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ASUS Tinker Edge T NXP i.MX 8M Google Edge TPU with 1GB RAM and 8GB eMMC

by ASUS
2 063 kr 1 650 kr

ASUS Tinker Edge T has a unique design that allows it to support AI apps. The board features Google Edge TPU and a machine learning accelerator, which is known for higher efficiency levels of higher processing. Additionally, the ML accelerator does not require high power; that’s why it is suitable for building AI apps by integrating various devices. The ASUS Tinker Edge T Board performs much better than the ordinary SBCs. It has a speed of around four Tera Operations Per Second (TOPS); however, it only consumes around 0.5 watts for each computation unit. ASUS Tinker developers state that the Tinker Edge has been specifically improved for TensorFlow Lite, which allows it to compile and run various ML models.

Hardware Specifications of ASUS Tinker Edge T

Processor

Google Edge TPU (NN Processor) ML Accelerator Co-Processor

22 PIN MIPI DSI

One

Quad-Core ARM

Quad-Core ARM NXP i.MX 8M SoC

DDR DRAM

1GB Dual Channel LPDDR4 4th Generation DDR DRAM

HDMI

HDMI with Hardware Ready CEC

LAN

GB LAN RTL8211F-CG

Graphics Processing Unit

GC7000 Lite Graphics

Heatsink

Active

eMMC Storage

8GB eMMC Storage

 

Bluetooth

4.2

Wireless Module

802.11 a/b/g/n/ac Wireless Module

Card Slot

Micro SD (TransFlash Push and Pull) Card Slot (Supports SD 3.0)

Type-C Gen1 OTG USB 3.2

One

Type-A Gen1 USB 3.2

Two

MIPI CSI-2 (24 PIN) Camera

Two

 

·         40 Pin GPIO Pin Header

·         Three PWN

·         Two I2C Bus

·         28 SPIO Pins

·         28 GPIO Pins

·         121 SPI Bus

·         Two UART

·         Two Power Pins (5V)

·         1 Boot Mode Switch

·         New DC Fan Header

compatibility

Debian 9

Operating Temperature

From 0℃ to 50℃

Non-Operating Temperature

From -40℃ to 80℃

Non-Condensing

from 0% to 85%

 

Dimensions

85.5mm x 54mm

 

 

 

Description

The majority of the Single Board Computers have a unique power design compatible with 5V (3A) and 15Watt. This means that the power gets unstable when they connect multiple devices. However, with the Tinker Edge T, this will not be an issue because it has an improved and much better power design and the DC head. It can deliver 45 Watts. It boosts the board’s stability and ensures better performance even if you connect multiple devices. Moreover, the ASUS Tinker Edge T also features a power-protection system that saves the board from potential damage, especially during significant voltage fluctuations.