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Arietta G25: A New Micro Linux Board
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Gyorgy Koncseg

ACME Systems announced a Micro new board: Arietta (now selling 9.99 €).
Here are the specs:
  • CPU: Atmel’s AT91SAM9G25 (ARM9 clocked @ 400Mhz)
  • RAM: 128 MByte DDR2
  • MicroSD Socket for up to 32GB bootable Linux microSD (not included)
  • USB 2.0 ports: 1 hi-speed host/device, 1 hi-speed host, 1 full-speed
  • I2C bus: 1
  • SPI bus: 1 with 2 chip select (5 to 50 MHz)
  • PWM: 4 lines
  • A/D converters: 4 channels@10 bit
  • Size: 25x51mm
  • Power supply: single 3.3 Volt DC
  • Line levels: TTL 3.3V (NOT 5V tolerant)
  • Operative temperature range: -20 +70 °C
  • Pinstrip: 20×2 pitch 2,54mm (100mils)
  • PCB layers: 8
The software is supplied on a microSD (not included) in the same way as for the previous model, the Aria.
It sports Linux/Debian latest release and gives you the possibility to use almost every development languages and programming from any environment (such as Windows, Linux and Mac) via USB port.
In few words, by connecting a USB cable it pulls on a new port from which it is possible to access the board via web and have an editor/compiler for C , C + +. Java, Python or nodejs without installing anything on your PC
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