Tiny New StrongARM/Linux SBC

Posted 1 Jul 2002 at 13:15 UTC by steve Share This

SSV Embedded Systems has announced a very small StrongARM-based SBC. The new PNP/1110 board is just 45mm x 45mm (less than 2" square). It features a 206MHz intel StrongARM CPU, 64MB SDRAM, 16MB Flash, LCD interface, two serial ports, PCMCIA, CompactFlash, 10/100 Mbps Ethernet, 18 GPIO lines, and other I/O. It includes a full Linux 2.4.18 kernel with JFFS support and draws just 400ma at 3.3VDC. No pricing announced yet. It will probably be more expensive than the IsoPOD but built-in Linux would make it ideal for Robotics use.

And it is through-hole, too!, posted 2 Jul 2002 at 11:14 UTC by hudson » (Master)

Unlike 99% of the cool components being made, this one is through-hole mountable in a PGA-169 housing. I would be able to replace my iPAQ, directly on the control board. Can't wait to see how much they cost...

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