Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3+ Development Kit
The Compute Module 3+ (CM3+) development kit includes everything you need to begin embedding Pi functionality into your design.
The CM3+ is a prototyping platform aimed at business and industrial users.
The CM3+ has the same core and features the Broadcom BCM2837B0 SoC from the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+. The Pi Compute Module is smaller and can be integrated into designs. The module is based on the SODIMM standard so you can use standard connectors and embed into systems and other products.
All modules are CE and FCC compliant.
The Raspberry Pi CM3+ will remain in production until at least January 2024.
Compute Module 3+ Development Kit Contents
● Compute Module IO Board – this serves as an adapter to help set your module up by providing standard connectors including USB, GPIO, HDMI, camera and display
● CM3+/32GB - Compute Module 3+ with 32GB on-board eMMC memory (RS 183-9893)
● CM3+/Lite – Compute Module 3+ Lite without on-board eMMC memory (RS 182-9890)
● Compute Module IO board camera adapter
● Compute Module IO board display adapter
● USB A to micro USB B cable
● 4 X jumper wires
Compute Module 3+ Specifications
Memory: 1GB LPDDR2 SDRAM
Processor: Broadcom BCM2837B0, Cortex-A53 64-bit SoC @ 1.2GHz
Multimedia: H.264, MPEG-4 decode (1080p30), H.264 encode (1080p30), OpenGL ES 1.1, 2.0 graphics
Operating System: NOOBS_3_0_0 (16th November 2018) or later
Board Dimensions: 67.6mm x 31.1mm x 3.7mm (highest component)
Board Weight: 9 grams
The Compute Module IO Board V3 is a development kit for those who wish to make use of the Raspberry Pi in a more flexible form factor, intended for industrial applications. The IO Board V3 is made for developing with CM3, CM3L, and CM1. The Compute Module contains the guts of a Raspberry Pi 3 (the BCM2837 processor and 1GB RAM). The accompanying IO Board is a simple, open-source breakout board that you can plug a Compute Module into. The board hosts 120 GPIO pins, an HDMI port, a USB port, two camera ports, and two display ports. Designing the Module into a custom system should be relatively straightforward as we’ve put all the tricky bits onto the Module itself, and you have the freedom to add extra components and place parts exactly where your product needs them.