Variscite's Launches Low-Power and Compact SoM Based on Freescale i.MX 6UltraLite

TEL AVIV, Israel -- Variscite once again sets a new market standard, introducing the DART-6UL, measuring only 25mm x 50mm. This highly flexible System-on-Module (SoM) is based on Freescale's i.MX 6UltraLite family and carries a 528MHz ARM Cortex-A7™ processor.

A versatile platform, the DART-6UL provides a variety of interfaces and connectivity options - all packaged at an optimized power, size and cost. This superior price/performance offering is ideal for fast emerging applications such as Internet-of-Things (IoT), as well as other portable and battery operated embedded systems.

The DART-6UL highly integrated connectivity includes a certified Wi-Fi, Bluetooth/BLE, dual Ethernet, dual USB, audio, display with touch panel and serial interfaces. In addition, the system supports industrial grade targeting embedded application requiring a wide temperature range.

The VAR-6ULCustomBoard carrier board complements an attractive full reference kit of the DART-6UL SoM, which can be used for customers' evaluation, development and end-product mass production.

DART-6UL key features include:
•Small size: 25mm x 50mm x 4mm
•Freescale i.MX 6UltraLite 528MHz ARM Cortex-A7 with optional security features
•Up to 512 MB DDR3L and 512 MB NAND / 32 GB eMMC
•Certified Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
•Bluetooth 4.1/BLE
•Dual 10/100Mbps Ethernet
•2D Pixel acceleration engine
•Display: 24-bit parallel RGB up to WXGA
•Touch screen controller
•Dual USB 2.0 OTG (Host/Device)
•Audio In/Out
•Parallel camera input
•Industrial temperature grade
•OS: Linux Yocto

Availability and pricing:

The DART-6UL SoM and associated development kits are available now for order. Price starts at $27 USD for 1,000 units.

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