The CPU-162-14 is a high-performance COM Express module based on the Intel Core i7 Processor. The COM is designed to work in harsh environments. It includes features to provide extra resilience to vibrations, making it well suited for transportation applications.
The CPU-162-14 includes extended temperature versions for –40°-to-85° operation; direct-mounted RAM and a CPU to withstand stress and vibration; up to 8 GB double data rate type three synchronous dynamic RAM (DDR3 SDRAM); and three video ports including video graphics array (VGA), Intel’s Serial Digital Video Out (SDVO), and low-voltage differential signaling (LVDS).
The PDI Model LV5 and PE5 Series of oscillators provide precision timing in a 3.2-mm × 5-mm ceramic hermetically sealed package. The LV5 is a low-voltage differential signaling (LVDS) ocsillator. The PE5 is a PECL oscillator.
These high-performance clock oscillators offer low integrated phase jitter (0.2 pS for the LV5 and 0.3 pS for the PE5). They are available in frequencies up to 200 MHz and feature a –40°C to 85°C industrial temperature range. Stabilities can be held down to ±25 ppm (depending on temperature range).
The M-5360A is an application-ready solution for multimedia and machine-to-machine (M2M) applications. The credit card-size System on Module (SOM) is powered by a Freescale 800-MHz i.MX537 ARM Cortex A8 processor with 1-GB DDR3 RAM and 4-GB eMMC flash.
The M-5360A features two independent low-voltage differential signaling (LVDS) channels for dual LCDs and one VGA port for external monitor connection. The i.MX537’s multimedia and graphic engine supports OpenGLE 2.0, OpenVG 1.1 graphics acceleration, and 1080P video decoding.
The M-5360A also provides powerful communication functionality (e.g., Ethernet, RS-232, RS-485, CAN 2.0, 1-Wire, and USB). This makes the SOM suitable for multimedia applications as well as embedded networking devices.
The M-5360A uses 128-pin 2-mm pin headers, which simplifies application board design. The SOM includes a preinstalled Ubuntu OS. Android and Windows CE are available by request. In addition to the hardware building blocks, software utility and device drivers are available for user applications.