Ka-Ro TXSD — computer in the form of a SO-DIMMs

The company Ka-Ro introduced the compute module TXSD, the basis of which was a single-chip system Qualcomm Snapdragon 410e. Module for embedded systems is made in the size TXCOM (SO-DIMM, 67,6 x 26 x 4 mm).

The modules of this size the company Ka-Ro releases since 2001, having shipped more than a million different models. According to the manufacturer, the concept of modular embedded systems TX Family has proved itself in industrial electronics, automotive test equipment, medical devices.

Module TXSD designed based on industrial applications. It is equipped with LVDS output for display connection, thereby eliminating the need for transmitters MIPI-LVDS. Another advantage TXSD named extended range of operating temperatures (from -25°C to 85°C) and passive cooling. The module is designed for a supply voltage of 5 V.

Module configuration includes the 64-bit Quad-core CPU ARM Cortex-A53, running at 1.2 GHz, GPU Qualcomm Adreno 306, 1 GB of RAM LPDDR3 and 4 GB of flash memory eMMC, which can be configured to operate in a highly reliable mode pseudoSLC (the volume is reduced to 2 GB). In addition, there is wireless 802.11 b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.0, interfaces, MIPI, UART, SPI, I2C and GPIO, and SD card support. Works as a miniature computer running a proprietary varieties of Linux.

Source: Ka-Ro

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