NXP i.MX6 Single-Board Computer With Multiple Serial I/O Including Two CAN Bus Ports
E.E.P.D. (Germany) introduced their Profive Nuca board featuring the NXP i.MX6 micro-controller. It is suitable for rugged industrial control and medical electronics. The product with no rotating parts is also a great choice for automotive solutions, where the power supply complies with the corresponding specifications. Besides the CAN connectivity, the ARM-based host controller provides up to seven USB ports, up to two Gigabit Ethernet interfaces, two serial links, and connectors for HDMI and LVDS. The 800-MHz processor runs a Linux operating system. The memory can be extended by means of SD cards; two sockets are available. The product measures 10 cm by 10 cm ( 4 inches x 4 inches).
The company established in 1988 develops and produces single-board computers in Germany. Headquartered close to Munich, it has its own SMT production line.
Many other members of the Profive family feature CAN connectivity as well. For example, the G95 board, which is based on an Intel processor running Windows or Linux operating systems, comes with two CAN Bus ports.
- NXP i.MX6 processor series
- up to 2GB DDR3L soldered memory onboard
- 2 Dual-USB 3.0, up to 7 USB 2.0
- 2 Gigabit Ethernet Ports (according to datasheet)
- 1 PCI Express® Mini Card interface with SIM-card slot
- up to 2 MicroSD-card slots
- 1 M.2 2242 Key M for SSD
- 1 RS-232/485 Port
- 1 UART TTL Port
- 2 CAN Ports
- 1 HDMI-Connector
- 1 24-bit dual channel LVDS-Connector
- 1 Feature-Connector: SPI, PWM, I2C
- MIC in, Headphone out
- min. 8 V to max. 32 V supply voltage range
- Max. operating temperature from -40°C to +85 °C ambient temperatur
- Max. storage temperature from -40°C to +105°C
- Max. rel. humidity: 95% @ 40°C, not-condensing
- Size 101,6 mm x 101,6 mm
- OS support Linux Yocto Project 2.0 w, Android 6.0
- Design, Production and Support “Made in Germany"
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