Together with new technologies, products and every day wdrażanymi standards, all a community of enthusiasts and professionals need new solutions that will help them to quickly and efficiently implement their projects. One response to the increasingly high demands of users embedded systems minikomputer Sparky – circuit Board the size of a credit card, which can play the role as independent of the computer base for projects, electronic games, and many other applications. The Sparky project is an open-source, supported by a large community of users embedded systems and is a very good solution for IoT technologies. In offer we also have additions in the form of extension modules for Sparky.
Minicomputer Sparky with a powerful processor ARM Cortex A9 quad-core 32-bit 1.1 GHz. The board has 1GB of DDR3 RAM, built-in Gigabit Ethernet port, HDMI 2.0 1080p/60 Hz, 2 x USB 2.0, 1 x USB 3.0 ports, 40 GPIO connector for a microSD card, IR receiver, eMMC connector and 50-pin telecom. It works with Linux or Android. The device is...
Sound card for Sparky and Raspberry with two converters of C/A PCM5142 with a built-in DSP processor. It has 4 outputs which can work in the 2.0, 2.1 or 2.2 system (with or without subwoofer). Programming of the outputs is made via the appropriate application.
Pad, type hat, for Raspberry Pi version 3B+ / 3B / 2B with RCA connectors. System DAC used in high quality device, running in master mode, provides the highest-quality sound. The device has a very small deviation of the jitter.
Galvanic isolation between minicomputer and DAC sound card in the form of shield for the Raspberry Pi and Sparky, it works with Boss DAC and other converters digital-analog. It works in master and slave mode of the DAC shields. Lines I2C and GPIO were isolated. We recommend you to use LiFePO4 battery, isolator is supplied with the...
Shield, Hat type for Raspberry Pi with RCA and BNC connector. It is used in high quality device, system DigiOne with the S/PDIF interface. System used in device has a resolution of 24-bits, it runs at a frequency of 192 kHz. The device features a very small deviation of jitter and low noise. The device has galvanic isolation.
From the hardware Sparky is based on a Quad-core ARM Cortex A9 CPU frequency of 1.1 GHz. DDR3L onboard memory is 1 GB. Responsible for the graphics module PowerVR SGX544. Connecting an external monitor allows HDMI-MIPI. Built-in Ethernet port provides data transfer speeds of 10/100 Mbps. Furthermore, the design of Sparky offers popular in other systems built-in interfaces such as 40-pin GPIO connector, a card reader microSD, 24-pin connector for camera with 5 MP resolution, 34-pin connector for the LCD display, a USB 3.0 port and two USB 2.0 OTG. Aboard Sparky, you will also find the IR receiver, a slot for memory cards and eMMC 50-pin Telecom.
Minikomputer Sparky characterizes great flexibility – the same modules and accessories designed for the Raspberry Pi can also connect to Sparky. The store Botland available extensions, is designed specifically for Sparky (also compatible with Raspberry Pi). Among them you will find plates, audio amplifiers, sound cards and other external devices. Sparky is not inferior to its contemporary functionality, the main computers of the PC class. It can run on Linux and Android. This is one of the best choices for prototypowaniu new projects, including IoT.