The IGEPv2 board is a low-power, fanless single-board computer based on the OMAP 3 series (also known as Cortex-A8) of ARM-compatible processors. It is developed and produced by Spanish corporation ISEE and is the second IGEP platform in the series. The IGEPv2 is open hardware, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-ShareAlike 3.0 unported license.
- Package on package Memory/Processor
- Texas Instruments OMAP3530 or DM3730 multicore processor
- 512MB of NAND flash memory
- 512MB of LPDDR SDRAM @ 200 MHz
- Peripheral connections
- 5 V via 3.5 mm barrel DC connector (AC adapter available)
- JST connector also supported
- Other Expansions
- Console RS-232 port
- JTAG Interface
- Dimensions: 93x65 mm (3.6x2.5 inches)
- Beagle Board - OMAP board from Texas Instruments and Digikey
- OpenPandora - handheld game console that uses Texas Instruments OMAP3530 and DM3730
- Gumstix overo - a similar single-board computer package that uses the OMAP3503 and the OMAP3530
- OSWALD - OMAP3530 application developed by Oregon State University students for computer science education
- EBVBeagle Board - Beagle Board clone from EBV Elektronik.
- Empower Technologies's EMP3503 and EMP3530 - OMAP35x based single-board computers
- FOX Board - a complete Linux system in just 66 x 72 mm, not OMAP based
- IGEPv2 Board product page
- ISEE Official Website
- ISEE Online Store
- IGEPv2 Hardware Reference Manual
- Texas Instruments OMAP3530 Applications Processor product page
- Texas Instruments DM3730 Digital Media Processor product page
- "IGEPv2 Board". ISEE. Retrieved 20 March 2012.
- "OMAP3530/25 Applications Processor datasheet" (PDF). Texas Instruments. Retrieved 20 March 2012.
- "DM3730, DM3725 Digital Media Processors datasheet" (PDF). Texas Instruments. Retrieved 20 March 2012.