Yesterday, Bits & Pieces took a closer look at at MYIR’s development board series for Atmel’s lineup of SAMA5D3 ARM Cortex-A5 based processors.
“The boards have a commonly-used base board and are using MYC-SAM9X5 series CPU modules as core boards,” a MYIR rep explained.
“There are five CPU Modules for selections respectively based on AT91SAM9G15, SAM9G25, SAM9G35, SAM9X25 and SAM9X35.”
All offer the same circuit design – albeit with minor configuration differences. Meanwhile, the CPU modules integrate all core components, with I/O signals extended through the standard SO-DIMM 200-pin connector.
MYIR has also ported Linux 2.6.39 and Google Android 2.3.5 for the MYD-SAM9X5 series, offering relevant software packages, documents and cable accessories. In addition, optional 4.3-inch and 7-inch LCD touch screens are available for the 9G15, 9G35 and 9X35 devices.
“With a rich peripheral set, the boards can be used for a variety of applications including industrial controls, medical equipment, automation, portable data terminals, biometric security systems, test and measurement instruments,” the MYIR rep added.