03 Mar

Quad Core i.MX6 OpenRex SBC Announced

OpenRex

A Slovakia-based training and embedded firm Fedevel has recently announced an open source Linux-ready, i.MX6-based SBC called OpenRex. This SBC has Cortex-A9 cores and comes with Arduino as well as Raspberry Pi expansion. All of its design sources are released to the public before the boards are actually shipped. The OpenRex SBC is equipped with up to 4GB soldered DDR3-1066 RAM, up to 128MB SPI flash, Micro SD slot, SATA connector, HDMI, Pi-compatible camera input, Audio in/out jack, touchscreen connector and more.

See below for the full specifications listed on Fedevel official site:

NXP (Freescale) i.MX6 processor, up to 1.2GHz / 4 cores
NXP microcontroller LPC13xx (Default: LPC1345FHN33)
Soldered down DDR3-1066 (533MHz), up to 4GB
1x 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet
1x HDMI Output (up to QXGA 2048×1536)
1x Parallel CSI Camera input or RGB Parallel Display output
1x Differential Camera Input (Compatible with Raspberry Pi) or LVDS display output
1x SATA
1x micro SD
1x PCIE mini slot (PCIE & USB & SIM)
1x USB OTG Micro
2x USB
1x CAN transceiver
1x Compass + Accelerometer
1x Gyroscope
1x Humidity sensor
1x Temperature sensor
1x Audio (Headphones output, Microphone input)
1x Touchscreen connector (Touchscreen through LPC13xx / Optional 4x Analog input)
1x I2C EEPROM
1x SPI FLASH
1x IR Receiver
1x Arduino type header. Default:
4x Analog input
3x GPIO
1x I2C
1x CAN
1x USB
1x Raspberry PI type header. Default:
2x I2C
2x UART
1x CAN TX/RX
2x SPI
3x GPIO/PWM
1x UART Debug console (FTDI compatible)
8+2 USER LED
Power LED, SD Card LED, USB HUB LED
1x Reset button, 3x User button (e.g. Home, Volume Up, Volume Down)
Size: 70 x 95 mm (2.75 x 3.75 inch)
Input power: 5V DC (through Power Jack or USB micro)iMX6 Rex

To know more about the OpenRex, visit LinuxGizmos or i.MX6 Rex pages.

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