Sitara AM62 processors from TI boast a low-power design that supports dual displays, 3D graphics acceleration, and small HMI applications. TI says that AM62 processors can reduce power consumption in industrial applications by as much as 50% compared to competing devices, allowing an application powered by AA batteries to remain on for over 1,000 hours. Deep sleep mode at <5 mW extends battery life, while active power of <1.5 W is made possible by a core voltage of 0.75 V.
Based on up to four 64-bit Arm Cortex-A53 cores, the AM62 processors bring low-cost analytics to HMI devices by enabling basic camera-based image processing and edge AI functions, such as detecting and recognizing objects. They also support Mainline Linux and Android operating systems, as well as wired and wireless connectivity.
Industrial-grade Sitara AM62 processors come in 13×13-mm, 425-pin FCCSP BGA packages and can meet the AEC-Q100 automotive standard in a 17.2×17.2-mm package. Samples are available on request. An AM62 starter kit evaluation module is available for $149.
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