iWave Systems, an embedded systems company based in Bangalore, India, has launched Qseven Modules powered by Freescale i.MX 6Quad (quad-core Cortex A9 processor), i.MX 6Duo (dual -core) and i.MX6 Solo.
The Rainbow-G15M-Q7 modules are compliant with Qseven specification R1.20 and target the Industrial, Automotive and Medical markets.
Here are the modules specifications:
- CPU: Freescale i.MX6 Cortex A9 Q/D/S core @ 1 GHz
- 1GB DDR3 SDRAM– Expandable to 4GB
- Optional 8GB eMMC Flash
- On-Board Micro SD slot
- Qseven Edge Connector :
- PCIe v2.0
- HDMI 1.4
- SATA 3.0
- Gigabit Ethernet
- Dual LVDS LCD Support
- 4 x USB 2.0 Host | 1x USB 2.0 device
- AC97 Audio
- 8-Bit SD/MMC
- CAN1, SPI & I2C ports
- Debug Port
- Expansion Connector:
- 2x Camera CSI
- MIPI CSI & DSI
- 24 Bit RGB LCD IF
- Triple UART
- 4×4 Key Matrix
- ESAI (Embedded Software Application Interface) , SPDIF
- MLB (Media Local Bus), CAN2
- I2C, PWM, GPIO, Memory bus
- Form factor: Qseven R1.20 compatible
- Temperature: 0 to 70°C
- Power Input: 5V, 1A Typical
- OS support: Linux 2.6.38, WEC7 and Android 4.0
You can watch a demo of the Module and Q7 Carrier board running Android 4.0 in the video below.
The board will be available in April. You’ll also need a generic Q7 carrier board (Nano ITX form factor) to plug the module in. You can get more information on iWave Systems Rainbow-G15M-Q7 page. The company did not publicly disclose the price, and you need to contact them to get a quote.
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