The Saylor is SECO’s latest single board computer and uses the RK3568 processor for powerful AI applications


SECO is expanding its range of innovative IoT and AI solutions with Saylor, a new single board computer (SBC) with Rockchip RK3568 processor and 3.5 inch form factor. Saylor is ideal for simple AI applications such as vehicle controls, digital signage systems and network video recorders (NVR).

The RK3568 processor is integrated by SECO Northern Europe into its embedded systems to improve their performance and efficiency

Saylor offers a comprehensive range of IoT connectivity options with its 2x Gigabit Ethernet ports, optional M.2 1216 module for WLAN and Bluetooth 5.0, and M.2 Socket 2 Key B module for LTE with integrated microSIM slot. In addition to 2x USB 3.0, 3x USB 2.0 and a USB OTG interface, the board also offers 2x RS-232/RS-422/RS-485 UART ports, 8x GPIO, 2x CAN and an M.2 Socket 2 Key M that provides space for AI acceleration modules and up to two MIPI-CSI cameras. With the SBC’s extensive graphics support, up to three separate displays can be driven, including HDMI and eDP at up to 4K resolution and LVDS at up to 1080p resolution. The stereo microphone input, stereo line output and mono speaker output can be connected to the board via a TRRS combo audio jack. The board’s DDR4-3200 memory is soldered on up to 4 GB and thus offers sufficient capacity. The soldered eMMC 5.1 flash memory on the board is the primary boot medium and provides the mass storage. A microSD slot can be used as a secondary boot medium. In addition, I2C and QSPI flash are supported.

It is possible to use operating systems such as Android and Yocto Linux on the 3.5 inch SBC Saylor. At the embedded world Exhibition&Conference in Nuremberg from 14 to 16 March, SECO will present the new 3.5 inch SBC Saylor at stand 1-320.

Thanks to many years of experience and expertise, SECO Northern Europe can develop innovative and forward-looking embedded systems

SECO Northern Europe’s customers come from a wide range of industries, including medical and laboratory technology, catering, security technology and industrial automation.

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