SKU: AB-580

I/O Extension board

Designed for mobile robotics, It fits the needs of OEM developers of handheld devices:at the size of a credit card,It is a powerful embedded platform based on the gumstix Verdex  PRO with an XScale processor. It extends the same type of functionality and performance found in the latest generation  consumer PDA devices to the industrial market. Ready-to-run, extremely compact, but flexible for expansion and customization for customer application needs, It provides the starting point for new designs and comes complete with all  the hardware and software needed to start development including its Linux operating system.


ElementsTechnical Information
Processor Intel XSCALE PXA-270 @ 600MHz
RAM 128 MBytes
FLASH 32 MBytes
Power Supply Input: 5VOutput: Embedded power regulation for Compact Flash, and other 3.3V extensions...
Power Consumption Idle: 500mWMax: 1200mW
Connectors 1 x Compact Flash Type I socket 1 x uSD socket1 x KB-250 Interface (2x50-pin, see below) 2 x RS232 (KoreConnect needed) 1 x USB Host (mini USB connector) 1 x Gumstix extension connector
KB-250 Interface 3x Serial RS332 (including Bluetooth compatible port)3x USB Master port (to connect USB camera)1x MMC controller (MutiMedia Card)1x LCD controller1x I2C bus (400kb/s)1x SSP/SPI bus (1.8Mb/s)1x AC97 sound controller2 x PWM pins53 x GPIO pins (if not used for above features)
OS Support Linux 2.6.x (OpenEmbedded Ansgtröm Distribution)
License GPL license on boot loader.
Platform Package System bootloader in executable format. GNU-Linux Development Based Environment.
Optional Extensions Motor drive up 4 DC motors. Connect (Easier connection to RS232 ports and USB Client). JTAG (JTAG to USB interface, credits to S. Gerlach) USBCam (USB Camera module) IO (Analog I/O, digtal out, servo control). KoreWifi
Size 85mm x 57mm x 33 mm
Weight 52g


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