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* Processor: Samsung ARM9 S3C2440A ARM920T @400MHz
* RAM: 64MB/128MB
* NAND Flash: 128MB/256MB/512MB/1GB optional
* Interface: 1x USB host, 1x USB Device, 1x RS232, 3x TTL UART, LCD, Ethernet, Camera, JTAG, Audio, GPIO, SD, User button connector
* Operating system: Linux2.6.32, WinCE6.0(R3)
* Board size: 100mm x 100mm
The Boardcon EM2440 is a low-cost single board computer based on a Samsung ARM9 S3C2440 microprocessor. The SBC is capable of supporting both Windows CE6.0(R3) and Linux 2.6.32 OS, and measures 10cm x 10cm, 6-layer PCB turmeric craftwork, it is ideal for learning about ARM systems or integrating into numerous products.
|CPU||Samsung S3C2440A ARM920T core @ 400 MHz.|
|SDRAM||32bit,100MHz, default mounted 64MB SDRAM, it can be replaced into 128MB|
|NAND Flash||Default mounted 256MB, it can be replaced into 64MB to 1GB|
|NOR Flash||2MB with BIOS|
|Serial Ports||The three serial ports are led out on CON1 (UART0), CON2 (UART1) and CON3 (UART2). UART0 is also connected to a RS232 level converter and led out on COM0 (DB9 connector)|
|LCD||The LCD port integrated 4-wire resistor touch screen port. Supporting 4.3", 7" TFT LCD|
|Ethernet||Davicom DM9000EP MAC & PHY, 10/100BaseT, Activity LED's|
|USB||USB Host1.1 ( type A)
USB Device1.1 (type B)
For communication control the USB Device has got an additional pin: USB_EN (GPC5).
|Camera||It is a 2mm pitch 20 pins connector.|
|JTAG||2mm pitch 20 pins JTAG Port|
|Keyboard & mouse||USB, keypad is working via USB|
|Audio codec||Adopt UDA1341 Audio chip, Audio input and output slot|
|ADC||There are four ADC channels on the board which are connected to the GPIO header (CON4). AIN0 is also connected to a 10k potentiometer (W1).|
|GPIO||GPIO is on CON4, a 34 pin 2.0mm pitch connector.|
|Buzzer||On-board PWM function test unit. The Buzzer is connected to GPB0|
|Buttons||6 User Buttons. The user buttons are led out on CON12.|
|Reset||The reset circuit uses a MAX811 reset IC and there is an additional reset switch on the board: RST|
|Dimension||100mm x 100mm|
||Bootloader||Boot||Start up system, supporting one Key to update Bootloader, Kernel, Yaffs, NK.bin and one Key to configure parameters of Linux. Also can be configured the board booting from Yaffs or NFS|
|Tftp||Support tftp transmitting protocol|
|Kernel||Support writing kernel image into nand flash and kernel parameter setting|
|Etc.||Support via USB and Serial Interface to download application to flash debug|
|Kernel||Version||Linux kernel 22.214.171.124|
|File system||CRAMFS /EXT2/FAT32/NFS /YAFFS2|
|Serial device||Three serial ports|
|USB Host||USB Host, USB Slave driver|
|LEDs||Four LEDs driver|
|LCD||Coming with driver for 4.3" and 7" TFT LCD|
|Touch panel||Touch panel driver|
|SD/MMC card||SD/MMC card driver|
The chip of USB Camera is Vimicro 301p, the USB Camera is collecting dynamic picture and showing on the LCD
|Embedded GUI||Qt/Embedded||Qt/Embedded 2.2+QtE-4.6.3|
|Application||Test applications||CMOS Camera, ADC Testing, Button Testing, PWM Testing, LCD Testing, Watchdog Testing, EEPROM Testing, LED Test, Serial Port test, Ping Testing, Recorder, Network setting, Backlight Testing, Language setting, Pen Pad|
|Servfox||The application is running under Console platform, it controls the USB Camera by internet and displays the picture taken by camera on the LCD. It can be taken as net monitor when the application works with USB Camera.|
|Spcacat||It is a camera picture capture application under Console platform|
|Snapshot||It is a LCD picture capture application under Console platform|
|Rz and sz||It is a application that transfer and receive file by serial port|
|Madplay||It is a MP3 player|
|Network protocol||TCP/IP||TCP/IP protocol|
|Telnet||Telnet server, telnet remote login|
|File transfer||FTP Client/server|
|Web server||boa web server|
|USB port supported Devices||U-disk, portable hard-disk, USB mouse, USB Keyboard, USB Camera and so on.|
|Command commands||cat, chmod, discard, echo, flashfsd, flashwrite, free, genhtml, hostname, init, kill, loader, ls, mkdir, mount, ps, reboot, rm, smanaged, sysconf, yes, insmod, lsmod, rmmod|
|WinCE6.0(R3)||Bootloader||stepldr||Copy Eboot to SDRAM to jump to Eboot|
|Eboot||Ethernet bootloader for wince, support downloading image through USB device port. supporting one Key to update Bootloader, Kernel, Yaffs, NK.bin and one Key to configure parameters of Linux|
|Driver (source Code)||Serial device||Three serial ports|
|USB Host||USB Host driver, supporting USB ActiveSync|
|USB Device||USB Device driver|
|RTC||Real time keeping|
|LCD||Coming with driver for 4.3" and 7" TFT LCD|
|CMOS Camera||OV9650 CMOS Camera|
|Touch Screen||Touch Screen driver|
|SD/MMC card||Block devices drivers|
|Applications Example||AutoRun Setting, CMOS Camera, ADC Testing, Button Testing, PWM Testing, LCD Testing, Watchdog Testing, EEPROM Testing, LED Test, Serial Port test|
If you order the kit or any question, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
A: COM0. In the default WinCE image (BSP) the COM0 is being used as debug port, however you can configure it as normal serial port.
A: To change the runtime OS feature you will need the WinCE Platform Builder 5.0 (for WinCE5.0)/Visual Studio 2005 for WinCE6.0, as well as the BSP (board support package) that we provided in the shipped DVD. For application development you can use the EVC (Embedded Visual C++).
There are evaluation versions of the above mentioned tools available on the Microsoft download site, full version of those tools can be bought from a local Microsoft distributor.
A: Be sure to copy it to the folder "Resident Flash".
A: There are three ways to achieve this:
1, Add the application (MyApp.exe for example) and its shortcut to the NK, and add the shortcut to the StartUp folder;
2, add the application to the NK and add something like below the registry:
A: MTD partition is defined in the file "arch/arm/plat-s3c/include/plat/partition.h", you may modify the partition information by modifying this file.
A: Normally such "bad blocks" are not real bad blocks. These blocks can be marked as bad blocks due to some faulty operations. Generally we can have this solved by running the "nand scrub" command in the uboot prompt, note that "nand scrub" will erase everything in your NAND, so please be sure to backup your data before doing this. Anyway, a few "real" bad blocks in the NAND Flash is normal and allowed and they would not effect anything.
A: There are two possibilities:
1. The kernel image (zImage) has not been well installed.
In this case you just need to follow the user manual to install the zImage.
Is it possible to move my application software into the on-board NAND flash instead of CF/SD?
There is already a rootfs (rescue rootfs) in NAND flash for our every board. Surely you can use on board NAND flash, our boards leave a big part of Nand Flash for the user's application. The board user manual writes detailed steps for burning vivi, image to Nand Flash, SD Card.
A: With this case please calibrate the touchscreen again according following steps.
1. #rm /etc/pointercal
2. Reset the board
3. The system will show you a window with cross-point to calibrate the touchscreen
A: You need to prepare a logo image (png format), such as the name of linux_logo.png, please run under the linux: The settings are shown as the following directory.
# pngtopnm linux_logi.png > linux_logo.pnm
# pnmquant 224 linux_logo.pnm > linux_logo224.pnm
# pnmtoplainpnm linux_logo224.pnm > logo_linux_clut224.ppm
Finally will be generated a file of logo_linux_clut224.ppm, then replace the file in the directory “\drivers\video\logo\logo_linux_clut224.ppm”, and begin to recompile.
Q: How to configure the kernel support for different size of the LCD screen?
A: Under the wince, users only need to choose according to their own LCD screen display resolution modify the macro definition of different screen in the file "bsp_cfg.h” under the directory “\SRC\INC”.
Under the linux QT, execute the command “make menuconfig” , then setting according to the following directory “Device Drivers --> Graphics support --> Support for frame buffer devices” , select the corresponding LCD screen LCD Type. Detailed methodology please refer to the corresponding user manual.
Under the android, if you are switching between resistive screen, you can modify the parameters of LCD in the bootargs under the uboot environment variable. If you are switching between the resistive and capacitive touch panel screen, you need to execute “make menuconfig” in the kernel, then setting according to the following directory “Device Drivers --> Input device support --> Touchscreens” , select the appropriate option to configure.