UCM-iMX7 NXP i.MX7 SW Resources

From CompuLab Wiki

Jump to: navigation, search

UCM-iMX7 is an ultra miniature computer-on-module (CoM) / system-on-module (SoM) board designed to serve as a building block in embedded applications.

UCM-iMX7 is built around the NXP i.MX7 System-on-Chip featuring an advanced ARM Cortex-A7 CPU coupled with a dedicated real-time ARM Cortex-M4 MCU. The SoC is supplemented with up-to 2GB DDR3 and 32GB of on-board SLC NAND or eMMC storage. In addition, the UCM-iMX7 features extensive connectivity with a wide range of industry standard interfaces – GbE, WiFi, Bluetooth, PCIe, USB and CAN bus.

UCM-iMX7 is provided with comprehensive documentation and full ready-to-run SW support for Linux.

Linux
UCM-iMX7 Linux



Image:admolition_note.png From time to time CompuLab releases new software versions for UCM-iMX7 in order to fix bugs, address component changes and add functionality. It is highly recommended to subscribe to the UCM-iMX7 RSS Feed in order to receive automatic notifications about software updates.
News

18-Jun-2017, UCM-iMX7 Linux release 1.0
Initial release of Linux kernel v4.1.15-ucm-imx7-1.0 and Debian 8 Linux Demo image for UCM-iMX7
- Basic support for the UCM-iMX7 module and SB-UCM base board
- Serial console support on UART1
- Green LED
- MMC/SD, eMMC, USB, I2C, SPI
- Storage: NAND, SPI flash, MMC/SD, USB
- Freescale Ethernet Controller (FEC1)
- PCIe
- TSC2046 resistive touch panel controller support
- HannStar HSD050IDW1/Startek KD050C-1A LCD panel support
- PWM backlight for LCD
- DVI display
- AB1805 RTC support
- Analog Audio
- BCM4343W WiFi and Bluetooth
- 2x CAN bus (FLEXCAN1 and FLEXCAN2)
- Watchdog WD1
Documentation
- Initial Linux documentation for UCM-iMX7 support

Personal tools