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TI debuts OMAP5432 based EVM module for industrial apps

27 May 2013

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Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) recently debut its OMAP5432 processor-based evaluation module (EVM) for high performance industrial applications. The OMAP5432 EVM is based on the dual-1.5GHz ARM Cortex-A15 MPCore, allowing applications to run even faster. TI touts that its latest module will enable easy evaluation and benchmarking for applications demanding high-performance processing and graphics at low power, such as human machine interface (HMI), portable data terminals (PDT), digital signage and medical monitoring end equipment.

The EVM allows access to key interfaces such as Ethernet, USB 3.0, USB 2.0, HDMI, audio I/O and SATA, as well as expansion ports for multiple display and camera options. It hosts power management and thermal management frameworks, which enable fanless operation across a wide variety of applications. The tool is also equipped with a customised, companion power management integrated circuit (PMIC), the TWL6040 audio codec.

To further accelerate evaluation, TI provides customers with key high-level operating systems and real-time operating systems options such as Android, Green Hills Software, Linux and QNX, which are available for download. This broad set of operating systems provides options to customers related to real-time control, safety, robustness and multimedia frameworks to service a wide variety of applications including digital signage, medical monitoring, PDTs, HMIs and motor controls. With all of this flexibility, customers can choose a solution that best fits their needs.

Further information regarding the OMAP5432 processor-based evaluation module (EVM) can be accessed here.

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