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Single Board Computers WANDBOARD REV D1 Cortex-A9 iMX6 Quad (WB-

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Single Board Computers WANDBOARD REV D1 Cortex-A9 iMX6 Quad (WB-

Product description

Features:

  • Processor Type: i.MX6 Quad
  • Frequency: 1 GHz
  • Memory Size: 2 GB
  • Operating Supply Voltage: 5 V
  • Interface Type: GPIO
  • Minimum Operating Temperature: 0 C
  • Maximum Operating Temperature: 50 C
  • Dimensions: 95 mm x 95 mm
  • Memory Type: DDR3
  • Brand: Wandboard
  • Core: ARM Cortex A9
  • Product Type: Single Board Computers
  • Factory Pack Quantity:: 1
  • Subcategory: Computing
  • Unit Weight: 3.527396 oz
  • Single Board Computers WANDBOARD REV D1 Cortex-A9 iMX6 Quad (WB-

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