With Arm® NXP i.MX8M Plus Quad-Core Cortex® processors, 8GB onboard DDR4, and a unique I/O, the SRG-IMX8P makes edge-cloud communication more flexible than ever before.
Leveraging its experience in producing innovative IoT solutions, AAEON has announced the newest addition to its IoT Gateway product line with the launch of the
Powered by Arm® NXP i.MX8M Plus Quad-Core Cortex®-A53 and Cortex®-M7 processors, the SRG-IMX8P harnesses the benefits of an integrated neural processing unit capable of producing 2.3 TOPS. Further, the inclusion of the Arm® Cortex®-M7 processor offers real-time calculation functionality to enhance machine learning, drastically reducing visual inferencing time for object detection to just 13ms.
The SRG-IMX8P is also equipped with an industry-leading onboard DDR4L system memory of up to 8GB, 16GB eMMC storage and a Micro SD slot for further system storage expansion.
Differentiating the SRG-IMX8P from its competitors is the inclusion of two USB 3.0, two RJ-45 GbE, and two CAN-FD ports. These features produce the ideal configuration for advanced edge gateway solutions in Industry 4.0 settings such as vehicle assembly and factory automation applications. The USB 3.0 and RJ-45 LAN ports support more sophisticated camera and sensor peripherals, while the CAN-FD slots enable users to transmit and receive sensor data via the SRG-IMX8P’s I/O directly, negating the need for USB-to-CANBus conversion.
To ensure reliable operation across vertical markets, the SRG-IMX8P has a wide operating temperature range of -4 °F ~ 158 °F (-20 °C ~ 70 °C), while also boasting a wide power input range of 9~36V. The system’s wide temperature range makes it deployable in any industrial setting, and its power input range opens the door to in-vehicle application use by allowing for stable operation in environments with fluctuating power supply sources.
The SRG-IMX8P has already entered mass production, and is available for purchase, with pricing dependent on SKU.