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  • 21/11/2022

OK3568-C SBC provides dual GbE, WiFi 5, 4G/5G connectivity, multiple display interfaces

Taking a break from the recent RK3588 news, let’s check out a board based on Rockchip RK3568 quad-core Arm Cortex-A55 processor with the Forlinx OK3568-C single board computer equipped with up to 8GB RAM and 64 GB storage.

The board is comprised of the company’s FET3568-C system-on-module and OK3568-C carrier board offering multiple display interfaces, plenty of connectivity options with dual Gigabit Ethernet, WiFI 5, Bluetooth 5.0, as well as optional 4G or 5G cellular connectivity, and PCIe slots.

OK3568-C SBC provides dual GbE, WiFi 5, 4G/5G connectivity, multiple display interfaces

OK3568-C specifications:

  • OK3568-C carrier coard
  • Camera I/F – 1x MIPI-CSI connector tested with OV13850 camera sensor
  • Audio – 1x stereo headphone output, 1x 1.3W class D amplifier output, 1x MIC input
  • Connectivity
  • USB – 2x USB 2.0 host Type-A ports, 1x USB 3.0 Type-A port, USB 2.0 OTG “contained in USB 3.0 port, and can be used as slave mode for OS image flashing and ADB debugging”.
  • Expansion
  • Debugging – USB Type-C connect for serial console
  • Misc – RTC + CR2032 battery, 8x buttons (reset, power on/off, OTG programming, Maskrom, VOL+, VOL-, HOME, ESC)
  • Power Supply – 12V DC
  • Dimensions – TBD
  • The board makes full use of the multiplexed interfaces of Rockchip RK3568 processor with for example the PCIe slot configurable as PCIe 2.0 or SATA 3.0 and the expansion headers usable as an interface to connected an RGB display or modules connected over UART, I2C, SPI and/or GPIOs.

    Forlinx provides Linux 4.19+Qt5.12 and Android 11 BSPs, and expect the module to be used in various sectors including healthcare, industry 4.0, transportation, media streaming, security, AI applications, energy management, and other related applications.

    The company did not provide availability and pricing information for the module and board. You may find more details and/or request additional information on the product page.

    Jean-Luc Aufranc (CNXSoft)

    Jean-Luc started CNX Software in 2010 as a part-time endeavor, before quitting his job as a software engineering manager, and starting to write daily news, and reviews full time later in 2011.