Enclustra FPGA Solutions | Before Use Instructions |

Before Use Instructions

Dear customer,

This document aims to show you all the resources we have at your disposal for the development of your application on the FPGA SOM in your hands. These resources will be found on “download.enclustra.com” freely accessible to you.

Our aim is to reduce your development effort, reducing your time to market and accelerating your development significantly. We provide you with extensive documentation, such as a reference design where you already get a basic framework with configuration of the interfaces such as Ethernet, USB, PCIe, etc., the processor configuration, boot options etc.

You will also find extensive user manuals, user schematics, pre made Linux environments and more to support the design of your own customised.

In summary, the documentation provided to you is the following:

  • Reference Design: It provides an overview of the FPGA System on Module reference design and then guides the user through the complete FPGA design in the getting started section. In addition, the internals and the boot options of the FPGA module reference design are described.
  • User Manual: Which gives the user an overview of their FPGA System on Module followed by a detailed description of its features and configuration options.
  • User Schematics: This document provides drawings that define the logical connections between the components on the FPGA System on Module and the module connectors.
  • Master Pinout: This document allows you to check side by side the compatibility of each pin across different Enclustra FPGA Modules and Baseboards, to avoid manually having to check each pin across schematics.
  • Footprints: Specifies the physical dimensions, layout, and pin arrangements of the Enclustra Module. It’s aim is to allow you to accurately place and route components during the PCB design process.
  • Enclustra Build Environment (EBE): The EBE provides a software environment and toolset specifically designed to support the development and customization of embedded Linux systems, such as U-Boot, Linux Kernel, Buildroot, etc.
  • 3D Model: A 3D Model of the FPGA highlighting module geometry, component placement, connector details, mounting features, etc.

These are some of the documents we provide you on download.enclustra.com to help accelerate your design, we’ve already put in the work, make use of it!

For more information do not hesitate to reach out to sales@enclustra.com

Kind regards,
Your Enclustra Team