NXP® S32G274A CPU: 4 Arm® Cortex®-A53 64-bit cores at 1Ghz, 3 Arm® Cortex® M7 dual-cores at 400Mhz
4 GB 32-bit soldered LPDDR4 RAM at 3200MT/s
64 MB QSPI Flash
Interface for external SD card multiplexed with eMMC
Boot select: XSPI, eMMC or external SD card
up to 32 GB
High Speed IO
|Analog Inputs (ADCs):|
|JTAG Debug Interface:|
Security / Safety
Hardware Security Engine (HSE) for secure boot and accelerated security services
Advanced functional safety hardware and software for ASIL D systems AEC-Q100 Grade 2 device: -40 °C to 105 °C
|Power Supply Voltage:|
Single DC power input (+9 V to +36 V)
|Optional Power Supply Voltage:|
Single DC power input (+6 V to +36 V)
|Typical Power Consumption:|
0 °C to 70 °C
|Optional Extended Temperature:|
-40 °C to 85 °C
82 mm x 50 mm
Software / Additional
▪ VxWorks (on request)
▪ Others (on request)
▪ All I/O pins available on 314-pin edge connector
▪ Low Latency Communication Engine (LLCE) for vehicle networks acceleration
▪ Packet Forwarding Engine (PFE) for Ethernet networks acceleration
▪ Dev Kit available for immediate start, includes power supply, cables. Linux on SD card
Our standard product versions offer what we consider to be the optimum configuration in terms of performance, price, usage and TDP. The product features lists specify the maximum range of functions per interface. However, not all interfaces or functions are always available in parallel. Flexible SERDES multiplexing is one of the reasons for this. In addition, we provide multiple memory expansion options and are also happy to accommodate specific customer wishes. So do not hesitate to contact us
directly to discuss your desired configuration.
Q: Only eth0 (the top RJ45 on ST22) shows up as an interface on the S32G. How can I enable the other ethernet interfaces on the S32G?
A: If only eth0 shows up, have you checked that the PFE firmware is loaded ok in U-Boot? If yes, you will also have pfe0, pfe1, pfe2
Q: None of the SJA1110A ethernet ports link up. I'm guessing this is because I need to load an image on the SJA1110A.Is ST10 the JTAG header to use? What is J45 on the same header?
A: Yes, ST10 is the header to use. The other device in the JTAG chain, J45, is the Marvell 10GigE PHY (88X3310P) - which we have discarded on Rev.2 Carriers.
Q: Will the S32G detect the SJA1110A and forward traffic once an image is loaded or will I need another S32G image?
A: The SJA110 will forward traffic with the binary image loaded. But traffic coming from the S32G processor will need to be programmed to the SJA1110
Q: Is there a QSPI attached to the SJA1110, and is there a way for me to flash the QSPI?
A: Yes, there is a QSPI Flash attached to the SJA1110 which can be programmed using a Lauterbach debugger
Q: How do we select the boot mode for the SJA1110A?
A: When SW3 are both OFF, then you can program the Flash from debugger. When both switches are ON, the SJA1110 will boot from Flash
Q: In our environment, we need solutions that are available over a very long period of time (up to 15 years). How long are your modules available?
A: Using NXP CPUs on our SoMs we are able to provide an availability of 15 years from the time of the launch of the CPU. With LTB and long-time stocking we are even able to extend this period.