While PHYTEC cannot ensure continued availability of all components used on our SOMs, we are committed to offering our SOMs throughout the entire life-cycle of our customer's projects. Although the SOMs below are still available, due to the length of time the products have been in the market, they may not be recommended for new designs.
Should you be interested in any of the following products, please contact us:
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16-bit power for memory-intensive applications; battery buffered RTC 8564; EEPROM: up to 32KB I²C EEPROM/up to 8KB FRAM.
See here for the miniMODUL-167 FAQs
8051 compatible controller with diverse peripheral components.
See here for the miniMODUL-515C FAQs
nanoMODUL-STM32F103 with the Cortex-M3 is well suited for co-processor for distributed systems.
See here for the nanoMODUL-STM32F103 FAQs.
ARM9 – 400 MHz. i.MX7 uses the fast and mature NXP ARM9 core.
See here for the phyCARD-i.MX27 FAQs
ARM11 – 532 MHz – 2 DRAM Banks. This NXP ARM11 core processor offers excellent performance and is suitable for industrial use.
See here for the phyCARD-i.MX35x FAQs
High Speed Module with Ethernet interface (Infineon C167CS, 256kB Flash, 512kB RAM, 4kB EEPROM, ext. UART, Ethernet).
See here for the phyCORE-167 HS/E FAQs
This ARM9 Core with a wide range of peripheral functionalities enables users to build inexpensive but powerful MMIs. phyCORE-i.MX7 offers Linux as well as WinCE 6.0 support for its camera interface.
See here for the phyCORE-i.MX27 FAQs.
phyCORE-i.MX31 offers a fast ARM11 Core with Floating Point Unit, a rich peripheral set as well as a large memory. It is well-suited for CPU-intensive applications. It can run Windows Embedded CE 6.0 as well as Embedded Linux.
See here for the phyCORE-i.MX31 FAQs
phyCORE i.MX35x offers 2x CAN and DDR2 RAM.
See here for the phyCORE-i.MX35x FAQs
The NXP MCF548x and MCF547x product family offers a rich peripheral set for industrial applications. The integrated MMU offers support of complex operating systems. XPLD offers maximum flexibility in regards to connecting to external components.
See here for the phyCORE-MCF548x FAQs.
The NXP MPC5121e controller is part of the PowerPC product family that offers an e300 core as well as integrated graphics. phyCORE-MPC5121e-tiny also offers Ethernet, PCI, 4 x CAN and USB 2.0
See here for the phyCORE-MPC5121e FAQs.
2-bit. The phyCORE-MPC5200 I/O is based on the powerful NXP MPC5200B. It offers an Altera FPGA from Cyclone II family. It is well-suited for applications that require high computing power as well as quick I/O processing.
See here for the phyCORE.MPC5200 I/O FAQs.
phyCORE-MPC5200tinyb offers a small core with 3.3 V single supply as well as extensive Linux support. The low-cost, 32-bit phyCORE-MPC5200tiny has a tiny form factor (57mm x 53mm) and offers fast DDR RAMs.
See here for the phyCORE-MPC5200B-tiny FAQs.
The phyCORE-MPC555 is based on the PowerPC architecture and is designed for computing-power intensive applications.
See here for the phyCORE-MPC555 FAQs.
The NXP MPC5554/MPC5567 controller family is designed for fast, realtime critical applications. phyCORE-MPC5554 supports these applications due to its configurable FPGA. The module can also be populated with a MPC5567.
See here for the phyCORE-MPC5554 FAQs.
phyCORE-MPC565 offers an integrated 64-bit Floating-Point-Unit (FPU).
See here for the phyCORE-MPC565 FAQs.
phyCORE-XC161 is a 16-bit high-performance microcontroller with Embedded Flash for industrial applications.
See here for the phyCORE-XC161 FAQs.
See here for the phyCORE-XC167 FAQs.
phyCORE-XE167 is based on Infineon XE167 - the popular C166 architecture. It surpasses the performance of 16-bit solutions due to its C166S V2 core.
See here for the phyCORE-XE167FM FAQs.