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The Linux ARM module in an award-winning Compact Flash housing: energy efficient ARM technology for a simple and quick design of individual requirements.

The Picos' 50 processor pins offer a range of possibilities without requiring an unnecessary complicated development. Ethernet, serial interfaces, ADC and IO's along others can be combined to your own tailor-made device. With Linux a full-fledged operating system allows freedom in programming languages and a wide choice of ready-to-use applications. 


ledato-picosg20-arm-module-with-casingas single module with casing


ledato picosg20 base board with tftwith TFT-baseboard


Features PicosG20


Embedded ARM9 core

  • Atmel® AT91SAM9G20 processor
  • 32 KB data cache, 32 KB instruction cache
  • MMU (memory management unit)
  • 400 MHz
  • Temparture range: -40 to +85 C°


  • 32 or 64 MB SDRAM
  • 128 or 512 NAND Flash


  • 10/100 Ethernet MAC
  • 2 x USB host 2.0 full speed (12 Mbit/s)
  • 1 x USB device
  • 4 channel 10-bit ADC
  • TWI, SPI
  • Up to 4 USART (TTL)
  • Up to 40 digital I/O ports
  • DBGU (TTL)
  • SD card interface


  • ROHS / RoHS II compliant
  • Robust 50-pin CompactFlash housing
  • Operating voltage 3.3 V
  • Linux Debian pre-installed with on target development


  • 42.8 x 36.4 x 3.3 mm (similar to CompactFlash Type 1)



PicosG20 by Ledato: efficient Linux on a compact design
PicosG20 without housing
PicosG20 uncovered: ARM9 computer-on-module very compact
SAMDIP-7S256: ARM7 board with Debug interface
valuable protection with housing and innovative 50-pin-connector
PicosG20 fitted on baseboard
PicosG20 baseboard regulary with TFT
PicosG20 baseboard regulary with TFT

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