SOM-5893 is a COM-Express basic pin-out Type 6 module that complies with the PICMG (PCI Industrial Computer Manufacturers Group) COM.0 R2.1 specification. The CPU module comprises a second-generation AMD embedded R-series APU, FCH A77E, and other peripheral chips to provide COM-specific functionalities. The latest AMD APU supports HeteoHSA.
SOM-5893 can support four independent symmetrical displays (LVDS, DDI, and VGA) of up to 4K2K DDI resolution, enabling users to set diverse combinations of simultaneous displays. With a next-generation AMD Radeon HD9000 graphics card, DX11.1 support, OpenCL 1.2, OpenGL 4.2, and a H.264 and MPEG4 decoder, this module offers enhanced media effects and outstanding 3D performance. Built-in high speed I/O ports include USB 3.0 and SATAIII for transmitting big data. The PEG x16 lane with up to Gen3 compliance (8 GT/s bit rate) and 7 PCIe x1 can be configured according to users’ applications via the BIOS Setup utility.
The high performance, embedded platform-level power consumption, and diverse extensions and I/O interfaces of SOM-5893 make it suitable for computing-intensive, thermally sensitive, graphics/media-intensive designs, and I/O-demanding applications.
- AMD R-Series APU Bald Eagle + A77E
- Dual DDR3L-1600 SODIMM sockets up to 16 GB
- Four Independent Displays with outstanding graphics performance
- Plenty high speed interface, PCIe x16 Gen3, SATA Gen3, USB3.0
EMAC is a global leader in system on module and carrier board embedded systems. The System on Module (SoM) is an ideal alternative to custom engineering. With the SoM approach you get the best of aspects of both buying an Off-The-Shelf Embedded Single Board Computer (SBC) and a Custom Engineered solution. With Off-The-Shelf embedded components such as a generic carrier board and SOM module, it is possible to start development on your software applications before the custom carrier board is complete; thus offering a reduced time to market for your system. A System on Module (SoM) is comprised of a small processor module with CPU bus accessibility and standard I/O functionality. The SoM module does not have any connectorization and is designed to be plugged into a Carrier Board.
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