SMARC Standard

SMARC Standard

Low power usage
Low-profile design
Dedicated battery management system
Up to 4 display interfaces
Up to 2 Ethernet interfaces
SMARC Compact (3.23 x 1.97 in)
Advantages of the Computer-on-Module Approach
Design investment limited to the carrier board
Consolidated standards
Scalable and future-proof solutions
Long-term availability
ARM and x86 compatibility
Multi-vendor solutions
Highly configurable
Innovative and updatable solutions
Reduced time-to-market
Description

A compact Computer-On-Module standard for projects that require high performance and low power usage. SMARC can support up to 4 display interfaces and 2 Ethernet interfaces.

SMARC-Supported Features

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  1. LEVY (formerly codenamed SM-D18)
    LEVY (formerly codenamed SM-D18)
    SMARC® Rel. 2.1.1 module with NXP i.MX 8M Plus Applications Processors
  2. SWAN (formerly codenamed SM-D16)
    SWAN (formerly codenamed SM-D16)
    SMARC® Rel. 2.1.1 module with NXP i.MX 8X Applications Processors
  3. HALLEY (formerly codenamed SM-C93)
    HALLEY (formerly codenamed SM-C93)
    SMARC® Rel. 2.1.1 module with Intel® Atom® x6000E Series and Intel® Pentium® and Celeron® N and J Series (formerly Elkhart Lake) Processors for FuSa applications
  4. LEXELL (formerly codenamed SM-C12)
    LEXELL (formerly codenamed SM-C12)
    SMARC® Rel. 2.1.1 module with NXP i.MX 8M Applications Processors
  5. RUSSELL (formerly codenamed SM-B71)
    RUSSELL (formerly codenamed SM-B71)
    SMARC® Rel. 2.0 module with Xilinx® Zynq® Ultrascale+™ MPSoC
  6. JAGER (formerly codenamed SM-B69)
    JAGER (formerly codenamed SM-B69)
    SMARC® Rel. 2.1 module with Intel® Atom™ X Series, Intel® Celeron® J / N Series and Intel® Pentium® N Series (formerly Apollo Lake) Processors

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