With the module based on an ARM Cortex A8, we offer you a professional component to implement sophisticated control, automation and data communication tasks.

With the eNetMaxi you get a complete microprocessor system for a Linux system that, in conjunction with a carrier card, makes USB ports, serial interfaces, SD cards and the network connection up to the RJ45 socket available 'on-board'.

  • ARM Cortex-A8, 1GHz
  • 512MB DDR3 RAM
  • 16 Bit GPMC-Bus
  • Timer, Interrupts
  • RTC, Watchdog

Many of the CPU's interfaces are routed to the carrier card and can be used to implement serial interfaces (UART, SPI, I2C), USB ports, SD cards or digital inputs/outputs. It is also intended to be used as an address and data bus (GPMC) to connect external peripherals (FPGA).


Because of its extremely small dimensions of just 47 mm x 60 mm, the eNetMaxi is ideal for integration into very small devices.


To meet industrial requirements, the module can be soldered directly to the carrier board using standard post connectors. Independently of this, the module can be plugged in for laboratory use.


Libraries for various CAD systems, such as Altium Designer, are available to make it easier to integrate the eNetMini into your own projects.

Long-term availibility

We guarantee a long-term availability of the module of at least 5 years.

Thanks to our own development and production facilities in Wuppertal, compatible successors can be realized beyond this period.

The firmware supplied with the eNetMini is immediately ready for use and functional, but can be adapted to the respective requirements using the Code Composer Studio (IDE, Texas Instruments). The easiest way to get started with your development is to use one of our eNetEval.1502