- +Single board computer
- EM3288(Cortex-A17 ) EM2000 EM2440 EM2440-III EM9G45 EM9G45-I EM2416 EM2416-I Idea6410 SBC6410 EM210 EM210-I EM210-III Android210 EM4412 EM4418 EM6ul EM3399
- MINI2440 MINI9G25 MINI287 MINI2416 MINI2416-II MINI2416-III MINI9G45 MINI6410 MINI210-III CM9X35 CM210 CM210-II CM210-III CM210-IV CM6UL CM4412 MINI4412 MINI3066 MINI4418 MINI3288
EM9G45 is a complete embedded system powered by Atmel AT91SAM9G45 ARM9 processor. This chip runs at a nominal frequency of 400 MHz for the core and 133 MHz for the system bus, also is the first embedded microprocessor that offers a true EHCI-compliant USB high-speed controller.
EM9G45 includes MINI9G45 computer on module and EM2416/16W-V1.5 carrier board. The carrier loads USB device, double-USB host, Ethernet 10/100 interface, SD/MMC card slots, a 24-bit true color LCD TFT display with resistive touchscreen and backlight, Audio input/output, a backup battery, PWM controlled buzzer and adjustable resistor. The module MINI9G45 controls the carrier board via 192 pins header.
The SBC supports Linux, Android and Microsoft WinCE. Boardcon provides full BSPs for Linux operating systems free of charge, and Android and WinCE are coming soon.
Related Applications for EM9G25 SBC: POS terminals, security, building automation, industrial control, medical, PC and gaming peripherals, toys and cellular phone accessories, data acquisition system, handheld devices, etc.
EM9G25 SBC competes well against other low cost solutions but also provides the longevity and stability OEMs require to go to take their products to market.
Apart from the different processors, MINI9G45, MINI2440, MINI210-III and MINI2416-III share the same motherboard.
Boardcon is a confirmed third party partner of Atmel, welcome to use Boardcon's Atmel products!
|CPU||Atmel SAM9G45, ARM926EJ-S @400MHz|
|RAM||On board 128MB DDR2|
|NAND Flash||Default mounted 256MB, 512MB/1GB optional|
|Power||3.3V power supply for CPU board|
|Connector||DC-2.0mm pitch board-to-board connectors|
|CPU Dimension||37mm x 74mm|
|COM-0 - RS232, five-wire DB9 RS232 serial port
COM-1 - RS232, three-wire available via 2mm pitch 3 pins
COM-2 - RS232, three-wire available via 2mm pitch 3 pins
|LCD||The LCD port integrated 4-wire resistor touch screen port. The board comes with driver for 4.3-, 7- inch TFT LCD|
|Ethernet||Davicom DM9000CEP, RJ45 interface|
|USB||1x USB2.0 device, 2x USB2.0 host|
|JTAG||1x 2mm pitch 10-pin JTAG Port|
|Keyboard & mouse||USB, keypad is working via USB|
|Audio codec||Adopt WM8731 Audio chip, Audio input and output slot|
|ADC||Adjustable resistor is connected with pins of ADC to check analog/digital change|
|RTC||Real Time Clock, powered by external lithium battery|
|Buzzer||On-board PWM function test unit|
|Device support||1x SD/MMC card socket|
|GPIO||1x 40-pin GPIO Expansion Connector|
|BUS||1x 40-pin BUS extended interface|
|LEDs||4x Status LEDs|
|Buttons||4x Programmable User Buttons|
|Base board Dimension||105mm x 131mm|
|Starting mode||Support start from NandFlash|
|Download way||Support Network, SAM-BA to download kernel|
|Support file system format||ROM/CRAM/EXT2/RAMDISK/YAFFS2/FAT32|
|USB host||USB host driver|
|USB device||USB device driver|
|EEPROM||support R/W EEPROM driver|
|TOUCH||support touchsreen driver|
|MMC/SD||MMC mode driver|
|AUDIO OUT||support driver|
|File system||File system format||yaffs2 file system, R/W file system|
|Network ping||To check the system|
|Basic tool||Ifconfig, route, inetd||For network configuration and related service application|
|linux common cammands||Cat, chmod, discard, echo, flashwrite, flashfsd, free, genhtml, init, kill, loader, Ls, mkdir, mount, ps, reboot, rm, smanaged, sysconf, yes, insmod, lsmod, rmmod|
Atmel SAM9G45 Datashee.rar
ARM926EJ-S Technical Reference Manual.pdf
Atmel SoC Selection Guide.pdf
Atmel-Integrating the Internet of Things.pdf
Interfacing a 4x4 Keyboard to an AT91 Microcontroller.pdf
EM9G45 Hardware Manual.pdf
|Operating system||Burning Guide download|
|Linux||EM9G45 Burning Guide(Linux).pdf|
If you order the kit or any question, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
1. How to modify the system countdown time?
A: There is a countdown time after the board boots up uboot, generally for 5 seconds, in 5 seconds to press any key to be into the u-boot interactive environment
- a. After entering the u-boot interactive environment, the implementation of the following instructions to set the boot delay value, in order to set 3 seconds as an example
U-Boot > setenv bootdelay 3
U-Boot > saveenv
- b. Modidy in the source code of uboot.
# define CONFIG_BOOTELAY 3
Save your change after modification.
2. How to transfer the file in the PC to the target board?
A. In Linux, there are several ways to download the file in the PC to the development board
- a. Use U disk or SD card
Copy the PC file to the U disk or SD card, and then insert the U disk or SD card into the target board, copy the file to the directory root.
- b. tftp
Run TFTP software on the PC machine, set the directory where you need to download the file
Take the file boardcon.txt as an example
The following instructions are executed in the system to download the file
TFTP -g 192.168.0.101 -r ~ $boardcon.txt
/ / please according to the actual situation of PC input IP address, and the name of the file
- c. Serial port
Execute the following instructions in the system
~ $Rx / board.c
//According to the actual situation, select the file name
And then select the super terminal transmission - send Xmodem (N)
Pop up a dialog box, select the need to download the file, and then click to send.