XILINX Zynq7000 SoC FPGA Development Board XC7Z010


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Zynq-7000 Entry-Level Development Board

Supports Python Development


    Techinal Support

    AX7010 Supporting Verilog HDL Demos and Docuemnts
    All Doucments Saved in Dropbox, after buy the board, email to get it.

    Course S1 Basic Tutorial
    01: Software Package Introduction and FPGA Board Inspection
    02: Introduction to ZYNQ
    03: Vivado development environment
    04: PL's "Hello World" LED experiment
    05: HDMI output experiment
    06: Experience ARM, bare metal output "Hello World"
    07: PS lights up the LED lights of the PL
    08: PS timer interrupt experiment
    09: PL key interrupt experiment
    10: Ethernet Experiment ( LWIP )
    11: Custom IP experiment
    12: Use VDMA to drive HDMI display

    13: Curing Programes
    14: Install Virtual Machine and Ubuntu System
    15: Ubuntu installs the Vivado software for Linux
    16: Petalinux tool installation
    17: NFS service software installation
    18: Customizing Linux with Petalinux
    19: Develop Linux programs using the SDK
    20: GPIO experiment under Linux
    21: HDMI display under Petalinux
    22: Use the Debian desktop system
    23: Making QSPIFlash boot Linux
    24: NFS service software installation

    Course S2 SDK Application Tutorial
    01. Experience ARM, bare metal output "Hello World"
    02: PS Timer Interrupt Experiment
    03: Use of PS end MIO
    04: Use of PS end EMIO
    05: Use of PL end AXI GPIO
    06: Ethernet Experiment
    07: Custom IP experiment
    08: PS side UART read and write control
    09: Use of XADC
    10: Use of Dual Core AMP
    11: Use of“Free RTOS”under ZYNQ
    12: PL read and write PS DDR data
    13: Realize PS and PL data interaction through BRAM
    14: Using VDMA to Drive HDMI Display
    15: DMA loop test
    16: Use of DMA-DAC waveform generator ( AN108 )
    17: Use of DMA-ADC oscilloscope ( AN108 )

    18: Use of DMA-ADC oscilloscope (AN9238)
    19: Use of DMA-ADC oscilloscope (AN706)
    20: Use the Scatter/Gather DMA Based on ADC Module ( AN108 )
    21: Use the Scatter/Gather DMA Based on DAC Module( AN9767 )
    22: OV5640 camera acquisition display (1)
    23: OV5640 camera acquisition display (2)
    24: Binocular camera Ethernet transmission
    25: SD card read and write operation BMP picture display
    26: SD card read and write operation camera capture
    27. Audio Module AN831 Recording and Playback
    28: Use of 7 inch LCD Module
    29: 7-inch Touch Screen GUI and Touch Control
    30: Ethernet Transmission ADC Acquisition Based on AN108 Module
    31: Ethernet Transmission ADC Acquisition Based on AN9238 Module
    32: Ethernet Transmission ADC Acquisition Based on AN706 Module
    33: Remote update QSPI Flash based on UDP / TCP

    Course S3 Linux Application Tutorial
    01: Install virtual machines and Ubuntu systems
    02: Install Linux version of Vivado software on Ubuntu
    03: PetaLinux Tool Installation
    04: NFS Services Software Installation
    05: Customizing Linux systems using PetaLinux
    06: Developing Linux programs using the SDK
    07: Developing Linux programs using the SDK
    08: HDMI display under PetaLinux
    09: Using Debian 8 desktop system

    10: Creating QSPL Flash to Start Linux
    11: QT application on ZYNQ
    12: OpenCV Application( USB Camera Display )
    13: Binocular Camera Module OpenCV Display
    14: Touch screen module application ( AN0701 )
    15: AXI DMA Read and Write Test
    16: DMA-based ADC Waveform Display ( AN706 )
    17: Autorun petalinux application
    18: Appendix - Linux Common Commands

    Course S4 PYNQ Tutorial
    01: PYNQ Introduction
    02: PYNQ Get Started Quickly
    03: Run PYNQ
    04: Amba file sharing
    05: Frequently asked question

    06: USB camera edge detection
    07: USB camera face recognition
    08: Custom Overlays based on register operations
    09: Custom Overlays Contained DMA Operations
    10: ADC acquisition and display the waveform

    Course S5 Linux Driver Tutorial
    01: Character Device
    02: A new way of writing character devices
    03: Device Tree and of Function
    04: Pinctrl and gpio subsystem
    05: Concurrent Processing
    06: Gpio input
    07: Timer
    08: Interrupt
    09: Blocking IO
    10: Non-Blocking IO
    11: Asynchronous IO
    12: Platform
    13: Platform and Device Tree

    14: MISC device driver
    15: Input subsystem
    16: Pwm Drive
    17: I2C Driver
    18: USB Driver
    19: SPI Drive
    20: Uart Driver
    21: Block Device Driver
    22: NIC driver
    23: DMA Driver
    24: Multi-touch screen driver
    25: LCD Drive

    Product Package

    AN831 Collection Package

    AN9767 Collection Package

    AN706 Collection Package

    AN9238 Collection Package

    Video package

    Luxury Package

    FPGA Board





    Binocular camera

    7-inch LCD

    Package supporting module, click to learn more



    Audio Module



    Dual-Channels DA Module



    8-Channels AD Module



    Dual-Channels AD Module


    Binocular Camera Module



    Capacitive LCD Screen

    Key Features

    ·FPGA Board


    Product Parameters

    Main Parameters

    FPGA Board


    FPGA Chip



    Dual-Core ARM Cortex-A9


    DDR3 512MB, 32bit Bus, Data Rate 1066Mbps

    Logic Cells


    Look-Up Tables ( LUTs )


    CLB Flip-Flops




    Block RAM


    PS MIO


    PL IO


    Interface and Function


    1 USB JTAG Interface Onboard, No Need to Purchase Xilinx Downloader Use USB Cable and Onboard JTAG, Debug and Download ZYNQ System

    Gigabit Ethernet

    10 / 100 / 1000M Adaptive Ethernet Interface with RJ-45 Interface Used for Data Exchange with Computers and Other Network Equipment


    HDMI Image and Video Input / Output Interface, Supports 1080@60Hz


    Used for Connect USB Peripherals such as Mouse, Keyboard and U-Disk


    Used for OTG Communication with PC or USB Device

    USB Uart

    Used for Serial Communication with PC or External Devices

    Real Time Clock

    RTC with a Battery Holder, The Battery Model is CR1220( Voltage 3V, buy it yourself )


    EEPROM 24LC04 with IIC Interface


    6 User LEDs, 2 Controlled by PS, 4 Controlled by PL


    7 Keys, 1 CPU Reset Key, 2 PS Control keys, 4 PL Control Keys

    Crystal Oscillator

    33.333Mhz,  Provide Stable Clock Source for the PS System
    50MHz, Provide Extra Clock for PL Logic

    TF Card Slot

    Insert Micro SD TF Card, Store Operating System Image and File System


    12-Pin Connectors ( 0.1 inch Pitch ), Expand the MIO of ZYNQ PS System

    Expansion Port

    Two 40-Pin Expansion Ports ( 0.1 inch Pitch ), Expand the IOs of ZYNQ PL Connect with 7 inch LCD Screen, Camera, AD / DA and Other Modules.

    Power Supply Parameters

    Voltage Input

    +5V DC

    Current Input

    Max. Current 2A

    Package List

    FPGA Board




    Mini USB Cable


    Card Reader


    5V Power Adapter


    Transparent Protection Board


    Structure Size

    Size Dimension

    5.12 inch x 3.54 inch

    Number of Layers

    8-Layer PCB, Reserved Independent Power Layer and GND Layer


    With a Super Combination of Memory DDR3

    Linux Operating System Dual-Core ARM Cortex-A9

    CPU Main Frequency 666MHz; RAM 512MB


    No Xilinx Downloader Required Plug in and Use, Reliable and Stable

    JTAG Debugging Directly Onboard USB JTAG Debug Interface

    Integrated Download and Debug Circuit Complete Functions and Fast Speed


    AI Intelligence / Industrial Automation

    Camera Acquisition System

    Intelligent Identification, Medical Security, Vehicle Digital, Industrial Control, Smart Grid


      Dual Lens Camera Module On-Board Demo

    The Binocular Camera Module AN5642 for Video Capture, and Displays it on the Monitor through the HDMI Interface of the ZYNQ Development Board. The ZYNQ Development Board Runs the Linux Operating System, and the Video Data is Displayed Using QT to Realize Binocular Display Simultaneously.

    Data Collection Display

    Signal Data Acquisition System

    AN9767 / AN706 Module On-Board Demo


    The Signal Source Output Signal is Connected to the AN9767 / AN706 Module, and is Displayed to the Monitor through the HDMI Interface of the ZYNQ Development Board. Run the Linux Operating System and use QT to Draw Waveform Data. The Whole Process Involves Data Transmission Between PL and PS, and Software Development under the Linux System.

    The warranty period of all products sold is 12 months, of which FPGA chips and LCD screens are wearing parts and are not covered by the warranty. All accessories and gifts are not covered under warranty.

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