MEMS and Sensors

Newark now carrying BeagleY-AI SBC

03 April 2024
The BeagleY-AI single board computer can be used for robotics, HMIs, test and measurement, factory automation and intelligent visions. Source:

The latest single board computer (SBC), the BeagleY-AI, is now available from Newark, a division of Avnet.

The SBC is designed to allow users to develop artificial intelligence (AI)-based devices for robotics, factory and building automation, test and measurement, medical technology, human-machine interfaces (HMIs) and intelligent vision. The BeagleY-AI has the computing power to develop tasks like image classification, object detection, semantic segmentation and others.

The BeagleY-AI includes the Texas Instruments’ AM67A system-on-chip (SoC) that includes a quad-core 64-bit Arm Cortex-A53 CPU, dual general purpose digital signal processor (DSP), Arm Cortex-R5 subsystem, GPU and video and vision accelerators.

Other features of the developer board include:

  • 4GB LPDDR4 memory
  • MicroSD card socket
  • Board identifier EEPROM
  • Three simultaneous displays: microHDMI, OLDI with touchscreen support, MIPI-DSI with touchscreen support
  • 3-pin JST-SH console UART
  • 10-pin TAG-CONNECT JTAG header
  • PCI-Express Gen3
  • USB-C device port
  • 40-pin expansion header

Additionally, the BeagleY-AI SBC is compatible with a range of existing accessories to expand the functionality to like power over Ethernet (PoE), NVMe storage and 5G connectivity.

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