TRITON-TX family members include:
TRITON-TX28S – ultra-low-priced module based on i.MX283 – 454MHz ARM9, the TRITON-TX28S is our lowest-priced module for general-purpose, high volume, commercial temperature grade applications with Windows Embedded CE 6.0, Compact 7 or Linux.
TRITON-TX6UL – TRITON-TX6UL High performance, very low-price, low energy module based on Freescale i.MX6 UltraLite processor. For general-purpose use, with Linux BSP.
TRITON-TX28 – high performance ARM9 module with 454MHz i.MX287, dual-CAN, dual-Ethernet, DDR400 RAM. Thanks to a high memory bandwidth, while only a little more expensive than TX25, the TRITON-TX28 can handle larger displays, and is also ideal for handheld devices.
TRITON-TX48 – cost-conscious ARM Cortex-A8 based module with accelerated graphics
TRITON-TX53 – ultimate multimedia module with 1.2 GHz i.MX535, ARM Cortex-A8, enhanced OpenGL ES 2.0 graphics, dedicated video codec capable of 1080p HD decode, dual display LVDS, CAN, 3.3v I/O.
TRITON-TX6S – versatile single-core ARM Cortex-A9 module with 1.0 GHz i.MX6 Solo, accelerated graphics, dedicated video codec capable of dual 720p encode, 1080p60 HD decode, dual display LVDS, HDMI, PCIe, CAN.
TRITON-TX6Q – high performance ARM module with 1.0 GHz i.MX6 Quad, 1GB DDR3-1066RAM, Quad Core ARM Cortex-A9, accelerated graphics, dedicated video codec capable of dual 720p encode, 1080p60 HD decode, dual display LVDS, HDMI, SATA, PCIe, CAN. GBe capable.
Mainboard-7 Development Kit with Windows CE and Linux BSP. The Mainboard-7 ships with the chosen module installed and OS running. An optional 640×480 capacitive touch screen display completes the picture.
TRITON-TXFB Family ARM production-ready baseboard – A production-ready baseboard which turns a TRITON-TX module into a complete ARM-based SBC, ready to use in your product.
i.MX6 UltraLite Evaluation Kit – A low-cost development system with Dual Ethernet, Wi-Fi, USB and multiple UARTs
In addition to the individual features of each module, there are five overriding reasons to choose the TRITON-TX family:
Longevity is a major issue for ARM-based system-on-modules, as they don’t conform to any industry-standard pinout. Since the first system-on-module shipped in 2002, we have guaranteed the lifetime of our products. For our i.MX based products longevity guarantees are underwritten my Freescale, who offer 10 to 15 year minimum lifetimes for the i.MX ARM-based range. We expect to shadow the Freescale lifetimes and additionally offer our customers a contractual 7-year longevity guarantee for TX-modules.
We are still shipping every TRITON system-on-module model that we have introduced, since 2002, and believe that the best test of any supplier in this regard is to ask both what they guarantee for the future, and to ask about the products that they were promoting 5 years ago. Many vendors introduce new products at such a rate that products generally disappear after as little as a year, and never reach a state of stable, complete software support.