This Python Board becomes Arduino and Raspberry Pi Compatible - Looks Solid

The TUL PYNQ-Z2 looks somewhat contrasted with most present day single-board PCs (SBCs). We are not simply discussing its appealing red shade of its board either. Right off the board, it gauges 140 x 87 mm, making it somewhat enormous by SBC guidelines.

The extra impression has permitted TUL to coordinate Arduino and Raspberry Pi good headers, alongside an Analog Devices ADAU1761 24-bit sound codec that fuses two 3.5 mm jacks.

TUL has planned the PYNQ-Z2 for Python Productivity for Zynq (PYNQ) advancement, an open-source structure distributed by Xilinx. The structure joins Python language and libraries to make inserted frameworks with Xilinx Zynq SoCs.


PYNQ has a broad site clarifying the system and its uses, which you can discover here.

PYNQ at present backings four sheets including the PYNQ-Z2, with the last separating itself with its Raspberry Pi header and 24-bit sound codec.

TUL has furnished the board with a Xilinx Zynq-7020 XC7Z020-1CLG400C SoC, which incorporates two ARM Cortex-A9 centers running at 650 MHz, 512 MB of DDR3 RAM and 16 MB of QSPI streak stockpiling. The board incorporates a microSD card opening should you need more space however.

There is likewise HDMI in and HDMI out, Gigabit Ethernet and two USB ports, one of which is a miniaturized scale USB that supports up to 5 V power. The PYNQ-Z2 can keep running on a 7 V to 15 V power supply as well.

The TUL PYNQ-Z2 ships worldwide from Seeedstudio for US$119 or for US$5 less expensive from Newegg on the off chance that you live in the US

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