TS-7400-V2 Released: Our Lowest Power Embedded Card priced at $84

ts-7400-v2-a1 (1)Technologic Systems announces the release of the TS-7400-V2. It is based on the TS-7400 form factor and serves as a drop-in replacement that is less expensive and faster than the original. Besides providing a smooth upgrading path, the TS-7400-V2 adds valuable functionalities for embedded developers.

The TS-7400-V2 is a compact, low power, and cost competitive embedded computer. It is powered by the Freescale i.MX286 ARM926EJ-S core that is clocked at 454 MHz with 256MB RAM and 2GB NAND Flash. The TS-7400-V2 includes a micro-SD socket and brings out many interfaces via a 40 pin header including: CAN, ADC, GPIO, SPI, I2C, I2S, and UARTs.

Consuming as little as 0.5W and costing $84 at quantity 100, the TS-7400-V2 is a great balance of features, cost, and power consumption. Also, guaranteed availability is provided until 2025.

High Reliability

The TS-7400-V2 is designed to provide good performance for applications which demand high reliability, fast bootup/startup, and connectivity at low cost and low power, such as point-of-sales (PoS), vending machines, data acquisition units, data recorder modules, medical controllers, etc. Additional TS-7400-V2 specifications include:

  • 100% soldered-on components
  • Fanless -40° to +85°C with CPU clocked at 454MHz
  • Board dimensions are 2.9″ x 4.7″
  • Power consumption can be dynamically controlled via software and ranges from 0.5W to 1.2W


Embedded Development with Linux

The TS-7400-V2 ships with Linux kernel version 2.6.35 and full Debian Wheezy preinstalled with GNU development tools. Other software features include:

  • UBIFS filesystem preinstalled on Nand flash. The successor to JFFS2 which provides faster mounting, quicker access to large files, and improved write speeds. UBIFS also preserves or improves upon
  • JFFS2’s on-the-fly compression, recoverability and power fail tolerance.
  • Sleep mode requiring around 9mW of power, with the ability to wake up after an arbitrary timeout with a 1s resolution
  • Standby mode which consumes 250mW, and can wake in as little as 250ms

Price and availability

The TS-7400-V2 is available now with Linux and development environment out-of-the-box. There are 3 off-the-shelf configurations available that can be ordered online though our website:

  • TS-7400-V2-128 embedded computer with the i.MX286 454MHz ARM9 and 128MB DDR2 RAM priced at $119 quantity 1
  • TS-7400-V2-256-RTC adds 256MB DDR2 RAM and 1x BBRTC priced at $144 quantity 1
  • TS-7400-V2-256-FULL adds 1x CAN, 2x RS232, and 8-28VDC voltage power regulator priced at $164 quantity 1
  • TS-7400-V2 Front View full build (PN TS-7400-V2-256-FULL)
  • TS-7400-V2 front view built with no options (PN TS-7400-V2-128)
  • TS-7400-V2 Customization

    Custom TS-7400-V2 can be built for minimum orders of 50 units at optimum price. The following options are available for customization: 256MB RAM at $20, 1x BBRTC at $9, 2x RS-232 at $4, 1x CAN at $5, 8-29V Power at $7, and 1x full size SD Socket at $12.

    Call us at (480) 837-5200 or contact us for a custom order.


    Technologic Systems is an embedded systems company with headquarters in Fountain Hills, Arizona. We have been in business for 30 years, helping more than 8 thousand OEM customers and building over a hundred COTS products that have never been discontinued. Our product base consists of a wide variety of off-the-shelf PC/104 single board computers, computer-on-modules, touch panel computers, peripherals and industrial controllers. We also offer custom configurations and design services. We specialize in the ARM and X86 architectures, FPGA IP-core design, and open-source software support based on Linux, providing advanced custom solutions using hardware-software co-design strategies.

    Contact Information

    Technologic Systems

    16525 E Laser Dr
    Fountain Hills, AZ,

    tele: 480.837.5200
    fax: 480.837.5300

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