mikromedia HMI boards are driven by FTDI Chip's FT900Q with their proprietary 32-bit RISC core with industry-leading performance. With execution from shadow memory, the MCU can achieve speeds of 3.1 DMIPS/MHz at 100 MHz. FT900Q has 256KB of Flash memory, a small part of which is taken by the built-in bootloader.
The concept of mikromedia HMI is to keep only the essential components that simplify its integration into a final product, whilst keeping overall costs down.
The board integrates a microSD card for expanding storage capacity, a haptic feedback motor, small audio speaker, and a micro USB connector. A connector for interfacing the MCU with external electronics, along with a separate connector for FT900Q's parallel camera interface.
mikromedia for HMI 4.3" Caphas a high-quality Riverdi display with 16.7M color depth and 550 NIT brigtness. The display is driven by a FT813 graphic controller. A mounting frame surrounding the screen simplifies integration.
Extras. mikromedia HMI breakout board (sold separately) contains a micro USB port, an RJ-45 ethernet connector, as well as an external programmer connector (ideally used with mikroProg for FT90x). Two 24-pin flat cables are included in the packaging, enabling the use of both mikromedia HMI connectors at the same time (MAIN, CAMERA).