It measures 8.5cm x 5.6cm, and as well as two 10/100M Ethernet ports, and a USB Type-A port for connectivity, there is 40-pin GPIO.
With its relatively advanced MPU, Seeed suggests possible applications include integrating with screens for charging stations, HMI terminals, or industrial use. In terms of power, there is PoE through Ethernet or power supply through USB Type-C. The board supports the Yocto/Buildroot operating systems.
You can read more here.
“With its versatile connectivity options, this single-board computer is an excellent choice for users who require multiple connections. It offers two 10/100M Ethernet ports, ETH0 supports WoL function, a USB Type-A port, a CSI 30p FPC Connector, and an LCD 40p FPC Connector. Additionally, it features a 40-pin GPIO that provides fast data transfer, making it ideal for users who require efficient data transfer.”
It’s features are described below:
|Processor||32-bit Arm Cortex-A7 STM32 MPU|
|Operating System||Yocto, Buildroot|
|Connectivity||2x 10/100M Ethernet ports, ETH0 supports WoL function,
1x USB Type-A,
1x CSI 30p FPC Connector,
1x LCD 40p FPC Connector,
40-pin RPI compatible GPIO
|Storage||Kingston 4Gb DRAM,
additional TF card holder for up to 32GB
|Power Supply||PoE through Ethernet,
power supply through Type-C
|Bare Board Dimension||85x56x17mm|
|Board Weight||G.W 36g|
The Odyssey-STM32MP135D SBC priced at $34.99.
— Seeed Studio (@seeedstudio) August 21, 2023
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