IntroductionThe VAB-820 board combines a 1GHz Freescale Cortex-A9 ARM SoC with a big variety of connectivity options. Freescale SoCs are industry-leading in terms of reliability in harsh environments, for example providing a wide operating temperature range of -20°C ~ 70°C. The VAB-820 has a maximum Total Dissipated Power of less than 7W. Among other areas, this board is great for:
• advanced industrial automation
• energy management
• in-vehicle applications
• surveillance systems
This board packs a lot of connectivity into an ultra-compact Pico-ITX form factor. Graphic output is through either HDMI or dual-channel LVDS connectors, and S-video for capture-in. Supports up to 4 USB 2.0 ports, and USB OTG. Has two COM port pin headers, CANbus, and 8-bit GPIO. Extension is possible by the mini-PCIe slot onboard. Audio can be output through stereo lines or over HDMI.
Software is based on the BSP provided by Freescale, with additional modules created by VIA.
To learn more about this board, you can also check its user manual online.
VIA is one of the very few embedded computing providers that do complete systems besides developer boards, to shorten your time-to-market. The AMOS-820 rugged and fanless system is based on this board, if you prefer not to make your own enclosure and mounts.
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