Hi,all the new NanoPC-T1 is available now, for the detail please see http://www.arm9.net/nanopc-t1.asp. And here the key feature comparing with the old one: NanoPC-T1 the new the old 1. CPU Exynos4412, @1.5Ghz Exynos4412, run at 1.5Ghz 2. RAM 1GB 1GB 3. eMMC 8GB 4GB 4. USB HSIC Yes(USB4604) Yes(USB4640) 5. AudioCodec WM8960 WM8960 6. Audio Output Yes Yes 7. mic input Yes No 8. Ethernet DM9621 DM9621 9. RJ45 Yes Yes 10. microUSB Yes Yes 11. USB Host(Type-A) 2 2 12. HDMI 1.4a Yes Yes 13. LCD-41pin Yes Yes 14.RTC battery Yes Yes 15.Infrared Receiver Yes No 16.Remote Controler Yes No 17.GPIO1-34pin Yes Yes 18.GPIO2-16pin Yes Yes 19.SensorIO 6-ch 2-ch 20.User Button 2 2 21.User LED 2 2 22.MIPI Camera port Yes(Compatible with RPi) Yes 23.CMOS Camera port No Yes 24.Debug Serial Uart0 Uart0 25.Boot Mode Micro Button Switcher 26.Board Size 100x60 mm 100x60 mm 27.Mounting Hole 6 4 28.Board layer 8 8 GPIO1-34pin including 1.UART 2-ch 1-ch 2.I2C 1-ch(I2C0) 1-ch(I2C0) 3.SPI 1-ch 1-ch 4.EINTx/GPIO 14-ch 16-ch 5.Power(In/Out) 5V & 3.3V 5V & 3.3V GPIO2-16pin including 1.SDIO 1-ch 1-ch 2.USB Host 1-ch 1-ch 3.UART 1-ch(Uart3) 1-ch(Uart3) 4.EINTx/GPIO 2-ch 2-ch 5.Power(Out) 5V & 3.3V 5V & 3.3V LCD-41pin including 1.RGB R0-8,G0-8,B0-8 R0-8,G0-8,B0-8 2.I2C 1-ch(I2C1) 1-ch(I2C1) 3.EINTx/GPIO 3-ch 3-ch 4.PWM 1-ch(PWM1) 1-ch(PWM1) 5.Power(Out) 5V 5V Mindee
the New NanoPC-T1 is available.
Hi Mindee: Are they compatible with your LCD's and touchscreen (W35, P35, H43, etc)?. If so, are there drivers for them.?. The UART and GPIO are 5V tolerant as your previous boards?.
> The UART and GPIO are 5V tolerant as your previous boards?. I do not want to hi-jack this thread, but which boards are you referring to?
Mini2440. I have connected to the UART 5V modules for some years. To tell the truth I have not done the same with the GPIO.
There have been some looooong discussions re 5V tolerant inputs on the S3C2440. As I recall some ports allude to being 5V tolerant but could never get that confirmed. I believe the older S3C2410, which we used in a product had some 5Volt tolerant inputs. As for a UART I used a a 3V3 RS485 TXRX chip that interfaced to the raw serial port. These boards are a bit expensive to try and see if you can work outside manufacturer's recommendations :)
I remember 4 years ago, to be in the same question. As for I can tell you (after 4 years 24/7 and about 300 boards) is that it is safe, to connect 5V levels to the UART of Mini2440.