POWER-UP PCBA #4: Free Customization Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 Carrier Boards with Seeed Fusion PCB Assembly Service.
11th October 2021 Update: Great news! Raspberry Compute Module 4 is now back in stock! Stocks are extremely limited and each customer is limited to
5 pieces now 1 piece when buying directly from the Seeed Bazaar. For availability with the Seeed Fusion PCB Assembly service and the POWER-UP PCBA offer, please enquire with your production plans and we will be happy to accommodate you.
A total of 5 different CM4 modules are available at the time of writing. Visit the Seeed Bazaar now before it’s too late!
|Model No.||Configuration||Status as of 11th October|
|CM4008000||No Wireless, 8GB RAM, No eMMC storage||In stock|
|CM4102000||Wireless, 2GB RAM, No eMMC storage||Very limited stock!|
|CM4102032||Wireless, 2GB RAM, 32GB eMMC storage||Limited stock|
|CM4104032||Wireless, 4GB RAM, 32GB eMMC storage||In stock|
|CM4108032||Wireless, 8GB RAM, 32GB eMMC storage||In stock|
To celebrate and support the release of the new Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4, Seeed is sponsoring businesses and individuals using the Compute Module 4 in customizing their designs or when designing carrier custom boards.
What are Raspberry Pi Compute Modules?
With almost every Raspberry Pi iteration, a Compute Module version has been released alongside it. Compute Modules are essentially the bare guts of the standard Raspberry Pi board with the form factor of a small stick of computer RAM.
Geared towards customization and industrial applications, the compute modules provide greater flexibility, enabling designers to develop their own custom carrier boards, doing away with unnecessary interfaces and features, enabling smaller custom form factor boards and gaining access to more pins than the standard Pi board.
The latest in the line of flexible Raspberry Pi SoC boards, the Compute Module 4 incorporates elements of the Raspberry Pi 4 Model B with an all new smaller form factor.
Find the full specification with IO board and accessories here.
As an approved reseller of Raspberry Pi, Seeed is going a step further by sponsoring industrial designers and makers alike in developing with the Raspberry Compute Module. We have two offerings for:
- Businesses developing products that use the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4.
- Open source Raspberry Pi Compute Module carrier custom board designs.
PCBA Sponsorship for Commercial Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 Products Customization
If your team is working on a new product looking to incorporate the Compute Module 4, then this is for you. Most designs can receive up to $500 in sponsorship with the Seeed PCB Assembly service. Designs do not need to be open-sourced and non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) can be signed beforehand if desired.
Get Your Custom CM4 Carrier Boards made for Free when you sell with Seeed Licensed Product Program
To spread the word about the wide range of possibilities with Raspberry Pi customizations, and accelerate the adoption of the new form factor, CM4 carrier custom board designers can get 5 of their boards manufactured for free. Two of which will be sent to you for your own use and three will be placed on the Seeed Marketplace for sale. You will be required to write up the documentation for the boards and once they sell, we will send all profits to you (excludes shipping fees).
Dual Gigabit Ethernet Carrier Board for RPi CM4
Designed by Seeed, the Dual Gigabit Ethernet Carrier Board for Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 featuring dual Gigabit Ethernet ports and dual USB 3.0 ports, is ideal for Raspberry Pi users looking for a powerful, convenient, and compact I/O carrier board for their compute module.
reTerminal – Embedded Linux with Raspberry Pi CM4 and 5-Inch Capacitive Multi-Touch Screen
Seeed has launched the new reTerminal, 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.
The Dual Gigabit Ethernet Carrier Board and reTerminal are examples of Seeed’s design capabilities and familiarity with Raspberry Pi products. Specializing in popular open source platforms, Seeed can provide specialist aid in realizing your design and distributing the physical product to users around the world. We are confident that we are able to provide Raspberry Pi-based design solutions to meet your needs.
How to apply:
All you need to do is fill in the form and tell us about your compute module 4 design.
Please click the link and fill in the form:
We look forward to hearing from you.
The Seeed Fusion service offers a wide range of manufacturing and engineering services to help bring ideas into reality. From prototyping to mass production, Seeed has the manufacturing expertise, e-commerce infrastructure and integrated logistics to deliver products to every corner of the world.
Seeed Fusion’s star service, the turnkey PCB assembly service takes care of PCB customization, parts procurement and assembly all-in-one, so you can have peace of mind and time to focus on what you do best. Over 12 years of agile manufacturing experience, acclaimed DFA engineering support and e-commerce integrations can help accelerate your product development experience and swiftly bring your idea to the market. Whether your business is looking for a mass production partner or you just want to share a great design and make a little cash with minimal hassle, there is an offering for you at Seeed Fusion.
If you are very interested in our product, but do not want to draw schematic and lay out by yourself for some reason, you are welcome to experience our ODM service. For more information, please contact [email protected] for help.
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1 thought on “POWER-UP PCBA #4: Free Customization Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 Carrier Boards with Seeed Fusion PCB Assembly Service.”
After years of buying the Raspberry Pi brand, just looking into this and it seems to be a great way to start any idea that someone has to become a reality. I am not quite ready to talk yet, but when I do, look out! Time to put all these promises to the test! Look out for the coming year, things will start to shape up! Looking forward to this! Laters!
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