FOX Board G20 is a ready-to-use low cost Linux embedded Single Board Computer designed to reduce the time to market of your Linux embedded applications
FOX Board G20 is Single Board Computer built around the ARM9@400Mhz Atmel CPU AT91SAM9G20.
The main fields of application are:
Thousands of ready-to-run applications can easily be installed on the FOX Board G20 thanks to
the Debian Linux distribution and its huge application repository.
Visit the FOX Board G20 technical documentation page to have access to hardware and software tutorials, examples of application, schematics, development software, etc.
Two 40 pin sockets pitch 2.54mm are available to plug the board on specific application carriers or add-on boards. On these pins 3.3 Volt signals are available which can be used to implement RS232/RS485/RS422, I2C, SPI, GPIO, A/D and PWM interfaces.
A fast prototyping cabling system is also available to realize your end-user devices without without using the soldering iron or designing any custom board (Read more...).
(*) the microSD card memory is optional
(**) the lithium backup battery for RTC is optional
FOX Board G20 is a "ready-to-run" Embedded Linux System perfect to use as a solid state WEB server or as a core engine for your embedded appliances.
A fully Open Source environment is available to customize and build your own kernel image or to develop user applications using standard GNU tools. Version with Atmel AT91SAM9G20 with 256KB of FLASH memory, 64MB of RAM and up to 16GB of microSD.
FOXG20 needs some extra accessories in order to be operative:
An evalution kit with all the accessories you need to get started with FOX Board G20 is available on-line on this link: COMBO-2.
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Basic starter kit with all the hardware you need to get started with the FOX Board G20 Linux Embedded Single Board Computer
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