Based on a Silicon Labs EFM32HG Cortex M0+ @25 MHz with 64KB Flash and 8KB SRAM. It's ideal for educative robotics and low cost applications.
It is a CIAA for High Performance Computing applications, such as vision systems and image processing. It's based on the powerful FPGA Xilinx Zynq-7030.
Similar to the CIAA-NXP, but including a SD Memory Slot and an ARM Cortex-M4 @150 MHz Freescale microprocessor with a 512 KB Flash and a 128 KB SRAM.
Includes a SoC AM3358 Cortex-A8 @1GHz with 4GB Flash and 512MB RAM DDR3, an LPC54114 Cortex-M4F/M0+ @100 MHz and Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB, I2C interfaces.
This model is based on a PIC32MZ @200 MHz processor with 2MB Flash and 512 KB SRAM. It has a connectors designed to be compatible with the CIAA-NXP.
Designed for railway, aeronautical and medical equipment, it is based on a Texas Instrument's RM48L952 Dual Core ARM Cortex-R4F processor.
New CIAA models are being developed constantly, using the KiCad free software, supported by CERN, the biggest physics institute of the world.
Most of the CIAA models are commercially available and can be bought online. Follow this link to learn how to buy them.
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