The Computer on Module (COM) integrates i.MX6 ARM® Cortex® A9 processor, DDR3 memory, Gigabit Ethernet and power management on compact PCB measuring 38x38mm only and simultaneously makes available all other processor interfaces on three 100-pins connectors.
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Yocto Project open source Linux OS includes driver support for all peripherals integrated on the module.
Schematic of the iMX6 TinyRex module in pdf format and complete Altium Designer project documentation of the iMX6 TinyRex Base Board Lite are available on a USB stick with each complete development kit or it can be bought separately.
If user places ADV7610 (HDMI receiver chip) on his baseboard and connects its outputs to module 20-bit parallel video input CSI0 then allows module processing of HDMI video for example from popular GoPro camera.
The modules are available in 4 standard configurations- Max, Pro, Basic and Lite for operating temperature range 0°C to +70°C. Module can be further customized to exactly match customer requirements for price, performance and operating temperature range.
• Linux 3.14 Yocto (preinstalled on microSD card), other OS upon request
20-bit parallel LCD display (up to WXGA 1366×768) or 1x Video Input (CSI)
DSI MIPI differential display output (up to XVGA 1024×768)
20-bit parallel video input CSI0 (up to 8192×4096)
MIPI differential camera input
NAND Flash or 1x MMC (8bit)
SD (2x 4bit or optional 4 & 8bit)
High-Speed USB 2.0, High-Speed USB OTG
UART, I2C, SPI, CAN, Digital audio, GPIO and PWM
1000Mbit RGMII interface
System signals: Reset In/Out, Boot mode, Power ok
LED: User, Power
JTAG on test points
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