DM814x – MAYA

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DM814x – MAYA

Processor:  Texas Instruments "DaVinci" DM814x / "Sitara" AM387x

MAYA is a ready-to-use SOM (System On Module) based on Texas Instruments Cortex-A8 high performance application processor from DM814x (DaVinci) and AM387x (Sitara) families.

MAYA can operate in -40°C to + 85°C industrial temperature range and has a 204 pin SO-DIMM form factor. It offers a highly integrated peripheral set and it is extremely well suited for deployment in security systems, industrial electronics, home automation, medical and other embedded applications.

Main Features

  • Lite Line CPU module based on Texas Instruments DM814x/AM387x Cortex-A8 @ 1 GHz
  • NEON Media Technology SIMD Coprocessor
  • PowerVR SGX 530 3D Graphics Accelerator
  • Programmable High-Definition Video Image Coprocessing (HDVICP v2) Engine
  • Up to 750 MHz C674x Floating-Point VLIW DSP (DM8148 version only)
  • Up to 512 MB DDR2 SDRAM
  • 2x USB OTG with PHY and 2x SD/MMC
  • Fast Ethernet LAN and High-end Dual-CAN controller
  • Display subsystem: RGB interface, 24 bit HD Display Port, TV out
  • 4x UARTs, 2x I²C, 2 x SPI, 1 x I²S

CPU

Texas Instruments ("DaVinci" DM8147 / DM8148, "Sitara" AM3871 / AM3872 / AM3874)
ARMv7 architecture
Cortex A8 @ 1 GHz

Multimedia

NEON Media Technology (Advanced SIMD coprocessor)
PowerVR SGX 530 3D Graphics Accelerator
Up to 18 Mpoly/s, support for OpenGL ES 1.1/2.0 and OpenVG 1.1
Programmable High-Definition Video Image Coprocessing (HDVICP v2) Engine
HD Video Processing Subsystem (HDVPSS)
Up to 750-MHz C674x Floating-Point VLIW DSP (DM8148 version only)

Supervisor

On board power supply supervision and power sequencer
Watchdog and RTC

Memory

 

Cache

32 Kbyte instruction, 32 Kbyte data, 512 Kbyte L2

SDRAM

DDR2 @ 400 MHz - 64, 128, 256, 512 MB

NAND

All sizes, on request

SRAM

128 Kbyte

Interfaces

 

LAN

Fast Ethernet 10/100 Mbps with PHY
Additional RMII Interface

UART

3x UART ports (1x full, 2x four-wires)

USB

2x 2.0 OTG ports with PHY

CAN

Dual CAN controller (version 2 part A, B)

External Bus

8-bit data, 4-bit address expansion bus

Debug

JTAG IEEE 1149.1 Test Access Port
EMU port

PC Card

2x SD/MMC card

Audio

2x McASP channels

Other

2x I²C channels
2x SPI channel
GPIOs available

Video

 

Resolution

24-bit HD Display Port

Type

HDMI 1.3, TFT/RGB

TV out

Yes

Input

16-bit HD Video input port

Mechanical

 

Connectors

SO-DIMM 204 pins

Physical

67,5 mm x 40 mm

Temperature

Commercial (0°C / +70°C) Temperature Range
Industrial (-40°C / +85°C) Temperature Range

PSU

 

Input

3.3V, voltage regulation on board

Software

 

Bootloader

U-Boot

Multitasking

Linux 2.6.37

 

Marketing Documentation

 MAYA Leaflet

MAYA Block Diagram

 

Hardware Documentation

MAYA Hardware Manual

MAYA 3D Mechanical Drawing (STEP format)

MAYA Electrical pinout

Evaluation Board Electrical Schematics

 

Software Documentation

Embedded Linux Kit - wiki Page

Software Quick Start Guide - wiki Page

 

Other Technical Information

DAVE Embedded Systems Developer's Wiki: Maya main page

 

Longevity program: Texas Instruments General Quality Guidelines

DAVE Embedded Systems is committed to support and maintain its products according toTexas Instruments General Quality Guidelines

20: PRODUCT WITHDRAWAL/DISCONTINUANCE

"TI’s Product withdrawal/discontinuance process complies with JESD48, latest issue. TI makes an effort to not obsolete products out of convenience. Convenience means: low running device, poor yields, limited customer adoption or similar items. TI’s obsolescence withdrawal schedule provides a longer lead time than the industry standard. TI allows 12 months for the last order and an additional 6 months to take final delivery of obsolete items. In rare circumstances, an accelerated withdrawal schedule may be necessary. In such cases, TI will communicate the last buy and final delivery dates in the EOL notice, along with an explanation of the circumstances necessitating the early withdrawal".

 

ARM Comparison Table

 ARM Comparison Table

Available evaluation boards:

DIDO Evaluation Kit

DIDO Evaluation Kit is a carrier board designed to host MAYA SOM. NAON Evaluation Kit is a development/test system designed to start working with the NAON platform and experimenting with the implemented features. The carrier board can be used also to start working with DIDO and NAON modules.

 

 

Kit Contents

NAON Embedded Linux Kit is composed by the following content:

 

  • NAON Evaluation Board

  • DIDO CPU module

  • U-Boot bootloader (source code and binaries)

  • Linux operating system (source code and binaries)

  • Full NELK documentation (Manuals, User's Guides, Application Notes, Carrier boards schematics, Mechanical Drawings...) included in the uSD card
 
  • complimentary access to DAVE Embedded Systems' MAYA RESERVED AREA

  • Periodic updates (documentation revisions, new Application Notes, new Design notes)

Price and availability

For further information about the Kit and the usage, please contact Mouser and Digikey

Available Features

DAVE Embedded Systems is committed to provide customers with solutions which simplify the start up phase and accelerate the Time 2 Market. For this reason, additionally to HW services, also on software side many solutions are provided. These solutions are below listed and described in detail on the WIKI web site.

Linux O.S.:

 

MAYA SOM is specifically designed for Linux O.S. DAVE Embedded Systems provides a complete Board Support Package with all drivers. These BSP is designed starting from the Texas Instruments SDK releases for DaVinci DM814x/AM387x. This evaluation kit is unified with NAON and DIDO SOMs HERE you can find more information.

Android O.S.:

 

MAYA SOM is also able to run Android O.S. DAVE Embedded Systems provides some example of a basic Android envirronment with some functionalities available on board. This solution is provided turn key without source code release. HERE you can find more information.

 

Software releases

DAVE Embedded Systems is committed to provide an easy to use solution for start the evaluation. All the system setup is pre-configured in a DAVE Embedded Systems Virtual Development Kit. The DAVE Embedded Systems DVDK is a virtual machine, based on Oracle VirtualBox that allows developers to start using DAVE Embedded Systems' platform without wasting time in installing the development environment. HERE you can find more information.

 

Software Updates - LONG TERM SUPPORT

DAVE Embedded Systems is committed to provide updated software along the life cycles of its products. This is possible maintaining products aligned with Silicon Vendor releases. Additionally to this othe bug fixes are committed and published on GIT server. More information on how to have access to this are available HERE.

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