InHand Fury-P6: Tiny Single Board Computer Optimized for Industrial and Military Use

PDF ICONNXP i.MX 6 PoP Based Fury-P6 SBC Brochure

InHand Fury-P6 SBC top side


Based on the NXP™ i.MX 6 quad or dual package-on-package (PoP) processor, InHand created the ultra-compact Fury-P6™ single board computer (SBC). The Fury-P6 offers an on-board LCD interface, resistive touchscreen interface, Wi-Fi (802.11 ac dual band with enterprise encryption), Bluetooth dual mode (BLE v4.2), eMMC flash memory, audio, battery management/charging, and sensor connection without the need for an additional carrier or daughter card. All this functionality is provided within a compact 2.75” x 2.0” circuit board outline. Additional peripheral interfaces are available via stacking connectors intended for connection to custom daughter cards.

The Fury-P6, with its tiny size and powerful i.MX 6 processor, is ideal for handheld and other space constrained applications that require local processing power, complex operating systems, or high performance graphics. Its wireless capabilities enable mobility and Internet of Things (IoT) applications while its graphics/display features allow for portable human interaction.
NXP i.MX 6 PoP based Fury-P6 SBC block diagram

The i.MX 6 quad core Cortex-A9 provides up to 10,000 DMIPS of computational power while the GPU can be utilized for graphics rendering or general purpose computing via OpenCL libraries. This local computational capability allows for complex data analysis and decision making without the need for high latency and costly data uploads to a central server.

Example applications include: Handheld instruments, portable medical diagnostics, handheld remote controllers, autonomous vehicle/UAV control, portable cameras with image analysis, industrial sensors with data analytics, robotics.

InHand provides Linux and Android BSPs for the Fury-P6. Contact InHand regarding VxWorks RTOS availability. The Fury-P6 development platform is available that includes the Fury-P6 with installed Linux or Android operating system, display with touchscreen, BSP source code, and engineering support, and provides an quick and easy starting point for Fury-based designs.

For customers with specific product requirements, InHand’s engineering services can modify the Fury-P6 or create custom solution daughter cards for the Fury-P6 to meet specifications.


CPUNXP/Freescale i.MX 6 Quad or Dual processor in Package-on-Package (PoP) format, featuring ARM Cortex-A9 800MHz cores, 2D and 3D graphics processing units, video processing unit, OpenVG 1.1 accelerator
RAM1 GB or 2 GB LPDDR2 Package-on-Package (soldered to the CPU)
On-Board Storage4, 8, 16, 32 or 64 GB eMMC flash
Serial 1 UART (4-wire) to header
2 UARTs (both 4-wire), 2 I2C, 1 SPI, 1 PCIe x1 to stacking connector
USB 1 USB 2.0 OTG (client mode only) via micro B USB connector
1 USB 2.0 host to stacking connector/header (can use in one location)
SDHC1 SDHC  x8 (via stacking connector)
SecurityARM TrustZone, Cryptographic Acceleration and Assurance Module (CAAM), true random number generator (within CPU)
Digital AudioAudio codec with amplified stereo speaker output. Stereo line-in and digital mic inputs via stacking connector
Matrix keypad 2×2 (via stacking connector)
GPIOUp to 4 on headers and up to 75 on stacking connectors. Various interfaces can be reconfigured to be GPIO.
EthernetSingle 10/100/1000 Ethernet MAC (PHY can be implemented on daughter card)
Camera/Multi-MediaMIPI-CSI2 (via stacking connector)
Display Support1 LVDS output (up to WXGA (1366 x 768) or 720p (1280 x 720))
1 MIPI-DSI (up to 720p (1280 x 720))
Backlight control & drive on-board
LCD parallel on stacking connector
Touchscreen4-wire resistive controller. I2C capactive touch supported.
Battery SupportLithium ion single cell battery input, battery charger, battery gas gauge
DC Power Input5V to 28V DC via DC power header; 5V via USB OTG. (Consult InHand about total power requirements)
Operating Temperature-30°C to 85°C, with Wi-Fi/BT module installed
-40°C to to 85°C , with Wi-Fi/BT module not installed
RTCBattery-backed real-time clock
WatchdogCPU-based watchdog
Operating SystemsLinux 4.x, Android 7.1 (Marshmallow), VxWorks 7 (TBD)
Wireless Networking802.11 b/g/n/ac dual band (enterprise encryption available), Bluetooth dual mode (BLE 4.2, 5.0 ready)
SensorsAccelerometer, magnetometer, gyroscope
Dimensions2.75″ x 2.0″ (69.9mm x 50.8mm)

The following documents are available: Hardware Reference Manual, Android BSP Reference Manual, Linux BSP Reference Manual, VxWorks BSP Reference Manual

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