SBC targets industrial IoT

Running under Linux, the TS-7180 single-board computer (SBC) from Technologic Systems is useful for industrial control automation and remote monitoring management, including unmanned control rooms, automatic asset management, and asset tracking. Powered by a low-power NXP i.MX6 UltraLite processor with multimedia support, the TS-7180 comes in two configurations with either 512 Mbytes or 1 Gbyte of RAM.

The board also packs 4 Gbytes of eMMC MLC flash memory that can be configured as 2 Gbytes of pseudo-SLC for enhanced system integrity. A 16-kbit FRAM provides nonvolatile storage that allows reliable data retention without the complexities, overhead, and system-level reliability problems of EEPROM. Additionally, TS-SILO supercapacitors provide up to 30 seconds of reserve power in the event of a power failure, enabling safe system shutdown.

2 thoughts on “SBC targets industrial IoT

  1. “I reckon hat we would need a pretty sophisticated computer in order to handle all of the information that's transaction over an IOT network, not to mention an IIOT network! We need to make sure that however we are implementing such a system, that we have

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  2. “Industrial mediums are often expected to provide an exhaustive range of capacities. By looking into possible avenues to make this a reality, an SBC can certainly fulfill the job requirement. The expansive features are what make the device desirable and be

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