MPX - the next generation miriac™ SoM standard
It's not a miracle - although you might believe in a miracle when you see so much functionality in such tiny dimensions. That is because miriac™ modules are consequently designed to be as small as possible. Nevertheless they are complete industrial processor boards. And they have the excellent quality and reliability that you expect from MicroSys products. miriac™ Modules focus designers of embedded solutions that require
Just select the best fitting module out of our NXP Power Architecture (QorIQ, i.MX, Layerscape Power PC), ARM or Intel based miriac™ line and purchase a fair-prized starter kit that contains a miriac™ module, an eval-carrier board, a PSU (not part of all sets), firmware, documentation and schematics. Get started immediately designing your final application software. Meanwhile you may define a customized carrier board with optimized dimensions, interfaces and connectors. In most cases carrier boards will require only four layers and are a subset of our evaluation carrier boards. Hasn't the design of your new complex computer board become really easy? And the benefits will last even longer: As our miriacs keep always pace with the newest processor generations your board stays automatically up-to-date. Forget about troubles with discontinued components - MicroSys will handle this for you. Doesn't this sound like a miracle?
White Papers / Technical Background
MicroSys miriac® MPX System on Modules are designed to operate in harsh operating environments. Some technical background information in this context you´ll find the document MicroSys MPX robustness II 180611 paper here.
Clock Signal Quality of SPI and SD-Cards on miriac® MPX-LS10xx Modules. The white paper It provides a guideline for SPI and SD-Card clock signal handling.
Smart Control on ARM based industrial system on modules. The current lineup of highly integrated system-on-modules (SoM) with NXP Layerscape and Power Architecture CPUs by MicroSys, feature a custom supervision and power controller. For this purpose, a NXP Kinetis K02 device was inte-grated.