Summary

Versal AI Edge Series Data Sheet: DC and AC Switching Characteristics (DS958)

Document ID
DS958
Release Date
2024-05-30
Revision
1.8 English

The AMD Versalâ„¢ AI Edge devices are available in -2 (highest performance) and -1 speed grades. The -2 devices can operate at a VCCINT voltage of 0.88V (H), 0.80V (M), or depending upon the speed grade 0.70V (L) or 0.725V (L). The commercial grade (XC) -1 devices can operate at a VCCINT voltage of 0.80V (M) or 0.70V (L). The automotive grade (XA) -1 devices operate at a VCCINT voltage of 0.725V (L). Primary supply operating voltages typically scale with VCCINT for both XC and XA devices, except for supported overdrive of the VCC_PMC, VCC_PSFP, VCC_PSLP, and VCC_CPM5 at 0.88V (H) when VCCINT and other primary supplies operate at 0.80V (M) or 0.70V (L) for XC devices and 0.725V (L) for XA devices. Similar to speed grades, a higher operating voltage typically has higher performance specifications. All devices are screened for standard (S) or low (L) maximum static power. See the Versal Architecture and Product Data Sheet: Overview (DS950) for available XC device ordering options. See the Versal XA Adaptive SoC Product Data Sheet: Overview (DS951) for available XA device ordering options.

DC and AC characteristics are specified in extended (E) and industrial (I) temperature ranges. Except the operating temperature range or unless otherwise noted, all the DC and AC electrical parameters are the same for a particular speed grade and operating voltage (that is, the timing characteristics of a -1 speed grade extended (E) temperature range device operating at a VCCINT voltage of 0.80V (M) are the same as for a -1 speed grade industrial (I) temperature range device operating at a VCCINT voltage of 0.80V (M)). However, only selected speed grades, operating voltages, maximum static power screens, and/or devices are available in each temperature range.

All supply voltage and junction temperature specifications are representative of worst-case conditions. The parameters included are common to popular designs and typical applications.

This data sheet, part of an overall set of documentation on the Versal adaptive SoCs, is available on the AMD website at https://www.amd.com/versal.