ALINX AXU2CGB: Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC XCZU2CG FPGA Development Board
ALINX AXU2CGB: Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC XCZU2CG FPGA Development Board
ALINX AXU2CGB: Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC XCZU2CG FPGA Development Board
ALINX AXU2CGB: Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC XCZU2CG FPGA Development Board
ALINX AXU2CGB: Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC XCZU2CG FPGA Development Board
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ALINX AXU2CGB: Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC XCZU2CG FPGA Development Board

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Description

AXU2CGB is our Entry-Level Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC Starter Kit, equipped with XCZU2CG-1SFVC784E device, it offers all the main features of the MPSoC family. Ideal application area include: AI, Industrial Automation, IoT, Embedded Vision to name a few.

Designed in a single board form with very compact size (just a bit bigger than a typical SOM), it gives you the flexibility to deploy into production as Edge device. If you are looking for a Carrier Board + SOM design, take a look of AXU2CG-E, which holds the SOM ACU2CG.

AXU2CGB can be used as the perfect learning kit for getting into the MPSoC, Embedded Linux or AI Edge world. With our extensive learning materials, there is no better time to expand your horizons.

Learning materials: 23.3 GB compressed in size, provided by CodeRobin IT.

FPGA Specification
FPGA XCZU2CG-1SFVC784E
CPU Dual-Core ARM Cortex-A53, 1.2GHz, Dual-Core ARM Cortex-R5, 500MHz
Logic Cells (K) 103
CLB Flip-Flops (K) 94
CLB LUTs (K) 47
Distributed RAM (Mb) 1.2
Total Block RAM (Mb) 5.3
Clock Management Tiles (CMTs) 3
DSP Slices 240
Chip Level Commercial Grade
Working Temperature 0℃ ~ +70℃
Speed Grade -1

Board Features

PS RAM DDR4, 2GB, 64bit bus, 2400 Mbps
EMMC FLASH 8GB
QSPI FLASH 32MB
DP Interface Mini-Display port up to 4K@30Hz or 1080P@60Hz output
PCI Express PCIe Gen2 x1, speed up to 5.0 GT/s
MIPI x2, connecting ALINX MIPI Interface OV5640 Camera Module AN5641
USB 3.0 x4, connecting USB Peripherals
USB UART for serial communication with PC or devices
Gigabit Ethernet 10/100/1000M Ethernet with RJ-45 for Data exchange
System Clock PS System Clock 33.3333MHz, PL Clock 25MHz
JTAG 10-pin 2.54mm-pitch JTAG port for Programs Debug and Download
EEPROM 1x 24LC04 with IIC on-board
SD Card Slot 1 micro-SD Card Slot, supports SD Mode and SPI Mode
LED 5x User
KEY 5x, 1 Reset, 4 User
40-pin Expansion Ports Two 40-pin Expansion Ports (2.54mm Pitch), connect with various ALINX Modules
HP I/O (1.8V) 34, via 40-pin Port J12
HD I/O (3.3V) 34, via 40-pin Port J15
Power Supply

Voltage Input: +12 V DC, Max Current 3A

What's Included
  Board Only Board with Accessories
FPGA Board 1 1
Programming Cable - 1 Set
Mini-USB Cable 1 1
12V 3A Power Adaptor 1 1
SD Card 32GB 32GB
SD Card Reader - 1
Heatsink - 1
Cooling Fan (FAN4040) 1 (Installed) 1 (Installed)

AXU2CGB Recommended by xilinx.com

AXU2CGB User Manual (PDF)

AXU2CGB Tutorial TOC (GitHub)

Community Projects
  • GNU Radio Toolkit on AXU2CGB Zynq UltraScale+ board ( hackster.io ), by Matjaz

Customer Reviews

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Mathias Edman
Great HW, good value

I have played around with this HW a couple of months now. Xilinx crappy software was the only thing holding me back really.
It is pretty big and fast and really competent in doing many things. I did some graphic stuff DAC->PL->PS->DP which it handled with ease.
I did not like the fan though (not in the picture).
Coderobin did a huge effort in providing documentation and Learning materials. Even though the documentation was not perfect it is good enough to follow and learn both basic and advance stuff. If you can stand Xilinx software and their toolchain I highly recommend this product.