The Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4S has up to 8 GB of memory


Author: Raspberry Pi Foundation

Since 2014, the Raspberry Pi Foundation has been providing the power of a Raspberry Pi computer in a flexible form factor designed specifically for industrial and embedded applications. This variant is called the Raspberry Pi Compute Module. An expansion of the Compute Module 4S range was announced today, which in addition to the original 1GB variant is also available with 2GB, 4GB and 8GB of memory.

Compute Module 4S is based on the Raspberry Pi 4 architecture and is designed for customers upgrading from Compute Module 3 or Compute Module 3+ who want to keep the same form factor but want more processing power and more memory.

The 4S board will be in production for at least ten years, until January 2034. The developers have prepared a detailed document for the transition [PDF], which will help users switch to it from compute module 1, 3 or 3+. A brief description of the product is also available [PDF] and complete wiring documentation [PDF].

Compute Module 4S boards are in stock and available now at select retailers. The delivery time is said to be a maximum of six weeks, while the modules are delivered in packs of 200 pieces. Prices start at 25 US dollars, which is roughly 600 crowns.

The article is in Czech

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