TRITON-TX28, the high-performance ARM9 module
Production-quality system-on-module (SOM) based on 454MHz Freescale i.MX28
TRITON-TX28 is a low-cost high performance ARM9-based module based on Freescale’s iMX28 microcontroller, implemented on a board with form-factor smaller than a credit card (68mm x 26mm), and ready to be incorporated into your low or medium volume product manufacture or prototype. As well as a high performance 454MHz i.MX28 processor, the TRITON-TX28 modules features 128MB of high bandwidth DDR2-400 RAM, and 128MB NAND Flash, and comes complete with a StarterKit development baseboard, and production quality implementations of Windows CE 6.0, Windows Embedded Compact 7 and Linux 3.x.
TRITON-TX28 includes a comprehensive set of peripherals and interfaces. These include USB 2.0 Host and OTG, two 10/100 Ethernet ports which are IEEE1588 capable, SD Card, UARTs, LCD controller, keypad controller, I2C, I2S, AC’97, SPI, CAN and GPIO. In addition there are 8 analog inputs (5 are used for touch).
The industrial temperature grade TRITON-TX28 also provides the base for our lowest-priced module, the TRITON-TX28S, which is a commercial temperature grade version of the module, with 64MB RAM, single Ethernet controller, and other specification differences.
Mainline Linux, Comprehensive Windows CE 6.0
Linux support for TRITON-TX28 is provided by a mainline ARM-Linux BSP, which means that support is maintained at the latest embedded Linux version, which allows users to leverage support and application compatibility from the open-source community.
TRITON-TX28 also features a particularly comprehensive Windows CE 6.0 BSP which includes support for power-saving measures such as suspend/resume, dynamic voltage and frequency scaling (DVFS), as well as the i.MX28’s dual Ethernet capability.