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Two 2x70 2.0mm male headers.
  
 
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Revision as of 03:25, 29 May 2013

MarsBoard V1.3
Marsboard upper.jpg
Manufacturer HAOYU Electronics
Dimensions 80mm x 55mm
Website www.marsboard.com
Specifications
SoC A10 @ 1Ghz
DRAM 1GB DDR3
NAND 4GB
Power 5V 2A 4.0mm/1.7mm barrel plug
Features
Video Mini HDMI 1.3
Audio HDMI + 3.5mm plug analog audio output
Network 10/100
Storage 4GB Flash + SD card slot for up to 32GB + SATA port
USB (Host/OTG) 2 x USB 2.0 Host, 1 x USB 2.0 OTG
External Headers

2*70p, including:

  • i2c (twi)
  • spi
  • rgb/lvds
  • csi/ts
  • fm-in
  • adc
  • cvbs
  • vga
  • spdif-out
  • touch-panel

MarsBoard is a small (80mm x 55mm), hacker friendly, extendable and very low-cost while powerful ARM board with Allwinner A10 SoC.

Contents

Getting started

See the section MarsBoard/FirstSteps for more details on getting started with the MarsBoard.

The marsboard with a pre-installed buildroot image, see Buildroot to rebuild it and possibly apply your customizaions. See Building on Debian for more detailed instructions on building images.

The pre-installed image is for testing only. If you have a HDMI screen or TV that can handle 720p you can see diagnostic output when you power on the board.

Expansion ports

MarsBoard V1.3

Two 2x70 2.0mm male headers.

U14 (Next to SATA connector)
LCD
1 PD0 (LCDD0/LVDSP0) 2 Ground
3 PD2 (LCDD2/LVDS0P1) 4 PD1 (LCDD1/LVDS0N0)
5 PD4 (LCDD4/LNVS0P2) 6 PD3 (LCDD3/LVDS0N1)
7 PD6 (LCDD6/LVDS0PC) 8 PD5 (LCDD5/LVDS0N2)
9 Ground 10 PD7 (LCDD7/LVDS0NC)
11 PD9 (LCDD9/LVDS0N3) 12 PD8 (LCDD8/LVDS0P3)
13 PD11 (LCDD11/LVDS1N0) 14 PD10 (LCDD10/LVDS1P0)
15 PD13 (LCDD13/LVDS1N1) 16 PD12 (LCDD12/LVDS1P1)
17 PD15 (LCDD15/LVDS1N2) 18 PD14 (LCDD14/LVDS1P2)
19 PD16 (LCDD16/LVDS1PC) 20 Ground
21 PD18 (LCDD18/LVDS1P3) 22 PD17 (LCDD17/LVDS1NC)
23 PD20 (LCDD20) 24 PD19 (LCDD19/LVDS1N3)
25 PD22 (LCDD22) 26 PD21 (LCDD21)
27 PD27 (LCDVSYNC)-VGA-VSYNC 28 PD23 (LCDD23)
29 PD24 (LCDCLK) 30 PD26 (LCDHSYNC)-VGA-HSYNC
31 PB2 (PWM0) 32 PD25 (LCDDE)
33 YP_TP (TP-Y1) 34 XP_TP (TP-X1)
35 YN_TP (TP-Y2) 36 XN_TP (TP-X2)
37 PH7 (LCD0-BL-EN/LCD-PIO0/UART5-RX/EINT7) 38 Ground
39 PB11 (LCD0-SDA/LCD-PIO2) 40 PB10 (LCD0-SCK/LCD-PIO1)
41 SPDIF 42 Ground
43 VCC-5V 44 3.3V (nc in 2012-08-08)
SPI0
45 PI10 (SPI0-CS/UART5-TX/EINT22) 46 PI12 (SPI0-MOSI/UART6-TX/EINT24)
47 PI11 (SPI0-CLK/UART5-RX/EINT23) 48 PI13 (SPI0-MISO/UART6-RX/EINT25)
U15 (Between Ethernet port and USB ports)
CSI1/TS
1 VCC-5V 2 PH15 (CSI1-PWR/EINT15)
3 CSI1-IO-2V8 4 PH14 (CSI1-RST#/EINT14)
5 PG0 (CSI1-PCLK/SDC1-CMD) 6 PB18 (TWI1-SCK)
7 PB19 (TWI1-SDA) 8 PG3 (CSI1-VSYNC/SDC1-D1)
9 PG2 (CSI1-HSYNC/SDC1-D0) 10 PG1 (CSI1-MCLK/SDC1-CLK)
11 PG4 (CSI1-D0/SDC1-D2) 12 PG5 (CSI1-D1/SDC1-D3)
13 PG6 (CSI1-D2/UART3-TX) 14 PG7 (CSI1-D3/UART3-RX)
15 PG8 (CSI1-D4/UART3-RTS) 16 PG9 (CSI1-D5/UART3-CTS)
17 PG10 (CSI1-D6/UART4-TX) 18 PG11 (CSI1-D7/UART4-RX)
19 Ground 20 Ground
Analog SDIO3
21 FMINL 22 PI4 (SDC3-CMD)
23 FMINR 24 PI5 (SDC3-CLK)
25 Ground 26 PI6 (SDC3-D0)
27 VGA-R 28 PI7 (SDC3-D1)
29 VGA-G 30 PI8 (SDC3-D2)
31 VGA-B 32 PI9 (SDC3-D3)
CSI0/TS
33 LCD1-VSYNC 34 PE4 (CSI0-D0)
35 LCD1-HSYNC 36 PE5 (CSI0-D1)
37 Ground 38 PE6 (CSI0-D2)
39 AVCC 40 PE7 (CSI0-D3)
41 LRADC0 42 PE8 (CSI0-D4)
43 CVBS 44 PE9 (CSI0-D5)
45 HPL 46 PE10 (CSI0-D6)
47 HPR 48 PE11 (CSI0-D7)

Debugging

Hardware Hacking

Software Hacking

Photos

Components

  • A10 SoC
  • GT8UB256M16BP-BG 256X16 DDR3-1333-9-9-9 SDRAM
  • AXP209 Power management
  • RTL8201CP Realtec 8201CP MII PHY
  • Samsung K9GBG08UOA-SCB0 8 GiB Flash Rom
  • LFN Infrared detector

References

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See also

External

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