Verdin Arm Family
Verdin is a System on Module standard expanding on the successful Colibri and Apalis form factors. It provides a revised, modern and capable interface set and focuses on ease-of-use, robustness and being future-proof.
Verdin is similar sized to the Colibri but with a higher pin count. A DDR4 SODIMM edge connector provides a cost-effective, highly reliable, shock- and vibration-resistant connection.
The future-proof pinout gives developers simple access to the latest interfaces, and a wide range of pin-compatible modules will provide excellent scalability. Three simple categories of Interface pins are available. Fully compatible pins are guaranteed to be available on every Verdin module. Reserved pins have a reserved dedicated function and are available on most Verdin modules. Type-specific pins provide access to specific features of a certain SoC, but are not guaranteed to be compatible with other Verdin modules.
The Verdin Family taps into the rich Toradex ecosystem, offering industry-leading free support, an in-house open-source Linux operating system and a range of partner operating systems including Android and QNX. A wide range of industry-specific off-the-shelf software solutions (e.g. Qt, Crank, and CODESYS) are available as easy to integrate packages. In addition, a broad range of off-the-shelf carrier boards are currently in development by Toradex and its partners.
The first Verdin modules are available with the NXP i.MX 8M Mini applications processor. A version with the i.MX 8M Nano is available as a built-to-order (BTO) option. Toradex is also actively developing a Verdin module with the upcoming NXP i.MX 8M Plus processor, which includes a Neural Network Processing Unit ideal for Machine Learning applications.
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First look at the Verdin System on Module
QNX is a microkernel-based realtime operating system, primarily targeted at embedded systems requiring high safety and security. For information about the current state of QNX get in touch with our Sales Team
Verdin Computer on Modules - Comparison Table
400 MHz (M4F)
3D: Vivante GCNanoUltra
General: Some interfaces are available on pins that are not entirely compatible within the Verdin Computer on Module family. There are restrictions to using different interfaces simultaneously, please check the respective datasheet for exact details.
Verdin Carrier Boards
with HDMI Adapter
The Verdin Development Board is a fully featured carrier board providing easy access to all features of the Verdin family. It is an ideal platform for hardware development and integration. The board is compatible with all current and future Verdin modules.
Be it USB 3.0, Gigabit Ethernet, HDMI, MIPI DSI, MIPI CSI or PCIe: the board provides access to Verdin high-speed interfaces. Transceivers for CAN, RS-232 and RS-485 let you connect industry-standard interfaces directly.
with HDMI Adapter
Dahlia is a compact carrier board providing easy access to the most common features of the Verdin family. It is an ideal platform for software development and demonstration purposes. The board is compatible with all current and future Verdin modules.
You can power Dahlia via a USB-C connector (USB Power Delivery capable). The board can also be powered via a barrel connector (5V-27V DC).
Other Computer on Module Families
Apalis Arm family Computer on Modules (CoMs) offers advanced computing with supreme graphics at optimal power consumption, along with support of high speed interfaces and extensive multimedia formats. Includes free Operating System support for Embedded Linux and Windows Embdded Compact
Colibri Arm family offers an extensive portfolio of pin-compatible System on Modules(SoMs). These SoMs have small form factor, complemented with the presence of many industrial and connectivity interfaces. Includes free Operating System support for Embedded Linux and Windows Embdded Compact