ARMWorks = Applied RISC Machine Works
Please use our algorithmically allotted phone number 253 514-8130 to reach a cheerful employee. EMail is ARMWorks@gmail.com
This year the Chinese New Year / Spring Festival holiday runs from Jan 18 to Jan 28. Many Chinese companies, including FriendlyELEC, have started the holiday the on Monday the 16th. At ARMWorks here near Seattle we will be working on inventory, support, and administrative backlogs. Someone will be available most of the time. With any luck we will have a new shopping cart set up and resume retail web site sales.
Our business model has to do more work with OEMs (Original Equipment Manufactures) who buy in volume or need customized systems, with shipping direct from FriendlyELEC in Guangzhou. Meanwhile, until we get the shopping cart running again, to buy retail send an email with the products you need, shipping address, and shipping method - USPS Priority Mail, UPS, FedEx, DHL. Include a phone number. We will send a PayPal invoice. Feel free to call with questions or to discuss option. 253 514-8130
Allwinner H5 is EOL. Designs that use the Allwinner 64-bit H5 Quad Core SoC (ARM cortex-A53) are discontinued due to Allwinner ceasing manufacture of the H5. The affected systems include NanoPi NEO Plus2 V2.0, NEO Core2, NanoPi K1Plus, and NanoPi NEO2. New version of these boards are in design and test with the Rockchip RK3328, which has the same ARM cores and matching IP for the various I/O and video processing. The new versions are (nearly) pin-for-pin compatible. The RK3328 based NanoPi R2S in production and selling very well. Stay tuned for product page additions and updates.
OEMs can request Bulk Packaging
OEM or Bulk Packaging saves space, time, and money - which is what runs the Universe. For example, 100 NanoPi NEO can fit a small box. Here is an example with Smart210 Modules.
NanoPi M4 with NVME SSD
Here is the fantastic NanoPi M4 with its special heat sink and the NVME Hat and an M.2 SSD. The hat has mounting holes for the M4 WiFi antennas for mounting without a housing. The heat sink has standard 1/4-20 threaded holes that fit photo tripods and standard optical tables as shown. A simple threaded spacer is used in this case.
are working with the NanoPi M4 NVMe SSD Adapter and the CNC case. Here is
the adapter in action. It has the proper holes for the two WiFi antennas as well in order to make a complete working system.
What a cool combination, and easy to work with during development. This is an M4 with 2G RAM and 256GB SSD. The whole thing is only 3.5 inches or 9cm long. It can be used like this, or dropped directly into the CNC case.