Miniature industrial dual-core modules are based on Renesas RZ/G2L processors
Miniature, low cost, industrial temperature range, 64-bit dual core modules based on the Renesas RZ/G2L processors are available from Direct Insight.
The specialist UK technical systems integrator, embedded system and system on module reseller offers the Triton-TXRZ, manufactured by its partner, Ka-Ro Electronics.
The Triton-TXRZ is available on half the lead time of modules with similar performance that are based on other popular microprocessors, said Direct Insight.
The modules measure 68 x 26mm and are available as a standard SODIMM system on module and also in the production-friendly, solder-down module format.
Triton-TXRZ features a powerful dual-core ARM Cortex-A55 processor running at up to 1200MHz. The modules are available with either 512Mbyte or 1Gbyte DDR3L memory, as well as 4Gbyte eMMC flash and a dual 24-bit RGB / four-lane MIPI-DSI display output. There is also an Arm Mali-G31 graphics processor for touch-and-gesture GUI (graphic user interface) support as well as 1080P30 H.264 video decode and encode.
There is also dual Ethernet, dual CAN, SD/eMMC, dual USB and up to five UARTs, four I2C ports and three serial peripheral interfaces (SPI). A third processor core is based on an Arm Cortex-M33.
Triton-TXRZ comes with a Linux board support package with full sources and installable virtual memory for development. In common with other members of the pin-compatible Triton-TX family, Triton-TXRZ requires only a single 3.3 to 5.5V supply and provides up to 300mA 3.3V power output for use on the baseboard.
Direct Insight also offers a development kit, with optional 5.7 inch touch screen.
Founded in 1992, UK value-added reseller, Direct Insight helps development teams to upgrade to the latest SoC, FPGA and OS technology by choosing the right off-the-shelf hardware, software and tools and the required support and services to fill the gaps. It also allows customer development teams to focus on differentiating core skills.
Key partners include OS supplier, QNX; Ka-Ro Electronics, the German designer and manufacturer of embedded modules; and Taiwanese single board computer maker, DFI.