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i.Mx 6 based Smarc modules

The M2-SM6-xx computer-on-modules from TES are available in different variations with single core, dual core, or quad core CPUs with several I/O feature sets. Two CAN interfaces are provided.

The form factor of the product is 82 mm x 50 mm (Photo: TES)

USING THE SMARC (SMART MOBILITY ARCHITECTURE) specification for embedded modules, the company introduces a series of ultra-low power ARM COMs (Computer-On-Module) based on the Freescale i.MX6 series, which is powered by ARM Cortex A9 CPUs. The company says it uses its experience in product development in the area of embedded multimedia systems for professional applications and systems combining audio/video, graphics, and HMI. Target applications for Magik-2 ARM COMs are e.g. HMI units for machines and vehicles, surround-view systems, industrial tablets, surveillance recording systems, high end home appliances, and multimedia/infotainment applications in avionics or transportation environments.

The module provides a range of interfaces such as two CAN, four I2C, two SPI, one Uart, and more. It comes with a complete software suite including device drivers, BSP, and support for various OS and selectable application specific HMI libraries. TES delivers application specific carrier boards along with reference software for related system solutions in the area of 3D-surround-view, video surveillance, and HMI units like tablets.