM-RT requires a matching customer’s board or a carrier board to establish a complete system. Carrier Board together with VisionSOM-RT is ready to use computer on board and is giving enormous flexibility in building projects.<br>
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|description=VisionSOM-RT is comprised of a small processor module with CPU bus accessibility and standard I/O functionality and is an ideal solution for embedded projects.<br>VisionSOM-RT can often trim 8-12 months from design cycle and can be easy adapted to existing projects or can be used together with a dedicated carrier board. Customers who are looking for a complete solution can use a set comprised of System on Module (SoM) and Carrier Board (CB). <br>VisionSOM-RT requires a matching customer’s board or a carrier board to establish a complete system. Carrier Board together with VisionSOM-RT is ready to use computer on board and is giving enormous flexibility in building projects. <br>
  
 
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*[[VisionSOM-RT Datasheet and Pinout|Datasheet and Pinout]]
 
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'''Development tutorials'''
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*[[How to create and run the first FreeRTOS application on the VisionSOM-RT|How to create and run the first FreeRTOS application on the VisionSOM-RT]]
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*[[How to create a simple HMI application using FreeRTOS and emWin library|How to create a simple HMI application using FreeRTOS and emWin library]]
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*[[How to enable trace feature on i.MX RT|How to enable trace feature on i.MX RT]]
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*[[Programming i.MX RT using ZL33PRG|Programming i.MX RT using ZL33PRG]]
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*[[VisionSOM-RT HMI demo|VisionSOM-RT HMI demo]]
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*[[Programming eFUSE bits on VisionSOM-RT|Programming eFUSE bits on VisionSOM-RT]]
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Latest revision as of 16:24, 29 September 2020

VisionSOM-RT
VisionSOM-RT VisionSOM-RT is comprised of a small processor module with CPU bus accessibility and standard I/O functionality and is an ideal solution for embedded projects.
VisionSOM-RT can often trim 8-12 months from design cycle and can be easy adapted to existing projects or can be used together with a dedicated carrier board. Customers who are looking for a complete solution can use a set comprised of System on Module (SoM) and Carrier Board (CB).
VisionSOM-RT requires a matching customer’s board or a carrier board to establish a complete system. Carrier Board together with VisionSOM-RT is ready to use computer on board and is giving enormous flexibility in building projects.
Specifications
CPUNXP i.MX RT Cortex-M7 32-bit processor (CPU clock up to 600MHz)
Memory512kB on-chip RAM, up to 32MB SDRAM
GPUNXP PXP 2D
graphics accelerator for LCD-TFT
Display24-bit RGB parallel interface
Storage4 or 16MB QSPI Flash
I2Cup to 4 channels
SPIup to 4 channels
CANup to 2 FlexCAN
UARTup to 8 channels
USB2 x USB2.0 OTG
Audio3 x I2S/SAI,
S/PDIF Tx/Rx
Temperature Range-40 to +85°C
Dimensions67mm x 32mm x 4mm
SODIMM200 module
NXP Partner ST Partner