May 12, 2017 -- MYIR has released its high-performance, cost-effective NXP i.MX 6UltraLite / 6ULL based ARM Cortex-A7 single board computer MYS-6ULX, especially designed to target Industry 4.0 (Industrie 4.0) and Internet of Things (IoT) applications. Measuring only 70mm by 55mm, the MYS-6ULX has DDR3, Nand Flash, USB, Ethernet, TF, LCD and more other core components and peripheral interfaces integrated on the tiny board. Furthermore, it has two 2.0mm pitch 2x20-pin headers on board to bring out as many as signals for user extensions.
The MYS-6ULX single board computer has MYS-6ULX-IND and MYS-6ULX-IOT two different models, which are respectively for Industry 4.0 and IoT applications. The two boards share the same hardware circuit design and arefully compatible in software. The MYS-6ULX-IND is built around the i.MX 6UL processor family and can support -40 to +85 Celsius extended temperature operation, which makes the board more suitable for industrial control and communication applications. The MYS-6ULX-IOT is based on the i.MX 6ULL processor family and has additionally a USB based WiFi module with antenna on the board. MYIR has ported Linux 4.1.15 for the board with Debian distribution as well as Yocto project with ported QT. MYIR has also provided an interesting demo to enable customers to experience Amazon Alexa Voice Service . Additionally, MYIR will offer optional LCD modules, camera modules and expansion base board to add functionality to the boards.
MYIR offers ultra-low cost for the boards, pricing at $26.8/pc for MYS-6ULX-IND and only $24.8/pc MYS-6ULX-IOT.
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