Manhattan Skyline: efus form factor module based on NXP layerscape

Efus A53LS is another compact and inexpensive module in efus form factor. It is perfectly suited for applications with numerous interfaces in medical and industrial engineering. Along with the attribute of an easy baseboard (EasyLayout), efus has a size of 47x62mm only and is therefore suitable for compact housings. The low power loss of only 2 Watt (typ.) makes it easy to cool the module.

efusA753LS is based on a NXP Layerscape and has a Cortex-A53 core with 800MHz. Just like every other efus module, efusA53LS comes with adequate DRAM and QSPI NOR Flash. efusA53LS offers 2x Gigabit Ethernet and optional WLAN/BT4.0. Another feature is the long availability to at least 2030.

The customized Linux supports all interfaces, guaranteeing an easy software development without a deeper understanding of hardware. efusA53LS is pin compatible to other efus modules.

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