SBC in PicoITX Form Factor with NXP i.MX 8M Processor
|CPU||NXP i.MX 8M|
|Core||ARM Cortex-A53 + Cortex-M4|
|No of Cores||Dual/ Quad|
|Video Decode||MPEG2, MPEG4p2 H 263 up to 4Kp60|
|Flash||max. 1GB SLC NAND
max. 32GB eMMC
|RAM||max. 8GB LPDDR4|
|Ethernet||1x 10/100/1000 Mbit|
|USB Device||1x OTG|
(1x RS232, 2x TTL)
|Digital I/O||max. 32|
|Touch Panel||analog reistive and PCAP Touch ext. via I2C|
|PCIe||1x with SIM Card Slot|
|additional Interfaces||BT 2.1+EDR, 4.1 LE|
|Supply Voltage||5V DC/±5%|
|Operating Temperature||0°C - +70°C
opt. -20°C - +85°C
|Long Term Availability||2028|
Yocto and Buildroot
The Linux BSP contains the Linux Kernel (4.9.x), U-Boot (2017.03), Yocto (2.2) or Buildroot envirnment, examples and comprehensive documentation of hardware and software. This makes it possible to create an own customized Linux environment that is optimally taylored for the specific customer application. Configurations for standard cases (minimal, X11, Qt5, Wayland/Weston, Framebuffer) make the start of an own configuration as easy as possible. The BSP release also includes precompiled binary images that can directly be downloaded to the board. Starterkits have these images already installed and just need power to boot up a working Linux environment with GUI and useful tools (busybox, alsa, gstreamer, X11, i2c/can utilities, etc.).
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|SBC....||...for Complex Tasks|
The advantage of Single Board Computers (SBC) is, that they can be applied without a base board, and therefore they are especially suited for quick "Time-To-Market".
armStone™MX8M is based on a NXP i.MX 8M applications processor with ARM Cortex-A53 and ARM Cortex-M4.
The advantage of this architecture is the strict isolation of real-time tasks – for example a control algorithm – from the rest of the system.
The NXP i.MX 8M processor provides industry-leading audio, voice and video processing for applications and is therefore suitable for a wide range of applications.
This powerful module in PicoITX form factor is especially suited for complex multimedia tasks in industrial and medical technology.
armStone™MX8M comes with up to 8GByte LPDDR4, up to 1GB SLC NAND Flash and up to 32GB eMMC.
Further interfaces of armStone™MX8M are WLAN (IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n), BT (2.1+EDR, 4.1 LE), Gigabit Ethernet, SD-Card, 4x USB Host, USB Device OTG, CAN, 3x Serial, 4x I²C, 2x SPI, Audio, MIPI-CSI Camera and PCIe with SIM Card slot.