bE-AM3352_600_R256_N256_C

High performance industrial oriented computing module byteENGINE AM3352 with ARM® Cortex®-A8 CPU (600 MHz). SDRAM capacity is 256 MB DDR3. Flash-Memory capacity is 256 MB (NAND).

  • ARM® Cortex®-A8 CPU (600 MHz)
  • SDRAM: 256 MB
  • FLASH: 256 MB NAND
  • 30 x 40 x 5 mm
  • 0 to +75 °C operational temp.
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Description

The byteENGINE AM3352 is a high performance industrial oriented computing module. It allows a short time-to-market, while reducing development costs and substantial design risks. The system on module (SOM) uses the Texas Instruments AM3352 industrial applications processor with 600 MHz.

 

Additional information

CPU

AM3352

Frequency (max)

600 MHz

Floating Point

YES (NEON™,SIMD & VFP)

EEPROM

32 KB (containing HW configuration)

Nor-Flash

16 MB (boot medium, eMMC variants only)

SDRAM

256MB

Flash Type

NAND

Flash Capacity

256 MB

Speed

2 x 10/100/1.000 (Mbit/s)

Audio

Yes

Touchscreen

Supported

Video

Parallel RGB 24bit

SD/MMC/SDIO

3

SPI

2

I2C

3

UART

6

CAN

2

McASP

2

OTG

2 HS (2.0)

Watchdog Timers

1

Boot Mode

Selectable with Strapping Pins on Baseboard

GPIO

4 x 32 GPIOS

GPMC

Yes (Full Pinout)

JTAG

Yes

PWM / ECAP / QEP

3

Serial Console

1

Connector

2 x 100 pin

Dimension

30 x 40 x 5 mm

Input Voltage

3 – 5 V

Operational Temperature

0 to +75 °C

Power Consumption

~2 W

Linux (yocto)

Yes

Ordering Code: bE-AM335[2]_[600]_R[256 MB]_[N 256MB]_[C]

The Ordering Code allows the customer to recognize easily
the detailed specification of the ordered SOM.

[SOM]: SOM type bE: byteENGINE
AM335[x]: CPU type 2: AM3352, 4: AM3354, 6: AM3356, 8: AM3358, 9: AM3359
[SPEED MHz]: Clock speed 300, 600, 800, 1000
R[xxx MB]: RAM size 128, 256, 512 MB
[E GB]: eMMC FLASH size [E 4, 8 GB]
[N MB]: NAND FLASH size [N 256 MB]
[C, I]: Temperature range [C] Customer 0° to +70° Celsius,
[I] Industrial -40° to +85° Celsius

 

          

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