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Our embedded Computer-on-Modules (COMs) or System on Modules (SOMs) are CPU core modules that securely connect to a carrier board. All standard functions are designed into the Computer-on-Module which is mated to your custom carrier board to enable exactly the functions your project requires. COTS carrier boards are available, or design your own carrier board for a custom solution with drastically reduced design time and complexity.
The small form factor COMs we provide have fanless, low power designs with all parts soldered on and no moving parts, ensuring embedded reliability and mechanical ruggedness. Our experienced engineers have designed our line of commercial-off-the-shelf COMs with smart embedded solutions that differentiate them from generic COMs, such as sub-second Linux Fastboot, TS-BOOTROM, DoubleStore, XNAND, User-programmable FPGA and others.
Start your embedded system solution around a Computer-on-Module to reduce your overall project risk and accelerate time to market.
A TS-SOCKET Macrocontroller is an embedded Computer-on-Module that implements the TS-SOCKET specification. The form factor is 75 mm x 55 mm, about the size of a credit card. In addition to two 100-pin off-board male connectors, a TS-SOCKET Macrocontroller features CPU, RAM, NAND flash with XNAND technology, SD card socket, Ethernet MAC and PHY, customizable FPGA and all CPU power regulators. Peripherals can include USB host and device, SATA, CAN bus, DMX, GPIO, external bus, video, touch screen, audio, SPI, UART and others. All parts must be soldered on and moving parts are not used, ensuring embedded reliability and mechanical ruggedness. Power input is single 5VDC only and is supplied through the 100-pin off-board connectors. Software solutions for TS-SOCKET Macrocontroller include Linux 2.6, Debian, fastboot bootloader firmware, Linux-boots-Linux, and complete driver support.
The TS-SOCKET Computer-on-Module standard was announced on February 2010 by Technologic Systems. The TS-SOCKET standard defines both a form factor and a connection pin-out and is based on two 100-pin low-profile connectors, allowing secure connection between a Macrocontroller (Computer-on-Module) and a baseboard. (carrier board). A project compliant with the TS-SOCKET standard allows engineers to jump-start their embedded system design. Since a Macrocontroller connects to a baseboard following a common and defined pin-out, design time and complexity are drastically reduced. Design efforts can focus on the custom baseboard design, because the core design is already completed in the COTS TS-SOCKET Macrocontroller. Start your embedded system design around one of our TS-SOCKET Macrocontrollers to reduce your overall project risk and accelerate time-to-market.
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