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The smallest Computer in the World

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Only slightly larger than an RJ45 connector (35mm×19mm×19mm), the picotux 100 is the world’s smallest Linux computer.

Inside, there is an ARM7 CPU at 55 MHz running uClinux kernel 2.4.27 and Busybox 1.0. Two communication interfaces are provided, 10/100 Mbit half/full duplex Ethernet and a serial port with up to 230.400 baud. Five additional lines can be used for either general input/output or serial handshaking.

Tech Data

Technical Data

picotux 100 module
   
Processor: 32-bit ARM 7 Netsilicon NS7520
Processor Clock: 55 MHz
Flash Memory: 2 MB
RAM: 8 MB SDRAM
Ethernet: 10/100 Mbit, HD and FD, auto sensing
Serial (TTL): Up to 230.400 bps
General Input/Output Pins(TTL) 5, can be used as Handshake
LED for Ethernet 2; green (programmable) and yellow (Carrier)
   
Supply Voltage: 3,3 Volt +- 5%
Supply Current: 250 mA
   
Operating System: uClinux 2.4.27 Big Endian (native)
Shell: Busybox 1.0 and others
File Systems: CRAMFS, JFFS2, NFS
Applications: Webserver, Telnet
Size of the Linux Systems in Flash: 720 KB and more
Protected Bootloader for Update over Network: 64 KB Code
   
Development System: GNU Tool chain
Compiler GCC 3.4.4 for C/C++ and Fortran
Binutils 2.15
Library: uClibc 0.9.26
   
Dimensions:  
Height: 19 mm
Width: 19 mm
Deep: 36 mm
Package: Shielded by metal
Weight: ca.18 g
Ambient Temperature: -40°C to 85°C

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