Desktop POS

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Desktop POS

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Our integrated circuits and reference designs will help you jumpstart your electronic point of sale (EPOS), elastic container registry (ECR) and cash drawer projects through a secure processor, an efficient power management design and different wired and wireless interfaces Based on your needs.

Design requirements

Desktop point of sale (POS) systems require:

  • Sitara ARM™ processor enabled cryptography, secure boot, tamper protection, secure storage and more.
  • Full duplex wireless, like Bluetooth® and WiFi, and wired, like Ethernet, communication with remote servers and data storage facilities.
  • PMICs provide the EPOS, ECR and cash drawer with a solution to generate and regulate core, memory and input/output power.

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More literature Bringing deep learning to embedded systems (Rev. A) 28 Feb 2019
More literature Bringing Wireless Scalability to Intelligent Sensing Applications (Rev. B) 25 Aug 2016
More literature Sitara Processor Security (Rev. D) 20 May 2019
Technical articles A history of industrial Ethernet protocols and their benefits 15 Jul 2020
More literature Sitara AM438x processor: tamper protection 14 Aug 2017
Technical articles Capture, imagine, create: Enabling highly-accurate desktop 3D printing and portable 3D scanning with new DLP Pico chipsets 10 Jul 2018
More literature Enabling modern retail and logistics automation 09 Jun 2021
Technical articles 48V systems: Design considerations for a typical auxiliary power inverter 08 Jul 2015
Technical articles Four design tips to obtain 2MHz switching frequency 03 Oct 2016

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