Create connected devices faster with the NXP Vybrid-enabled Quartz SoM

Rich Applications + Real-time

Quartz System on Module

NXP™ Vybrid

  • NXP Vybrid VF6xx System-on-Chip
  • 256MBytes DDR3
  • 256MBytes NAND Flash
  • Dual 10/100 Ethernet PHYs*
  • 3.3V Single Supply Input
  • Boot Configuration Logic*
    *LGA version has single PHY and requires external boot logic or the on-chip fuses to be blown.
  • Quartz is only available through our Design License Programme
  • Freescale Vybrid VF6xx System-on-Chip
  • ARM Cortex A5 core @500MHz with TrustZone and 32KB I-Cache/32 KB D-Cache
  • Neon Media Processing Engine (MPE) co-processor and double precision Floating
  • Point Unit (FPU)
  • ARM Cortex M4 @167MHz with 16KB I-Cache/16KB D-Cache
  • 512KB L2 Cache
  • 1MB SRAM
  • 256MB DDR3
  • 256MB NAND Flash
  • Dual 10/100 Ethernet with on board PHY and L2 switch
  • Dual High-Speed (480Mbps) USB OTG
  • 4 x Serial UART
  • 4 x I2C
  • 4 x SPI
  • 2 x QUAD SPI
  • 2 x FlexCAN3
  • 2 x Secure Digital Card
  • Dual 12-bit SAR ADC
  • Dual 12-bit DAC
  • Enhanced Serial Audio Interface (ESAI)
  • JTAG debug
Graphics and User Interface
  • Dual TFT LCD controller up to 1024×768
  • I2C/AC97 Audio interface
  • 4 x Analog Video ADC
  • Digital camera input
  • Secure boot option
  • Anti-tamper signals
  • Crypto acceleration

High-Density Connectors

  • 45mm x 35mm footprint
  • < 6mm height
  • 2 x 100pin connectors

Surface-mount LGA

  • 38mm x 38mm footprint
  • < 3mm height
  • Zero connector cost for lower system cost
  • Optimal performance in high-vibration environments
Development Kit

Prototype new devices and develop software FAST on the Quartz Development Kit

  • Dual 10/100 EthernetQuartzDevKitRevA-Top-Small
  • 4 x USB Host
  • 2 x CAN
  • Digital and Analog I/O
  • Optional 7″ LCD with touch
  • LVDS Display Interface

Device Solutions works closely with 3rd party partners to bring you expert OS support for the Quartz CPU module.

Timesys Linux

Linux is provided and supported by Timesys.
Visit the Quartz Development Center on the Timesys web site. From here you can:

1. Register your Quartz board to access your free LinuxLink PRO Edition tools
2. Download BSP source code
3. View Getting Started documents and videos



Quartz support is included in the FreeBSD sources.This page has all the details including the supported features, where to get the source and how to build and download it to a Quartz board.



Contact us for access to the NXP MQX source for Quartz.



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