NPi i.MX6ULL Linux SBC NAND Version Development Board
Seeed's development board is a high-performance and power-efficient processor with a frequency of up to 800 MHz
Seeed's i.MX6ULL Arm® Cortex®-A7 processor is a high-performance and power-efficient processor with a frequency of up to 800 MHz. The NPi i.MX6ULL dev board is a low power consumption Linux single-board computer built around the powerful i.MX6ULL. It features an onboard 512 MB DDR3L and 8 GB eMMC, as well as rich interfaces and I/O resources.
Additionally, Seeed provides a wealth of software resources and a variety of Pi HATs (hardware attached on top), kernel, and an application layer, allowing users to put their favorite Pi HAT directly into this board to use. Most of SeeedStudio Pi HATs can work with NPi i.MX6ULL Dev Board (except ReSpeaker 6-Mic Circular Array Kit for Raspberry Pi and ReSpeaker 4-Mic Linear Array Kit for Raspberry Pi). Users can also use Seeed’s Grove base Pi HAT to prototype whatever they like with Grove modules. The latest software updates can be found on GitHub.
The entire board is made up of a core module and a breakout board and industrial-grade components. The core module is comprised of the i.MX6ULL core, 512 MB DDR3L, and 8 GB eMMC (or 256 MB NAND Flash). Depending on the Flash, the NPi i.MX6ULL Dev Board can be divided into two different versions.
- MX6 ULL
- Onboard SD slot
- USB Type-C®
- Industrial controls
- Programmable real-time clocks
- Smart homes