iMX6 SOM for Embedded Applications – System on Module – iMX6, iMX7

iMX6: iWave Systems offers i.MX6 system on modules in various form factors for wide range of embedded applications. The standard Qseven compatible SOM and the size optimised SODIMM SOM module finds its suitability in several novel applications and adapted by many customers for general embedded applications in the past four years.

The SOM is field proven and heavily adapted for applications such as process control equipment’s, data loggers, remote administration devices, point of sale, weighing scales, signage systems, HMI panels, health care monitoring, streaming devices, video surveillance, vehicle information systems, access control devices, energy management and smart appliances.

iMX6 Module: i.MX6 Series Processors – NXP


The i.MX6 modules are available for long term 10 years support and supported both in commercial and industrial grade operating temperature. The various i.MX6 CPU versions such as i.MX6 Quad, Dual, Dual lite, Solo, Ultralite, ULL are supported by iWave systems.

The SOM supports 512MB RAM for i.MX6 Solo version and 1GB RAM for other i.MX6 CPU versions by default. The RAM upgradation up to 2GB for i.MX6 Solo SOM and up to 4GB for other i.MX6 CPU based SOMs are available. 4GB eMMC Flash is supported by default which can be upgraded up to 128GB. iWave accepts / supports the custom RAM and Flash configurations with the minimum order quantity.

iMX6 Support on Linux, Android and Windows Embedded Compact 7

iWave Systems provides the development kits for its various i.MX6 SOMs with Linux, Android and Windows Embedded Compact 7 BSP support. iWave Systems is an expert in embedded systems and engineering services. iWave Systems, profoundly known for its genuine embedded solution offerings spanning from system on moduels to fully integrated systems, announced the availability of Windows Embedded Compact 7 reference BSP for iWave’s i.MX6 platform named iW-Rainbow G15D besides the existing Linux & Android BSP versions.

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