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Olimex releases SOM based on STMicro STM32MP157

Olimex has released the STMP157-BASE-SOM-EXT system module based on the STMicro STM32MP157 Cortex-A7 dual-core microprocessor, as well as the STMP157-BASE-SOM-EVB evaluation board with open source code developed using the KiCad program.

The microprocessor is equipped with two 32-bit Arm Cortex-A7 cores operating at a frequency of up to 800 MHz, a Vivante 3D graphics processor with OpenGL ES 2.0 support. On the bottom side of the SOM there are six 40-pin connectors with a contact pitch of 0.05", which allows you to connect all the features of the STM32 to any board.

The carrier board includes a Gigabit Ethernet port with support for time-sensitive networks (TSN), connectors for HDMI, RGB and MIPI Display Serial Interface (DSI) video outputs, a serial camera interface (CSI) connected to a two-megapixel matrix, two USB 2.0 and USB 2 ports. 0 On-The-Go (OTG), two CAN buses, a connector for connecting a flash memory module and a microSD slot for data storage, 3.5mm connectors for audio input and output, expansion connectors, including one of Olimex's own UEXT connectors, a connector for connecting an optional lithium polymer battery (LiPo) with charging support, as well as a debugging connector.

The system-on-module STMP157-BASE-SOM-EXT is already available for order in the Olimex store at a price of 30 euros.