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The Compute Module is a Raspberry Pi in a more flexible form factor, intended for industrial application. CM3 is the Raspberry Pi 3-based revision of the original Compute Module.
The Compute Module contains the guts of a Raspberry Pi 3 (the BCM2837 processor and 1GB RAM) as well as a 4GB eMMC Flash device (which is the equivalent of the SD card in the Pi). The Pi 3 has a processor speed of 1.2GHz and runs at roughly 10 times the speed of the Pi 1 due to its quad-core CPU. This is all integrated on to a small 67.6mm x 31mm board which fits into a standard DDR2 SODIMM connector (the same type of connector as used for laptop memory). The Flash memory is connected directly to the processor on the board, but the remaining processor interfaces are available to the user via the connector pins. You get the full flexibility of the BCM2837 SoC (which means that many more GPIOs and interfaces are available as compared to the Raspberry Pi), and designing the Module into a custom system should be relatively straightforward as we’ve put all the tricky bits onto the Module itself.
The Compute Module is available for purchase in single units, or in batches of hundreds or thousands. To get started designing a PCB to use the Module, we provide an open-source breakout board with a single Module in an affordable development kit.
A lite version of the Compute Module 3 is also available. The CM3L brings the SD card interface to the Module pins so a user can wire this up to an eMMC or SD card of their choice.
The Compute Module 3 contains the following components contained within a 200 pin SODIMM design:
• Broadcom BCM2837 processor
• 1Gbyte LPDDR2 RAM
• 4Gbytes eMMC Flash
• 35u hard gold plated IO Pins
• ARMv7 Instruction Set
• Mature and stable Linux software stack
- Latest Linux Kernel support
- Many drivers upstreamed
- Stable and well support user environment
- Full availability of GPU functions using standard APIs
Hi there~ Yes the kit sold separately. You can check the link below for more detail. Regards.