Offers advanced SOM, evaluation board and accessories that is ideal in automation, asset tracking and mobile healthcare
Designed for software developers responsible for reducing R&D risks and fast-tracking IoT application development can leverage the new S-2CONNECT Creo Development Kit by TT Electronics for accelerating digital programmes.
The kit includes:
- S-2CONNECT Creo system-on-module (SOM): A robust, scalable and cost-effective embedded system-on-module platform based on the Linux operating system for building industrial IoT products. Features a powerful processor and cellular connectivity for global coverage while acting as the perfect communication bridge for real-time sensing and positioning data. The SOM offers multiple industry-standard interfaces for applications such as automation, asset tracking, mobile healthcare and broader industrial IoT.
- S-2CONNECT Evaluation Board (EVB): Intended to be used by developers of application code for the S-2CONNECT Creo module, it features interfaces via drive circuits and connectors, interfaces via pin headers, power supply, man-machine interaction and Raspberry Pi hat interface.
- Accessories: The kit comes with a USB cable, Ethernet cable, LTE antenna, GNSS antenna, SD card, 6 Jumpers for 2.54 mm headers and a power supply with interchangeable plugs.
- Connectivity: Creo SOM can communicate with any server system via a cellular network. It uses LTE/NB-IoT/ CatM, with 2G-fallback for global coverage. Includes an embedded SIM with an extendable three months connectivity subscription.
- Software Development Kit (SDK)
“The S-2CONNECT series is an end-to-end framework that seamlessly delivers hardware, connectivity, infrastructure, and user experience solutions,” commented Kjell Karlsson, Managing Director at TT Electronics. “The platform helps users streamline the secure connection of products and systems, and enables data-led business decisions, delivering benefits like predictive and preventative maintenance, carbon footprint reduction, and other efficiency improvements.”