TT Electronics in the UK has launched a development kit for its Creo system on module (SoM) for embedded software developers working on projects across the Internet of Things (IoT).
The S-2CONNECT Creo Development Kit links the recently announced SOM with NXP’s i.MX6UL low power processor and LTE Cat M1 and NB-IoT modems for connectivity to the cloud via a three month subscription. The board is pre-certified for Europe, UK, US, and Canada.
It features interfaces via drive circuits and connectors, interfaces via pin headers, power supply, man-machine interaction, and Raspberry Pi HAT hardware interface to add sensors or other hardware peripherals from the Pi ecosystem.
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“The S-2CONNECT series is an end-to-end framework that seamlessly delivers hardware, connectivity, infrastructure, and user experience solutions,” said Kjell Karlsson, Managing Director at TT Electronics. “The platform helps users streamline the secure connection of products and systems, and enables data-led business decisions, delivering benefits like predictive and preventative maintenance, carbon footprint reduction, and other efficiency improvements.”
The kit comes with USB cable, Ethernet cable, LTE antenna, GNSS antenna, SD card, 6 Jumpers for 2.54 mm headers, and power supply with interchangeable plugs.
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