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TypeExpansion BoardType describe the type of the device if it is board or kit.
Supported Device TechnologyMicrocontrollerSupported Device Technology describes the technology that development used for such as ( FPGA, LED Driver, ADC,.).
RAM Size1MBRAM Size describes the size of Random Access Memory as in format (Mb | Kb | 128Kx16).
USB1USB is Universal Serial Port and this feature refers to the number of USB supported by the device.
CAN1CAN describes the Controller Area Network (CAN) protocol is a serial communication protocol originally developed by Robert Bosch for use in serial communication networks in vehicles.
SPI1SPI describes the Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) is similar to the SCI, although it is used to communicate synchronously over shorter distances at up to 4 Mbit/s.
Operating SystemsYocto LinuxOperating Systems describes the software program or set of programs that mediate access between physical devices (such as a keyboard, mouse, monitor, disk drive or network connection) and application programs (such as a word processor, World-Wide Web browser or electronic mail client).
JTAG SupportNoJTAG Support describes the IEEE standard for boundary scan technology. A standard specifying how to control and monitor the pins of compliant devices on a printed circuit board.
Audio InterfacesNoAudio Interfaces describe the interfaces take all the various audio inputs and convert them into digital audio data.
LinuxYocto LinuxLinux describes if the device supports Linux operating system or not and its supported versions.
Daughter CardsNoDaughter Cards describe if the toolkit have capability to expand there functions using external cards.
Board to Board Connector: 2 x 70-pin AVX connectors
Controller Area Network (CAN): For use in applications employing the CAN serial communication physical layer in accordance with the ISO 11898 standard
Gyroscope: 3-Axis Angular Rate Sensor
Width: 96 mm W
Length: 50 mm L
Processor: ARM Cortex-M4 Microcontroller
Product Family: Overo
PWM: 8xPWM Outputs for Motor Control
USB Console Port: Included
USB Host: Included
Development Kits and Tool Detail
Dev Kit Description
AeroCore 2 Expansion Board for DragonBoard 410C is a more advanced version of the existing Gumstix AeroCore 2 baseboard for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and micro-aerial vehicles (MAVs) uses Arrow’s DragonBoard 410C SBC for its brain control. The combo offers a powerful Linux and Android compatible computer, and a MIPI-CSI-2 camera connector along with a connector for a NimbeLink LTE radio.
The 11.5 x 6.65cm AeroCore 2 for Dragonboard 410C runs the open source Nuttx RTOS real-time-task-oriented microcontroller on an ST Microelectronics STM32F427 microconroller (MCU), based on a 168MHz Cortex-M4 core.
The MCU supports low-level machine controls and sensors, while high-level Linux programs running on the DragonBoard 410c manage mission intelligence, including visuals. AeroCore MAV controllers support integration with open source projects like Robot Operating System (ROS), APM-based PX4, and PX4-compatible projects such as QGroundControl and MAVLink.
The new NimbeLink LTE connector supports NimbeLink Skywire LTE modules, which use Digi’s tiny XBee form-factor for wireless devices, and are capable of transmitting data to a laptop.
The new MIPI-CSI-2 serial camera connector supports HD cameras, such as the Raspberry Pi Camera and supports GPS, but the receivers cost extra. Gumstix recommends its Pre-Go series of u-blox NEO 7P GPS/GLONASS receivers, such as the $79 Gumstix Pre-Go Precise Point Positioning GPS receiver. Like the original AeroCore 2, there’s also a Spektrum DSM-2 remote connector for RF support.
The AeroCore 2 for DragonBoard is further equipped with dual micro-USB ports, eight PWMs, three UARTs, I2C and SPI headers, a CAN header, and a 9-axis IMU motion sensor with altimeter and barometer.
Dev Kit Features
AeroCore 2 Expansion Board for DragonBoard 410C specs
Specifications listed for the AeroCore 2 Expansion Board for DragonBoard 410C include:
Processor — ST Microelectronics STM32F427 (1x Cortex-M4 @ 168MHz)
Memory — 128KB non-volatile FRAM
5-pin GPS header
Spektrum DSM-2 Remote Connector
NimbeLink LTE connector
2x micro-USB ports (1x for MCU, 1x for DragonBoard)
3x UART headers with USB-UART bridge
2x I2C headers
Octal PWM header (8x PWM)
15-pin CSI-2 camera connector
Other features — 9-axis internal motion sensor; altimeter; barometer; buzzer; tactile switches; LEDs
Dimensions — 11.5 x 6.65cm
Operating system — Nuttx; Linux or Android run on connected DragonBoard 410c