PicoCOMA9X

Computer on Module with NXP i.MX 6SoloX Processor

 

 Characteristics

  • NXP i.MX 6SoloX applications processor
  • Cortex®-A9 – 1GHz und Cortex®-M4 -200MHz
  • bis zu 1GB Flash, 512MB DDR3 RAM, 32GB eMMC
  • LCD interface for TFT up to XGA resolution
  • 1x (2x opt.) Ethernet 10/ 100MBit
  • 2x Seriell (opt. 3x RS232/ RS485 with 3,3V levels)
  • 1x USB 2.0 Host
  • 1x USB 2.0 Device
  • 1x CAN 2.0 (2x opt.), 1x I2C, 1x SPI
  • 1x SD Card Slot (extern)
  • Audio (Line In/ Out)
  • Resistive Touch Controller
  • WEC 2013/ WEC7/ Linux
  • 3,3V Low Power Design (2W typ.)
Description
 
PicoCOMA9X is another compact and high-performance module in PicoCOM form factor. The PicoCOM form factor is perfectly suited for applications in medicine and industry with a compact design. PicoCOM has a size of 40 x 50mm only and fits even into a top-hat rail housing.
PicoCOMA9X is based on a NXP single-core applications processor from the very successful i.MX 6 series and has a Cortex-A9 core,as well as a Cortex-M4 core.
NEON, FPU and OpenGL are available, ensuring software compatibility to other i.MX 6 application processors.
SoloX is the second processor in NXP’s portfolio which supports Asymmetric Multiprocessing. Both cores (A9+M4) are connected to the internal bus fabric and have the possibility to access all peripherals.
In addition to Vybrid, SoloX comes with Resource Domain Controller which makes it easier to protect memory or other peripherals from each other.
Compared to other i.MX 6 application processors, SoloX offers much more bandwidth on the 2 GBit LAN interfaces. Another characteristic is the long-time availability to at least 2025. All common TFTs up to XGA (1024×768) pixels can be controlled.
 
On-Board Operating System
 
The customized WEC 2013/WEC7 (Bootloader, Kernel, interface drivers, Silverlight, Mediaplayer, IE) is a real-time operating system. Together with Compact Framework it is ideal for software development.
 
The F&S Linux BSP (uboot, Yocto, QT, GStreamer) contains the customized kernel and all interface drivers, including source.
A Cross Compiler Toolchain is offered to create own bootloaders, kernels or other software.
Android is available as well.
 
Starterkit
 
PicoCOMA9X-SKIT is available in a WEC 2013 (WEC7 can be installed subsequently) and a Linux version. The SKIT includes a base board with plugged on
PicoCOMA9X, a cable kit, access data to the download section (documentation and software) and 7“ WVGA display with 4-wire touch panel.
Our forum with 2000+ registered customers offers example programs and it is always online for your support requests.
For a fast and easy start of development, you also have the possibility to book a workshop.
 
 
 
 

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