Status: In Production
The SAMA5D3 series is a high-performance, ultra-low-power ARM Cortex-A5 processor-based MPU. The Cortex-A5 runs up to 536MHz and features a 128KB L2 cache and a floating-point unit. It supports multiple memories, including DDR2 and LPDDR2. It integrates powerful peripherals for connectivity: Gigabit EMAC and/or 10/100 EMAC, 3 HS USB ports, up to 2 CAN ports, up to 3 SDIO/SD/MMC, up to 7 UARTs; and for user interface applications: TFT LCD controller, touch controller, and a CMOS sensor (camera) interface. These devices offer application security functions to protect against hacking such as a hardware encryption engine supporting AES, 3DES, as well as secure Hash Algorithm (SHA) and True Random Number Generator (TRNG) and a secure boot loader. These devices come with a free main-lined Linux distribution.
- Gigabit EMAC and 10/100 EMAC
- 0.8mm ball pitch package reduces PCB design complexity
- Simple power management scheme
- 4-layer PCB
- Ultra-low-power architecture for extensive battery life
- <200uA retention mode with fast wake-up
- 5uA in backup mode
- Hardware encryption engine
- Secure boot
- Free Linux® and Qt SDK
- Complete set of C examples for non-OS users
- Low-Cost Development board
- Multiple third-party software and hardware partners
SAM-ICE is a JTAG emulator designed for SAMA5, SAM3, SAM4, SAM7 and SAM9 ARM® core-based MCUs and MPUs, including Thumb mode. It supports download speeds up to 720K Bytes per second and maximum JTAG speeds up to 12 MHZ. It also supports Serial Wire Debug (SWD) and Serial Wire Viewer (SWV) from SAM-ICE hardware V6.
The AT91SAM-ICE catalog part number (CPN) will be moving to End of...
The J-32 Debug Probe Debugger/Programmer provides affordable, fast and easy debugging and programming for Microchip’s PIC32 and SAM MCU and SAM MPU products. It is fully integrated into Microchip’s powerful MPLAB® X Integrated Development Environment and easy-to-use Integrated Programming Environment. Connecting existing hardware is simple as it keeps the...
The Linux OS and Microchip’s microprocessors (MPUs) have gone hand in hand since 2002 when our first MPU, the AT91RM9200, was introduced. By supporting mainline Linux, you receive the full support of the open source community to create high-quality solutions. Microchip has been mainlining its kernel, bootloader and drivers since 2004, and mainlining has become a centerpiece of our Linux...
Microchip SAM Boot Assistance (SAM-BA) software provides an open set of tools for in-system programming of Microchip ARM Thumb-based microcontrollers and microprocessors.
The latest generations of MPUs are support on SAM-BA v3 available on the SAM-BA github site.
For MCUs and legacy MPUs the latest versions of SAM-BA v2
Microchip’s software packages deliver a set of C-drivers that run on the evaluation kits and exercise all peripherals. The software packages are also very useful for board bring-up as well as quick prototyping.
The software packages consist of drivers, software services and libraries. For Microchip’s microprocessors, each software module is provided with full source code,...
The ATSAMA5D27-SOM1-EK1 is a fast prototyping and evaluation platform for the SAMA5D2 based System in Packages (SiPs) and the SAMA5D27-SOM1 (SAMA5D27 System On Module). The kit comprises a baseboard with a soldered ATSAMA5D27-SOM1 module. The module features an ATSAMA5D27C-D1G-CU SIP embedding a 1-Gbit (128 MB) DDR2 DRAM. The SOM integrates a Power Management IC (PMIC), a QSPI memory, a...
The SAMA5D3 Xplained is a fast prototyping and evaluation platform for microprocessor-based design. The board comes with a rich set of ready to use connectivity and storage peripherals and expansion headers for easy customization. A Linux distribution and software package gets you evaluating fast. A USB device connector can be used to power the board as well as programming and debugging it.
This is the evaluation board for the KSZ9477S 7-Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch (also KSZ9567 and KSZ8567). The SAMA5D3 processor manages the switch and includes the ATECC508A security encoder. The DSC1101 is the reference clock for GigE communication. The EVB can be used to implement IEEE 1588v2, AVB and DLR/HSR (available on KSZ9477 only) network redundancy. Combine multiple boards to implement...
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