TQ Embedded TQMa28 Minimodule

TQMa28 MinimoduleThe TQMa28L Minimodule is the TQMa28 variant without a connector and is directly soldered with the baseboard. The BGA module has been developed especially for use in high-volume projects. Due to the high level of integration, it is extremely space- and cost-saving. This enables an easy and cost-effective baseboard development. The BGA module is based on the i.MX28 with an Arm926® core with up to 454 MHz. The module is best suited for smart metering and for easy visualization and control applications. The module is Software compatible to the TQMa28. All the processor’s functional pins are on the BGA pins. Note about the ordering information: Further variants are available on request.

Features

Arm9™ with i.MX28

  • Low power consumption (typ. 1 W)
  • Compact dimensions
  • IEC 61850 Stack
  • Extended temperature range
  • 2x IEEE1588 Ethernet (L2 Switch)

Block Diagram

Technical Specifications

Ordering Information

TQMa28-AA

i.MX287 @ 450 MHz, 128 MB DDR2, 8 GB eMMC flash, 64-kbit EEPROM, -25°C…+85°C

TQMa28-AC

i.MX287 @ 450MHz, 8 GB e-MMC, 128 MB DDR2, 64 kB EEPROM, Boot EEPROM, -40°C…+85°C

TQMa28-AD

i.MX287 @ 450MHz, 8 GB e-MMC, 128 MB DDR2, 64 kB EEPROM, Boot EEPROM, -25°C…+85°C

TQMa28-AE

i.MX287 @ 450MHz, 8 GB e-MMC, 128 MB DDR2, 64 kB EEPROM, Boot EEPROM, Supervisor 5V,
-25°C…+85°C

TQMa28-AF

i.MX287 / 454MHz, 8GB eMMC-Flash, 256MB DDR2-SDRAM, 64kB EEPROM, Boot-EEPROM (-25 - +85°C)

STKa28-AA

STKa28 (Eval Kit) with TQMa28-AA, i.MX287/450 MHz, 128 MB DDR2, 8 GB eMMC flash, 64-kbit EEPROM, 1x RS232, 1x RS485, GPIO 4x IN/ 8x OUT, 2x CAN 2.0 B isol., 2x USB 2.0 HOST, 2x ETH 10/100, Stereo Out, Mono Mic In, RTC, Temperature sensor, Reset button, SD interface, Power Supply, 2 GB SD card, Z-Modem Cable

STKDT070-AA

7“ Touch-Display, WVGA 800 x 480, 300 cd, Touchpen, Cable set

Starter kit STKa28

The core of the STKa28 is the TQMa28 with an ARM® 9 CPU. The components contained in the starter kit constitute a modular system enabling you to develop your own product ideas. Development of graphic interfaces can be started immediately using a TQ display kit which is adjusted for a starter kit. To develop
your own hardware you can use the certified and qualified circuit components of the starter kit in your own designs.

Other configurations on request

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