AM437x PoM from Mistral is a low cost, small form factor, high performance; easy-to-use Product on Module (PoM) built around the powerful 800MHz/1GHz Sitara AM437x SoC from Texas Instruments. With extensive integration such as multi core PRU-ICSS, PowerVR SGX 3D acceleration core, dual camera, QSPI-NOR, up to 512KB on-chip memory, Dual ADC and an easily extendable architecture, the AM437x PoM is the perfect solution for quick product deployment while leveraging the benefits of the powerful SoC. AM437X PoM supports high performance interfaces such as 2x Gigabit ethernet, 2 x 8/10-Bit Parallel Camera, 24-Bit RGB display and 32-Bit DDR3L. The low power module uses +5V DC or can also be USB powered.
AM437x PoM can be used in the following applications:
Mistral’s AM437x Application board is a four layer Add-on Module for AM437x PoM built for the ARM-Cortex A9 Sitara AM437x SoC from Texas Instruments. The AM437x Application Board interfaces with PoM through its expansion connectors and provides general purpose 7” LCD with capacitive touch screen along with keypad and sensors like Ambient light (ALS), Temperature, Accelerometer.The AM437x Application Board supports Industrial interfaces such as RS485, CAN/Profibus, Ether CAT, Dual motor control, Endat/eQEP encoders and ADC for motor current sensing. It also supports ZigBee communication using TI’s CC2530 ZigBee module interfaced externally via its expansion connectors.
The AM437x Application Board when connected with AM437x PoM can be used for building products for Industrial Automation, Home Automation and Biometrics.
Four-layer PCB with FR-4 dielectric material, thickness of about 1.6mm.
To read more about the AM437x Processor from TI, click here.
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What is PoM
Mistral provides custom design services for your development around the AM437x Product on Module ensuring a cost-effective, custom solution within a narrow timeline. With a highly qualified team of engineers, Mistral’s custom design services can be applied at any stage of a product design and can also provide support in volumes.Being a single source for hardware and software expertise, Mistral’s product engineering team delivers a high value of engineering innovation to our customers through higher design compatibility and consistency. The embedded product design services offered by the team include Hardware/Board design, FPGA Design, BSP and Firmware development, middleware, third party application integration, embedded application development, independent testing and validation, product prototyping, production coordination and product lifecycle support.
To know more about Mistral’s Product Design Services in the Embedded domain, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q: What is delivered when the PoM board is ordered?
A: The PoM package consists of a POM Hardware Board and a WallMount 5v/3A power adaptor(100v-220V DC; Centre positive).
Q:Where can I get the schematics and other hardware design related files?
A:Please send a mail to email@example.com by mentioning the serial no. of the board.
Q: Can the Standard PoM Board be customized?
A:Yes. The PoM Board can be very well customized to suite your requirements. Please check this link a http://mistralsolutions.com/pom/support/customization or send out an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on the same.
Q: Which softwares’ are currently supported for the PoM Board?
A: As on date, the below softwares are ported and the SD card bootable binaries are available for download.
1. Android Kitkat version 4.4.4.
2. Linux demo based on TI’s Sitara SDK.
The binaries can be downloaded from here a http://mistralsolutions.com/pom/support/documentation/downloads. The downloads have a detailed “HowTo” on preparing the bootable SD card and connection diagram for viewing the output. For any customization or any further information on the other software support (source code, other OS porting) please feel free to send a mail to email@example.com.
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