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Epson Announces Reference Design Kit for State-of-the-Art Drive Recorder IC


TOKYO, Japan, Seiko Epson Corporation (“Epson”, TSE:6724) today announced the release of a reference design kit equipped with its state-of-the-art drive recorder IC, the S2S65A30. The new kit became available in November.

The kit comes with everything needed to support the latest drive recorder functions, including an S2S65A30-equipped main board, an analog camera interface board, and Linux-based drive recorder applications.
The drive recorder applications are provided with royalty-free source code, and are available for instant download from Epson online. Having source code included means this kit significantly reduces the time required to develop a drive recorder.
Features of the new kit

* Comes with Epson’s state-of-the-art, ARM-equipped drive recorder IC, the S2S65A30
* Connects with analog cameras via a CMOS camera- and video decoder-equipped interface board
* Includes Linux-based drive recorder applications to support the following functions:
o Recording from two cameras simultaneously
o Audio recording (requires microphone)
o Choice of either SD or CF cards for storage of video data
o Choice of either real time recording or event recording (latter requires accelerometer)
o Playback of footage on PCs via USB interface
* Includes IAR Systems* ARM development environment
o The comprehensive development tools of IAR Embedded Workbench (32KB KickStart Edition)


* IAR Systems AB
IAR Systems is a Swedish supplier of compilers and other software tools for embedded systems development. With authorized distributors in over 30 countries worldwide, IAR offers a range of unique embedded systems development solutions, including RTOS, middleware, compilers, debuggers, state machine design tools, and JTAG ICE.

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