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<span style="color: red;">*** THIS IS PRE-PRODUCTION INFORMATION AND MAY BE SUBJECT TO CHANGE BEFORE PRODUCTION SHIPPING ***</span>

Revision as of 16:48, 28 May 2014

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Category Feature
Core Logic
  • 64-bit Intel® Atom™ E38xx Series SoC
    • $99 MSRP: E3815 (single-core, 1.46 GHz)
    • $139 MSRP: E3825 (dual-core, 1.33 GHz)
Integrated Intel® HD Graphics With Open Source hardware-accelerated drivers for Linux OS
Memory
  • DDR3 RAM
    System Memory
    • $99 MSRP: 1 GB
    • $139 MSRP: 2 GB
8 MB SPI Flash
System Firmware Memory
Video Intel® HD Graphics

HDMI (micro HDMI connector)

Audio Digital

via HDMI

Analog

To be available separately via MinnowBoard MAX Lure (sold separately)

I/O 1 – Micro SDSDIO
1 – SATA2 3Gb/sec
1 – USB 3.0 (host)
1 – USB 2.0 (host)
1 – Serial debug

via FTDI cable (sold separately)

10/100/1000 Ethernet

RJ-45 connector

Experimenter
Features
8 – Buffered GPIO pins 2 pins support PWM
I2C & SPI bus
System Firmware Flash

Programming Header
Compatible with Dedi-Prog programmer

Board Dimensions 99 x 74mm (2.9 x 3.9in)
Temperature Range 0 – 70 deg C

Contact CirtcuitCo for industrial temp range needs

Power 5V DC

Sold separately in configurations appropriate to your region

Operating Systems
  • Supported:
    • Debian GNU/Linux
    • Yocto Project Compatible
    • Android 4.4 System
  • Unsupported
    (but known to work):
    • Fedora
    • CentOS
    • Linux Mint
System Boot Firmware UEFI Firmware
Coreboot (in development)
Note: These features may be subject to change without notice. Hardware design files will be made available shortly after the board enters final production. Current estimate of public availability is June 2014.

MinnowBoard MAX

Resources


Hardware Notes


Power Plug

The Minnowboard Max uses a 5V power plug, and if bundled will ship with a 2.5A power supply. It is a Center Positive power supply, indicating that the center (tip) of the output plug is positive (+), the outer barrel is negative (-).
Center Positive 5V connector

Serial Console

The serial console port uses a 3.3v FTDI serial cable with a 6-pin connector. This is a reasonably common cable, also used on the Arduino Pro, Arduino Pro Mini and Arduino Lilypad.
  • Pin 1: Ground (GND) (Furthest from SATA connector)
  • Pin 2: CTS
  • Pin 3: VCC (3.3V)
  • Pin 4: TXD
  • Pin 5: RXD
  • Pin 6: RTS
MinnowMax Serial Pinout

Places that carry the appropriate Cable:

HDMI

The MinnowMax uses a Type D micro-HDMI connector. This is a standard port, for which cables and adapters can be readily picked up from most electronics stores

Low Speed Expansion (Top)

*** THIS IS PRE-PRODUCTION INFORMATION AND MAY BE SUBJECT TO CHANGE BEFORE PRODUCTION SHIPPING ***

The low speed connector uses 0.1" (2.54 mm) Male header pins in a 2 x 13 array, for a total of 26 pins. Pin 1 is the in the row closest to the power connector, and closest to the board edge.

Layout
Description Name Pin Pin Name Description
Ground Gnd 1 2 Gnd Ground
+5V Power VCC 3 4 +3V3 + 3.3V Power
SPI Chip Select 1 GPIO_SPI_CS# 5 6 GPIO_UART1_TXD UART Transmit
Master In / Slave Out GPIO_SPI_MISO 7 8 GPIO_UART1_RXD UART Receive
Master Out / Slave In GPIO_SPI_MOSI 9 10 GPIO_UART1_CTS CTS / GPIO
SPI Clock GPIO_SPI_CLK 11 12 GPIO_UART1_RTS RTS / GPIO
Clock / GPIO GPIO_I2C_SCL 13 14 GPIO_I2S_CLK Clock / GPIO
Data / GPIO GPIO_I2C_SDA 15 16 GPIO_I2S_FRM Frame / GPIO
UART Transmit / GPIO GPIO_UART2_TXD 17 18 GPIO_I2S_DO Data Out / GPIO
UART Receive / GPIO GPIO_UART2_RXD 19 20 GPIO_I2S_DI Data In / GPIO
GPIO / Wakeup GPIO_S5_0 21 22 GPIO_PWM0 PWM / GPIO
GPIO / Wakeup GPIO_S5_1 23 24 GPIO_PWM1 PWM / GPIO
GPIO / Wakeup GPIO_S5_4 25 26 GPIO_IBL_8254 Timer / GPIO

NOTE: Pins 5-26 are shown above with their PRIMARY configuration, any pin may be switched to being a generic GPIO as well. This would give a total of 22 GPIOs, with two of those being PWM capable.

High Speed Expansion (Bottom)

*** THIS IS PRE-PRODUCTION INFORMATION AND MAY BE SUBJECT TO CHANGE BEFORE PRODUCTION SHIPPING ***