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[[File:INNOSTICK6-1 BeadaPanel.jpg|300px|thumb|right|BeadaPanel 1]]
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[[File:Back_800.png|300px|thumb|right|BeadaPanel 2]]
 
What is BeadaPanel?
 
What is BeadaPanel?
  
BeadaPanel is a versatile media display. It can playback images and videos in various common format.
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<p>BeadaPanel is a versatile media display. It can playback images and videos in various common format.
 
BeadaPanel comes with a 7" LCD display with a resolution of 800x480 and a 4-wire resistive touch panel.
 
BeadaPanel comes with a 7" LCD display with a resolution of 800x480 and a 4-wire resistive touch panel.
 
BeadaPanel has up to 16GB/32GB eMMC memory for media storage and playback.
 
BeadaPanel has up to 16GB/32GB eMMC memory for media storage and playback.
 
BeadaPanel supports USB 2.0 High Speed standard and WiFi communication.
 
BeadaPanel supports USB 2.0 High Speed standard and WiFi communication.
 
BeadaPanel consumes very low power and can be powered by a single Micro-USB cable.
 
BeadaPanel consumes very low power and can be powered by a single Micro-USB cable.
BeadaPanel comes with its own ABS bezel, which is easy to integrate into customer products.
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BeadaPanel comes with its own ABS bezel, which is easy to integrate into customer products.</p>
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In this application, BeadaPanel is used as a monitor/display for Raspberry Pi mini PC.  
 
In this application, BeadaPanel is used as a monitor/display for Raspberry Pi mini PC.  
 
==Hardware==
 
==Hardware==
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<td style="width: 340px; border: 1px solid #d0d0d0;" valign="middle">
 
<p>80 x 42(mm)</p>
 
<p>80 x 42(mm)</p>
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</tr>
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<tr>
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<td style="background-color: #e8e8e8; width: 113px; border: 1px solid #d0d0d0;" valign="middle">
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<p><strong>Supported Model</strong></p>
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</td>
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<td style="width: 340px; background-color: #f5f5f5; border: 1px solid #d0d0d0;" valign="middle">
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<p>Raspberry Pi A/B/B+/Zero/Zero W/2B/3B/3B+</p>
 
</td>
 
</td>
 
</tr>
 
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<td style="width: 340px; background-color: #f5f5f5; border: 1px solid #d0d0d0;" valign="middle">
 
<ul>
 
<ul>
<li>Yocto Morty with X11</li>
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<li>Raspbian</li>
<li>Yocto Morty with Qtopia 5.6</li>
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<li>RetroPie</li>
<li>Debian Stretch</li>
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<li>Ubuntu MATE</li>
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<li>Ubuntu Core</li>
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<li>CentOS</li>
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<li>Kali Linux</li>
 
</ul>
 
</ul>
 
</td>
 
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===Dimension===
 
===Dimension===
 
[[File:Ikoutline-2.jpg|400px|INNOSTICK6 Outline]]
 
[[File:Ikoutline-2.jpg|400px|INNOSTICK6 Outline]]
 
==Getting started==
 
===First time Power On===
 
Innostick 6 product reference documents and software tools are all stored in on-board eMMC with shipment. Users should get these documents and tools before start.
 
====Pre-requirements====
 
*An Innostick 6 single board computer
 
*A Windows host machine
 
 
====Enter USB Memory Stick Mode====
 
1. Take out Innostick 6 from antistatic bag and prepare two 2mm Jumper-shunts and one Micro-USB cable<br>
 
2. Mount shunt on Innostick 6 Jumper J1(Supply from Micro-USB cable)<br>
 
Innostick 6 power supply can be selected by Jumper J1. When shunt mounted, VDD_5V get shorted with 5V input of Micro-USB Port(P1) and supply from Micro-USB cable.<br>
 
[[File:Outline_partial_remark.png |400px]]<br>
 
<br>
 
3. Mount shunt on Innostick 6 Jumper J2-1 and J2-2(USB Memory Stick Mode)<br>
 
Boot Mode selection table for Jumper J2
 
{|2. class="wikitable"
 
|Jumper Position||Boot Mode
 
|-
 
|1-2||USB Memory Stick
 
|-
 
|2-3||SDP Manufacture Tools
 
|-
 
|Open||Normal Boot
 
|}
 
<br>
 
4. Connect Micro-USB cable between Windows host and Innostick 6 P1<br>
 
5. Wait until Windows recognize USB Mass Storage Gadget<br>
 
6. There are Linux partitions on Innostick 6 eMMC, Windows can not recognize them and prompt for formating<br>
 
[[File:Format.jpg]]<br>
 
<br>
 
7. Click "Cancel"<br>
 
8. Open a file browser on Innostick 6 FAT Partition, in this example, it is "F" disk<br>
 
[[File:Fpan1.jpg]]<br>
 
<br>
 
9. To safety remove Innostick 6 from Host, right click on "F" disk, select "Eject"<br>
 
[[File:Eject1.jpg]]<br>
 
<br>
 
 
===Connect to ssh deamon===
 
Linux distributions shipped with Innostick 6 single board computer are all pre-configured with USB RNDIS Gadget support. This allows us to ssh/telnet to Innostick 6 whenever an USB link been built with a host machine.   
 
====Pre-requirements====
 
*An Innostick 6 single board computer.
 
*A Windows host machine.
 
*Putty v0.66 from www.putty.org: https://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/latest.html
 
*RNDIS driver, install it in case Windows can not recognize RNDIS Gadget automatically:https://github.com/zhangzhian/LearningNotes/blob/master/res/RNDIS.7z
 
====Procedures====
 
1. Install Putty v0.66 on Windows host machine.<br/>
 
2. Mount Jumper J1 on Innostick 6(Supply from Micro-USB cable)<br/>
 
3. Leave Jumper J2 open on Innostick 6(Normal Boot Mode)<br/>
 
4. Connect Micro-USB cable between Windows host and Innostick 6 P1.<br/>
 
5. Wait until a RNDIS Gadget device recognized by Windows.<br/>
 
[[File:Pu6_remark.png|600px]]<br/>
 
<br>
 
6. Right click to set property of this USB Ethernet Card.<br/>
 
7. Set property of TCP/IPv4.<br/>
 
[[File:Pu7_remark.png|600px]]<br/>
 
<br>
 
8. Double click to start Putty.<br/>
 
[[File:Pu10_remark.png|600px]]<br/>
 
<br>
 
9. Set communication parameters appropriately.<br>
 
[[File:Pufour.png|600px]]<br/>
 
<br>
 
9. Enter user name and password.<br>
 
[[File:Pufive.png|600px]]<br/>
 
<br>
 
 
===Connect to Serial Console===
 
Both U-Boot and Linux kernel provide serial console login and this allows us another way to connect to Innostick 6 than ssh/telnet. Normally the communication parameters are UART1, Baud rate 115200, Data Bit 8, Stop Bit 1, Odd/Even none, Hardware Flow none.
 
====Pre-requirements====
 
*An Innostick 6 single board computer.
 
*A Windows host machine.
 
*An USB to Serial Cable. [[USB2SERIAL | USB to Serial TTL Converter]]
 
*Putty v0.66 from www.putty.org: https://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/latest.html
 
====Procedures====
 
1. Install Putty v0.66 on Windows host machine.<br/>
 
2. Connect Dupont headers of USB to Serial cable to Innostick 6 UART1.<br/>
 
[[File:Serialconsole remark.png |400px]]
 
[[File:Usb2serial.jpg ]]<br>
 
Connection details:
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
|Dupont Header||Innostick 6 UART1
 
|-
 
|Green(RX)||P5-4(Tx)
 
|-
 
|Blue(TX)||P5-6(Rx)
 
|-
 
|Black(GND)||P5-8(GND)
 
|}
 
<br>
 
3. Mount Jumper J1 on Innostick 6(Supply from Micro-USB cable)<br/>
 
4. Leave Jumper J2 open on Innostick 6(Normal Boot Mode)<br/>
 
5. Connect Micro-USB cable between Windows host and Innostick 6 P1.<br/>
 
6. Plug USB to Serial cable into Windows host.<br/>
 
Windows will automatically recognize this serial device and arrange COM port number.<br>
 
7. Double click to start Putty.<br/>
 
[[File:Pu1_remark.png|600px]]<br/>
 
<br>
 
8. Set serial communication parameters and click Open.<br>
 
9. Push the RESET button on Innostick 6 board.<br>
 
[[File:Putwo.png|600px]]<br/>
 
<br>
 
 
===Layout of eMMC partitions===
 
eMMC partitions can be altered per software requests. Below is Innostick 6 partition information with shipment.
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
|Start Address(Sectors)||Size(Sectors)||Format||Description
 
|-
 
|2||20478||RAW||Reserved, standing at same line with NXP Yocto release
 
|-
 
|20480||1024000(500MBytes)||FAT||U-Boot image, product references, Linux kernel, DTBs
 
|-
 
|1228800||Remaining space||EXT4||Linux Rootfs
 
|}
 
Under "Normal Boot" mode, Internal Boot ROM of Innostick 6 will initiate DDR memory and then find u-boot.imx file in root directory of the FAT partition. If the file exist, Innostick 6 will copy it to DDR and after then transfer control to it. If the file non-exist or FAT partition non-exist, internal Boot ROM will hang up and flash LED1 in a panic frequency.<br>
 
With shipment, Innostick 6 use the same U-Boot image as NXP Official Yocto release. So U-Boot will find Linux kernel and DTBs in same directory. Innostick 6 boot sequence:'''Internal Boot ROM''' --> '''u-boot.imx on FAT''' --> '''kernel + DTB on FAT'''<br>
 
Provision of Innostick 6 software is quite simple and straight forward -- replacing u-boot.imx, Linux kernel and DTB image files in the same directory, plus Linux Rootfs in EXT4 partition. We will discuss provision of Linux Rootfs in next section.  <br>
 
<br>
 
 
===Provision of Linux Rootfs===
 
This task can be done either on a Windows Host or Linux Host.
 
====Do provision on a Windows Host====
 
=====Pre-requirements=====
 
*An Innostick 6 single board computer.
 
*A Windows host machine.
 
*PartitionGuru v4.9.5 from www.eassos.com: http://engdownload.eassos.cn/DGEngSetup496564.exe
 
*A Rootfs snapshot file in PartitionGuru format.
 
=====Procedures=====
 
1. Install PartitionGuru v4.9.5 on Windows host machine.<br/>
 
2. Mount Jumper J1 on Innostick 6(Supply from Micro-USB cable)<br/>
 
3. Mount Jumper J2-1 and J2-2 on Innostick 6(USB Memory Stick Mode)<br/>
 
4. Connect Micro-USB cable between Windows host and Innostick 6 P1.<br/>
 
5. Wait until an USB mass storage gadget device recognized by Windows.<br/>
 
6. Double click to start PartitionGuru.<br>
 
[[File:Dg1_remark.png|600px]]<br/>
 
<br>
 
7. Right click on Linux EXT4 Partition. <br/>
 
[[File:Dg2_remark.png|600px]]<br/>
 
<br>
 
8. Click 'Restore Partition From Image file'. <br/>
 
[[File:Dg3_remark.png|600px]]<br/>
 
<br>
 
9. Choose a snapshot file from local hard disk. <br/>
 
[[File:Dg4_remark.png|600px]]<br/>
 
<br>
 
10. Click Start to complete file choosing. <br/>
 
[[File:Dg5_remark.png|600px]]<br/>
 
<br>
 
11. Click OK to start file restoring. <br/>
 
[[File:Dg6_remark.png|600px]]<br/>
 
<br>
 
12. Normally it will take about 6 minutes for a 2.5GB file restoring. <br/>
 
[[File:Dgseven.png|600px]]<br/>
 
<br>
 
13. Complete procedures for the snapshot file restoring. <br/>
 
[[File:Dg8_remark.png|600px]]<br/>
 
<br>
 
=====Backup Rootfs to a snapshot file=====
 
And vice versa, one can backup Rootfs to a PartionGuru snapshot file.<br/>
 
[[File:Dg9_remark.png|600px]]<br/>
 
 
 
====Do provision on a Linux Host====
 
Provision on a Linux host is quite straight forward.
 
=====Pre-requirements=====
 
*An Innostick 6 single board computer.
 
*A Linux host machine.
 
*A Rootfs tarball.
 
=====Procedures=====
 
1. Mount Jumper J1 on Innostick 6(Supply from Micro-USB cable)<br/>
 
2. Mount Jumper J2-1 and J2-2 on Innostick 6(USB Memory Stick Mode)<br/>
 
3. Connect Micro-USB cable between Linux host and Innostick 6 P1.<br/>
 
4. Wait until an USB mass storage gadget device recognized by Linux Kernel.<br/>
 
<syntaxhighlight lang="bash">
 
esky-sh@ubuntu:~$ lsblk
 
NAME  MAJ:MIN RM  SIZE RO TYPE MOUNTPOINT
 
sdb      8:16  1 14.6G  0 disk
 
├─sdb2  8:18  1  14G  0 part
 
└─sdb1  8:17  1  500M  0 part
 
sr0    11:0    1 1024M  0 rom
 
fd0      2:0    1    4K  0 disk
 
sda      8:0    0  50G  0 disk
 
├─sda2  8:2    0    1K  0 part
 
├─sda5  8:5    0 1021M  0 part [SWAP]
 
└─sda1  8:1    0  49G  0 part /
 
</syntaxhighlight><br>
 
5. Format Linux EXT4 partition, in this case it is "/dev/sdb2"<br/>
 
<syntaxhighlight lang="bash">
 
esky-sh@ubuntu:~$ sudo mkfs.ext4 -F -E nodiscard /dev/sdb2
 
mke2fs 1.42.13 (17-May-2015)
 
/dev/sdb2 contains a ext4 file system
 
        last mounted on /mnt/udisk on Fri Aug 24 21:46:26 2018
 
Creating filesystem with 3663360 4k blocks and 917504 inodes
 
Filesystem UUID: 2e70e95e-f14b-41e0-b756-a85ee8ef051d
 
Superblock backups stored on blocks:
 
        32768, 98304, 163840, 229376, 294912, 819200, 884736, 1605632, 2654208
 
 
Allocating group tables: done
 
Writing inode tables: done
 
Creating journal (32768 blocks): done
 
Writing superblocks and filesystem accounting information: done
 
</syntaxhighlight>
 
<br>
 
6. Mount on Linux EXT4 Partition.<br>
 
<syntaxhighlight lang="bash">
 
esky-sh@ubuntu:~$ sudo mount -t ext4 /dev/sdb2 /mnt/udisk</syntaxhighlight>
 
7. Extract Rootfs tarball to this partition.<br>
 
<syntaxhighlight lang="bash">
 
esky-sh@ubuntu:~$ sudo tar -jxvf /mnt/hgfs/sharefd/fsl-image-validation-imx-xwayland-imx6ul7d.tar.bz2 -C /mnt/udisk
 
esky-sh@ubuntu:~$ sync
 
esky-sh@ubuntu:~$ sudo umount /mnt/udisk/
 
</syntaxhighlight>
 
 
==Software==
 
===Build U-Boot and Linux kernel===
 
This task can be done either on a x86 machine(cross compiling) or ARM machine(native compiling).
 
====Pre-requirements====
 
*A Linux machine running a recent release of Debian, Fedora or Ubuntu
 
*NXP U-Boot source code: https://source.codeaurora.org/external/imx/uboot-imx
 
*NXP i.MX6 Kernel: https://source.codeaurora.org/external/imx/linux-imx
 
*Innostick6 Kernel: https://github.com/nxelec/linux-innostick6
 
 
====Install build-essentials====
 
<syntaxhighlight lang="bash">
 
sudo apt-get install build-essential libncurses5-dev lzop
 
</syntaxhighlight>
 
 
====Install Cross Compiler====
 
This section can be skipped if you are doing native compiling on an ARM machine.
 
*Install a 32Bits version:
 
<syntaxhighlight lang="bash">
 
wget -c https://releases.linaro.org/components/toolchain/binaries/7.3-2018.05/arm-linux-gnueabihf/gcc-linaro-7.3.1-2018.05-i686_arm-linux-gnueabihf.tar.xz
 
tar xf gcc-linaro-7.3.1-2018.05-i686_arm-linux-gnueabihf.tar.xz
 
export CROSS_COMPILE=`pwd`/gcc-linaro-7.3.1-2018.05-i686_arm-linux-gnueabihf/bin/arm-linux-gnueabihf-
 
export ARCH=arm
 
</syntaxhighlight>
 
*Install a 64Bits version:
 
<syntaxhighlight lang="bash">
 
wget -c https://releases.linaro.org/components/toolchain/binaries/7.3-2018.05/arm-linux-gnueabihf/gcc-linaro-7.3.1-2018.05-x86_64_arm-linux-gnueabihf.tar.xz
 
tar xf gcc-linaro-7.3.1-2018.05-x86_64_arm-linux-gnueabihf.tar.xz
 
export CROSS_COMPILE=`pwd`/gcc-linaro-7.3.1-2018.05-x86_64_arm-linux-gnueabihf/bin/arm-linux-gnueabihf-
 
export ARCH=arm
 
</syntaxhighlight>
 
 
====Compile U-Boot====
 
Download source code:
 
<syntaxhighlight lang="bash">
 
git clone https://source.codeaurora.org/external/imx/uboot-imx -b imx_v2017.03_4.9.88_2.0.0_ga
 
</syntaxhighlight>
 
Compile U-Boot:
 
<syntaxhighlight lang="bash">
 
cd uboot-imx
 
make clean
 
make mx6ull_14x14_evk_defconfig
 
make
 
</syntaxhighlight>
 
 
====Compile Kernel====
 
Download source code:
 
<syntaxhighlight lang="bash">
 
git clone https://source.codeaurora.org/external/imx/linux-imx -b imx_4.9.88_2.0.0_ga
 
</syntaxhighlight>
 
 
Compile Kernel:
 
<syntaxhighlight lang="bash">
 
cd linux-imx
 
make imx_v7_defconfig
 
make
 
</syntaxhighlight>
 
 
Or:
 
<syntaxhighlight lang="bash">
 
git clone https://github.com/NXElec/linux-innostick6 -b i6_4.9.88_v1.0
 
</syntaxhighlight>
 
 
Compile Kernel:
 
<syntaxhighlight lang="bash">
 
cd linux-innostick6
 
make imx_v7_i6_defconfig
 
make
 
</syntaxhighlight>
 
 
===Yocto Development===
 
[[INNOSTICK6-YOCTO|--> Yocto Development Page]]
 
===Debian OS===
 
[[INNOSTICK6-DEBIAN|--> Debian OS Page]]
 
==Expansion Boards and Accessories==
 
{| class="wikitable" width="50%" align="center" style="text-align: center;"
 
 
|style="width:25%;"|
 
[[File:Beaglebone.jpg|border|link=BeadaFrame|150px]]
 
<br />'''[[BeadaFrame | BeadaFrame]]'''
 
 
|style="width:25%;"|
 
[[File:Ikoutline-22.jpg|border|link=INNNOSTICK6-Comp|150px]]
 
<br />'''[[INNNOSTICK6-Comp | Companion Board]]'''
 
 
|style="width:25%;"|
 
[[File:Case3d.jpg|border|link=INNOSTICK6-Case|150px]]
 
<br />'''[[INNOSTICK6-Case | Protective Case]]'''
 
|-
 
|style="width:25%;"|
 
[[File:Cam_400x300.jpg|border|link=OV5640-CAM|150px]]
 
<br />'''[[OV5640-CAM | OV5640 Camera Module]]'''
 
 
|style="width:25%;"|
 
[[File:UART232.jpg|border|link=TTL2RS232|150px]]
 
<br />'''[[TTL2RS232 | TTL to RS232 DB9 Converter]]'''
 
 
|style="width:25%;"|
 
[[File:Usbserial_800.jpg|border|link=USB2SERIAL|150px]]
 
<br />'''[[USB2SERIAL | USB to Serial TTL Converter]]'''
 
 
|style="width:25%;"|
 
[[File:Oled96.jpg|border|link=0_96OLED|150px]]
 
<br />'''[[0_96OLED | 0.96" 128x64 OLED Display]]'''
 
|}
 
  
 
==Applications==
 
==Applications==
{| class="wikitable" width="50%" align="center" style="text-align: center;"
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===BeadaPanel for Raspberry Pi===
 
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====Features====
|style="width:25%;"|
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<table style="width: 646px;" border="1" cellspacing="1" cellpadding="0">
[[File:BeadaPanel.jpg|border|link=BeadaPanel|150px]]
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<tr>
<br />'''[[BeadaFrame | BeadaFrame]]'''
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<td style="background-color: #e8e8e8; width: 113px; border: 1px solid #d0d0d0;" valign="middle">
 
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<p><strong>Supported Model</strong></p>
|style="width:25%;"|
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</td>
[[File:Asdash.jpg|border|link=Airsniffer|150px]]
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<td style="width: 340px; background-color: #f5f5f5; border: 1px solid #d0d0d0;" valign="middle">
<br />'''[[Airsniffer | Airsniffer]]'''
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<p>Raspberry Pi A/B/B+/Zero/Zero W/2B/3B/3B+</p>
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</td>
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</tr>
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<tr>
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<td style="background-color: #e8e8e8; width: 113px; border: 1px solid #d0d0d0;" valign="middle">
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<p><strong>OS Support</strong></p>
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</td>
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<td style="width: 340px; background-color: #f5f5f5; border: 1px solid #d0d0d0;" valign="middle">
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<ul>
 +
<li>Raspbian</li>
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<li>RetroPie</li>
 +
<li>Ubuntu MATE</li>
 +
<li>Ubuntu Core</li>
 +
<li>CentOS</li>
 +
<li>Kali Linux</li>
 +
</ul>
 +
</td>
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</tr>
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</table>
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====Getting Started====
  
|}
 
  
 
==Resources==
 
==Resources==

Revision as of 19:08, 5 April 2019

BeadaPanel 1
BeadaPanel 2

What is BeadaPanel?

BeadaPanel is a versatile media display. It can playback images and videos in various common format. BeadaPanel comes with a 7" LCD display with a resolution of 800x480 and a 4-wire resistive touch panel. BeadaPanel has up to 16GB/32GB eMMC memory for media storage and playback. BeadaPanel supports USB 2.0 High Speed standard and WiFi communication. BeadaPanel consumes very low power and can be powered by a single Micro-USB cable. BeadaPanel comes with its own ABS bezel, which is easy to integrate into customer products.

In this application, BeadaPanel is used as a monitor/display for Raspberry Pi mini PC.

Hardware

Features

CPU

NXP/Freescale ARM Cortex-A7 i.MX6ULL, at Frequency of 900MHz

RAM

512MB DDR3L

Storage

16GB/32GB eMMC

Connectivity

  • 1 x WIFI 802.11 b/g/n and Bluetooth 4.0 module(AP6212)
  • 1 x USB 2.0 Host(Type A)
  • 1 x USB 2.0 OTG(Micro-USB)

LCD I/F

24-Bit LCD with 4-wires resistive touch input

Camera I/F

8-Bit CSI Parallel input

On Board Resources

  • Discrete DC-DC converters
  • Reset Circuit with reset button
  • 1 x Power select jumper
  • 1 x Boot select jumper
  • 1 x USER LED

Expand Interface

50-Pins Header P5

  • ECSPI3
  • I2C1/3/4
  • UART1/2/4
  • FLEXCAN1/2
  • ADC IN5/6/7/8/9
  • PWM1/2/4/5/6/7
  • QSPI
  • SAI2
  • SPDIF
  • EPIT1/2
  • GPT1/2
  • WDOG1
  • CCM

16-Pins Header P6

  • ENET2
  • ECSPI4
  • I2C3/4
  • UART6/7/8
  • PWM5/6/7

*Note:Functions may not be simultaneously available due to pin mux restriction

Dimension

80 x 42(mm)

Supported Model

Raspberry Pi A/B/B+/Zero/Zero W/2B/3B/3B+

OS Support

  • Raspbian
  • RetroPie
  • Ubuntu MATE
  • Ubuntu Core
  • CentOS
  • Kali Linux


Block Diagram

BeadaPanel Block Diagram

Expansion Header P6

Power Domain

i.MX6ULL Alt5 Mode*

Signal

(Ball Name)

Pin#

Signal

(Ball Name)

i.MX6ULL Alt5 Mode*

Power Domain

DC 3.3V Output

VDD_3V3

1

2

ENET1_TX_CLK

GPIO2_IO06

VDD_3V3

VDD_3V3

GPIO2_IO03

ENET1_TX_DATA0

3

4

ENET1_TX_DATA1

GPIO2_IO04

VDD_3V3

VDD_3V3

GPIO2_IO05

ENET1_TX_EN

5

6

GND

VDD_3V3

GPIO2_IO11

ENET2_TX_DATA0

7

8

ENET2_TX_DATA1

GPIO2_IO12

VDD_3V3

VDD_3V3

GPIO2_IO13

ENET2_TX_EN

9

10

ENET2_TX_CLK

GPIO2_IO14

VDD_3V3

GND

11

12

GND

VDD_3V3

GPIO2_IO10

ENET2_RX_EN

13

14

ENET2_RX_DATA1

GPIO2_IO09

VDD_3V3

VDD_3V3

GPIO2_IO15

ENET2_RX_ER

15

16

ENET2_RX_DATA0

GPIO2_IO08

VDD_3V3

  • Note:Refer to INNOSTICK6 Hardware Manual for more ALT Modes.

Expansion Header P5

Power Domain

i.MX6ULL Alt5 Mode*

Signal

(Ball Name)

Pin#

Signal

(Ball Name)

i.MX6ULL Alt5 Mode*

Power Domain

Main power supply

 

VDD_5V

1

2

VDD_5V

 

Main power supply

DC 3.3V Output

 

VDD_3V3

3

4

UART1_TX_DATA

GPIO1_IO16

VDD_3V3

VDD_3V3

GPIO1_IO19

UART1_RTS_B

5

6

UART1_RX_DATA

GPIO1_IO17

VDD_3V3

VDD_3V3

GPIO1_IO18

UART1_CTS_B

7

8

GND

 

 

 

 

GND

9

10

VDDA_3V3

 

Analog Converter Supply

VDD_3V3

GPIO1_IO05

GPIO1_IO05

11

12

GPIO1_IO06

GPIO1_IO06

VDD_3V3

VDD_3V3

GPIO1_IO07

GPIO1_IO07

13

14

GPIO1_IO08

GPIO1_IO08

VDD_3V3

VDD_3V3

GPIO1_IO09

GPIO1_IO09

15

16

GND

 

 

 

 

GND

17

18

JTAG_TDI

GPIO1_IO13

VDD_3V3

VDD_3V3

GPIO1_IO10

JTAG_MOD

19

20

JTAG_TDO

GPIO1_IO12

VDD_3V3

VDD_3V3

GPIO1_IO15

JTAG_TRSTB

21

22

JTAG_TCK

GPIO1_IO14

VDD_3V3

VDD_3V3

GPIO1_IO11

JTAG_TMS

23

24

GND

 

 

 

 

GND

25

26

SNVS_TAMPER2

GPIO5_IO02

VDD_SNVS_IN

Backup supply voltage

 

VDD_SNVS_IN

27

28

PMIC_STBY_REQ

 

VDD_SNVS_IN

VDD_SNVS_IN

 

PMIC_ON_REQ

29

30

ONOFF

 

VDD_SNVS_IN

VDD_SNVS_IN

 

POR_B

31

32

GND

 

 

 

 

GND

33

34

NAND_READY_B

GPIO4_IO11

VDD_3V3

VDD_3V3

GPIO4_IO12

NAND_WP_B

35

36

NAND_CE0_B

GPIO4_IO13

VDD_3V3

VDD_3V3

GPIO4_IO14

NAND_CE1_B

37

38

NAND_CLE

GPIO4_IO15

VDD_3V3

VDD_3V3

GPIO4_IO16

NAND_DQS

39

40

GND

 

 

 

 

GND

41

42

ENET1_RX_DATA1

GPIO2_IO01

VDD_3V3

VDD_3V3

GPIO2_IO00

ENET1_RX_DATA0

43

44

UART4_RX_DATA

GPIO1_IO29

VDD_3V3

VDD_3V3

GPIO1_IO28

UART4_TX_DATA

45

46

UART2_RTS_B

GPIO1_IO23

VDD_3V3

VDD_3V3

GPIO1_IO21

UART2_RX_DATA

47

48

UART2_CTS_B

GPIO1_IO22

VDD_3V3

VDD_3V3

GPIO1_IO20

UART2_TX_DATA

49

50

GND

 

 

  • Note:Refer to INNOSTICK6 Hardware Manual for more ALT Modes.

Dimension

INNOSTICK6 Outline

Applications

BeadaPanel for Raspberry Pi

Features

Supported Model

Raspberry Pi A/B/B+/Zero/Zero W/2B/3B/3B+

OS Support

  • Raspbian
  • RetroPie
  • Ubuntu MATE
  • Ubuntu Core
  • CentOS
  • Kali Linux

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