Backplane Systems Technology presents iBase’s RM-N8M SMARC 2.0 computer-on-modules using 64-bit
NXP i.MX8M application processors with ARM technologies for industrial and
transportation computing solutions.
scalable platforms power various embedded systems with flexible and expandable
features for smart factory, imaging, machine vision, gateway, in-flight
entertainment and rolling stock applications including passenger information,
entertainment and communications systems.
The new RM-N8M SMARC
Series targets lower power and small form factor systems, and measures only
82mm by 50mm. It’s highly flexible in terms of platform design and customisation
for end-user applications, while reducing development time and accelerating
time to market.
Equipped with 3GB
soldered LPDDR4 and up to 64GB eMMC Flash memory, the RM-N8M Series has an
extensive set of I/O support with 1x GbE, 2x USB 3.0/2.0, 2x MIPI CSI-2 video
inputs, 2x PCI-E (x1) Gen2, 2x SPI/eSPI, 4x UART,4x I2C, 2x I2S, and 12x GPIO.
Display connections are provided by a 1080p MIPI Display Serial Interface (DSI)
and HDMI V2.0a with up to 4K resolution.
The ARM Cortex-A53
based RM-N8M modules ship with 15-year longevity support and have been
pre-qualified with Yocto v2.5 and Android 9 operating systems. The commercial
grade variant supports dual-/quad-core 1.5GHz processors and 0¡C to +70¡C
operating temperature range while industrial grade counterparts run with dual-/quad-core
1.3GHz CPUs and at -40¡C to +85¡C extended temperature.
Also available is
the RP-103-SMC, a 3.5-inch disk-size evaluation carrier board providing a broad
range of interface and a 12V~24VDC input. The RM-N8M Series is compliant with
SGeT standard SMARC V2.0.