We previously covered the $10 Industio IDO-SOM2D01 module based on SigmaStar SSD201 Cortex-A7 processor with 64MB RAM built-in, 128MB SPI NOR flash, and designed for full HD smart displays.
Today I learned Industio was the design team of system-on-module for Wireless Tag, and the latter is the only distributor of Industio branded products. The company also informed us about Industio IDO-SBC2D70 7-inch smart display based on the aforementioned SSD201 or SSD202 module and connected over Ethernet or WiFi.
Industio IDO-SBC2D70 smart display specifications:
- SoM – Industio IDO-SOM2D01 with
- SoC – SigmaStar SSD201/SSD202 dual-core Cortex-A7 processor @ 1.2 GHz with 2D GPU, 64MB DDR2 (SSD201) or 128MB DDR3 (SSD202)
- Storage – 128MB SPI NAND flash (option up to 512MB)
- Video Decoder – H.264/H.265 up to 1920×1080 @ 60 fps
- Dimensions – 2.95 x 2.95 cm
- Storge – MicroSD card socket (SDIO 2.0)
- Display – 1024 x 600 IPS RGB module by default (supports up to 1920 x 1080 @ 60 Hz) with capacitive and resistive touchscreen connectors
- Audio – PH-4 connector for left and right channel speaker, DMIC connector
- 10/100M Ethernet (RJ45)
- WIFi via SSW101B module with up to 500m line-of-sight range (But the photo below shows an “ESP32 programming port”
- SIM card slot (maybe to be used with as optional soldered on 4G LTE module)
- USB – 1x USB 2.0 USB Type-A port
- Serial ports – 1x DEBUG (PM_UART), 1x RS232, 1x RS485
- Expansion – 4x GPIO
- Misc – RTC and CR1220 coin-cell battery
- Power Input
- USB TYPE-C power supply by default
- Optional 4.5~30V DC @ 1A
- Dimensions – PCBA: 122mm x 73mm
- Temperature range – Operating: -10~70°C; storage: -20~85°C
The very little information about software, except the board/display runs Linux. We obtained the information from Wireless Tag by email, so there’s no product page yet, but I can see the smart display is sold on Aliexpress for $91.19 plus shipping, probably in the default configuration. Wireless Tag also sells the module only on Alibaba for just $7.90 to $8.80.
The Aliexpress shop has some interesting details about support:
For the development board, core board and chip related information, please contact customer service directly! Except for the chip SDKHDK, which needs to sign an NDA, other information can be opened!
That probably means the Linux SDK and resources related to the hardware development kit from SigmaStar both require users to sign an NDA. Alternatively, linux-chenxing website gathers information and public Github repos with SigmaStar source code.
Jean-Luc started CNX Software in 2010 as a part-time endeavor, before quitting his job as a software engineering manager, and starting to write daily news, and reviews full time later in 2011.