The SBC1655 is ideal for mid-range embedded vision applications in a rugged, harsh, environment with limited access to power. Freescale’s i.MX515 ARM Cortex-A8 CPU provides a NEON™ GPU that processes video input from the onboard NTSC/PAL interface, while the Xilinx Spartan-6 FPGA provides additional heavy video processing computations for this multimedia-rich board.
The SBC1655 ships with a factory-installed Linux image in NAND flash plus an SD card with a full build of Linux, including a broad suite of development tools. There is a vision development layer included with the Development Kit that provides access to OpenCV. Users can program the board directly from the command line and use multiple formats of Eclipse for debug.
The SBC1655 includes the features listed above plus dual CAN, real-time clock, watchdog timer,
audio, SATA HDD, and 1-Wire interface. Industrial I/O includes up to 64 differential DIO, two PWM, DAC and/or ADC available through StackableUSB™. The SBC1655 uses minimal power and operates at extended temperatures (-40
to +85) on a 3.5” x 3.5” (PC/104) footprint.
» Write and compile applications on target hardware out of hte box
» Access to GStreamer from the command line
» Ready to use OpenCV library functions in application program
» Find CMOS camera drivers in our growing library
Vision Processing Add-Ons:
» User programmable Spartan-6 FPGA
» Add Xilinx Vision Processing cores using ISE tools
» Use your own IP cores
» Adapt open-source cores
Ready-to-Run Vision Development Kits Available (see Ordering for more details)