BeagleCore™ BCM1.ETR

BeagleCore BCM1.ETR
industrial temperature range module

Please find below some key facts about our extended temperature range module BCM1.ETR:

BeagleCore™ BCM1.ETR: suitable for rugged applications

small & powerful

  • size: 48 mm × 31 mm × 3,5 mm
  • processor: Texas Instruments AM335x Cortex-A8 “Sitara”
  • clock rate: 1.0GHz
  • memory: 512 MB DDR3
  • flash: 4 GB 8-bit eMMC
  • temperature range: -40…85°C
  • Looking for standard temperature range? Click here!


  • 1 × RGMII Interface for 10/100/1000 Mbit LAN*
  • 2 × USB 2.0 Host / Client
  • 1 × SDIO (for SD memory cards)
  • 1 × UART / 1 × JTAG (for debugging)
  • up to 59 × GPIO for HDMI, CAN, I2C, etc.
  • * Please note that BeagleCore BCS1 only supports 10/100 Mbit due to design-restrictions.

reliable & compatible

  • guaranteed long-term availability until 31.12.2023
  • 100% Open Source
  • no need to rewrite your code


  • starting from 60 EUR* single unit price
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Ordering BeagleCore™ BCM1.ETR

Below you can order samples or bulk quantities of BeagleCore™ BCM1.ETR suitable for extended temperature range (-40…85°C):

Order BeagleCore™ BCM1.ETR now

Starting from 60 EUR* single unit price!

* prices are subject to change; all prices without VAT


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