CPU
CPU Name i.MX 8MQuad Core
CPU Type x4 Cortex-A53 + x1 Cortex-M4F
CPU Cores 4
CPU Clock (Max) 1.5GHz
Memory & Storage
RAM 2GB LPDDR4 (Up to 4GB)
eMMC 16GB (Up to 128GB)
Multimedia
2D/3D Graphics Acceleration GC7000Lite
Video Encode / Decode 4Kp60, h.265 and VP9
Camera Interfaces 2x MIPI CSI
Display Connections
HDMI v2.0 4k@60
LVDS N/A
RGB N/A
MIPI DSI x1 4-Lane (1080p60)
Networking Connections
Ethernet 10/100/1GB
WiFi + Bluetooth 802.11ac + BT5.0 Certified (QCA9377)
Audio Interfaces
Headphone x1 (WM8960)
Microphone x1
Amplifier 2W (1W per channel)
Connectivity Ports
I2C x3
SPI x1
UART x2 RS-232 + 2x UART
USB x4 USB 3.0
SATA N/A
RTC x1 + battery
PCIe x2 (Gen2 1-lane each)
JTAG x1
CAN N/A
PCB Specifications
Dimensions (L x W) 87mm x 136.7mm
Miscellaneous Specifications
Temperature Rating 0-70C (-40 – +85C optional)
Power Supply 5V

Boundary Devices offers industry leading OS development and support to help customers get to market quickly and efficiently. Because we only design i.MX based hardware, we are able to optimize our OS development and provide the most up-to-date operating system versions available.

All of our Nitrogen SBCs and SOMs support a variety of OS options frequently requested in the embedded design space. Supported OS include:

Android
All of the boards in our Nitrogen6 and Nitrogen8 families support Android. Our internal development team works hard to ensure the latest version is available for development.
Linux
We have developed a variety of Linux OS available for our boards including the latest releases of Yocto, Ubuntu, Buildroot, and Debian.
FreeRTOS
Nitrogen boards that feature a processor with ARM Cortex-M4 support FreeRTOS

Information on set-up and image download links can be found on our Software Wiki or by contacting our support team at Support@boundarydevices.com.

Boundary Devices does not support application development. However, we are partners with a variety of 3rd party application development companies, including a global partnership with Qt. You can find our list of partners on our Partners page.

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