The TS-7250-V2 is a single board computer based on the Marvell PXA166 ARM CPU clocked at 800MHz, or optionally the Marvell PXA168 ARM9 running at 1066MHz. TS-7250-V2 is a great balance between high performance and low cost, providing highly customizable features and board configurations. The TS-7250-V2 serves as a platform upgrade path for the TS-7250/TS-7260 products that provides footprint drop-in and high application code portability that is less expensive, faster, and provides more features than the original.
TS-7250-V2 Standard Features:
800 MHz CPU (PXA166)
512 MB RAM
Micro SD card socket
RTC with battery and temp compensation
10/100 ethernet port
2 USB HS Host ports
2x RS-232 serial ports
1x RS-485 or 1x RS-422
PC/104 Bus connector *
USB device console port (Micro B connector)
LCD and DIO Headers
75 TTL DIO (including PC/104 Bus connector)
5VDC or 8-28VDC power input
A/D converter, 5 channels (with 4-20 mA current loop)
Mechanically the same size as the old TS-7250
* Call about current driver compatibility.
TS-7250-V2 Optional Features:
1066 MHz CPU (PXA168)
2 GB SLC eMMC Flash Storage
Full-size SD socket
2nd ethernet port
40-pin PC/104 Bus connector
17k LUT FPGA
1x CAN Bus
The TS-7250-V2 boots a Linux 3.14 kernel out of the box from a microSD card or eMMC flash, as well as an initial ramdisk for a very fast boot and a Debian Wheezy distribution for extremely flexible software. The Linux choice is highly recommended and our products are totally integrated with the open-source vision. There is no proprietary source code in the kernel since all the hardware specific functionalities are handled by user-space utilities (such as spictl, sdctl, xuartctl, etc.). The Linux kernel includes driver support for on-board hardware, enabling quick time to market of end-users applications.
The Debian Wheezy environment provides a powerful, stable, and familiar software stack. Debian provides over 28,000 software packages precompiled for the ARMEL architecture. This includes many common interpreters such as Python, Mono (C#), Ruby, PHP, TCL, Perl, Java, and Bash. Debian also includes the GNU Compiler Collection which allows compiling C/C++ directly on the board.
The software image includes an initial ram filesystem which boots immediately after the kernel is loaded and can execute custom userspace code. This allows execution of custom code in under a half second from power on. The initial ramdisk features a minimalistic busybox build for a fast boot, but it is also capable of executing binaries in Debian
Software features include:
Boots to Linux shell in 0.87 seconds (or 0.52 seconds using available 2.6.34 kernel).
Linux Kernel 3.14 (2.6.34 also available)
Full Debian Wheezy (7.0) distribution
Opencore FPGA reloadable in software
Flexible programming language support
Source code examples available
Web interface that can be used to simplify common administrative tasks.
Technologic Systems provides complete documentation for our mature products, including manuals, schematics, mechanical drawings, etc.
The most recent documentation files are always made available through our website. If you don't find the documentation you are looking for,
contact support for more information. Also, please make sure to visit our
Embedded Systems Support webpage, our official documentation,
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TS-7250-V2 industrial grade (-40C to 85C) SBC with the Marvell PXA166 800MHz ARM9, 512MB DDR3 RAM, 2GB flash (4GB eMMC configured as 2GB SLC flash), 2x 10/100 Ethernet, 1x RS-422, 1x CAN and PC/104 is upgraded to 16-bit support (this model is recommended for development)