The SOM-AM335x is a System-On-Module, in small 204-pin SODIMM form factor. It features a Texas Instruments Sitara AM335x ARM Cortex-A8 32-bit RISC processor running at up to 1000MHz. It is accompanied by DDR3 and NAND Flash memory, plus small Configuration EEPROM and optional WLAN b/g/n. The AM335x processor integrates a NEON SIMD coprocessor, a dedicated AES encryption hardware and random number generator for your numeric and security needs.
Vast interface options
The module provides a highly configurable set of interfaces like Ethernet, USB 2.0, UARTs, CAN-Bus, I²C, SPI, ADCs and more for various industrial applications. The SoC has many interface options, multiplexed on the connection pins. This results in a lot of available functions, not all usable in the same configuration. The specifications below name the number of functions in a typical configuration, as well as the maximum number usable in special setups.
Development and Operating Systems
A variety of Development und OS options allow a fast entry and quick prototyping. Supported are Buildroot, Debian, ELBE and Yocto as Linux based environments.
Project customers can get support in developing their own carrier board for the target application, using proven designs for interfacing.