- Low-Power SMARC 2.0 ARM COM Module
- Up to 4x ARM® Cortex-A53 + 1x ARM® Cortex-M7
- Up to 2 GByte onboard LPDDR4 memory
- Uo to 128GB eMMC SSD onboard
- 3D Graphics with Full HD resolution
- 82mm x 55mm
- 1x Gigabit Ethernet with IEEE 1588 support
- Up to -40 to 85°C operation
Industrial Grade, Ultra Low Power ARM SMARC 2.0
The conga-SMX8-Nano defines a new low-end performance class for SMARC. With its stunning ultra-low power graphics capabilities as well as its limited number of carefully selected I/Os, the new NXP i.MX 8M Mini compatible NXP i.MX 8M Nano processor targets low-cost application areas not previously reached by – but perfectly suited for – vendor-independent, standardized Computer-on-Modules. Only up to 2 watts are needed for the logic of a mobile handheld device. Engineers can also turn a complex medical user interface with various mechanical buttons into an intuitive touch-based and easy to use GUI or give industrial devices an interactive screen for which this was previously simply too expensive. All this, and even headless systems with IEEE 1588 Precision Time Protocol support for tactile IIoT, is now possible at the lowest power envelope and budget ever.
With the extensive ecosystem of SMARC Computer-on-Modules, engineers benefit from far more advanced and immediately ready to use components, standardized APIs and comprehensive BSPs. Another major plus point is the tremendous scalability, reaching way beyond the pin compatibility of NXP i.MX 8M Nano and Mini variants. Typical application areas are GUIs for edge devices which, if required, can also include voice assistance and voice controls. Vertical markets include wireless and networked medical and industrial equipment as well as home appliances and electronics, digital signage systems and mobile or outdoor devices, including smart city infrastructures such as small form factor digital bus time tables or headless platforms for edge gateways in smart cities as well as e-charging and free-floating mobility devices.