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SMARC module for robotics taps Qualcomm’s octa-core QRB5165

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Adlink has announced a “LEC-RB5” SMARC module for robots and drones that runs Linux on Qualcomm’s up to 2.42GHz, octa-core QRB5165 with 15W-TOPS NPU. Highlights include up to 8 GB LPDDR4L and 256 GB UFS plus 2x GbE, WiFi/BT, CAN and 6x camera lanes.

Adlink unveiled its most powerful Arm module yet. The LEC-RB5 runs on Ubuntu or a Yocto-based Linux stack on Qualcomm’s QRB5165, a robotics-oriented variant of the 7nm-manufactured, octa-core Snapdragon 865. The module can be used to power robots and drones in consumers. , enterprise, defense, industrial and logistics sectors.

Qualcomm’s QRB5165 first appeared on the Qualcomm Flight RB5 5G Platform for drones in August, followed shortly after by the Lantronix Open-Q 5165RB SOM and dev kit.

LEC-RB5 and block diagram
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The QRB5165 is packed in 4x Cortex-A77-based Kryo 585 cores clocked at up to 2.42GHz plus 4x Cortex-A55-style Kyro cores at 1.81GHz. Other features include an Adreno 650 GPU and a Hexagon 698 DSP with a 15-TOPS Hexagon Tensor Accelerator NPU.

There is also a secure processing unit, a Spectra 480 ISP, and an Engine for Video Analytics (EVA) component. EVA partners with the ISP to process 7x simultaneous camera inputs with simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM), object detection and classification, autonomous navigation and path planning.

The LEC-RB5, which follows previous Adlink SMARC modules such as the i.MX8M Plus based LEC-IMX8MP, comes with 4GB or 8GB LPDDR4L-4266 in a POP package. Optional UFS storage ranges from 32 GB to 256 GB.

Flight RB5
5G platform

The 82 x 50mm SMARC 2.1 “short” module has a wireless module with 802.11ac and Bluetooth 5.0 plus dual GbE controllers. Media I/O includes HDMI 2.0b up to [email protected] plus 4-lane MIPI-DSI and 4- and 2-lane MIPI-CSI. I2S audio is supported on a carrier, with a resolution of 16 to 32 bits and a sample rate of up to 192 GHz. There is also an option for SWD audio.

The LEC-RB5 enables 2x USB 3.0, 4x USB 2.0, 3x UART, 2x SPI, 3x I2C and 14x GPIO. The module provides 2x PCIe Gene x2 interfaces and either CAN2.0B or mixed CAN2.0B and CAN FD mode for a data bit rate of up to 8 Mbps.

A 30-pin debug header is available for an optional DB-30 debug module. You also get Adlink’s SEMA Board Controller with monitoring, watchdog, etc.

The 5V module operates at less than 12W and is available in 0 to 60°C or an optional -20 to 85°C or -30 to 85°C model according to conflicting quotes in the PR and datasheet. Both offer 5-90% RH, non-condensing RH tolerance.

Shock and vibration resistance comply with IEC 60068-2-64 and IEC-60068-2-27, as well as MIL-STD-202 F, method 213B and 214A. Ten-year product availability is offered.

More information

No pricing or availability information has been provided for the “provisional” LEC-RB5. More information can be found on the Adlink announcement and product page.

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