Original BPI-M1 Banana Pi A20 Dual Core 1GB RAM Open-source development board
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accessories as follow : BPI OV5640 camera, 7 inch touch screen, USB power connector (5V 2A)
Banana Pi is an open platform device, it is for anyone who wants to play and build with developer technology instead of simply using consumer technology. Backed by our community, starting a project and building servers is fun and rewardingThe BPI-M1 is our first product in our goal of creating an open source devlopment board community. With a Banana Pi, we want you to explore and experience the world of DIY projects and portable computing. We welcome all companies, DIYers, and tech loving people within our community! Together, we can make a difference, we can discover our passions, inspire others, and build a practical project.
The Banana Pi BPI-M1 is a business card-sized and low-power single-board computer featuring a high performance AllWinner A20 dual-core SoC at 1 GHz, 1 GB of DDR3 SDRAM, Gigabit Ethernet, SATA, USB, and HDMI connections. It can run a variety of operating systems including Android, Lubuntu, Ubuntu, Debian, and Raspbian.
Banana Pi BPI-M1 has a 26-pin GPIO header that matches that of the Model A and Model B Raspberry Pi. Following is the Banana Pi GPIO Pinout Note: 5V1,5V2 only support output,not support input CSI Camera Connector specification:
CSI Camera Connector The CSI Camera Connector is a 40-pin FPC connector which can connect external camera module with proper signal pin mappings. The pin definitions of the CSI interface are shown as below. This is marked on the Banana Pi board as “CON1″.
LVDS \\(LCD display interface\\)
The LVDS Connector is a 40-pin FPC connector which can connect external LCD panel \\(LVDS\\) and touch screen \\(I2C\\) module as well. The pin definitions of this connector are shown as below. This is marked on the Banana Pi board as “CON2″. UART specification:
The jumper J11 is the UART interface. For developers of Banana Pi, this is an easy way to get the UART console output to check the system status and log message.
The jumper J12 provides the power source including 3.3V and 5V. There is a pair of UART TX/RX signals output here. :
Use Method: 1. Download the relevant Image file 2. Make your card 2.1 Format the SD card 2.2 Unzip the download file to get the OS image 2.3 Write the image file to the SD card 3. Insert the made SD start card 4. Connect with the display screen 5. Connect with the USB power wire 6. Open the system 2. Make your card 2.1 Format the SD card 2.2 Unzip the download file to get the OS image 2.3 Write the image file to the SD card 3. Insert the made SD start card 4. Connect with the display screen 5. Connect with the USB power wire 6. Open the system 7. GPIO define