SolidRun ClearFog Base: modular router based on SoC Marvell Armada for enthusiasts

Company SolidRun continues to create a modular device based on a variety of platforms. This time presents a system ClearFog Base, which can become a basis for self-assembled router with the functions of a full-fledged online store. The finished device consists of housing, main Board with all connections and MicroSoM Board on which an integrated SoC and RAM.

As SoC 388 used Marvell Armada dual-core ARM Cortex A9 frequency up to 1.6 GHz. This chip is used in a full-fledged NAS, where the demand for it support PCI-e 2.0, Gigabit Ethernet, and SATA. But SolidRun ClearFog Base implements some of these features: there is one mPCIe slot, SFP connector, two Gigabit Ethernet ports and a slot M. 2 2242-enabled interfaces and SATA, USB 3.0, GNSS and 3G. On the main Board also has USB 3.0 ports and microUSB.

DDR3L RAM is 1 GB, as storage use the microSD card or optional eMMC 4 GB. Supported external power supply voltage of 9-32 V. the OS can be used with Linux-3.x, OpenWRT or Yocto. Price SolidRun ClearFog Base without housing starts at $90.

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