SMARC 2.0 Computer-On-Module Based On NXP i.MX 8M Nano Processor Series
congatec, a vendor of standard and customized embedded computer boards and modules, introduced its SMARC 2.0 Computer-on-Module utilizing an ARM Cortex-A53based NXP i.MX 8M Nano processor. The conga-SMX8-Nano represents a low-end performance class for SMARC. With its graphics capacities as well as its decreased number of I/Os, the NXP i.MX 8M Mini compatible NXP i.MX 8M Nano processor is very well suitable for low-cost applications in areas of vendor-independent, standardized Computer-on-Modules. Only up to 2 Watts are necessitated for the logic of a mobile handheld device. Engineers may also turn a complex medical user interface with various mechanical buttons into a touch-based and GUI or add interactive screens to industrial devices.
Using the ecosystem of SMARC Computer-on-Modules, engineers now have extended choices to use components, standardized APIs, and comprehensive BSPs. Typical application areas are GUIs for edge devices, which may include voice assistance and voice control.
Vertical markets include wireless and networked medical and industrial equipment as well as home appliances and electronics, digital signage systems, and mobile or outdoor devices, including smart city infrastructures.
- SMARC 2.0 Module based on NXP i.MX 8M Nano
- Provides cost-effective integration for high volume
- Up to 4x ARM® Cortex-A53 + 1x ARM® Cortex-M7
- 3D GPU with OpenGL ES 3.1
- Pin-compatible and scalable to the i.MX 8M Mini
- Extended longevity up to 15 years
Open1768 - LPC1768 ARM Cortex M3 Development Board
The Open1768 is an ARM Cortex-M3 development board that features an LPC1768 device as the microcontroller. It supports further expansion with various optional accessory boards for specific applications. The modular and open design makes it the ideal for starting application development with the ARM Cortex-M3 microcontroller.
This ARM Cortex-M3 development board, designed for NXP LPC series, features the LPC1768 MCU and integrates various standard interfaces supporting simple peripheral expansions.