Powerful i.MX6 SBC Debuts At Sensors Expo

Technologic Systems, an Arizona based embedded computing company, has announced the introduction of its newest industrial single board computer, the TS-7970. The TS-7970 takes full advantage of the powerful features of i.MX6 NXP CPU based on the ARM Cortex A9 core. The TS-7970 is ideally suited for deployment into a wide range of cost-sensitive and robust industrial applications and is truly a high end general purpose single board computer ideal for smart devices, auto entertainment systems, medical systems, enterprise class intelligent control, plant automation, or any high-end embedded systems.

 

The TS-7970 offers outstanding computing power with very low power consumption. The TS-7970 features a power consumption of only 3 watts (typical), and fanless operation over the full industrial temperature range (-40° to +85°C). Offered standard with 4GB of eMMC, and up to 2GB of RAM there is plenty of memory for most applications, but for those applications where there is never enough storage the TS-7970 offers an mSATA socket for upgrades. There is abundant I/O and excellent connectivity with Gigabit Ethernet, USB Host, USB Device, RS-232 Serial/COM Ports, RS-485 Serial Port, SPI Bus, I2C Bus, CAN Bus, Modbus, WiFi 802.11b/g/n, and Bluetooth 4.0+EDR,. Also on-board is integrated HDMI and audio jacks to get the most out of the i.MX6 multimedia features.

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The TS-7970 also includes an FPGA on board for extending the feature set of the i.MX6 beyond what is offered by NXP. The FPGA includes a crossbar that allows the user to select the mode of the FPGA controlled I/O pins. The modes include UARTs, Digital I/O, interrupt requests, or passing through high speed IO from the CPU. The FPGA also adds an additional UART controller. Additionally Technologic Systems can develop custom FPGA solutions for individual applications which could include features like PWM, quadrature, or other custom I/O controllers.

 

The TS-7970 comes with a robust combination of development tools to facilitate quick customization for embedded product developers. Multiple operating systems are available including Debian Linux, Yocto Linux, Ubuntu Linux and QNX. The TS-7970 comes with a complete Board Support Package (BSP) as well access to online guides, schematics, source code, toolchains and binaries available for download from software repository. Additional software or application development can be supported through the Technologic Systems’ Partner Network. As with all of Technologic Systems products the TS-7970 includes extraordinary free hardware and software support from the engineering team out of the Fountain Hills, AZ offices and comes with a standard 1 year warranty and 10+ year lifecycle guarantee. Sensors Expo and Conference:

 

To find out more about the TS-7970 visit the Technologic Systems Booth 1635 at the Sensors Expo and Conference at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, CA from June 27-29th. Technologic Systems will also be showcasing other products, demonstrations and more information. Registration for Sensors Expo is now open.

 

Technologic Systems

Fountain Hills, AZ

http://www.embeddedARM.com  

(480) 837-5200

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