Strategic Test has extended their range of PXA270 SOMs with the release of the low-cost TRITON-270. Priced at 112 Euro, the module includes a 312 MHz PXA270 processor, 32 MB SDRAM, 32 MB NOR Flash and a 200-pin SODIMM connector.
Measuring just 1.2 x 2.6 x 0.16 inches (67.6 x 31 x 4.2 mm) and still the world’s smallest PXA270 SOM, the TRITON-270 is a complete PXA270 computer on a module that has been optimized for mobile embedded designs where low-power consumption and extremely 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 1.3 to 1.1 V to further reduce power consumption.
The TRITON-270 uses a 200-pin SODIMM connector to bring out all of 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; I2S and AC ’97 interfaces; three SSP and three Asynch serial interfaces; keypad interface; GPIO and four PWM interfaces.
About Strategic Test
With offices in Stockholm Sweden and Woburn (MA) USA, Strategic Test is a leading supplier worldwide of Intel/Marvel PXA255 and PXA270 Development Kits and embedded processor modules. The company released the world’s first PXA255 embedded CPU module in 2002 and followed this with the first PXA270 module in 2004. The company offers custom design services to clients worldwide.