This ARM926-based stand-alone computer is an excellent choice for thin-client, low-cost, low-power consumption computing.
The small footprint and low power requirements (supports Power-over-Ethernet, PoE) make the KBAT9261 ideally suited for facility applications and remote computing.
While the test system is shown running a GNOME environment, the KBAT9261 is targeted at light-weight environments.
Applications can be developed natively on the board: removing the need for a cross-compiler host environment. Or based on preference, the AT91SAM9261 is also supported by the open-source (free) GNU cross-compiler tool chain for software development from a host system. In either case, there's no need to purchase additional tools for applications software development.
Sample applications include kiosks, facility maintenance/controller, games, embedded compiler/debugger, streaming audio client, and data concentrator.
8-bit, addressable, parallel I/O port (internal)
USB device port pins (internal)
Current state: Offered to developers.
NOTE: PoE connections supplied on pins 4/5 and 7/8.