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reTerminal CM4104032- Embedded Linux with Raspberry Pi CM4 and 5-Inch Capacitive Multi-Touch Screen HMI

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reTerminal is powered by a Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 (CM4) which is a Quad-Core Cortex-A72 CPU running at 1.5GHz and a 5-inch IPS capacitive multi-touch screen with a resolution of 720 x 1280. It has a sufficient amount of RAM (4GB) to perform multitasking and also has a sufficient amount of eMMC storage (32GB) to install an operating system, enabling fast boot-up times and a smooth overall experience. It has wireless connectivity with dual-band 2.4GHz/5GHz Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5.0 BLE.

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PRODUCT DETAILS

Note

Now, reTerminal E10-1, the industrial high-speed expansion Board for reTerminal, is ready!

Features

  • Integrated modular design with high stability and expandability
  • Powered by Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 (CM4) with 4GB RAM & 32GB eMMC
  • 5-Inch IPS capacitive multi-touch screen at 1280 x 720 and 293 PPI
  • Wireless connectivity with dual-band 2.4GHz/5GHz Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5.0 BLE
  • High-speed expansion interface and rich I/O for more expandability
  • Cryptographic co-processor with secure hardware-based key storage
  • Built-in modules such as accelerometer, light sensor, and RTC
  • Gigabit Ethernet Port and Dual USB 2.0 Type-A ports
  • Pre-installed heatsink for higher performance
  • 40-Pin Raspberry Pi compatible header for IoT applications
  • reTerminal is Microsoft Azure Certified
  • Remote management support from partner Mender.io (OTA software updates, configure, troubleshoot, remote terminal access)
  • The best Raspberry Pi device with a 5-Inch multi-touch screen
  • High-performance Raspberry Pi CM4 tablet

Description

Meet reTerminal, The Next Generation of Human Machine Interface with you, and also a new member of our reThings family. This future-ready Human-Machine Interface (HMI) device can easily and efficiently work with IoT and cloud systems to unlock endless scenarios at the edge.

reTerminal CM4104032 is powered by a Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 (CM4) which is a Quad-Core Cortex-A72 CPU running at 1.5GHz and a 5-inch IPS capacitive multi-touch screen with a resolution of 720 x 1280. It has sufficient amount of RAM (4GB) to perform multitasking and also has sufficient amount of eMMC storage (32GB) to install an operating system, enabling fast boot-up times and a smooth overall experience. It has wireless connectivity with dual-band 2.4GHz/5GHz Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5.0 BLE.

reTerminal CM4104032 consists of a high-speed expansion interface and rich I/O for more expandability. This device has security features such as a cryptographic co-processor with secure hardware-based key storage. It also has built-in modules such as an accelerometer, light sensor, and an RTC (Real-Time Clock). reTerminal CM4104032 has a Gigabit Ethernet Port for faster network connections and also has dual USB 2.0 Type-A ports. The 40-pin Raspberry Pi compatible header on the reTerminal opens it for a wide range of IoT applications.

reTerminal CM4104032 is shipped with Raspberry Pi OS out-of-the-box. So, all you have to do is connect it to power and start building your IoT, HMI, and Edge AI applications right away!

Also, reTerminal is Microsoft Azure Certified!

You can also enable remote management support:

Follow our wiki to setup Mender Client on a reTerminal to access OTA updates from a Hosted or Self-Hosted Mender Server to enable remote management capabilities.

There are limitless possibilities with the reTerminal. It can be placed at the heart of an IoT/Edge system where you could connect a number of sensors to the reTerminal via different wireless protocols such as LoRa, Zigbee, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Sub-1G, and the reTerminal connected to the cloud via Ethernet, Wi-Fi, 5G/ 4G or connected to an edge server to store and process the data. 

Modular Design for Expanded Function

As you can see, reTerminal has a modular design where you can expand this system by connecting different modules. You can connect it via industrial high-speed connector on the back or the 40-Pin GPIO connectors on the side, to ebale enable even more applications. Meanwhile, you can easily plug modules such as mic array & speaker, camera, industrial I/O, LoRaWAN, 5G/4G, and PoE to realize your ideas! It will be supported by an active community as well!

reTerminal has a high-speed expansion interface with a PCIe 1-lane Host, Gen 2 (5Gbps), USB 2.0 port, 28 GPIOs, and PoE. You can use this interface for industrial and more advanced scenarios! The official industrial high-speed expansion board, reTerminal E10-1 is coming out, which is fully compatible with the reTerminal where they can be simply connected through the industrial high-speed signal connector, you can refer to here for further information.

reTerminal is packed with rich interfaces on the side of the device while keeping the design to a minimum. It has a USB Type-C port for power input, a Gigabit Ethernet port for faster and reliable network access, a micro-HDMI interface that supports video output at 4K resolution with a frame rate of 60fps, and also has 2 USB Type-A ports.

reTerminal also features a 5-Inch IPS capacitive multi-touch screen with a resolution of 1280 x 720 and a pixel density of 293 PPI, providing high definition and rich colors. This resolution is 1.6 times higher than the most common resolution for 5-inch displays, which is 800 x 480. Also, comparing to TN displays, the IPS display on the reTerminal offers better viewing angles as well!

reTerminal has security features such as a cryptographic co-processor with secure hardware-based key storage. It also has protected storage for up to 16 keys, certificates, or data. It provides hardware support for symmetric sign, verify, key agreement – ECDSA. It has hardware support for symmetric algorithms, networking key management and secure boot. 

Applications

  • Embedded Linux Terminal Device
  • Smart Factory
  • Smart Warehouse
  • Smart Home 
  • Machine Learning and Edge AI Applications
  • IoT Controller
  • Hand-Held Device

Specifications

SpecificationDetails
Platform Processor Broadcom BCM2711 quad-core Cortex-A72 (ARM v8)
Frequency 64-bit SoC @ 1.5GHz
Memory Capacity 4GB
Technology LPDDR4 with on-die ECC
eMMC Capacity 32GB
Wireless Wi-Fi 2.4GHz and 5.0GHz IEEE 802.11b/g/n/ac
Bluetooth Bluetooth 5.0, BLE
Display LCD 5-inch 720x1280 LCD
Touch Panel Capacitive touch panel (support multi-touch)
Video HDMI 1 x Micro HDMI output (up to 4Kp60 supported)
CSI 1 x 2-lane MIPI CSI camera interface
Multimedia H.265 (4Kp60 decode)
H.264 (1080p60 decode,1080p30 encode)
OpenGL ES 3.0 graphics
Built-In Modules Real-Time Clock NXP Semiconductors PCF8563T
Low backup current; typical 0.25μA at VDD = 3.0 V and Temperature = 25 ℃
Accelerometer STMicroelectronics LIS3DHTR
16-bit, ±2g/±4g/±8g/±16g dynamically selectable full scale
Encryption Microchip ATECC608A
Secure Hardware-Based Key Storage, Asymmetric Sign, Verify, Key Agreement
Light Sensor Levelek LTR-303ALS-01
Digital light sensor
Internal IO
Expansion
Microchip MCP23008-E
Buzzer ≥85dB @10cm 2700±300Hz
External I/O GPIOs Up to 5 × UART
Up to 5 × I2C
Up to 5 × SPI
1 × SDIO interface
1 × DPI (Parallel RGB Display)
1 × PCM
1 × PWM channel
Up to 3× GPCLK outputs
Vertical expansion
interface
1 × PCIe 1-lane Host, Gen 2 (5Gbps)
1 × USB 2.0 port (highspeed)
26 x GPIOs
POE
Power Voltage 5V DC
Current 3A(Minimum)
Temperature Operating Temperature 0 - 70°C( For the LCD Screen: 0 - 60°C)
Mechanical Dimensions 140mm x 95mm x 21mm
Weight 285g

Certification

Certificates CE, FCC, TELEC(211-210815)

Hardware Overview

Attention

For using the 40-Pin Raspberry Pi Compatible Header, please check the header orientation from the pinout diagram,  

Attention

Before you attach a camera with the CSI 22 Pin cable to the board, please double-check the FFC contact pins are facing up.

Part List

1 x reTerminal

ECCN/HTS

HSCODE 8471419000
USHSCODE 8471410150
UPC

LEARN AND DOCUMENTS

Learn

Learn how to get started with the reTerminal and turn your ideas into a reality!
In Edge Impulse train a car detector – this should be fairly easy since we are using transfer learning and the base model already was trained to detect cars, so it contains the necessary feature maps.
By following the guide below, you will be able to build your own reTerminal system image using Yocto. So let's get started!
It has a simple structure that makes it easy to understand and extend. It relies only on the well-known Makefile language. Buildroot is an open source project and many developers contribute to it daily.
You can build your own UI application for reTerminal with LVGL 8.0, you can have a look at the example code in this GitHub repository.
Check how to build your own user interface using Qt for Python on the reTerminal. and also Seeed_Python_ReTerminal_Examples
Mediapipe is currently under active development and includes multiple demos, that can be run out-of-the box after installing Mediapipe on reTerminal.
You can use TFLite Converter to convert any Tensorflow model into .tflite format, provided it only consists of operations supported by TFLite Runtime. And we also build demos on Object Detection, Image Classification, Semantic segmentation, Face age/gender recognition, Face expression recognition, and Face anti-spoofing.
We’ll unbox the device - the reTerminal to see what is included and we’ll then set up a weather dashboard on it using Grafana.
Detect unauthorized person, lights ON and Push notification to cell phone. No more false alerts due to pets and stray animals.
It's time to look at the Top 40 Raspberry Pi 4 Projects that you can refer to and try building yourself!
This blog will talk about how you can control your smart home appliances using Node-RED running on the OpenWrt System and teaching you step by step.
What is TensorFlow Lite ? Just heard of TensorFlow Lite and want to know more about it? Today we will discuss everything about TensorFlow Lite.
This blog will show you three ways to configure WiFi on your Raspberry Pi with both Raspberry Pi OS desktop and server, and it will also cover how to do it on a headless Raspberry Pi!
Here's the way to let you know more about reterminal, and how to make your own PCB module, test it, and make it available!
We provide you the video guide to disassemble the reTerminal properly without damaging the device.
This blog is written by Philip(aka. Dsrc12), a biomedical engineer and head of Intelligent Transport System(ITS) Projects for the NSW Government. Now is devoting himself to STEM as a volunteer. Thanks for Philip’s contribution.
A computer vision system that detects and localizes the surface cracks in the concrete structures for the predictive maintenance on the Seeed Studio reTerminal
We have gone from having industrial robots to having the possibility of having robots in our homes. Today it is possible to have a robotic arm to perform specific tasks in our homes or a robot to clean or monitor our homes.

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  1. Product Quality
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    Product arrived fast, on time, well packaged. Been burning it in for two weeks, tested it as a Pi-Hole, OpenVPN and Wireguard server. Run TCP/IP over LORA and connected at distance using ZerTier. Planning in using it as an OpenHab server next. Does what it says on the tin. Happy with it.

    Only issue is the product NEEDS a simple power pack expansion AND a breakout for the expansion connector to allow for experimentation.
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    I received my reTerminal in a very reasonable amount of time considering how scarce Raspberry Pi devices are right now. Packaging was great, the device looks as good in person as I hoped it would.

    I was able to quickly power it up and play with the onboard sensors using the included program. The screen is fabulous and the touchscreen is a welcome upgrade from cheap resistive touchscreens. I was able to operate the OS with my finger easily.

    The documentation was adequate, I had to dig around a bit to find what I wanted but did find it.

    I wish it had come with Bullseye installed. Node-RED would not install on it without forcing it to revert to older components. So I flashed the OS to Bullseye.

    Upgrading the OS was a bit of a challenge, starting with getting the reTerminal open to access the boot switch. Not trivial to pop that back off. Following the instructions I found I was able to get the OS updated and things went pretty smoothly overall. Not as easy as upgrading a normal Pi, but I did get the job done and Node-RED installed just fine.

    Overall I love this product. Self contained Pi with a great screen!
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    Very solid build
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    It is a product that meets future product development requirements.
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