ACME Systems launched Arietta G25 a new micro Linux Board

Tiny, cheap and easy [email protected] Linux Embedded module for DIY and Maker cultures

Today’s special price: EUR 9.99 13.99 (buy now)
Shipping date: June 2014

Buy Arietta G25 right now, the cost will go up until it gets to the final price of EUR 19.99.
The next price increase is planned for March 15th, extra cost will be: +1 EUR (14.99)

Hardware Features (preliminary)

Please note that these features may undergo slight changes before the final release:

  • Cpu ARM9 @ 400Mhz on Atmel AT91SAM9G25 SoC
  • Ram 128 (or 256) MByte DDR2
  • MicroSD holder hinge type for up to 32GB bootable Linux microSD (memory card not included)
  • Placement for a IEE802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi module with internal or external antenna (not included)
  • Pads compatible with the Debug Port Interface pinout to have a direct access to the MPU serial debug port (TXD0,RXD0 @ 3V3)
  • USB 2.0 ports lines (D+, D-):
    • 1 hi-speed host/device
    • 1 hi-speed host
    • 1 full-speed
  • UARTs: 3 ports
  • I2C: 1 bus
  • SPI: 1 bus with up to 3 chip select (5 to 50 MHz)
  • PWM: up to 6 lines
  • A/D converters: 4 [email protected] bit
  • User configurable led on board
  • No video and LAN interface. A new Cortex A5 device with TFT and LAN built on Acqua A5 SoM will be launched in the next days.

ACME Systems launched Arietta G25 a new micro Linux Board

  • Size: about 25x50mm
  • Power supply: single 3.3 Volt DC
  • Line levels: TTL 3.3V (NOT 5V tolerant)
  • Operative temperature range: -20 +70 °C
  • Placement for 20×2 pitch 2,54mm (100mils) pinstrip (not included)
  • Optionally available with mounted male straight or 90°C or female pinstrip
  • PCB layers: 8
  • RoHS and REACH compliant
  • Low EMI
  • Availability: > 5 years
  • Designed and Made in Italy
  • Schematic available (as soon as possible)
  • Stocks of bulk empty PCB available for autonomous manufacturers (in october 2014)


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