- CPU: ARM9 @ 400Mhz on Atmel AT91SAM9G25 SoC
- RAM: 128 or 256 MByte DDR2
- LAN: 10/100 Mbit
- USB: up to 3 host ports:
- one hi-speed host/device
- one hi-speed host
- one full-speed
- UART: up to 6 serial lines
- I2C: up to 2 I2C buses
- SPI: up to 2 SPI buses
- GPIO: up to 60 GPIO lines
- A/D: up to four channel @ 10 bit
- Power supply: single at 3.3 Volt DC
- Consumption: see consumption...
- Line level: TTL 3.3V
- Temperature range: 0-70 °C and -20 +70 °C (-E version)
- Size: 40 x 40 mm (1.57x1.57 inch)
- Weight: 5g
- Pads pitch: 1.27 mm (50 mill)
- PCB layers: 8
- User configurable led on board
- Long term availability
- Boot from external microSD, SD card or serial flash
- RoHS and REACH compliant.
- Low EMI.
- No Acme Systems brand printed on-board.
- Designed and made in Italy
- Reliability parameters:
- Atmel AT91SAM9G25 MTBF (Mean Time Between Failure): 75,131,480 hours
- Crystals MTTF (Mean Time To Failure): 95% = 131,000 hours, 60% = 265,000 hours
- Linux Kernel version 4.4.11
- Linux Debian Jessie 8.4 or Buildroot 2016.02
- Ready to use bootable microSDs from Acme Systems eShop
- Freely downloadable images to generate the bootable SD or microSD cards by yourself
- Fully open source firmware, software environments and toolchains available from Atmel sites, Linux sites and Acme Systems repositories on GitHub
- Freely available tutorial and code examples
- Thousands of Open Source applications available from the Debian or Buildroot repositories
- Almost all programming language available
- C, Python, Perl and PHP already installed on the factory default microSD for in-board development.
Evaluation boards and fast prototyping systems
Software environment and development tools
Aria G25 is designed to boot a Linux Embedded distribution compiled for ARM9 architecure from a
microSD or a SD card.
We propose, by default, a ready-to-use Linux Debian distribution
stored on a microSD card.
Some ready to use bootable microSD cards are available
on the microSD on-line catalog but they can be
generated by yourself from binaries or from the sources following
our tutorials. The basic requirement to do that is to
have a Linux Ubuntu PC.
Thanks to Linux on Aria G25 it is possible to use almost any language. In the
tutorials page are listed a lot of examples to manage the embedded peripherals
in C or Python languages.
The C compiler and the Python interpreter are pre-installed by default on our microSD. A small web server (Lighttpd) and
PHP language interpreter are also installed for the web developers.
More languages, tools, web servers, etc are available from the official
Linux Debian binary repositories for armel architecture
and can be installed in few minutes directly from Internet to your board.