i.MX28 based System on Module – GHITA

Embien offers i.MX287 based SoM GHITA- a low cost/ low-power application processor from the processor family NXP i.MX28 ARM926EJ-S™ core, specially optimized for motion control applications. With extreme peripheral integration, i.MX6UL Sodimm AURA supports industry latest – high performance interfaces such as: I2C, SPI, UART, USB 2.0, SPDIF, Audio Codec etc., This i.MX287 based SoM - GHITA is suitable for applications such as: Digital Picture Frames, Portable Medical Devices, Hand-held scanners and printers, Heat Metering, Wearable Security Devices, Smart-energy meters etc.,
Specifications
CPU
  • CPU name – i. MX283, i.MX287 NXP
  • CPU type –ARM926EJ-S
  • Cores – x1
  • CPU Clock – 454 MHz
Display
  • Video Output-LCD 3,3V 24 bit
  • Touch Panel- 4 wire, Resistive
Multimedia
  • Audio- Codec audio or I2S on b2b connector
  • SPDIF- 1X SPDIF INTERFACE
Memory
  • RAM- Up to 256Mbyte DDR2
  • FLASH- Up to 1GB NAND
  • USD- Up to 64 GB USD
Mechanical specifications
  • Dimensions- 74.3 mm x 51.44 mm
Electrical specifications
  • Power supply- 3,5V(OPZ); 5V(STD)
  • Consumption- 500mW (operational); 90mW (standby)
Environmental Specifications
  • Commercial temperature- 0 to 70°C
  • Industrial temperature- -40 to 85°C
Longevity
  • Minimum availability- 2026
Software
Block Diagram
SBC
Enquiry

i.MX287 based SoM GHITA - a low cost, low-power application processor is optimized for motion control applications such as: Drones, elevator control, robotics, driverless vehicles, flight control systems etc., as it provides a highly interactive user interface.

The i.MX287 based SoM - GHITA also assists in designing heat metering devices through which the inflow/ outflow of temperatures and volumetric flow of fluids can be measured. With optimized performance, GHITA module enables real-time responsiveness and a higher level of system integrity for wearable security devices as well as for a variety of portable medical devices.

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