Embedded Module TQMa6ULxEnergy-efficient and future-oriented Cortex®-A7 module based on i.MX6UL and i.MX6ULL.

Arm® Cortex®-A7 based on i.MX6UL and i.MX6ULL

TQMa6ULx
  • Long-term availability
  • Security Functions
  • Camera Sensor Interface
  • Low power consumption (typ. 1 W)
  • 2x Ethernet with IEE1588
  • Extended temperature range
The Minimodule TQMa6ULxL, based on the i.MX6UL and iMX6ULL from NXP, combines the Arm® Cortex®-A7 core technology with a variety of interfaces. The LGA module has been developed especially for the use in high volume projects. The integrated graphics controller supports applications with display and touch screen requirements. TQMa6ULxL is best suited for various applications such as industrial automation and controls with requirements for low power and secure data processing.
There are three CPU variants available. With a Single Cortex®-A7 core and a clock rate up to 528 MHz the TQMa6ULxL provides a balanced ratio between applications for visualization and control performance and power dissipation. All the processor’s functional pins are on the LGA pins. Note about the ordering information: Further variants are available on request.

CPU/Processor data

CPU/Processor:
  • i.MX6UL1, MX6UL2, MX6UL3, MX6ULL0, MX6ULL1, MX6ULL2
  • CPU JTAG interface

Memory

DDR3L:
  • Up to 1 GB
Quad SPI NOR:
  • Up to 256 MB
eMMC:
  • Up to 32 GB
EEPROM:
  • 0/64-kbit

Graphics

Graphics:
  • LCD Interface (24-bit RGB)

Communication interfaces

CAN:
  • Up to 2x CAN 2.0 B
Serial Ports:
  • Up to 8x UART
Ethernet:
  • Up to 2x Ethernet 10/100 Mbit
USB:
  • Up to 2x USB 2.0 high-speed OTG

Other interfaces

I2C:
  • Up to 4x I²C
I2S:
  • Up to 3x I²S
SPI:
  • Up to 4x SPI
MIPI:
  • 1x 16-bit Camera Sensor Interface
SD Card:
  • Up to 2x SDIO/MMC

Other functions

RTC:
  • Real Time Clock (RTC)

General data/basic data

Dimensions:
  • 46 x 32 mm
Plug-in System:
  • Board-to-board plug-in system 200 pins
Temperature range:
  • Standard temperature range: -25°C…+85°C
  • Extended temperature: -40°C…+85°C
Power supply:
  • 5 V
General:
  • Temperature sensor

OS-Support

OS Support:
  • Linux
  • QNX
  • VxWorks on request

User Manual TQMa6ULx (2 MB, pdf)

TQMa6UL(L)x(L) - Linux BSP Rev.0115 (675 MB, zip)

Source code and precompiled image files.
Details about the supported platforms/versions
MD5: 7199BE9D9F18737629099201489FCADE 

TQMa6UL1-AA

i.MX6UL1 (G1) / 528 MHz, 8 GB eMMC Flash 256 MB DDR3L, 64 kB EEPROM, RTC, -25°C…+85°C

TQMa6UL2-AA

i.MX6UL2 (G2) / 528 MHz, 8 GB eMMC Flash 256 MB DDR3L, 64 kB EEPROM, RTC, -25°C…+85°C

TQMa6UL2-AB

i.MX6UL2 (G2) / 528MHz,8GB eMMC-Flash, 64MB Q-SPI NOR Flash, 256MB DDR3L-SDRAM, RTC, 64kB EEPROM, -40°C…+85°C

TQMa6UL3-AA

i.MX6UL3 (G3) / 528 MHz, 8 GB eMMC Flash 256 MB DDR3L, 64 kB EEPROM, RTC, -25°C…+85°C

TQMa6ULL2-AA

i.MX6ULL2 (Y2) / 528MHz,8GB eMMC-Flash, 256MB DDR3L-SDRAM, RTC, 64kB EEPROM, -25°C…+85°C

TQMa6ULL2-AB

i.MX6ULL2 (Y2) / 528MHz,8GB eMMC-Flash, 64MB Q-SPI NOR Flash, 512MB DDR3L-SDRAM, RTC, 64kB EEPROM, -40°C…+85°C

Other configurations on request

STKa6ULx-AA

STKa6ULx (Eval Kit) with TQMa6ULx-AA, Cortex A7/528 MHz, 256 MB DDR3L, 8 GB eMMC Flash, 64 kB EEPROM, RTC, 1x RS232, 1x RS485, 2 x CAN 2.0 B separated, 3x USB 2.0 HOST, 1x USB 2.0 OTG, 2x ETH 10/100, LCD Port, LVDS, 1x Mini PCIe (only USB), RTC, Temperature sensor, Reset-Button, SD interface, Power supply, 4 GB SD card, Cables

Application examples

3265,33

Our USPs

  • Unbeatable long-term availability
  • Robustness for all applications
  • The most comprehensive range of modules on the market
  • A comprehensive design and support of an E²MS manufacturer
  • Full design freedom, as all processor functions are fully accessible
  • x86 for tough industrial use

Embedded downloads

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Support Wiki

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