The Alchitry Cu uses the Lattice iCE40 HX FPGA with 7680 logic cells and is supported by the open source tool chain Project IceStorm. The Cu possesses 79 IO pins with eight general purpose LEDs; a 100MHz on-board clock that can be manipulated internally by the FPGA; a USB-C connector to configure and power the board; and a USB to serial interface for data transfer.
By adding stackable expansion boards similar to shields or HATs called "Elements," the Alchitry Cu is able to expand its own hardware capabilities by adding prototyping spaces, buttons, LEDs, and more!
- Lattice iCE40-HX8K FPGA - 7680 logic elements
- 79 IO pins (3.3V logic level)
- USB-C to configure and power the board
- Eight general purpose LEDs
- One button (typically used as a reset)
- 100MHz on-board clock (can be multiplied internally by the FPGA)
- Powered with 5V through USB-C port, 0.1" holes, or headers
- USB to serial interface for data transfer (up to 12Mbaud)
- Dimensions of 65mm x 45mm
- Getting Started Guide
- Alchitry Labs
- Project IceStorm
- Product Brief
- 3D Model (IGES)
- Element Eagle Library
- So You Want to Learn FPGAs...
- Alchitry Tutorials
- Alchitry Forums
Emballagestørrelse: 11 cm 7,2 cm 2 cm
Vægt: 0,022 kg