Mouser Electronics, Inc., the authorised global distributor with the newest semiconductors and electronic components, has announced a global distribution agreement with Inforce Computing, Inc., a leading provider of modular embedded computing platforms and solutions. Through the agreement, Mouser is now stocking Inforce system-on-modules (SoMs) and single-board computers (SBCs) that feature Qualcomm Snapdragon processors.
Based on the Snapdragon 410E processor, the Inforce 6301 micro-SOM features exceptional edge processing, extended temperature grade, and ability to deploy at scale, making it an ideal Internet of Things (IoT) platform for asset tracking, automation, drones, and robotics. The Inforce 6301 Development kit includes an Inforce 6301 micro-SOM, evaluation carrier board, power adapter, Micro-USB cable, acrylic base, and support for Linaro Debian or Ubuntu Linux and Android OS.
The Inforce 6601 micro-SOM, powered by a 64-bit quad-core Snapdragon 820 processor, is tailored for mobile processing technologies to next-generation embedded applications. Targeting designs that require 4K HEVC video and graphics processing, ultra-low power consumption, and Arm v8 CPU performance, the Inforce 6601 enables access to a wide range of the Snapdragon 820 processor’s full set of inputs and output (I/O) interfaces. The Inforce 6601 Development kit includes an Inforce 6601 micro-SOM, carrier board, power adapter, Micro-USB cable, acrylic base, and support for Android 8.
The Inforce 6309 micro-SBC is based on the powerful 64-bit Snapdragon 410 processor. The credit card-sized (54 mm × 85 mm) board is an application-ready platform that delivers a rich set of I/Os and unique features, such as dual MIPI-CSI cameras, support for an extended operating temperature range of minus 30 to 85 degree Celsius, and LVDS displays. The Inforce 6309 starter kits include the micro-SBC, power adapter, Micro-USB cable, and acrylic base.
The high-performance Inforce 6640 SBC is based on the Snapdragon 820 processor and offers memory options such as 4 Gbytes of LPDDR4, 64 Gbytes of Universal Flash Storage (UFS), and a MicroSD card interface. With Dual MIPI-DSI, HDMI, 4K HEVC video capture and playback, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and Gigabit Ethernet, the SBC provides a robust experience for graphics-heavy and compute-intense applications such as augmented and virtual reality, medical devices, IoT devices, video collaboration, and gaming. The 6640 SBC is also available with a development kit that consists of a power adapter, USB cable, and acrylic base.
To learn more, visit www.mouser.com/inforce-computing.