• Ready-to-use computing engine, integrate with a product-specific carrier board
  • ARM, x86, and FPGA processors
  • Matching Board Support Package (BSP) with source code
  • Linux, Android, Windows Embedded operating systems, Windows 10 IoT Core operating systems
  • Highly configurable
  • Extensive form-factor portfolio from 33 x 49 mm to 125 x 95 mm
  • Long-term availability, 10+ years
  • Industrial temperature, conformal coating options
  • Development kits for easy evaluation and early application development
  • SECO design services for custom carrier boards
  • Custom COM design available

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Industry Standard Modules

Proprietary COM Standards

Our extensive range of form factors means you can always make the right choice for your end device. Choose a small form factor, such as Myon, Trizeps, uQseven, or SMARC for small, handheld and portable electronic devices. Choose COM Express and COM-HPC modules for high performance, more powerful, but not as space constrained applications, such as complex machinery, rugged box computers, and higher performance sensor processing nodes.


What is a Computer on Module?

COM technology provides a complete, verified computing engine on a circuit board for integration into an embedded product. Utilizing a COM enables engineering teams to focus on implementing their company’s core competencies and added value – leveraging a commercial off-the-shelf processing solution - thus reducing the complexity, risk, development time, and engineering costs of the product design team.

The COM (also known as a System on Module (SOM)) minimally includes a CPU, memory, storage, power management, and other support functions. Many COM boards also implement additional functions such as Wi-Fi® and Bluetooth®. This relatively small, high density circuit board is mounted onto a product-specific carrier board. Using defined standards with fixed pin-outs, COM modules within a form-factor are upgradeable as processing technology advances.

SECO COM solutions include a corresponding operating system, a Board Support Package (BSP), and a software development kit (SDK). This allows software developers to implement their applications relatively quickly.

Pioneers of ARM-based COM technology

The world's first ARM-based SOM (System On Module), also named COM, came from our production facility in Wuppertal (formerly Keith & Koep). The Trizeps I was the first to implement the idea of making the recurring core elements available in an embedded system in the form factor of a SODIMM CPU module. With this system, development times could be significantly shortened and a faster "time-to-market" realised.

This idea became established step by step and is now used worldwide, among others in industrial and medical technology areas. Later, this system became the international industry standard. The first CPU module generation had the SODIMM 144 standard, which was subsequently replaced by the SODIMM 200 standard due to the need for more and more interfaces.

The Myon module series launched a new COM generation with a very compact form factor, making them easy to integrate into high-performance IoT and battery-powered handheld devices.

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