This Pack: An assembly of Overo products offering DM3730 processing, high speed USB OTG and 8GB of storage.
Applications Include: Ideal Overo pack for student or robotics lab, designer workshop for DM3730 development, tiny remote/isolated data collection device and more.
Note: Product substitutions cannot be made to a Gumstix pack. Feel free to
assemble your own gum pack by selecting desired products individually through
2 x 70-pin AVX connectors
27-pin connector for camera signals
COM Mounting Holes
Four (4) x #0 mounting holes for extra secure mounting of an Overo COM
Digital signal processor (DSP)
C64x Fixed Point DSP 660,800 Mhz (Max.)
OpenGL POWER SGX Graphics Accelerator
Within the Overo series of products
Input: 5.5V recommended (Max: 10V)
Texas Instruments TPS65950
Texas Instruments DaVinci DM3730
Up to 1 GHz (recommended @ 800MHz)
Built with components rated -20< T <70C
BRD30011 @ 6.6g
PKG30011 @ 17g (incl. shipping case)
Each Overo® Breakout pack comes with:
5V US Power Adapter
5V power adapter for use in North America.
Overo System Card (Angstrom 8GB)
Bootable microSD for Overo COM
OMAP3730-based Gumstix Overo computer-on-module (includes OpenGL and DSP) with 1GB RAM & 0MB Flash.
DIP style breakout board for any Overo COM featuring USB OTG, 3.3V supply and level shifters for use with a set of test pads.
USB Mini-B to Standard-A Cable
A USB cable for connecting your USB Console Port-enabled Gumstix system to a development machine or for USB On-the-Go in device mode.
microSD Card Slot
An onboard card-slot for system storage expansion using microSD cards.
Texas Instruments DM3730 Applications Processor
1GHz ARM Cortex-A8 DaVinci DM3730 high-performance, extended temperature microprocessor. Includes a 720p HD DSP imaging and video accelerator and PowerVR SGX graphics accelerator with Open GL ES 2.0 and OpenVG support. The DM3730 has been designed to provide best in class ARM and graphics performance while delivering low power consumption.
This image is recommended for beginners looking to get up and running as quickly as possible. Users who need the absolute latest supported version of Linux or more advanced developers may wish to consider switching to the Yocto Project image.