FIVEberry

Application Board for the MSRZFive OSM SoM

The FIVEberry baseboard is build around the MSRZFive System on Module. The FIVEberry supports users to have a smooth start-up with the new CPU architecture RZ/Five by Renesas. It supports all necessary features to make first steps with the RISC-V CPU core, develop and debug drivers and the bootloader and even to use it in prototype setups.

The MSRZFive is the Open Standard Module compliant System-In-Package based on Renesas RZ Family architecture offering high-performance 64-bit RISC-V core. The MSRZFive combines compact design and a wide range of services, bringing low power consumption, thermal efficiency and low-cost to embedded systems.

The RZ/Five general-purpose microprocessor units (MPUs) are built around a 64-bit RISC-V CPU core and employ the Andes AX45MP, based on the RISC-V CPU instruction set architecture (ISA). Peripheral functions include support for multiple interfaces, such as two Gigabit Ethernet channels, two USB 2.0 channels, and two CAN channels, as well as dual A/D converter modules, making it ideal for applications such as entry-class social infrastructure gateway control and industrial gateway control.

 

    • MSRZFive-AAA System on Module
      • Renesas RZ/Five R9A07G043F01GBG
      • 512MB DDR4 RAM
      • 4GB eMMC
      • 128MBit SPI-NOR
      • -25°...+85°C
    • two Ethernet ports 10/100/1000MBit/s on RJ45
    • console via USB to UART
    • USB2.0 Host
    • USB2.0 OTG
    • 2xI2C
    • GPIO
    • SD-card interface
    • 5V single voltage supply via USB

    The idea of all Open Standard Modules is to create a new, future proof and versatile standard for small-size, low-cost embedded computer modules, combining the following key characteristics:

    • Completely machine processible during soldering, assembly and testing
    • different possible packages for direct PCB soldering without connector
    • Pre-defined soft- and hardware interfaces
    • Open-Source in soft- and hardware

    The Open Standard Module specification allows developing, producing and distributing embedded modules for the most popular MCU32, ARM and RSICV architectures. For a growing number of IoT applications this standard helps to combine the advantages of modular embedded computing with increasing requirements regarding costs, space and interfaces.
     

    Application Board for the MSRZFive OSM SoM