Pico-ITX single board computer features Freescale’s Vybrid CortexA5 and CortexM4 cores

February 27, 2013 // By Julien Happich
The armStoneA5 Pico-ITX single board computer from Data Modul features Freescale's Vybrid CortexA5 and CortexM4 cores running at 500MHz and 167MHz, respectively.

The Board ships with a pre-installed operating system to choose from WCE6.0/ WEC7 and Linux. The bootloader, as well as SDK, BSP and finished kernel can be used immediately. Features like 2D acceleration and Window-Layer, FPU, NEON, as well as Open VG are supported too. In addition the board offers interfaces like USB Host/Device, LAN, RS232, CAN, SPI, I2C and audio. Furthermore a LVDS/RGB TLL interface and a touch panel interface are available. A power consumption of only a few watts makes it possible to run armStoneA5 without a fan or cooling element. The board requires a +5VDC power supply and an optional wide range DC input from +8V to +14VDC. The armStoneA5 comes with a long-term availability of 10 years with a strict revision control.

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