TXUL Series Facts
ProcessorNXPi.MX6 UltraLite/ULL
RAM256MiB or 512 MiB
Flash128MiB SLC NAND Flash or 4GiB eMMC
Temperature (NAND / eMMC)-40 °C to 85 °C / -25 °C to 85 °C
Size(LxWxD)68 mm x 26 mm x 4 mm
DatasheetsTXUL TXULL
Target Markets

Embedded computing power is very much in demand in a growing number of multimedia-centric devices. The Ka-Ro TX6 is ideally suited for target markets requiring high-end devices for powerful images and impressive video streaming creating connected devices in the following vertical markets.

  • Automation
  • Medical technology
  • Industrial control
  • Digital signage
  • Transportation
Processor features

Expanding the i.MX 6 series, the i.MX 6UltraLite is a high performance, ultraefficient processor family featuring an advanced implementation of a single ARM® Cortex®-A7 core, which operates at speeds up to 528 MHz.

For more information regarding i.MX 6UltraLite processors, see the NXP product page:

Module Connectivity
  • 10/100Mbps Ethernet ports x2
  • High Speed USB 2.0 ports x2
  • LCD 24 bit TTL
  • Pixel-processing pipeline (PXP) to support 2D image processing
  • Parallel CMOS Sensor
  • UART x3 (up to 8x)
  • I2S serial audio
  • Advanced security: Crypto Engine (AES/TDES/SHA), Secure Boot
  • 3.3V I/O
  • SDIO
  • I2C
  • SPI (Master/Slave)
  • PWM
  • Keypad
  • CAN x2 (FlexCAN)
  • 12-bit ADC

Ka-Ro CoM scalability

Often, devices are required in different performance and price classes. This is where Ka-Ro’s TX standard comes into its own. With one single hardware design embedded engineers can produce a range of pin- and software-compatible products. Ka-Ro introduced the TX CoM standard over six years ago. Until today, the Ka-Ro Starter Kit V has served as the unchanged development environment for all Ka-Ro TX modules underlining Ka-Ro’s long-term product and family strategy. All the TX modules can be used on the Starter Kit V which enables great scalability and flexibility.

Reduce to the max – the Ka-Ro product philosophy

The philosophy behind Ka-Ro’s TX CoM family is to reduce a CoM down to the absolute minimum of components. In doing so, application designers and engineers using Ka-Ro CoMs can achieve maximum flexibility. Ka-Ro TX CoM modules solely feature the processor plus memory and the power supply. Any additional functions can be added to the base board.


This focus on CoMs with a minimum number of components is on the one hand the key to very competitive pricing, on the other hand it enables Ka-Ro to ensure long-term availability. While processor manufacturers like NXP offer a long-term availability of 10 to 15 years, this must also apply to any further components integrated onto a module or these must be available via second sourcing and without any necessary software alterations. If these components are integrated on a module, as is the case with many other manufacturers, this long-term availability is endangered, or – from right from the start – not possible to guarantee.