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SOM with Marvell PXA270 CPU




Windows Embedded CE 6.0 R3

WCE 6.0 R3 is available for the NetDCU11.2. The operating system already installed on the board. After a boot phase of approximately 10s, the board is ready for use. Use the supplied tools configure your display and interfaces. The programming is done with the Visual Studio 2005 in C++, C# or VB.NET. The display driver for NetDCU11 was optimized for the CPU in use and supports Direct 3D Mobile (D3DM). The Flash File System F3S is also available for NetDCU11.

Our FailSafe Flash File System F3S is also available for WCE 6.0.

NetDCU11.2 - Linux

NetDCU11.2 - Windows Embedded CE/Compact

NetDCU11.2 - Display



NetDCU11 TOP windows NDCU11.2-WCE
128MB SDRAM, 64MB Flash, Wolfson Audio/Touch

Link to the Forum

You will always find support in our Forum.

Recent Contributions

18 Sep, 07:51

Backup battery

17 Sep, 12:58

LAN9514 on EfusA9

17 Sep, 07:54

Build error of package QtWebEngine with new release fsimx6-B2019.08

12 Sep, 06:47

Various Problems with Windows 10

10 Sep, 12:08

New Buildroot Release fsimx6-B2019.08

10 Sep, 09:28

Camera (IMX219) with MIPI-CSI on efus

02 Sep, 08:53

Internal Pullups via device tree

29 Aug, 07:04

Builderror of webkitgtk2.24.3 in fsimx6-B2019.08

28 Aug, 11:51

NSPI Interrupt mode.

26 Aug, 12:56

New Yocto Release fsimx6-Y1.0

Description Description
The NetDCU11.2 is another member of the NetDCU family. It can control displays with a resolution of 800 x 600. In addition to standard interfaces such as RS232, LCD, touch and Ethernet, the module also has a CAN 2.0 controller and an audio codec. With the help of the audio codec is a voice over IP (VOIP) connection to another computer possible.   For the integrated CAN controller is a CANOpen stack available. The standard memory of 64MB Flash and 64MB SDRAM is for the most application sufficient. The used ARM9 CPU (PXA270) runs with a clock frequency of 520MHz and can handle more challenging screen displays.