An online resource hub provides up-to-date information on industrial single board computers. The hub is especially helpful for developers seeking device deployment in IIoT and edge computing environments. It is available now.
Farnell's online resource hub is designed to provide electronics developers with up-to-date information on industrial single board computers (SBCs). The online hub on industrial embedded computing provides extensive technical resources, including
In addition, online calculators, conversion tables and tools for selecting components can be accessed.
Furthermore, the hub contains recommendations and data on products from Raspberry Pi, Intel, Xilinx, NXP, Ardunio, BeagleBoard, Industrial Shields, Kunbus and Wittra. Hub visitors can browse key product features and view the full range. Complementary application pages give developers deeper insight into specific application areas, including industrial automation and control, IoT, agriculture, automotive, maintenance and edge computing. According to a Farnell survey, SBCs are now used in all phases of product development and production – from feasibility studies and prototyping to production and test benches.
As a global distributor, Farnell offers developers a wide range of SBCs and toolkits from brands such as Raspberry Pi, Intel and Kunbus. Technical support is available Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., to answer questions. In addition, the company supports developers in implementing their ideas from specification to production. For this, Farnell can tap into the Avnet ecosystem. Developers also get free access to online resources on the website and to the element14 developer and maker community. The new hub is available to developers immediately.