- A lightweight development board for real-time industrial control.
- Comes pre-installed RT-Thread real-time operating system(RTOS) and built-in micro-python
- Based on powerful NXP i.MX RT1052 processor
- 10+: $26.90
- 20+: $25.45
- 50+: $23.90
Arch Mix is a thin, lightweight development board based on NXP i.MX RT1052 processor(3020 CoreMark/1284 DMIPS @ 600 MHz). This development board comes pre-installed RT-Thread real-time operating system and built-in micro-python. Which makes it suitable for industrial control, especially for scenes with large code and high real-time application requirements.
The i.MX RT1052 is a new processor family featuring NXP’s advanced implementation of the Arm Cortex®-M7 core. Currently, the i.MX RT1052 is the highest performing Cortex-M7 solution delivering 3036 CoreMarks, which is 13 times better than the LPC1788 microcontroller. In addition to the high-speed performance it provides fast real-time responsiveness. The i.MX RT1050 also has rich audio and video features, including LCD display, basic 2D graphics, camera interface, SPDIF, and I2S audio interface.
The RT-Thread is an open source IoT operating system for embedded devices. The kernel has real-time multi-task scheduling, semaphore, mutex, mail box, message queue, signal etc. This is a lightweight system that loads quickly. For more detail about the RTOS, please refer to the Github Page.
Also, we are very excited to announce that there will soon be a Grove breakout board and MicroPython libraries available for use with Grove! This means that plug-and-play prototypes for industrial control and IoT projects will soon be possible, so stay tuned!
RT-Thread has complete and detailed Chinese materials and community resources , also provide a complete set of development tools and debug tools. We will continue to update relevant English materials and resources in our wiki.
The RT-Thread is a mature, lightweight IoT system with a complete ecological chain. The following table illustrates a comparison between the RT-Thread and other RTOS.
This is the wiki page for this product, which will show you how to use the product, as well as details about the software and hardware.