The tiny (68 x 26 mm) SODIMM module is pin-compatible with the company’s earlier TRITON-TX i.MX6 / i.MX8 module family, and currently support Linux and Windows 10 IoT Core, with a QNX 7.0 BSP in the works.
TRITON-TX8M SoM specifications:
- TRITON-TX8MM – NXP i.MX8M Mini Quad 4x Arm Cortex-A53 processor @ 1.6 GHz with real-time Cortex-M4F core, Vivante GC NanoUltra 3D GPU + GC320 2D GPU, 1080p VPU
- TRITON-TX8MN – NXP i.MX8M Nano Dual 2x Arm Cortex-A53 processor @ 1.4 GHz with real-time Cortex-M7 core, Vivante GC7000UL GPU with OpenGLES 3.0, OpenCL and Vulkan support
- System Memory – 512MB, 1GB, or 2GB RAM
- Storage – 4GB eMMC flash
- 200-pin SODIMM200 edge connector with
- Storage – 2x SD Card/SDIO
- Display – 4-lane MIPI DSI up to 1080p; Optional 10.1″ LCD with
1280 x 800 resolution supplied
- Camera – 1x MIPI CSI interface
- Networking – 10/100M Ethernet
- USB – Up to 2x USB OTG interfaces
- Up to 4x I2C, 4x UART (RS232), one-wire interface, 3x SPI, 1x PWM controller
- 2x SSP (synchronous serial /digital audio)
- TRITON-TX8MM only
- 1-lane PCIe
- Optional LVDS output version instead of MIPI DSI
- Debugging – 1x JTAG
- Misc – RTC
- Supply Voltage – 3.1 – 5.5V
- Dimensions – 68 x 26 mm; LVDS model: 68 x 28 mm
- Temperature Range – -25 to +85°C
Direct Insight offers 12-year longevity with guaranteed supply until 2031. The company also provides the Mainboard-7 or TX8MDK baseboard for evaluation and development.
The Mainboard-7 includes dual SD/MMC card sockets, 2x RS232, RS485, USB OTG & Host connectors, an Ethernet connector as well as LVDS display, while the TX8MDK carrier board is equipped with an integrated 10.1″ 1280 x 800 touch-screen display, a mini-PCIe socket, Ethernet, MIPI-CSI, a microSD slot as well as a 120-pin expansion header. Both kits include an audio codec
with a 3.5mm headphone jack.
Toolchains, Linux source code, and schematics for both carrier boards are provided to help customers get started with their own designs. The i.MX8M Mini Quad module ships pre-loaded with either Linux (Yocto Project-based) or Windows 10 IoT Core, but the i.MX 8M Nano Dual version currently only supports Linux. Eventually, all versions will support Linux, Win10 IoT core, and QNX 7.0.
The modules and development kits appear to be available now, but pricing is not public, so you’d have to request a quote to find out. You can do so on the product page.
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