OSD32MP1-BRK – A Flexible Prototyping Platform

OSD32MP1-BRK – A Flexible Prototyping Platform

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The OSD32MP1-BRK is a small flexible prototyping platform for the STM32MP1 based SiP, the OSD32MP15x.  At only 3in X 1.8in (75mm X 46mm), it provides easy access to the I/O of the STM32MP1 through a set of breadboard compatible headers.  The OSD32MP1-BRK allows developers to quickly build a proof of concept that more closely resembles their actual system without the need to build their own custom hardware.

The OSD32MP1-BRK features the OSD32MP15x System in Package, a microSD slot, 32KHz crystal, a microUSB client port, and two 2×30 100 mill headers.  The headers give access to 106 I/O on the STM32MP1 integrated into the OSD32MP15x SiP.  It is uses a 4 Layer PCB with low cost design rules and has no back side components.

Its minimal overhead and access to a wide range of I/O make the OSD32MP1-BRK the perfect platform for any designer looking for complete flexibility as they prototype their design.

The OSD32MP1-BRK is designed and manufactured by Allied Component Works, LLC, a member of the Octavo Systems partner network.

OSD32MP1-BRK Features

  • Small Form Factor
    • Only 3in X 1.8in (75mm X 46mm)
  • Access to 106 I/O
    • two 2×30 100mil (2.54mm) Headers
    • Maximum flexibility to prototype designs
    • Breadboard Compatible
  •  OSD32MP157C-512M-BAA
    • STM32MP157C Dual Arm® Cortex® A7 + M4
    • 512MB DDR3 Memory
    • STPMIC1A Power Management
    • EEPROM
    • Oscillator
    • Passives
  • µUSB
  • STLink
  • UART
  • µSD Card
  • 32KHz Crystal
  • 4 Layer Design
  • No Back Side Components

Related Products:

  • OSD32MP15x – System in Package Module for the STM32MP1
  • OSD32MP1-RED – Full Featured Reference, Evaluation, Development Platform for the OSD32MP15x SiP

more information: octavosystems.com

Mike is the founder and editor of Electronics-Lab.com, an electronics engineering community/news and project sharing platform. He studied Electronics and Physics and enjoys everything that has moving electrons and fun. His interests lying on solar cells, microcontrollers and switchmode power supplies. Feel free to reach him for feedback, random tips or just to say hello :-)

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