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Cortex-A15/ Cortex-A7 Development Board With Two CAN Bus Ports

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Virtualization-capable octa-core Cortex-A15/ Cortex-A7 module (SOM/COM) including powerful 3D graphics, USB3.0, GbE, camera and CAN.

Emtrion (Germany) has released their Emcon-RZ/G1H board suitable for multi-media developments. It is powered by a multi-core Cortex by Renesas. The development board based on the R8A7742 processor features multiple multi-media interfaces including Sata II, USB 3.0, camera, LVDS, 3D graphics, and Ethernet. Additionally, the product provides two CAN ports. The multi-core processor comprises of a quad-core Cortex A15 and a quad-core Cortex A7 module. The supplier will be showing this product at the Embedded World 2018 (Hall 4A, Booth 101), which offers Linux, Windows Embedded, Windows 10 (IoT), QNX, FreeRTOS, and Android software support by means of board support packages (BSP).

Key features:

  • Renesas processor R8A7742
  • Quad-core ARM Cortex-A15 and Quad-core Cortex-A7
  • 4x 1,5GHz and 4x 780MHz clock speed
  • powerful 3D graphics
  • interfaces include: USB3.0, PCIe, 2x Ethernet (1x GbE), 2x CAN, SATA II, camera, LCD interface (LVDS, RGB)
  • EtherCAT, PROFINET, CANopen optionally available
  • industrielles Modul (COM/ SOM) ), also available in extended temperature range
  • 1GB to 2GB RAM and 4GB to 64GB NAND flash (eMMC)
  • scalable and long-term available
  • Virtualization, Security and Fastboot optionally available
  • IOT capable

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