Low Power for VMEbus with TI Sitara ARM Cortex-A15 CPU
- TI Sitara dual-core ARM Cortex-A15 AM5728, 1.5 GHz
- Up to 2 GB DDR3 SDRAM
- microSD card and mSATA card slot
- 1 USB, 2 Gb Ethernet, 1 COM
- 2 PMC/XMC slots
- -40°C to +85°C screened
Versatile ARM Technology Now on VMEbus
The VMEbus computer A23C is based on the Sitara dual-core ARM cortex-A15 AM5728 from Texas Instruments, running at 1.5 GHz. With integrated M4, GPU and DSP coprocessors, the Sitara A15 provides not only perfect building blocks for real-time behavior and digital image processing, but also the possibility for application partitioning.
The A23C comes with one USB port, two Gigabit Ethernet interfaces and one RS232 COM interface at the front. With 2 GB DDR3 SDRAM, Flash, FRAM and a microSD card and mSATA slot, it offers almost unlimited storage possibilities.
For even more modularity, two XMC/PMC slots are available, flexibly extending the standard I/O in the 6U board for example, with additional storage and Ethernet interfaces or graphic functions.
Whether in industrial automation or in the power and energy market – with its versatility, the A23C is perfectly suited as the heart of a multi-purpose industrial computer. Thanks to the extended temperature range, firmly soldered components and long-term availability of 10 years, it is also suited for applications with especially high demands for security, reliability or extreme environmental conditions.
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