phyCORE-i.MX35

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The phyCORE-i.MX35 SOM, populated with a FreescaleTMi.MX35 processor, is respected for being a high performance, mobile entertainment engine for the ultimate multimedia experience. Along with a configurable set of memory and expansion through multiple SD/MMC/SDIO ports, the phyCORE-i.MX35 is packed with connectivity options including dual CAN, dual USB-PHYs, on-chip Ethernet, display with touch controller, and a camera interface.

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The phyCORE-i.MX35 System on Module

The i.MX35 ARM-11 Processor Family

The FreescaleTM i.MX35 family of processors based on the ARM-11 provides a perfect balance of performance, power consumption, connectivity, and media capabilities. Delivering up to 532 MHz, processor variants such as the i.MX357 integrate an OpenVG1.1 graphics processing unit and an advanced Image Processing Unit (IPU) to offer smooth textural visuals and updated display capabilities.

SOM Highlights

  • i.MX35 up to 532 MHz
  • OpenVG 1.1
  • Up to 512 MB DDR2 / 2 GB NAND
  • SD/SDIO/MMC
  • USB HS 2.0 Host PHY
  • USB HS 2.0 OTG PHY
  • Ethernet (on-chip)
  • CAN, UART, SPI, I2C, I2S
  • Display, touch controller
  • Linux and CE 6.0 BSPs
Feature Details
Part Number PCM-043
Architecture ARM1136JF-S
Processor Freescale i.MX35
Frequency 532 MHz
SRAM -
DRAM 128 MB default / 512 MB max DDR2
NAND 1 GB default / 2 GB max
NOR 32 MB default / 64 MB max
eMMC -
EEPROM 32 KB
SD/SDIO/MMC 2
PCMCIA/CF 1
PCIe -
SATA -
UART 3
RS-232 1
I2C 3
I2S 2
SPI/SSP 2
CAN 2
USB Host 1x HS 2.0
USB Device -
USB OTG 1x HS 2.0
Ethernet (Mbit/s) 10/100
Audio Yes
Graphics OpenVG 1.1
Video -
Display TTL (24 bpp)
Touch Yes
Camera Yes
RTC Yes
Miscellaneous PWM, Keypad, JTAG
Dimensions 58 x 85 mm
Connector 2x 200-pin 0.635 mm pitch
Supply Voltage 5.0 V
Power Consumption 3 W
Temperature 0 to 70 C / -40 to 85 C

The Interconnect

phyCORE-i.MX35 interfaces are routed to our high-density PCB interconnects on the underside of the SOM. Design the mating connectors on your carrier board.