FOX Board LX832 - Legacy Linux Embedded SBC

FOX Board LX832 is our legacy Linux embedded board still in production since 2006
This product is mantained on our catalog just for the customers which use for a long time and don't need anymore our support so please note that we are not able to support this board.

The FOX Board LX832
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Software features

KernelUp to version 2.6.19
ServerHTTP (WEB), FTP, SSH, TELNET
DriverUSB Pen driver, FTDI and PROLIFIC USB to Serial Converter
SDKFully Open Source and freely downloadable Software Development Kit
LanguageC, C++, PHP, PYTHON, etc

Hardware Features

Size66 x 72 mm (2.6 x 2.8 inches)
Cpu100MIPS Axis ETRAX 100LX
32 bit, RISC, 100MHz
Memory8MB FLASH 32MB RAM
PowerSingle power supply
5 Volt 280mA (1 watt)
Ports1 Ethernet (10/100 Mb/s)
2 USB 1.1
1 serial console port
Extension2 extension sockets with IDE, SCSI, serial lines, parallel ports, I/O lines, I2C bus interface
Weight37 gr
Temperature range0-70 °C
FOX Board runs a real Linux operating system (not a uC Linux) on an ETRAX 100LX microprocessor, a 100MIPS RISC CPU made by Axis Communications.

FOX Board has two main field applications:

  • As a stand alone device to build a micro web server or other network devices as proxy, router, firewall, etc.
  • As a core engine to plug onto the PCB of a user application board instead of a simple microcontroller.

Two USB 1.1 host interfaces can be connected to USB memory stick, hard disk, webcam, modem, Wi-Fi or Bluetooth dongle, ADSL adapter, Serial converter, etc.

Through the 10/100 ethernet interface it is possible to have access to the internal Web server, FTP server, SSH, Telnetd and the complete TCP/IP stack.

Two 40 pins sockets step 2.54mm (0.1") are available to plug the board on application specific carrier or add-on boards (See: ). On these pins are available a lot of signals as explained below.


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FOX Board LX832 is powered with an
ETRAX 100LX microprocessor made by

The world wide leader on
network cameras and printer servers
http://www.axis.com

Documentation

Price and ordering informations

Buy the FOX Board LX directly from our eShop section.

Parts

Extension sockets


Extension socket lines
Default pinout configuration
On either side of the Fox board it is possible to solder two 20x2 pin strip connectors step 2.54mm (0.1") to put the FOX Board over an application board or move signals to another board using normal 40 pin flat cables.

A lot of peripherals can be connected to the FOX Board using these signals and hardware adapters when needed:

  • Up to 48 general purpose I/O (**)
  • Up to 3 asynch serial ports (**) (***)
  • I2C bus
  • Up to 2 parallel ports or 1 wide parallel port (**)
  • Up to 4 IDE ports (8 peripherals) (**)

See the techinical documentation available on the documentation index to know more.

All the signal lines on the extension sockets need mechanical and/or electrical adapters to be used.
(*) With no usb or other devices connected
(**) Not all the signals on the extension sockets can be used at the same time. The peripheral signals configuration depends on Kernel setup and line assignments.
(***) The serial ports on Axis are four: 1 asynchronous port is already used as console (/dev/ttyS0) and it is not available on the extension sockets but only on the console connector J10; 1 other port (/dev/ttyS1) is in common with the USB1 port, the other 2 ports are completely available (/dev/tty2 and /dev/tty3). One of these can be configured also as RS485 or synchronous.

FOXLX832
EUR 159.00


FOX Board LX832

Historical FOX Board version based on Axis Communications ETRAX 100LX microprocessor. The available quantity depends on how many chips are still available in the end-of-life products market.

Please note:

  • this is a brand new board built in Acme Systems during this year (2013) and not an used part so it is covered by a one year warranty (Terms & Conditions)
  • don't use this product for new design because we can't ensure product continuity
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