(PRWEB) February 5, 2007
Strategic Test has announced availability of the TRITON Development Kit-4 (TDK-4) based on the Marvell XScale PXA320 processor. The TDK-4 is supplied with both Microsoft Windows CE 6.0 and Linux 2.6.17 at a competitive price of only 2900 Euro.
The Kit allows early adopters of the new processor to rapidly climb the steep learning curves that can be associated with the adoption of brand new microcontrollers. The core of the TDK-4, the TRITON-320 SODIMM module, can be directly designed into new systems enabling fast time to market.
The TDK-4 module uses the 806 MHz TRITON-320 processor, 128 MB SDRAM and 64 MB Flash memory.
The TDK-4 is a complete development solution that includes:
a 6″ x 4″ carrier board
TRITON-320 806 MHz PXA320 SODIMM module (128 MB SDRAM and 64 MB Flash memory) preloaded with Linux or WinCE
software CD with operating systems and tools
comprehensive manual that contains the carrier board schematics
cables and 220/110 VAC power supply adaptor
12 months technical support with free software updates
The carrier board includes:
socket for TRITON-320 SODIMM
UCB1400 CODEC and touchscreen controller
Compact Flash and SD/MMC socket
10/100 Mbps Ethernet
three RS232 and a JTAG interface
LCD and VGA connectors
a wide range 5V to 40VDC power supply that is protected against in-vehicle transients.
Price of the TRITON Development Kit-4 is 2900 Euro with both Linux and Windows CE 6.
About Strategic Test
With offices in Woburn (MA) USA and Stockholm Sweden, Strategic Test is one of the leading suppliers of PXA270 and PXA255 Development Kits and SODIMM modules worldwide.
The company released the world’s first PXA255 embedded CPU module in 2002 and followed this with the first and smallest PXA270 modules in 2004. The company also offers custom design services.
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Caption: Strategic Test releases PXA320 Hardware Reference Platform
For further information please contact:
Strategic Test Corporation
12 Alfred Street, Suite 300
Woburn, MA 01801-1915
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