Multi-display controller board

  • 21-Jan-2015 03:45 EST

The CC10S multi-display controller board from MEN Micro is based on a Freescale ARM i.MX 6 Series processor. The board provides full HD resolution to LCD TFT panel PCs from 7 to 15 in. The combination of powerful graphics and a compact form factor make the board suitable for driver desk displays or in-seat infotainment as well as for medical devices and HMIs in automotive applications. The CC10S module is widely scalable from low-end to high-end graphics requirements, depending on an application’s needs. Its Cortex-A9 architecture supports different types of the i.MX 6Solo, 6DualLite, 6Dual, and 6Quad processor families. It provides dual-channel LVDS with a maximum resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels, regardless of whether the controller module employs a single-, dual-core, or a quad-core processor.

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