Mouser signs up snickerdoodle developer, krtkl

Mouser signs up snickerdoodle developer, krtkl

Mouser Electronics, has signed a global distribution agreement with krtkl, a designer of high-performance, low-power, edge computing embedded hardware and software.
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Mouser sill supply three krtkl products, including the popular snickerdoodle embedded platform.

Snickerdoodle black SoM is a prototype-to-production platform that is built around a Xilinx Zynq-7020 system-on-chip SoC and a Texas Instruments WiLink 8 wireless module. The 50.8 mm × 88.9 mm board’s Zynq SoC has two 866 MHz Arm Cortex-A9 cores and a 1.3M gate Xilinx Artix-7 FPGA. The board also offers dual-band Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Low Energy connectivity, 1 GByte LPDDR2 RAM, 125 reconfigurable FPGA I/Os, and 55 additional I/O pins. Out of the box, snickerdoodle supports Ubuntu Linux, Python, PYNQ, C/C++, and bare metal.

breakyBreaky is a snickerdoodle breakout baseboard that enables full access to the snickerdoodle pinout via 0.1” (2.54 mm) headers. The 3.94” × 4.92” (100 mm × 125 mm) breakyBreaky comes with 270 pins, as well as a 14-pin Xilinx JTAG header, a 0.1” (2.54 mm) grid plated-through-hole prototyping area, DC power jack, and four adhesive-backed locking PCB supports.

piSmasher is an SBC snickerdoodle baseboard for audio/video processing, networking, edge AI, and general computing applications. It includes dual, FPGA-connected Gigabit Ethernet interfaces with PHY support for Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) as well as simultaneous HDMI video input and output at up to WUXGA (1920 × 1200p) at 60 Hz and 8-channel, 32-bit/192 kHz HDMI audio input and output.

piSmasher also has four High-Speed USB 2.0 Type-A Host receptacles and a dedicated 96 kHz stereo audio codec with color-coded 3.5 mm jacks for line-in, line-out, and headset (stereo audio, mono microphone), and provides access to 25 of snickerdoodle’s reconfigurable FPGA I/O. The 3.5” × 5.66” (88.9 mm × 143.8 mm) board also has an I²C identification and configuration EEPROM, 14-pin Xilinx JTAG header, DC power jack, and four adhesive-backed locking PCB supports.

More information

www.mouser.com/krtkl

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