Technologic Systems has announced that their latest Computer-on-Module, the TS-4100, has entered into their engineering sampling program. The TS-4100 is the first Technologic Systems Computer-on-Module to with the NXP i.MX 6 UltraLite processor, featuring a single ARM Cortex A7 core, operating at speeds up to 695 MHz. The NXP i.MX 6UL processors offer scalable performance and multimedia support, along with low power consumption. The board takes full advantage of the integrated power management module to optimize power sequencing throughout the board design. This enables it to achieve 300 mW typical power usage, making this COM well suited for embedded applications with strict power requirements. The TS-4100 is design for industrial embedded applications for medical, automotive, industrial automation, smart energy and more.
The TS-4100 can be paired with the TS-8551 development baseboard for development. The TS-8551 brings out all of the TS-4100 connectivity options for engineers to use in developing their custom applications. Additionally the TS-8551 includes the example circuit for the TS-SILO technology, an optional feature which will provide up to 30 seconds of reserve power in the event of a power failure. The TS-8551 can also be used as a reference design board for engineers creating an application specific custom design. Technologic Systems offers free schematic reviews for TS-4100 baseboard designs.
The TS-4100 starts at $157 in single units, with volume discounts reaching $119. The TS-8551-4100 Evaluation Kit is also available now and includes the TS-8551 development board along with all of the accessories needed to start development.
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