LinkSprite Acadia is powered by i.MX6 Quad. It can adapt to a variety of harsh environments and applications. i.MX6 is based on the ARM Cortex -A9 highly scalable architecture. LinkSprite Acadia has HDMI interface to output its graphic desktop screen. It could support multi-format 2048*1536 display. It targets specially the fast growing demands from the open source community and industry application. LinkSprite Acadia provides easy-to-use tool chains and is compatible with the popular Arduino ecosystem such as Arduino Shields.
|CPU||Freescale Quad ARM Cortex A9 based solution up to 1.2GHz|
|GPU||OpenGL/ES 2. x 3D accelerator with OpenCL EP support and OpenVG 1.1 acceleration|
|Video Output||HDMI 1.4 with HDCP support|
|Arduino extension interface||Arduino sockets, same as Arduino UNO
14xGPIO, 2xPWM, 6xADC, 1xUART, 1xSPI, 1xI2C
|SATA||SATA Host socket|
|USB||2 x USB host, 1xUSB OTG|
|Working Temperature||-20 degree C to +70 degree C|
|Overall Size||4.72″ x 2.56″|
|Programming language support||
Arcadia doesn’t work with the HDMI to VGA or DVI cables that doesn’t have external power supply as the HDMI port cannot provide enough current to power it up.
Note: Acadia powers from the DC barrel port with center positive (5V/2A). Not from the USB port.