Anders launches ARM Cortex-A8 Computer on Module with PCAP Touch Support - Embedded.com

Anders launches ARM Cortex-A8 Computer on Module with PCAP Touch Support

andersDX has released the CM-T335 Computer-on-Module, which the company claims is the most cost-effective ARM Cortex – A8 computer-on-module on the market. The CM-T335 is built around Texas Instruments’ Sitara AM3352/4 system-on-chip, featuring an advanced Cortex – A8 ARM CPU coupled with a PowerVR SGX GPU. The SoC is supplemented with up to 512 MB DDR3 and 1 GB of onboard NAND storage. The CM-T335 features a wide range of industry standard interfaces – Gigabit Ethernet, WiFi 802.11, Bluetooth, USB, CAN bus, serial ports, I/O lines and ADC channels.

CM-T335’s User Interface includes a parallel 24-bit display connection with resolution to 1366 x 768, and support for andersDX’s PCAP touch screen displays which range from 3” to 10.1” in size, enabling arguably the most aggressively priced route for implementing an iphone type interface in non-consumer devices. Measuring only 68 x 30 x 4 mm and designed for low power consumption, the CM-T335 is targeted for integration into portable and space constrained systems.

The CM-T335 has been designed to address the need for an ultra-low-cost computer module in high-volume, cost-sensitive industrial applications. The module’s dense, highly optimized system design allows radical cost reduction with no compromise on features.

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