Versions of the Qseven computer – featuring single-to-quad-core- i.MX6 processors from NXP (formerly Freescale) – are available on modules. The FS700 Qseven module from DFI Tech features a 1.0GHz SoC processor with less than 5W of power consumption. The board has 1GB or 2GB of DDR3 system memory and up to 16GB of eMMC Flash memory. HDMI graphics support resolution up to 1,920 x 1,200 pixels @ 60Hz, and dual LVDS interfaces offer up to 2,560 x 1,600 @ 60Hz resolution for one port. Additionally, the module has built-in video, 2D graphics, and 3D graphics processors.
Compliant to the Qseven revision 1.2 specification, the FS700 has I/O interfaces of CANbus, RS-232, LAN, I2S, dual I2C, and 4x USB 3.0. The unit also has 1x PCIe expansion and a supports 1x SATA 2.0 interface and a microSD socket.
Shape sensor fiber
High quality, twisted, multicore optical fiber with continuous Fiber Bragg Gratings (FBGs), from OFS meet critical 3D shape sensing specifications such as twist rate, coating concentricity, grating reflectivity, and grating spacing.
OFS can produce a wide range of fibers with optimized features such as multiple cores, select cutoff, specific numerical apertures, and core-to-core spacing. In addition, engineers at OFS have developed a platform to write high-quality, continuous gratings without stripping and recoating the fiber. This process preserves the fiber’s mechanical integrity and allows for customization and optimization of products to meet various customers’ demands. www.ofsoptics.com/medical