The TS-7200 is a compact, full-featured
Single Board Computer
(SBC) based upon the Cirrus
EP9302 ARM9 CPU, which provides
a standard set of on-board
peripherals. The EP9302 features
an advanced ARM920T 200MHz
processor design with MMU that
allows support for high-level
embedded Operating Systems such
as Linux, Windows CE, and others.
The TS-7200 SBC includes a compact
flash interface which allows booting
from large flash drives to the
Debian distribution, improving the
Linux development capabilities. It
also can fast boot from the on-board
Strata Flash memory using a
compact TS-Linux distribution.
Additional TS-7200 features include:
- 200MHz ARM9 processor with MMU
standard serial ports with 16
- 32MB of
- 8MB (16MB optional) flash disk
used for RedBoot boot-loader,
Linux kernel, and root file
Flash card interface
- 10/100 Ethernet interface
- autosense, LED indicators
- 2 USB 2.0 Compatible OHCI ports (12Mbit/s Max)
- 20 DIO lines
- PC/104 8/16
- SPI bus header
- Rugged quick-release
terminal strips used for power
are 3.8 " x 4.5 " (PC/104 mounting
- Standard Operating Temperature Range: Fanless
-40° to +70° full-speed; +85°C with CPU @ 166MHz
- Optional Battery Backed Real Time Clock
- Optional RS-485 support
- Optional 8 channel 12-bit A/D converter
- Optional on-board temperature sensor
Technologic Systems' TS-7200 ARM Single Board Computers (SBCs) are compatible with a wide range of Operating Systems (OS's).
The Linux choice is highly recommended and our products are totally integrated with the open-source vision. The Linux OS, TS-Kernel 2.4.26, is
shipped by default with our ARM SBCs and includes complete driver support for our hardware within the kernel, enabling quick time to market for end-users'
applications. Examples and source codes are also available for downloading.
The TS-ARM SBCs include the TS-Linux compact embedded OS installed by default in on-board flash memory (8MB, JFFS or YAFFS filesystems).
The eCos/Redboot boot loader is used to open the OS of choice. In addition, the full featured Debian Linux distribution can be used with a network
directory (NFS root) or larger flash drives (256MB), such as Compact Flash, SD cards or USB memory sticks. The Linux system includes a complete
GNU C/C++ embedded development environment installed. In addition, Apache Web Server, FTP, SSH, Telnet and Samba internet services are
available with C/PHP/Perl for embedded CGI development.
The Linux solution for ARM is compatible with the RTAI real-time extension, enabling systems with strict timing requirements to be handled with
our SBCs. Furthermore, NetBSD has been ported to TS-ARM and Java solutions are also available.