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    Welcome to
    Mini-ITX
    This development board features everything necessary for an embedded processing system. Available with the Zynq XC7Z045-2FFG900 or the XC7Z100-2FFG900 device, the Mini-ITX board is easy to use and can be expanded and customized through the FMC HPC expansion slot.
    7Z100-G
    7Z045-G
    7Z045 Base Kit
    7Z045 System Kit
    7Z100 System Kit
    Overview

    Mini-ITX Base Kit: The Xilinx Zynq®-7000 All Programmable SoC Mini-ITX Base Kit provides a complete development platform for designing and verifying applications based on the Xilinx Zynq-7000 All Programmable SoC family. Along with the Mini-ITX development board, available with the Zynq XC7Z045-2FFG900 or the XC7Z100-2FFG900 device, the kit includes the cables, hardware and software needed to create a complete development system. Product Brief

    Mini-ITX System Kit:The Xilinx Zynq®-7000 All Programmable SoC Mini-ITX System Kit builds on the Xilinx Zynq®-7000 All Programmable SoC Mini-ITX Base Kit, and includes the hardware to create a complete standalone system.

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    System Kit
    Power Supply
    Block Diagram

    Kit Includes

    • Board Kit
      • Xilinx XC7Z045/XC7Z100-2FFG900
      • 1 GB PS DDR3 SDRAM & 1 GB PL DDR3 SDRAM
      • 32 MB of QSPI Flash
      • 8 KB of I2 C EEPROM
      • Real-Time Clock
      • 10/100/1000 Ethernet Interface
      • USB-UART Interface
      • microSD Card Interface
      • USB 2.0 4-Port HUB
      • PCIe Gen2 x4 Root Complex (x16 physical Slot)
      • SATA-III Interface
      • FMC HPC Slot (VADJ of 1.8 V, 2.5 V, or 3.3 V)
      • SFP Socket
      • LVDS Touch Panel Interface
      • HDMI Interface
      • Audio Codec
      • User LEDs and Switches
      • Programmable LVDS Clock Source (GTX reference clock)
      • 200 MHz LVDS Oscillator (system clock)
      • JTAG Header
      • Processor PJTAG Header
      • Digilent USB-JTAG Module (JTAG-SMT2)
    • Base Kit
      • Mini-ITX development board
      • FMC Adapter
      • Two micro USB cables
      • 4 GB microSD card
      • 200 W ATX power supply
      • Xilinx Vivado® Design Edition software license voucher (device locked to 7Z045 or 7Z100)
    • System Kit
      • Mini-ITX Base Kit
      • Mini-ITX Chassis
      • FMC Adapter
      • 500 GB SATA-III Hard Drive

    Hardware Specification

    SpecificationDescription
    ZYNC PROCESSOR
    • Dual ARM® Cortex-A9 MPCore
    • Up to 800 MHz operation
    • NEON Processing / FPU Engines
    MEMORY
    • 1 GB DDR3 memory (PS side)
    • 1 GB DDR3 memory (PL side)
    • 256 Mb Quad SPI Flash
    • Micro SD card cage
    • 4 GB micro SD Card Included
    CONNECTIVITY
    • 10/100/1000 Ethernet
    • SFP socket
    • 4-Port USB USB 2.0 hub
    • USB UART
    • SATA-III Interface (requires PL core)
    EXPANSION
    • PCIe Gen2 x4 electrical, x16 mechanical slot, (Root Complex)
    • FMC slot (HPC)
    OTHER PERIPHERALS
    • HDMI output port
    • LVDS LCD panel interface
    • Audio input and output
    • Real-time clock
    • 8KB I2C EEPROM
    USER I/O
    • 8 User LED
    • Push and DIP switches
    CLOCKS
    • Programmable GTX clock
    • 200 MHz LVDS oscillator
    DEBUG/PROGRAMMING
    • Xilinx PC4 JTAG connector
    • PJTAG header
    POWER
    • Standard ATX power connector input
    • Uses Mini Module Plus Power Module (included)
    DIMENSIONS
    • Length: 6.7 inches
    • Width: 6.7 inches
    CERTIFICATION
    • CE and RoHS certified
    Reference Designs

    Out-of-Box Designs

    This is the software and hardware platform, boot files, Linux kernel and RAMdisk that are provided on the pre-installed SD card.

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z045 Out-of-Box Linux v2013.4

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z100 Out-of-Box Linux v2013.4


    Using USB for Secondary Boot Images

    This application note builds on a PetaLinux BSP and demonstrates how to use a USB device to store Linux and bitstream images. The BOOT.BIN file is reduced to < 400 KB in size, and u-boot is responsible for loading the programmable logic via PCAP.

    Zynq Mini-ITX USB Boot Application Note PetaLinux 2014.4


    HDMI Bare Metal Reference Design Using ADV7511 and ADI IP

    This reference design demonstrates how to create a bare metal system to output HDMI video and audio using the ADI ADV7511 HDMI transmitter. The IP used in this design is free and publicly available through ADI.

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z045 HDMI Bare Metal - Vivado 2014.4

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z100 HDMI Bare Metal - Vivado 2014.4

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z045 HDMI Bare Metal - Vivado 2013.4

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z100 HDMI Bare Metal - Vivado 2013.4


    PetaLinux Board Support Packages
    Compressed PetaLinux BSPs for Avnet Zynq system platforms.

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z045 PetaLinux Compressed BSP v2016.2

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z100 PetaLinux Compressed BSP v2016.2

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z045 PetaLinux Compressed BSP v2015.2.1

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z100 PetaLinux Compressed BSP v2015.2.1

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z045 PetaLinux Compressed BSP v2014.4

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z100 PetaLinux Compressed BSP v2014.4

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z045 PetaLinux Compressed BSP v2014.2

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z100 PetaLinux Compressed BSP v2014.2

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z045 PetaLinux Compressed BSP v2013.10

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z100 PetaLinux Compressed BSP v2013.10


    PetaLinux Software Reference Design

    This reference design demonstrates how to create, customize and execute a PetaLinux kernel on Avnet Zynq system platforms.

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z045 Petalinux Design v2015.2.1

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z100 Petalinux Design v2015.2.1

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z045 PetaLinux Design v2014.4

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z100 PetaLinux Design v2014.4

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z045 PetaLinux Design v2014.2

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z100 PetaLinux Design v2014.2

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z045 PetaLinux 2013.10 - SDK 2013.4

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z100 PetaLinux 2013.10 - SDK 2013.4


    SFP Socket IBERT Reference Design

    This reference design demonstrates how to use the Xilinx IBERT to test the SFP interface on the Mini-ITX board.

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z045 IBERT Design - Vivado 2015.2

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z100 IBERT Design - Vivado 2015.2

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z045 IBERT Design - Vivado 2014.4

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z100 IBERT Design - Vivado 2014.4

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z045 IBERT Design - Vivado 2014.2

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z100 IBERT Design - Vivado 2014.2

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z045 IBERT Design - Vivado 2013.4

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z100 IBERT Design - Vivado 2013.4


    SATA-III Hard Drive Interface Reference Design

    This reference design is based on a standalone OS and demonstrates how to test a SATA-III hard drive connected to the Mini-ITX board.

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z045 SATA-III Design - Vivado 2014.1

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z100 SATA-III Design - Vivado 2014.1


    Embedded Standalone OS (Bare-Metal) Reference Design ITX

    This reference design is based on a standalone OS and demonstrates the basic functionality of the Mini-ITX board.

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z045 Embedded Design - Vivado 2015.2

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z100 Embedded Design - Vivado 2015.2

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z045 Embedded Design - Vivado 2014.4

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z100 Embedded Design - Vivado 2014.4

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z045 Embedded Design - Vivado 2014.2

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z100 Embedded Design - Vivado 2014.2

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z045 Embedded Design - Vivado 2013.4

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z100 Embedded Design - Vivado 2013.4


    PCIe Root Complex Reference Design

    This reference design demonstrates how to build a PCIe Root Complex System on the Mini-ITX board.

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z045 PCIe Design - Vivado 2015.2

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z100 PCIe Design - Vivado 2015.2

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z045 PCIe Design - Vivado 2014.4

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z100 PCIe Design - Vivado 2014.4

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z045 PCIe Design - Vivado 2014.2

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z100 PCIe Design - Vivado 2014.2

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z045 PCIe Design - Vivado 2013.4

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z100 PCIe Design - Vivado 2013.4


    ARM DSTREAM Interface Reference Design

    This reference design demonstrates how to interface the ARM DSTREAM debug adapter to the Mini-ITX board.

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z045 DSTREAM Design - Vivado 2015.2

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z100 DSTREAM Design - Vivado 2015.2

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z045 DSTREAM Design - Vivado 2014.4

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z100 DSTREAM Design - Vivado 2014.4

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z045 DSTREAM Design - Vivado 2014.2

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z100 DSTREAM Design - Vivado 2014.2

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z045 DSTREAM Design - Vivado 2013.4

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z100 DSTREAM Design - Vivado 2013.4


    Development Using Ubuntu Desktop Linux

    These tutorials provide a means to integrate several different technologies on a single platform. Using the Avnet target boards, we have the power of ARM processors, combined with the unrivaled flexibility of Xilinx programmable logic to implement custom hardware systems. We use a Linux kernel as the foundation operating system running on the processor cores which enables a very large ecosystem of software to be run on our development kits. Virtual machines can provide a very convenient Ubuntu development environment for building the hardware platform and cross-compiling software to target the Processing System.

    U-boot Update 2015.3

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z045 Ubuntu v2014.4

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z100 Ubuntu v2014.4

    VirtualBox and Linux VM Installation Guide v2016.2

    VirtualBox and Linux VM Installation Guide v2015.2.1

    VirtualBox and Linux VM Installation Guide v2014.4

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z045 Ubuntu v2013.4

    Zynq Mini-ITX 7Z100 Ubuntu v2013.4

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