High Performance, Low-Power Based on Snapdragon 410/410E

The 3rd in Inforce Computing’s Snapdragon family of processor-based embedded computing platforms, the Inforce 6309 Micro SBC, is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 410/410E application processor (APQ8016 / APQ8016E) with quad-core ARMv8 Cortex-A53 CPUs. Features include support for WiFi/BLE, GPS, HDMI displays, dual-MIPI-CSI cameras, GbE ports, LVDS, and optional PoE and RS485 interfaces. With robust support for an upstream Linux kernel (Linaro) and Android (Lollipop), coupled with extended operating temperature and long lifecycle, the 54 x 85 mm SBC, complete with heatsink, EMI shielding and RTC, is suited for industrial applications such as industrial automation, IoE, digital signage, smart infrastructure and retail.

The plug-and-play development kit provides industrial IoE system designers instant access to the compute power, comprehensive I/O and connectivity of the Snapdragon SoC. Priced at $136, the full Inforce 6309 Micro SBC development kit includes the micro SBC, power adapter, microUSB cable and acrylic base. Commercial production SKUs are available with different combination of features for OEMs with prices starting at $85 each/small quantities.

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