Main features

  • Long term availability
  • Microchip AT91SAM9G25 MPU (ARM9@400Mhz)
  • DDR2 RAM 128/256 MB @ 16 bit
  • Boot from external microSD, SD card or serial flash
  • Lan 10/100 Mbit
  • User configurable led on board
  • 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 mils)
  • 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
  • PCB layers: 8
  • RoHS and REACH compliant
  • Low EMI
  • Designed and made in Italy
  • No Acme Systems brand printed on-board

Exposed signals

  • 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

Software features

  • This board is fully supported inside the Linux Kernel main stream http://www.kernel.org. Thanks to this fact it is possible to try also the very latest Kernel releases. On this site we'll release up to the latest longterm versions.
  • All the kernel drivers are fully open source and available directly on the official Linux repository.
  • On the main index is available the step-by-step documentation to install Linux from scratch.
  • Ready-to-use binary images are available on the download page
  • Ready-to-buy-and-use microSDs are also available on our Acme Systems eShop
  • Thousands of open source applications are available from the Debian and Buildroot repositories.
  • ARMHF is the architecture to select for RoadRunner and Acqua boards. ARMEL is the architecture to select for Aria and Arietta boards.
  • Almost all programming languages are available.