SBC Enlists An Armada

Technologic Systems’ latest single-board computer (SBC), the TS-7800-V2, is based on the Marvell Armada 385 ARM Cortex A9 dual core CPU and is viable as a drop-in replacement for the company’s TS-7800.  The TS-7800-V2 is offered as a high-end, general-purpose SBC for smart devices, auto entertainment systems, medical systems, enterprise class intelligent control, plant automation, or any industrial embedded systems.


Specs include:

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  • Processor: Marvell Armada 385 Dual Core 1.3GHz ARM CPU
  • RAM: 1-GB RAM
  • Flash: 4-GB MLC eMMC, which can be configured to a more robust 2GB SLC eMMC
  • Gigabit Ethernet
  • Optional Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.0 BLE module
  • Full size SD socket
  • microSD socket
  • 2X SATA port
  • Optional mSATA socket
  • 2x USB 3.0 host ports
  • 1x USB device port for console
  • 10x Serial/COM port
  • 2x RS-485 or optional 1x full duplex RS-485/RS-422 port
  • CAN Bus
  • SPI Bus
  • I2C Bus
  • 110x GPIO
  • FPGA: 20k LUT Cyclone FPGA (145 various I/O pins)
  • Power: 5 VDC with optional daughter card for 8V-28V support
  • Operating Temperature — Fanless industrial range of -40 to 85°C
  • Dimensions: 97 mm x 119mm
  • Operating system: Debian Linux 

A variety of additional functionality is available through a series of PC/104 daughter cards. Pricing for the TS-7800-V2 starts at $279 in single units, with volume discounts reaching $229 each.  For more information, checkout a datasheet.


Technologic Systems, Inc.

Fountain Hills, AZ


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