If you have a Zynq board, you need a PYNQ SD card image to get started. You can download a pre-compiled PYNQ image from the table below. If an image is not available for your board, you can build your own SD card image (see details below).
Build a PYNQ SD card image
The following binary files can be used to build PYNQ for a custom board. See the PYNQ image build guide for details on building the PYNQ image.
Prebuilt board-agnostic root filesystem, and prebuilt source distribution binaries:
The PYNQ-Z2 board from TUL is the recommended board for getting started with PYNQ. The PYNQ-Z2 is a low-cost Zynq 7000 development board suitable for beginner and more advanced projects. It has many features and interfaces that are useful for trying out the capabilities of the PYNQ framework.