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Strategic Test claims 'smallest' PXA270 SOM

Posted: 16 Oct 2006 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Strategic Test? Triton-270? PXA270? system-on-module? SOM?

Triton-270 SOM from Strategic Test

Strategic Test has added the low-cost Triton-270 to its portfolio of PXA270 system-on-modules (SOMs). Priced at $140.78, the module includes a 312MHz PXA270 processor, 32Mbyte SDRAM, 32Mbyte NOR Flash and a 200-pin SODIMM connector.

Measuring 67.6-by-31-by-4.2mm and claimed to be the smallest PXA270 SOM, Triton-270 is a complete PXA270 computer on a module that has been optimized for mobile embedded designs where low power consumption and small size are critical. A development kit that allows the 270 to run out-of-the-box is available with Linux kernel 2.6 or Windows CE 5.0 pre-installed.

In addition to the standard PXA270 power management capabilities, the Triton-270 also includes a programmable core voltage generator. This unique feature allows the user to vary the PXA270 supply voltage from 1.3V to 1.1V to further reduce power consumption.

It uses a 200-pin SODIMM connector to bring out all the PXA270's internal signals. These include integrated LCD controller for direct connection to a display, a PCMCIA interface, Bluetooth UART, Baseband/Multimedia interface, USB 2.0 'On the Go' interface, Memory Stick controller, MMC/SD/SDIC interface, I?S and AC '97 interfaces, three SSP and three Asynch serial interfaces, keypad interface, GPIO and four PWM interfaces.

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