In this edition of DevKit Weekly Brandon reviews the Tetra single board computer from VersaLogic.
This Arm-based SBC features a quad-core i.MX6 CPU; an operating temperature that ranges from -40° to +85°C; shock and vibration per MIL-STD-202G; up to 4 GB soldered-on RAM; a wide power input of 8 to 17V, and more.
The board, which is 95 x 125 mm in size, is designed around the industry standard COM-Express footprint and mounting points. This allows for simpler installation and upgrades. It is a board level computer and does not require additional carrier boards, connector boards, or I/O expansion.
Connectivity is provided through a gigabit ethernet, USB, and CAN Bus interface, as well as HDMI and LVDS video support. Mini PCIe socket for expandability is also included in addition to a I2C port, MIPI camera input, audio I/O, SPI, and a 6-axis accelerometer/ magnetometer.
Tetra is supported by VersaAPI, Linux, and Android software support.
You can purchase Tetra online for $599 USD from Digi-Key at:
https://www.digikey.com/product-detail/en/versalogic-corporation/VL-EVK-ARM-AND1/1241-1454-ND/9843475 or you could win one for free if you win this week's raffle, which you can enter below.
Good luck, and we'll see you next week on Dev Kit Weekly.
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