System on Module uses TI AM62x processor

System on Module uses TI AM62x processor

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By Nick Flaherty

Variscite in Israel has launched a system on module using the AM62x processor from Texas Instruments.

The $33 VAR-SOM-AM62 module runs on 1.4 GHz Quad-core Cortex-A53 with 400MHz Cortex-M4F and additional 333 MHz PRU real-time co-processors. It offers camera interfaces MIPI-CSI2, integrated 3D GPU along with dual LVDS display. The advanced feature set complements rich connectivity with certified dual-band Wi-Fi, BT/BLE 5.2, 3x CAN bus, dual USB, dual GbE and and supports industrial operating temperatures.

The SoM is a member of Variscite’s Pin2Pin product family, allowing developers to use the same carrier board design for a wide range of processors.

“The integration of the AM625x processor into the VAR-SOM-AM62 gives developers a solid foundation that combines performance and power efficiencies,” said Ofer Austerlitz, VP Business Development and Sales of Variscite. 

The VAR-SOM-AM62 evaluation kits serve as a complete development platform for both evaluation and application development purposes and include the scalable Symphony carrier board and an optional LVDS display with a touch panel.

The VAR-SOM-AM62 is included in Variscite’s long-term longevity plan with 15 year production. Evaluation kits and stock item modules are available for production quantities orders, starting from $33 per unit.

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