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The phyCARD-XL3-i.MX6 SOM is populated with the Freescale i.MX6 providing scalability of computing performance through offered single, dual, and quad core variants. Additionally, due to identical break-out of interface signals per PHYTEC's innovative X-Arc embedded bus standard, the phyCARD-XL3-i.MX6 is compatible with other phyCARD family members making resources available at a single, 100-pin connector including Ethernet, USB, UART, SPI, I2C, audio, SDIO/MMC, GPIO, JTAG, display (LVDS), and more.

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The phyCARD-XL3-i.MX6 System on Module

The i.MX6 Cortex-A9 Processor Family

The FreescaleTM i.MX6 Series includes a highly scalable family of embedded processors based on ARM CortexTM-A9 technology with single-, dual-, and quad-core offerings delivering up to 1.2 GHz. Along with power-efficient processing capabilities, the i.MX6 Series of application processors provide a leading edge 3D graphics engine, stereoscopic image sensor support for 3D imaging, HD video engine delivering 1080p encode/decode, 3D video playback, and separate 2D engine for UI.

SOM Highlights

  • i.MX6 Single, Dual, Quad core
  • Up to 1 GHz/core
  • VPU, IPUv3H, GPU2Dv2, OpenVG 1.2
  • ARM CortexTM-A9
  • Up to 1 GB DDR3 / 8 GB NAND
  • X-Arc phyCARD standard Bus
  • Linux and Compact 7 BSPs
Feature Details
Part Number PCA-A-XL3
Architecture ARM CortexTM-A9
Processor Freescale i.MX6: Single, Dual, Quad core
Frequency 1 GHz / core
DRAM 1 GB max DDR3
NAND 8 GB max
eMMC -
PCIe -
RS-232 -
I2C 1
I2S 1
USB Host 1x HS 2.0
USB Device -
USB OTG 1x HS 2.0
Ethernet (Mbit/s) 10/100
Audio I2S
Graphics OpenVG 1.2
Video 1080p60 decode; 1080p30 encode
Display LVDS
Touch External
Camera Yes (LVDS)
Miscellaneous JTAG, GPIO
Dimensions 60 x 60 mm
Connector 100 pin 0.635 mm pitch
Supply Voltage 3.3 V
Power Consumption tbd
Temperature -40 to +85 C

The Interconnect

phyCARD-XL3-i.MX6 interfaces are routed to our high-density PCB interconnects on the underside of the SOM. Design the mating connectors on your Carrier Board.