[time-nuts] RPi/ beagle bone-like computer without video

Graham / KE9H ke9h.graham at gmail.com
Wed Nov 30 22:05:36 EST 2016


If you are going to go battery powered, I would also recommend staying away
from Linux, go with something like a 32 bit PIC32MX or PIC32MZ.  Full
Ethernet stack, RTOS if you need it, can do deep sleep down into the
microamp range when not active.

--- Graham.

On Wed, Nov 30, 2016 at 8:35 PM, Gary Chatters <gcarlistaa at garychatters.com>
wrote:

> There do seem to be a lot of small SBCs out there.  I have used boards from
> Technologic Systems, http://www.embeddedarm.com
> and EMAC, Inc, http://www.emacinc.com
>
> They have numerous models for you to look though.  Some various features:
> - SBC or SoM/CoM on baseboard
> - Various form factors including PC/104
> - Usually with RS-232, USB, GPIO, Ethernet.
> - Many without video.
> - ARM processor
> - Many with industrial temperature range
> - Linux and development environment provided (may not be latest)
> - Lower power then BBB.  One model runs at 0.5 watts.  Many around 1.
>
> Prices generally 2 or 3 x BBB prices.
>
> Gary
>
> On 11/30/2016 03:42 PM, jimlux wrote:
>
>> I'm looking for a small linux single board - similar to RPi or
>> Beaglebone Black, but don't need the HDMI, or video stuff.
>> Preferably without weird connectors, and available for wide temperature
>> ranges (it's for a data logger/collector in the field)
>>
>> What's out there?
>>
>> There's BBB in industrial flavor (-40 to +85C ) for $60-70
>>
>
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