NXP i.MX93 1.5 GHz Dual Cortex®-A55
1GB LPDDR4, 4GB eMMC, 2MB NOR
-40 °C to 85 °C
68 x 26 x 4 mm
The TX93 is a member of the TX module series. TX modules are complete computers, implemented on a board smaller than a credit card, and ready to be designed into your embedded system. With a focus on longevity, TX modules includes a processor, power supply and memory.
2 x Cortex®-A55, 1.5 GHz
|2D graphics processing|
|NXP’s EdgeLock® secure enclave|
2x USB with PHY
10/100 Ethernet with PHY
- Automotive: domain controller compute off-load engine, driver monitoring system, audio, speech recognition, cost-effective gateway
- Industrial Automation: gateways, remote I/O controllers,industrial scanners, HMI, machine vision
- Building Control and Energy: energy meters, EV charging
- Smart Home: home security hub, smart doorbell, smart lock, smart thermostat, AV receivers
- Smart City: smart lighting, safety and security, traffic control
For more information regarding i.MX 93 processors, see the NXP product page.
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 TX modules can be used on a TX development kit, which enables great scalability and flexibility.
Reduce to the max
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 CoM's 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 CoM's 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 Renesas 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. With these components integrated on a module, as is the case with many other manufacturers, this long-term availability is at risk or - from the very beginning - cannot be guaranteed.
Read more in our TX-Guide.
Linux Headless Development Kit
The TX Mainboard 7 is a ready-to-use development system for building applications based on the TX embedded processor boards.
Linux is pre-installed and ready for application development. Other features include:
- Single 5VDC power supply
- RJ45 Ethernet connector
- 3.5mm audio jack
- TX DIMM signals available on solder pads
- SD-Card socket
- RS232 Debug UART on SUB-D header
- RS232 UART on 10pin flat cable header
- RS485 UART on 10pin flat cable header
- CAN on 10pin flat cable header
- LVDS Display on Hirose DF13 connector
An overview of the current standard variants.
Customized versions on request.
4 GB eMMC
|Temperature||-25 °C to 85 °C|
In our official documentation on GitHub, we help you to get an easy introduction to the use of our products.
Here you will also find extensive information about our hardware and the creation of your own solution.
Long Term Linux Kernel 5.10 Support
Yocto Gatesgarth and Hardknott Support
Debian 11 (“bullseye”) Support
Neural networks on embedded devices
Build cross-platform desktop apps
Qt5 Cross-Platform Framework
Cross-Compile and Debug your C apps