ACME Systems launched Arietta G25 a new micro Linux Board

By on January 30, 2014
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ACME Systems announced a Micro new board: Arietta (now selling 9.99 €).

Here are the specs:

  • CPU: Atmel’s AT91SAM9G25 (ARM9 clocked @ 400Mhz)
  • RAM: 128 MByte DDR2
  • MicroSD Socket for up to 32GB bootable Linux microSD (not included)
  • USB 2.0 ports: 1 hi-speed host/device, 1 hi-speed host, 1 full-speed
  • I2C bus: 1
  • SPI bus: 1 with 2 chip select (5 to 50 MHz)
  • PWM: 4 lines
  • A/D converters: 4 channels@10 bit
  • Size: 25x51mm
  • Power supply: single 3.3 Volt DC
  • Line levels: TTL 3.3V (NOT 5V tolerant)
  • Operative temperature range: -20 +70 °C
  • Pinstrip: 20×2 pitch 2,54mm (100mils)
  • PCB layers: 8

The software is supplied on a microSD (not included) in the same way as for the previous model, the Aria. 

It sports Linux/Debian latest release and gives you the possibility to use  almost every development languages ​​and programming from any environment (such as Windows, Linux and Mac) via USB port.

In few words, by connecting a USB cable it pulls on a new port from which it is possible to access the board via web and have an editor/compiler for  C , C + +. Java, Python or nodejs without installing  anything on your PC  (

Arietta G25 – Preview.


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