Mercury ZX1 SoC SOM/7Z030

作成者: Enclustra GmbH

The Mercury ZX1 system-on-chip (SoC) module combines the AMD Zynq 7000 SoC device with fast DDR3 SDRAM, NAND flash, quad SPI flash, a Gigabit Ethernet PHY, dual Fast Ethernet PHY and an RTC and thus forms a complete and powerful embedded processing system.


  • Built around the AMD Zynq 7000 SoC
  • Dual Fast Ethernet for Industrial Ethernet like PROFINET, EtherCAT, POWERLINK or Ethernet/IP
  • Available in industrial and commercial temperature range
  • Combines the flexibility of a CPU system with the parallel processing power and real-time capabilities of an FPGA system
  • Linux Board Support Package (BSP) and tool chain available
  • 64 × 54 mm form factor with dual 168-pin Hirose FX10 connectors has minimal footprint
  • High-bandwidth memory - independent PS and PL channels are ideal for most applications
  • A powerful PCIe Gen2 x8 interface, and a high number of available LVDS pairs provide high-speed data I/O at low integration cost
  • Support for Linux, eCos and VxWorks operating systems
  • Lowest power consumption due to the high-efficiency DC/DC converters


  • 178 total user I/Os
  • 3D STEP Model
  • 5 to 15V supply voltage
  • 512 MB NAND flash
  • 64 MB QSPI flash
  • 8 ARM peripheral I/Os (SPI, SDIO, CAN, I2C, UART)
  • 8x 6.6/10.3125 Gbps MGTs
  • Gigabit Ethernet PHY
  • I/O nets length
  • Linux Board Support Package (BSP): Compile Linux with the Enclustra Build Environment with a few clicks
  • Module Configuration Tool (MCT): Configure FPGA, program flash memory, read module information (type, serial number), monitor currents, configure real-time-clock (RTC)
  • PCB Footprint
  • PCIe 2.0 x8
  • Reference Design
  • Small form factor (64 × 54 mm)
  • Two Fast Ethernet PHYs
  • USB 2.0 PHY
  • Up to 1 GByte DDR3L SDRAM (PS)
  • Up to 512 MByte DDR3L SDRAM (PL)
  • User Manual
  • User schematics