ASUS IoT’s Tinker V is a low-cost RISC-V single-board computer (SBC) that features a Renesas RZ/Five CPU built on Andes Technology’s 64-bit, RISC-V AndesCore™ AX45MP single-core superscalar application processor IP. This is supported by 1 GB DDR4 RAM and can run at up to 1.0 GHz. Optional 16 GB eMMC and SPI Flash can be used to further enhance Tinker V’s performance when running Linux, which includes Debian and Yocto support.
The open-source RISC-V architecture provided by AndesCore IP adds flexibility to product development at low cost to designers while retaining the high performance of common Arm alternatives. Learn more about AndesCore IP here, where you can apply to enter consultation with Andes for more information on the full range of devices that offer their expertly crafted RISC-V IP.
With a rich set of interfaces, ASUS IoT’s SBC is ideal for industrial IoT applications and serves as a readily available alternative to devices like the Raspberry Pi 4. Longevity and reliability are assured by the manufacture, and trusted technical support is offered to ensure the security of your IoT.
Connections to the board include a micro-SD card slot, 1x micro USB + 1x micro USB On-The-Go, 2x gigabit ethernet LAN, 2x CAN bus, 2x COM RS232, and standard interfaces with up to 4 GPIO and a JTAG pin header for debug. The board can be powered using a 10-24 VDC input via a DC barrel jack (5.5/2.5 mm).
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