What is Kintex 7 410T

Kintex 7 is a class of Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) optimized for maximum performance and power balance. In this article, you will learn more about the capabilities, product advantages and technical components.

What is Kintex 7 410T?

It is a Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) with over 400,000 logic cells and up to 500 I/O pins. Digital circuit consumers prefer working with this board when they have devices that require a balance between power usage and cost-effectiveness.

Technical Components of the Kintex 7 410T

The technical properties of the Kintex 7 410T include logic cells, Input and Output (I/O) pins, and DSP slices.

Below is a tabular representation of the different values making up these technical components:

Technical PropertiesDescription/Value
I/O Pins500
Number of DSP Slices1,540
Number of Logic Cells406,720
Number of GTX Transceivers16
Memory Specifications28,620

Product Advantages of the Kintex 7 410T

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If you are working with the Kintex 7 410T, you will get access to much more than power balance. You will also save costs in the long-run and enjoy improved device performance.

These are some of the product advantages of the Kintex 7 410T:

1. Mainstream Integrations

Adding or integrating the Kintex 7 410T into real-world solutions or applications is simpler because of the support for core standards. The board supports the following standards:

  • 10 Gigabit Ethernet
  • PCIe Gen3

2. Scalable Logic Fabric

Scalability is one of the core features of the Kintex 7 FPGA family. The Kintex 7 410T inherits the same, hence, the optimization for the highest performance possible.

By default, Kintex 7 FPGAs have a scalable logic fabric enhanced by the four (4) additional flip-flops that can be configured as latches and carry-chain logic. The architecture also includes a set of Configurable Logic Blocks (CLBs), comprising four flip-flops, four 6-input Look-Up Tables (LUTs) and two slices.

3. Memory Interface

The Kintex 7 410T works with both embedded memory and memory interface. The memory interface refers to the memory architecture that bolsters the overall performance of the system. Included here are the read/write bandwidth.

The memory interface also has a role to play in the speed of the device. It is evident in the mid speed grade of the Kintex 7 410T, which is derived from the advancements made in the device’s clocking technology. These advances help in the delivery of up to 1,866 Megabytes per Second (Mbps) data rates.

The memory interface of the FPGA can also be leveraged to strike a connection between the device and other devices. In that essence, the combination of the flexible controller and Physical Layer (PHY) helps to establish a connection between the Kintex 7 410T and both the DDR2 SDRAM and DDR3 configurable devices.

4. Embedded Memory

Kintex 7 410T’s embedded memory is feasible for mid-range devices and can deliver up to 34 Megabyte per logic cell of 477,000.

The embedded memory also enables the write 8-bit portions of incoming data and this helps in creating an interface between the Kintex 7 410T and the microprocessors.


Kintex 7 410T is a highly-configurable FPGA that has been optimized for the highest performance with several configurable elements attached therein. Need the services of a professional digital circuit designer to design the board for you? Contact RayPCB and get a quotation today!

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