LCD with touchscreen display
This package is a complete development platform for Windows CE projects include eSOM335x coreboard and eDVK335x carrierboard. The eSOM335x is a small form factor System on Module(SoM) based on AM3358BZCZA100 ARM Cortex-A8 microprocessor family from Texas Instrument.
The eSOM335x was designed very flexible, its memories are replaceable easily without any soldering work. RAM and eMMC units were designed modular and plug into coreboard through two 60pin specific connectors. DDR3L RAM modules come with 512MB capacity in standard version, but customizable to 128, 256, 1024MB depend upon customer needs. The eMMC modules exist in 8GB with 8bit Bus width by default, and it is customizable with 2, 4, 16, 32GB versions. Upgrade, repair and troubleshooting in this way is easy, quick, and cost-effective and improve maintenance ability.
This SOM with small footprint 67.6mm × 44.0mm × 5.6mm can plug into DDR3-SODIMM 204 pin straight connector in eDVK335x and IO interfaces like HDMI, LCD, Ethernet, USB, GPIO, UART, I2C, ADC and etc is accessible in development kit.
The eSOM335x can boot a real-time, small foot-print Windows CE very quickly. OS images are customized to enable users on rapid application development without any OS challenging. Users are free to choose the video output and can change their LCD without need to OS customization. In addition, users can configure their boot setting such as their logo and boot progress bar easily. Many device drivers like 4G module, Wi-Fi, Camera, CAN, Touch are integrated in OS image and users can add them to their projects safely. In addition, many sample codes are provided for software developer to access to eSOM335x peripherals and accelerates time-to-market procedures.
The eSOM335x can operate in industrial temperature range environment from -20℃ to +80℃ due to coreboard components. This tiny single board computer targets a wide range of applications, including: Medical Devices, PLC, Industrial Automation, HMIs, Entertainment system, POS, Data Acquisition, Gaming and much more.
Carrier board Specifications
Quick Start Guide