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Qualcomm QCM2290/QCS2290 SoM and Devkit target Industrial IoT applications

Last June, Qualcomm introduced several industrial IoT solutions that we didn’t cover with Qualcomm at the time QCM2290/QCS2290 IoT chip for camera applications, industrial handhelds, retail and tracking, Qualcomm QCS8250 WiFi 6 & 5G SoC for connected healthcare, digital signage, retail and video collaboration, Qualcomm QCS6490/QCM6490 WiFi 6E & 5G SoC for connected healthcare, logistics management, retail, transportation and storage, and Qualcomm QCS4290/ QCM4290 designed for cameras, industrial handhelds and security panels with 4G LTE and WiFi 6 connectivity.

QCM2290/QCS2290 Block diagram

Shortly after Qualcomm’s announcement, Thundercomm introduced the TurboX C2290/CM2290 system-on module, based on Qualcomm’s quad-core Cortex-A53 QCS2290 SoC and QCM2290 SoC with 4G connectivity, respectively. The module also offers WiF and Bluetooth, as well as MIPI display and camera interfaces, and the TurboX CM2290/C2290 development kit is also available to get you started.

TurboX CM2290 and C2290 SoM


SoC – Qualcomm Snapdragon QCM2290 or QCS2290 quad-core Cortex-A53 processor up to 2.0GHz with Adreno 702 GPU, Hexagon QDSP6 v66 DSP System Memory – 2GB or 3GB LPDDR4x Storage – On module 16GB eMMC flash, SD card interface Display interface – 1x 4-lane MIPI-DSI up to 1680 × 720 @ 60fps (HD+) Camera interface 2x MIPI-CSI, 4 + 4 or 4 +2+1, D-PHY 1.2 at 2.5 Gbps per lane 2x ISP (13 MP + 13 MP or 21MP) at 30 fps ZSL Video Encode – 1080p30fps H.265/H.264 Decode – 1080p30fps H.265/H.264/VP9 Audio – 1x Soundwire, I2S, 4x DMIC Connectivity Wi-Fi 6 802.11a /b/g /n/ac Bluetooth 5.0
CM2290-EA (for EMEA region only)
4G LTE Mobile Connectivity Cat4 DL/Cat5 UL Frequency Bands FDD: B1 / B2 / B3 / B5 / B7 / B8 / B20 / B28(A+B) TDD: B38 / B39 / B40 / B41 WCDMA – B1 / B2 / B5 / B8 GSM – 850/900/1800/1900MHz GNSS
CM2290-EA (EMEA) – GPS, Glonass, BeiDou, Galileo, QZSS and SBAS
C2290 (worldwide) – Reserve GNSS_IQ to extend support Qualcomm WGR7640 USB – 1x USB 3.1 Other peripherals – 8x QUP (Qualcomm Universal Peripheral) or SPI, 2 x UIM; GPIO’s LGA Package Dimensions
CM2290-EA (EMEA) – 51 x 35 x 2.9mm
C2290 (worldwide) – 34 x 35 x 2.9 mm Temperature Range – -20℃ ~ 70℃ RoHS/REACH/WEEE/HF Compliance
CM2290-EA (EMEA) – CE
C2290 (worldwide) – FCC/CE/IC/KC/JATE/TELECA

Software support is interested in the company listing both Android R (2021) and Android S (2022) for both devices. Android R stands for Android 11 and Android S for Android 12 should appear in a few months this year. Linux is also listed, but only for the C2290 model, which probably means the 4G modem is not supported in Linux. Target applications for the modules include retail point-of-sale (POS), industrial handheld, asset tracking and camera applications.

TurboX CM2290/C2290 Development Kit

The development kit includes three boards that provide the following features and specifications:

System-on-Module – ThunderX CM2290/C2290 SoM storage – SD card slot Display interfaces MIPI DSI D-PHY for optional 5-inch TFT-LCD display with touchscreen 1x HDMI Out Camera interfaces – 2x MIPI-CSI connectors with support for OV13B10 ( 13 MP) and IMX577 (12.3 MP) camera sensors Audio – 1x 3.5 mm headset jack, 4x digital microphones, 1x Line out with PA, 1x EAR out with PA Connectivity 4G LTE, WiFi, Bluetooth on-module + on-carrier SIM card slots NFC support 2x LTE antennas; 1 x Wifi/Bt antenna; 1x GNSS antenna USB -1x USB 3.1 Type C, 1x Micro USB for UART Debug extension – I/Os with PWM, CAN bus, 1x UART for RS232/RS485, Sensors – ALS/proximity sensor, accelerometer & gyro sensor, magnetic sensor , pressure sensor Misc -RTC plus battery connector Dimensions – 185 x 150 mm

The standard kit retails for $699 which includes an interposer card with CM2290-EA SoM, a sensor card, a main I/O card, two LTE antennas, one GPS antenna, and a Wi-Fi/BT antenna. plus a camera module with an FPC cable and a power adapter. The 5-inch LCD screen adds an extra $150.

More details including product pages for the module and devkit. The latter contains more documentation, but some resources such as user guides and Android/Linux SDK user guides require registration.

Via LinuxGizmos

Jean-Luc started CNX Software in 2010 as a part-time company, before quitting his job as a software engineering manager and later in 2011 starting full-time writing daily news and reviews.

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