DesignA Electronics - Snapper 9G45

By: Designa Electronics  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Snapper, Peripherals, Audio Codec

The Snapper 9G45 module is built around the Atmel AT91SAM9G45 micro-controller and has a fully-featured system controller.  It incorporates on-board SDRAM and NAND flash storage and an extensive set of features and peripherals, enabling engineers of embedded electronics to design and develop a wide range of products, reducing both time to market and development cost. This SOM offers all of the popular interfaces needed in an embedded This This SOM Snapper 9G45 offers many popular interfaces that are needed in an embedded device; MCI interfaces for data storage, USB Host and Device ports, 100Mbit Ethernet, four serial UARTs, Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI), I2C Interface, Image Sensor Interface (ISI), LCD Controller, integrated stereo audio codec and Real Time Clock (RTC). The module also includes a fully-featured embedded Linux kernel, providing engineers with a wealth of resources for development and support and a comprehensive BSP.  Using Snapper 9G45 in the design and development process is a sure way to help reduce a project’s risk, as the module is fully tested and verified.

Snapper 9G45 Features & Specifications

  • Standard SO-DIMM 200 form factor
  • Atmel AT91SAM9260 with ARM926E-S Thumb processor, running at 400 MHz
  • Embedded Linux 2.6.33 included
  • 128MB SDRAM,1GB NAND flash storage
  • 32/16-bit processor bus
  • 10/100 Ethernet
  • I/O: Up to 40 GPIOs (some IOs may be shared with peripheral functions)
  • USB Interface: USB Host port and USB Device port
  • Serial UARTs: 3 serial UARTs including RTS/CTS flow control, 1 debug 3-wire UART
  • Stereo audio codec (I2S)
  • 2 Multimedia Card Interfaces (MCI)
  • I2C, SPI
  • Image Sensor Interface (ISI)
  • LCD Controller - 1280 x 860
  • Power: 3.3V single input
  • Power consumption: 600mW (typical)
  • Operating Temperature: Commercial or Industrial
  • Weight: 7g; Dimensions: 25mm x 68mm x 5mm

Pricing

Snapper 9G45 is a value driving module. Inidividual modules can be purchased from us for $145 USD. For bulk pricing please contact us to discuss the available options.

For more information about Snapper 9G45, please contact us with information about your application. We can then provide details of the suitability of Snapper 9G45 for your design, and how it might accelerate development and reduce cost.

The information in this article was current at 02 Dec 2011

Keywords: Audio Codec, Peripherals, Snapper, Stereo Audio Codec, Usb Device,

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