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Android Single Board Computer (SBC) With Multiple Peripherals Plus GPS, Gyro, Accelerometer

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SKATE-212 : SBC BASED ON QUALCOMM® SNAPDRAGON™ 212

Kaynes Technology India, an EMS and embedded design services company specializing in ARM Core CPU based designs, announced the launch of SKATE-212 - a Single Board Computer (SBC) based on Qualcomm Snapdragon 212 processor, a product of Qualcomm Technologies Inc.

SKATE-212 SBC is a 90mm x 70mm development kit and the board features On-Board peripherals like, Wi-Fi & BT, GPS, HDMI, Audio, Mic, 8MP/ 2MP MIPI Camera Interface, Micro SD, Ethernet, USB Host & Client, 8GB LPDRR3 eMCP chip (expandable), Gyro, Accelerometer, Compass & Magneto sensors and it is available with preloaded Android 7.0 Nougat / Linux (On Request).

The operating temperature of this Snapdragon 212 SBC is -30° to +85° Celsius. Industry standard I/O’s (40 Pin) help to create an environment for a variety of Android applications including digital signage, industrial automation and video conferencing. The Snapdragon 212 houses a Qualcomm Hexagon DSP and a Qualcomm Adreno 304 GPU for robust graphics processing. Security features include Qualcomm Trusted Execution Environment.

Features

  • 1.3 GHz Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ CPU
  • Inbuilt Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS
  • Supports 8MP & 2MP MIPI camera
  • On board Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Magnetometer and Compass
  • Secured boot through TrustZone®
  • Form factor – 90mm x 70mm
  • Operating Systems – Android (Nougat), Linux (On Request)

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