Apalis Arm Family
Apalis is a scalable System on Module (SoM) / Computer on Module (CoM) family that aims to provide high performance in a compact form factor. Apalis enables the development of advanced and robust products within a short time and with low risks. Apalis modules scale to the highest performance in the Toradex product range, and they provide the most interfaces of any product line on the 314-pin MXM connectors. Apalis modules are suited to a larger number of applications in such fields as healthcare, industrial automation, robotics, smart cities and many more. Apalis modules are supported by Toradex software offerings and the company’s rich ecosystem of other products and services.
The Apalis Computer on Module Family
Apalis Computer on Modules - Comparison Table
4x Arm Cortex™-A53
1.26 GHz (A53)
266 MHz (M4)
NXP® Kinetis™ K20 Companion MCU
100 MHz (M4)
266 MHz (M4)
1x 4 Bit
2x 1366 x 768 x 24bpp Single
1 x 2048 x 1536 x 24bpp Dual
2x Dual Lane MIPI CSI-2
1x 1920 x 1200 x 24bpp Dual
(1)The RAM on the V1.0A and V1.0B samples are not IT-grade, but will be changed in the future. Furthermore, the Wi-Fi component on the module is limited to an operating temperature range of -30° to +85°C. As this component is not deemed boot-critical, the Apalis iMX8QM 4GB WB IT is still listed as an Industrial Temperature product.
General: Some interfaces are available on pins that are not entirely compatible within the Apalis Computer on Module family. There are restrictions to using different interfaces simultaneously, please check the respective datasheet for exact details.