||LVDS Dual Channel 24-bit + backlight connectors or 2xeDP Connectors
DP++ or HDMI Connector
||1 x S-ATA with HDD Power connector
1 x mSATA Slot
microSD Slot on combo microSD + SIM connector
||Up to 2 x Gigabit Ethernet connectors
||1 x USB 3.0 Host port on Type-A socket
2 x USB 2.0 Host ports on double Type-A sockets
2 x USB 2.0 Host ports on internal pin header
1 x USB 2.0 OTG ports on micro-AB socket (USB Port shared with miniPCI-e slot)
||miniPCI-e slot Full/Half size, combined with SIM card slot
||Audio interface on internal pin header
||4-wires RS-232/RS-422/RS-485 configurable serial port on DB9 male connector
2 x RS-232 Full-modem serial ports on internal header (needs LPC interface from Qseven module)
CAN interface on PCB terminal block
||SPI internal pin header
LPC Bus internal pin header
SM Bus / I2C GPIO expander, makes available 16 x GPIOs on internal pin header
Front Panel Header
1 x 28 pin connector for additional features (I2C, ACPI signals, SM Bus, Watch Dog, Thermal Management)
+12V Tachometric FAN connector
Optional Debug USB port on mini-B Socket
Optional MFG connector for JTAG programming of Qseven® module
||+12VDC Mini-fit Standard ATX power connector
Coin cell battery Holder for CMOS and RTC
||-40°C ÷ +85°C (industrial range)
*All carrier board components must remain within the operating temperature at any and all times, including start-up; carrier operating temperature is independent of the module installed. Please refer to the specific module for more details. Actual temperature will widely depend on application, enclosure and/or environment. Upon customer to consider specific cooling solutions for the final system.
||146 x 102 mm (5,75” x 4,02”)
The Qseven® Carrier Board CQ7-A42 is a full featured carrier board for Qseven® Rel. 2.0 compliant CPU modules, in 3.5” form factor.
This carrier board can be used with any Qseven® Rel. 2.0 compliant module without incompatibilities and/or loss of functionalities. The board has been specifically designed for taking advantage of all possible features that can be offered by x86 and/or ARM architectures on Qseven® modules.
SECOCQ7-3.5 has been developed most of all as a development board to explore the possibilities offered by Qseven® modules, but it could also be a good solution for low volumes production for companies that do not want or need to develop customised carrier board.