Cyclone V SoC Helio Board

Introduction

Helio is starter kit to evaluate latest Cyclone V SoC ARM-based FPGA. It provides rich features and software compatible with Altera SoC development board. Engineers can evaluate Cyclone V SoC with Helio board in an easy, simple, and cost effective way

 

Helio board Features

  • Main device: Cyclone V 5CSXFC6C6U23ES SoC with Dual-core ARM® Cortex™ A9 processor
  • Power device: LTC2978, LTC3605, LTC3613, LTC3026, LT3509
  • Memory: Micron DDR3 2Gb @ 32bit @ 533MHz ECC
  • Configuration: On board USB Blaster II, Configuration ROM, JTAG
  • Software:Yocto Linux BSP support
  • Interfaces:  HSMC, Gigabit Ethernet, USB 2.0 OTG, UART, SD card, GPIO, LCD
  • Other Features:  Power Supply Monitor by Linear Technology, Real Time clock, Buttons, LEDs, Switches
  • (Optional):Wide VGA(800X480)LCD touch panel, Wifi module, temperature, humidity sensors WVGA (800x480) TFT LCD

Helio View upgrade kit

  • WVGA (800x480) TFT LCD
  • Capacitive multi-touch
  • HDMI input
  • HDMI output
  • Two expansion connectors (PCIe female style for edge connector "pico" boards)
  • Acrylic mechanical design for clean integration with the Helio board to make a compact, portable unit

 

Block Diagram

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Local SoC Workshops

Cytech is pleased to offer hand-on workshop to provide practical experience for local engineers. Participants will be able to get started to design Cyclone V SoC project development rapidly.

Please come to here for more detail. http://www.cytech.com/kit/helio-workshop2013

Availability:

Macnica Cyclone® V SoC Helio Base Board will be available beginning in May 2013.

Helio Display upgrade kit will be available beginning in Oct 2013

For more enquiries and ordering, please contact our sales representative at local office or email to inquiry@cytech.com

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Last update: 6 Sept 2013

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