Global distribution agreement provides COMs for multiple application areas

29-05-2020 | Mouser Electronics | Semiconductors

Mouser has a global distribution agreement with Toradex. Through the agreement, the company can now provide Toradex’s Colibri and Apalis families of CoMs based on NXP i.MX series applications processors. All of these modules are pin-compatible within a family to give simple scalability. They are provided with the Toradex Easy Installer pre-installed to assist engineers in quickly install operating systems or demo images. Engineers can also take advantage of support, including a high-quality Yocto Project-based Linux board support package and the new, easy-to-use industrial Linux platform, Torizon.

Colibri iMX8X CoMs are based on the NXP i.MX 8X applications processors, allowing up to four 64-bit Armv8 Cortex-A35 cores. Offered with a dual-band Wi-Fi and Bluetooth option, the CoMs are created for markets with high-reliability demands, such as industrial automation, medical, and railway applications. The CoMs are based on NXP i.MX 7Dual applications processors, with two Arm Cortex-A7 cores and a Cortex-M4 microcontroller. Advanced security features, as well as the heterogeneous multicore processing, make the device excellent for applications including power-sensitive edge computing devices, medical devices, IoT gateways, and industrial automation.

Apalis iMX8 CoMs are based on the NXP i.MX 8QuadMax or i.MX 8QuadPlus applications processor and are offered in a dual-band Wi-Fi and Bluetooth option. These CoMs include high-performance dual-GC7000 GPU with support for OpenCL and OpenVX for accelerated computer vision and machine learning applications. The modules are constructed for harsh environments, with industrial operating temperature support from -40C to 85C and a product availability until 2030. Also, Torizon, QNX and Android operating systems are offered.

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