Venice GW7400 Rugged & Industrial Single Board Computer

The GW7400-00 is a member of the Gateworks 7th generation Venice family of industrial single board computers targeted for small embedded applications such as IoT Gateways, Machine Learning, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) equipment, digital signage, and robotics. This embedded single board computer features 5 Gigabit Ethernet ports, 3 Mini-PCIe slots, 1 M.2 slot and quality that comes from being Made in the USA.

 Key Product Features
Processor: NXP™ i.MX8M Plus Quad Core 1.6GHz ARM® Cortex™-A53
RAM: 1 GByte LPDDR4 (up to 4GB, see Ordering Options tab below)
Flash: 8 GBytes eMMC (up to 64GB, see Ordering Options tab below)
Ethernet: Five Gigabit Ports (see Features tab below for PoE details)
Mini-PCIe / M.2: Three Mini-PCIe Sockets for WiFi/Cellular
One M.2 B-Key Socket for Cellular
Video/Audio: MIPI DSI & CSI & I2S Audio
WiFi/BLE: Laird Sterling WiFi/BLE (Opt.) or Mini-PCIe Cards (see Accessories tab below)
Cellular: Use Mini-PCIe Modem (see Accessories tab below)
GPS: u-blox ZOE-M8 (Optional)
Software: Linux Ubuntu Board Support Package
Size: 140 x 100mm
Development Kit: GW11050 (see Ordering tab below)
Release Date: Est. Q1 2022
This standard model is available in any quantity.
Discounts offered on orders of 25/100/1k and higher.
See the "Ordering Options" tab for available configuration options.
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  • NXP™ 64-bit i.MX8M Plus 1.6GHz Quad Core ARM® Cortex™-A53 SoC Processor
  • 1GByte DRAM, 8GBytes Flash
  • One High-Power Mini-PCIe Socket with PCIe 3.0 and USB 2.0 signaling
  • Two High-Power Mini-PCIe Sockets with USB 3.0 Signaling
  • One M.2 B-Key Socket with USB 3.0 and Dual Nano SIMs
  • Five GbE Ethernet Ports, One WAN and Four Switched LAN
  • Optional Laird Sterling-LWB5+ 802.11a/b/g/n/ac WiFi & BLE v5.2 Module
  • Optional u-blox GPS Receiver with MMCX Antenna Connector
  • CAN Bus Transceiver
  • Digital I/O & Analog Port, I2C & SPI Port
  • RS232/RS485 and TTL Serial Port
  • USB 3.0 Host Port
  • MIPI-DSI and MIPI-CSI Port, I2S Audio
  • Digital 3-axis MEMS Accelerometer
  • Real Time Clock with Battery Backup
  • Voltage and Temperature Monitor
  • Serial Configuration EEPROM
  • Programmable Watchdog Timer
  • 8 to 60VDC Input Voltage Range
  • Power Through Dedicated Connector or Ethernet with 802.3af/at Active or Passive PoE
  • 10W@25°C Typical Operating Power
  • 15W Available for Mini-PCIe and M.2 Sockets
  • Reverse Voltage Protection
  • -40°C to +85°C Operating Temperature
  • Ubuntu Linux Board Support Package
  • 1 Year Warranty
Ordering Options

The GW7400 is a member of the Gateworks 7th generation Venice family of single board computers targeted for rugged and industrial embedded applications. The GW7400 features the 64-bit NXP™ i.MX8M Plus Quad Core ARM® Cortex™-A53 SoC processor operating at 1.6GHz, 1GBytes of LPDDR4 DRAM, and 8GBytes of eMMC System Flash. Five Gigabit Ethernet ports offer WAN and LAN wired connectivity. One Mini-PCIe expansion socket supports PCIe 3.0 signaling and can be used for peripherals such as 802.11ax/ac/b/g/n WiFi radios. Two additional Mini-PCIe sockets support USB 3.0 signaling. A M.2 B-Key socket is also available with USB 3.0 for 5G/4G/3G/CATM1 cellular modems with support for dual Nano SIMs. Peripheral headers support Digital I/O, Analog Input, RS232/RS485/TTL Serial, I2C and SPI. A combined MIPI-DSI/CSI header with I2S audio offers video input/output. A 3-Axis accelerometer and CAN Bus are standard. An optional GPS and onboard Laird Sterling LWB5+ 802.11a/b/g/n/ac WiFi/Bluetooth module are available. The Gateworks System Controller provides embedded features such as real time clock, voltage and temperature monitor, programmable pushbutton, and programmable board shut-down and wake-up for remote applications. A wide-range DC input power supply provides up to 15W of power for the Mini-PCIe and M.2 sockets. Power is applied through a dedicated barrel jack or an Ethernet port in an active 802.3af/at or passive Power over Ethernet (PoE) architecture. Ubuntu Linux BSP is supported.

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