RISC SBC with ARM-Based Cortex-A8 Series Processor

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A new RISC-based Single Board Computer uses the latest Texas Instruments OMAP35 Series Processor. The PCM-C3500 from Advantech has a CortexA8-based TI OMAP35 600 MHz high-performance/application processor with mobile DDR. It supports OpenGL ES 1.1 & 2.0, OpenVG 1.0 and Direct 3D. The PCM-C3500 video also supports D1 resolution directly. Advantech PCM-C3500 series units are designed for low power consumption around 2W (3W maximum). These heatsink-free designs are suitable for various low-power applications in industrial control, HMI/kiosk, medical and portable applications.

In addition to supporting Windows Embedded CE 6.0, Embedded Linux 2.6 and Android (on a project-by-project basis), the PCM-C3500 Series supports Advantech’s SUSIAccess, a set of software APIs that reduce project development effort, enhance hardware platform reliability, and shorten time-to-market. SUSIAccess also provides an easy upgrade path as functions are continuously added and improved.

The off-the-shelf evaluation kit provides a complete design environment with full technical documentation. In addition to the OS-ready platform, Advantech provides an application-oriented support package, complete with testing and evaluation capabilities, which minimizes development effort. The evaluation kit includes: the OS-ready, RISC-based COM/SBC; the LCD kit (with LCD, touchscreen, etc.); test cables; power adaptor and accessory package; and a CD-ROM (with system upgrade/maintenance utilities, SDK, system test utility, user manual and COM design guide).

Advantech, Irvine, CA. (949) 789-7178.