iWave Systems, an embedded systems company based in Bangalore, India, has unveiled new Qseven Modules powered by Texas Instruments Sitara AM389x/DM816x ARM Cortex-A8 microprocessor clocked up to 1.5 GHz. Rainbow-G12M-Q7 modules target applications such as Single-Board computers, network and communication processing, industrial automation, human machine interface (HMI), medical electronic devices, video surveillance systems and interactive Point-of-Service (PoS) kiosks.
Here are the modules specifications:
- CPU – TI AM389x/DM8168 ARM Cortex-A8 based Sitara Processor operating up to 1.5 GHz
- 1GB DDR3 SDRAM
- 128 MB NAND Flash
- On-Board Micro SD slot
- 230-pin Qseven Edge Connector:
- 1x PCIe v2.0
- 1x HDMI 1.3
- 2x SATA
- LVDS channel
- 1 x USB 2.0 Host | 1x USB 2.0 device
- I2S Port
- SPI & I2C ports
- Expansion Connector:
- Gigabit Ethernet
- HD Video IN/OUT Ports
- Analog Video OUT
- Audio IN/OUT ports
- UART, GPIOs
- Form factor – Qseven R1.20 compatible (70mm x 70mm)
- Temperature Range – 0 to 70°C
- Power Input – 5V / 2A
The company provides a BSP for Linux 2.6.37, and works on supporting Android 2.2 for the platform.Development can be performed on RainboW-G12D-Q7 AM389x/DM8168 Q7 Development Platform which includes the aforementioned module as well as iWave Systems generic Q7 compatible (Nano-ITX) development board.
I could not find availability nor pricing information for this Qseven module. For further details, you can check RainboW-G12M-Q7 (AM3894) user manual, or simply visit RainboW-G12M-Q7 page.
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