Project of a carrier board for raspberry pi compute module 4. Requirements:
- supply voltage: 24V
- isolated rs-232/485 (configurable or both as a separated interfaces)
- isolated canbus
- 16x digital input 24V (expander over i2c)
- 16x digital output 24V (expander over i2c)
- sd card slot
- 2x USB
- slave USB
- LEDs and buttosn (power status, reset, eMMC programming, etc)
- standard RPI 40-pins header
- compact size
- optimization for JLCPCB
Designer must be experienced with CM4 or other CM modules.
Hello, I am an electronics and telecommunication engineer and my major is wireless systems' design. I am experienced in hardware and embedded systems' design. I have designed/printed/tested many PCBs and I am quite exp Daha Fazla
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Hi, I have almost 15 years of experience. I have read the details and have a few questions. Please get back to me to discuss it further. Thanks
I have more than 7 years experience in embedded hardware and firmware development and I also worked on RPI based many projects . SO i can do your job within a time limit with your satisfaction.
Hello. I am interested in your project. I am familiar with CM4 and jetson modules and have worked on them before. Please send me a message so that we can discuss more. Thank you. Regards.
Raspberry Pi CM4 carrier board I have read and understood all your project details and I feel my self the best candidate to complete this project with 100% accuracy. I have vast amount of experience in this indust Daha Fazla
I'm interested in your project and I can do this. I'm an Embedded software engineer and I have experience in C Programming and Embedded software, let us talk about your project.
Good day! I am a hardware design expert. I have previous hardware design experience using raspberry pi compute module CM4. You will get the best results if you hire me. Best regards.
Hi, I have designed working CM4 carrier boards previously and can deliver your design for JLCPCB manufacturing on time and within budget. Kind Regards, Nigel Evans [login to view URL]