RNX-iMX95-SMARC – SoM with NXP i.MX95 in SMARC form factor

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  • SMARC Module, 82x50mm
  • 6x ARM Cortex-A55 CPU, 2.0GHz
  • LPDDR5 4 GiB
  • NXP eIQ® Neutron Neural Processing Unit
  • ARM Cortex-M33 333MHz
  • ARM Cortex-M7 800MHz
  • Yocto, Linux, U-BOOT

The RNX-iMX95-SMARC is a System on Module (SoM) based on NXP i.MX95 family – a 2.0 GHz hexa-core ARM Cortex-A55™ processor integrated with a NPU of 2.0 TOP/s that greatly accelerate machine learning inference. For industrial applications, real time control is enabled by an integrated Arm® Cortex®-M33 running at 333MHz and an Arm® Cortex®-M7 running at 800MHz. The SoM is in compliance with SMARC (Smart Mobility Architecture™) specification.

Form factor:

  • SMARC Module™ (Smart Mobility Architecture)
  • Size 82x50mm

CPU i.MX95:

  • 6x ARM Cortex-A55 CPU, 2.0GHz
  • NXP eIQ® Neutron Neural Processing Unit
  • ARM Cortex-M33 333MHz
  • ARM Cortex-M7 800MHz
  • Arm® Mali™ G310 3D GPU + Embedded 2D GPU
  • SafeAssure Software Framework + H/W Safety Checkers

Memory

  • RAM: 4 GiB, LPDDR5 (optional: up to 16 GiB)
  • eMMC: 16 GiB (optional: up to 256 GiB)
  • octal-SPI NOR Flash: 16 MiB
  • I2C EEPROM

Display

  • MIPI-DSI 3840×1440, 60Hz
  • up to 2x LVDS
  • HDMI

Camera

  • up to 2x MIPI-CSI (4-lane and 2-lane, 2.5Gbps/lane) with PHY

Network

  • Gigabit Ethernet PHY Transceiver: 2x 10/100/1000Mbps
  • 1x 10GbE
  • 2x PCIe
  • Wi-Fi 6: SparkLan AP6275SDSR (SDIO) or SparkLan AP6275SDPR (PCIe), 802.11ax, dual-band (optional)
  • Bluetooth: Bluetooth 5.0 Secure Connection Compliant (optional)

I/O

  • 4x USB2.0 (with USB hub)
  • 2x USB2.0 (without USB hub)
  • 4x UART ports
  • MMC/SD/SDIO
  • 2x SPI
  • 2x I2C
  • 2x CAN
  • GPIOs

Electrical specifications

  • Supply Voltage: 5.0V

Physical

  • Form factor: SMARC, 82x50mm
  • Operation temperature: 0° +70°C, -40° to 85° C (optional)
  • Relative humidity: 10% to 90%
  • MTTF > 200000 hours

Software

Carrier board

 

Resources

Documents:
📄 RNX-i.MX95-SMARC_Datasheet.pdf

Software:
📄 U-BOOT, Linux Kernel, YOCTO

Development Tools

WIKI

🔗 http://wiki.ronetix.at