Modules Raspberry Pi Compute Module

It is hard to imagine modern electronic devices, embedded systems. High quality touch LCD screens and processors with impressive computing performance equipped with today not only audio and video tools and music controllers, instrumentation, industrial and medical, but even... gum, whether there are vending machines for tickets in public transport. Design of an embedded computer from scratch, but this is no easy task – not least because of the level of skills required for designing signal circuits and tyres a high speed. A great way is to use ready-made module, for example, for this purpose the famous Raspberry Pi Compute Module.

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The developers of the Raspberry Pi Compute Module understand how great enterprise is the development of a new design of an embedded computer. It is necessary to consider integrated circuits with very dense step, mostly only available in BGA. In addition, account should be taken of all the characteristics of the designed schemes, including a particularly high requirements for the conducting paths for high speed signals (e.g., DDR memory), the differential pairs (USB, Ethernet), as well as to know the supply system, the heat or the requirements of the EMC. In addition, there is the question of the compatibility of the individual components, as well as a huge amount of work required to run the operating system on a new hardware platform. So the Raspberry Pi Foundation has announced a series of modules Raspberry Pi Compute Module – that is a miniature "toy". Very they help in the construction of new projects using the computing power of the Raspberry.

Raspberry that lives on Your PCB!

The main principle in the design of the Raspberry Pi Compute Module behavior was complete software compatibility with the main line of products, while simplifying the integration of the computer with the motherboard of the target application. The module has the form of a printed circuit Board with a size of 67,6x31 mm, compatible with 200-pin SODIMM, so just put on a newly designed printed circuit BOARD the corresponding slot and to predict the required number of places. When the output of the power supply and the necessary GPIO and interfaces digital Malina ready to work. And there are plenty to choose from for the latest version of the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3+ provides up to 48 lines of GPIO, and the number of available interfaces may be headed – to your service, in particular, 2 × I2C, 2 × SPI, 2 × UART, HDMI, USB 2.0, or a number of parallel interfaces for camera modules and LCD displays.

The range of modules Raspberry Pi Compute Module in the store Botland

In our offer you will find a range of mini-computers, to install the Raspberry Pi Compute Module, starting with version Lite CM3 and CM3 to the latest SM3+ SM3+ Lite. The first two give at Your disposal a powerful processor BCM2837 with a frequency of 1.2 GHz, 1 GB of RAM, and the version of CM3, also contains 4 GB of non-volatile memory eMMC. In turn, product line CM3+ includes – in addition to the above CPU BCM2837B0 also different size of eMMC memory (8, 16 or 32 GB, although there is also available a version without eMMC).