Our TM1 offers high performance, long life, low power consumption and low cost in a tiny module.
The TM1 features a NXP iMX6 ARM Cortex A9 processing core with a flexible clocking scheme from 24MHz up to 1GHz. This flexibility makes the TM1 suitable for running high level operating systems like Ubuntu Linux and Android Lollipop, or running bare metal applications that only require lower performance and the lowest power consumption.
Maximising battery life and reducing standby power requirements are often important requirements for a processor module. The TM1 is designed to operate from a 2.9 volts to 3.3. volt power supply making it ideally suited for battery operation. Dynamic frequency and voltage scaling (DVFS) are supported on the module to reduce power consumption wherever possible. TM1 also supports ultra low power states while retaining its memory contents.
The TM1 is designed to be low cost and be a true embedded platform with long life. TM1 uses a single high reliability connector to connect to your host board. The Wi-Fi and Bluetooth is implemented to reduce the cost of R&TTE testing. Typically only a four layer PCB is required for the carrier board thereby keeping the cost of your product as low as possible.
The TM1 uses the NXP iMX6 processor which has a very long life. Our TM1 module family will be available for at least 10 years.
Small Form Factor
Measuring just 42mm x 30mm x 5.3 mm the TM1 is incredibly small and easy to integrate into the tightest enclosures.
The TM1 is ideal for today and tomorrow’s product designs. It provides Wi-Fi (802.11 a/b/g/n 2.4Ghz & 5GHz), Bluetooth (4.1, BLE 4.0) and Ethernet together with an array of LCD, UART, USB Device, USB Host, SPI, I2C, SDIO, camera,I2S, S/PDIF and GPIO interfaces.
The TM1 excels in headless (no display) and LCD applications. If you are interested in the TM1 together with an LCD and bezel please check out our range of host boards and LCDs for the TM1 in our Beta section.