Forlinx Launches Crossover Cortex-M7 i.MX RT1050 Development Board OK1052-C

May 8, 2019 Laura Dolan

Forlinx Embedded Technology has released the OK1052-C, a development board based on NXP's crossover i.MX RT1052 processor.   

The i.MX RT1052 is an Arm Cortex-M7-based SoC that operates at speeds up to 528MHz to provide high CPU performance and real-time response. The i.MX RT1052 processor has 512 KB on-chip RAM, which can be flexibly configured as TCM or general-purpose on-chip RAM. 16MB/32MB SDRAM, 4MB/16MB QSPI-NorFlash are optional.

The OK1052-C development board consists of an industrial-grade SoM and carrier board that feature operating temperature ranges from -40℃ to +85℃. Peripheral pins such as UART, Ethernet, USB, CAN, PWM, ADC, LCD, and CAMERA are all available on the carrier board. The development platform supports the uClinux OS.          

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