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SMART Series Single Board Computer
SBC-SMART-BEE
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Revision History
Revision
Date
Changes from Previous Revision
1.0
2013/11/17 Initial Release
1.1
2014/04/21 Update to SMARC T335X Hardware Revision 00B0
1. SPI_D0 and SPI_D1 interchanged
2. LCD_BKLT_PWM and GPIO1 interchanged
3. Change the board name from SBC-SMART-BEE
to SBC-SMART-BEE
1.2
2014/05/09 1. Correct RS422 TX polarity of CN12
2. Add Mounting Hole Mechanical Drawing
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USER INFORMATION
About This Manual
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Standards
EMBEDIAN is ISO 9001:2008 and ISO14001-certified manufacturer.
SMARC is an SGET standard for ARM computer on module.
Warranty
This EMBEDIAN product is warranted against defects in material and
workmanship for the warranty period from the date of shipment. During
the warranty period, EMBEDIAN will at its discretion, decide to repair or
replace defective products.
Within the warranty period, the repair of products is free of charge as long
as warranty conditions are observed.
The warranty does not apply to defects resulting from improper or
inadequate maintenance or handling by the buyer, unauthorized
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EMBEDIAN will not be responsible for any defects or damages to other
products not supplied by EMBEDIAN that are caused by a faulty
EMBEDIAN product.
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Table of Contents
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION................................................................................................................ 9 1.1 FEATURE SET OVERVIEW ............................................................................................................... 9 1.2 BLOCK DIAGRAM .......................................................................................................................... 10 1.3 PERIPHERAL OVERVIEW .............................................................................................................. 12 FIGURE 2: SBC-SMART-BEE PERIPHERAL DIAGRAM .................................................................... 12 1.4 LAYOUT DIAGRAM ......................................................................................................................... 13 FIGURE 3: SBC-SMART-BEE CONNECTORS, HEADERS AND JUMPERS....................................... 13 1.5 MOUNTING HOLES MECHANICAL DRAWING ........................................................................... 14 1.6 DOCUMENT AND STANDARD REFERENCES.............................................................................. 15 CHAPTER 2 JUMPERS, SWITCHES AND LEDS ................................................................................. 18 2.1 JUMPERS ......................................................................................................................................... 18 FIGURE 5: JUMPER LOCATIONS ....................................................................................................... 18 2.2 SWITCHES ....................................................................................................................................... 22 FIGURE 6: SWITCH LOCATIONS ........................................................................................................ 22 2.3 LEDS ................................................................................................................................................ 24 FIGURE 7: LED LOCATIONS ............................................................................................................... 24 CHAPTER 3 HEADERS AND CONNECTORS ...................................................................................... 26 3.1 CONNECTORS ................................................................................................................................. 26 FIGURE 8: CONNECTOR LOCATIONS ............................................................................................... 26 FIGURE 9: 24-BIT SINGLE PIXEL TRANSMISSION, UNBALANCED ............................................... 39 3.2 HEADERS ........................................................................................................................................ 45 FIGURE 10: HEADER LOCATIONS ..................................................................................................... 45 FIGURE 11: 10-WAY BOX HEADER TO DB9 CABLE.......................................................................... 47 FIGURE 12: AIC3106 BLOCK DIAGRAM............................................................................................ 56 CHAPTER 4 I2C0 DEVICES AND CARRIER EEPROM FORMAT ...................................................... 58 4.1 I2C0 DEVICES ................................................................................................................................. 58 4.2 MODULE EEPROM FORMAT ........................................................................................................ 59 4.3 CARRIER EEPROM FORMAT ........................................................................................................ 60 CHAPTER 5 QUICK START GUIDE ..................................................................................................... 63 STEP1. PLUG A WORKING SD CARD INTO SD SLOT ....................................................................... 63 STEP2. CHECK JUMPERS AND SWITCHES ....................................................................................... 63 STEP3. WIRED THE CONSOLE AND ETHERNET CABLE ................................................................. 64 OPEN A SERIAL TERMINAL LIKE PUTTY IN YOUR PC. SET THE COM PORT AS 115200, 8N1. ... 65 STEP4. POWER 5V TO THE DEVICE................................................................................................... 65 5
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Using this Manual
This guide provides information about the Embedian SBC-SMART-BEE Single
Board Computer based on TI Sitara AM335x Cortex-A8 processor.
Conventions used in this guide
This table describes the typographic conventions used in this guide:
This Convention
Is used for
Italic type
Emphasis, new terms, variables, and
document titles.
Filenames, pathnames, and code
examples.
monospaced type Embedian Information
Document Updates
Please always check the product specific section on the Embedian
support website at www.embedian.com/ for the most current revision of
this document.
Contact Information
For more information about your Embedian products, or for customer
service and technical support, contact Embedian directly.
To contact Embedian by
Use
Mail
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4F-7. 432 Keelung Rd. Sec. 1,
Taipei 11051, Taiwan
World Wide Web
http://www.embedian.com/
Telephone
+ 886 2 2722 3291
Additional Resources
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Please also refer to the most recent SBC-SMART-BEE User’s Manual and TI
AM335x processor reference manual and related documentation for additional
information.
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Introduction
This Chapter gives background information on the
SBC-SMART-BEE single board computer.
Section include:
 Feature Set Overview
 Block Diagram
 Peripheral Overview
 Layout Diagram
 Document and Standard References
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Chapter 1 Introduction
This document serves as a user manual and technical reference for the
EMBEDIAN SBC-SMART-BEE single board computer. The manual is intended
for use by engineering personnel working with SBC-SMART-BEE systems.
SBC-SMART-BEE single board computer consists of a SMARC module and a
SMART-BEE carrier board. The advantages of this architecture are that
system can be easily upgraded by simply changing the SMARC module or
expanded by replacing the carrier board. The SMARC module is an industrial
standard.
1.1 Feature Set Overview
The SBC-SMART-BEE has the following features:
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Length x Width: 102mm x 145mm (4.0" x 5.7"), 3.5-inch form factor
24-bit color packing, single channel LVDS port.
18-bit color depth Parallel LCD port.
3.3V or 5V LCD signaling option
Reset Jumper
5V LED Backlight support
USB OTG mini AB connector
USB R/A Type A connector
2 x Fast Ethernet (10/100Mbps) ports with integrated magnetics.
On-board I2S Audio Codec.
3 x RS232 ports (one can be configured as RS422/RS485).
CAN Bus support (1).
SPI (2) and I2C (2) Header
Boot Option Switch
SD Card slot.
12 x GPIO
4-wire Touch Connector
RTC backup power sources – Lithium coin cell onboard.
5V input voltage terminal block with +/-28V over voltage and mis-wiring
protection
External WDT option
A single 4KB EEPROM is provided on I2C0 that holds the board
information. This information includes board name, part number, serial
number, and revision information.
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1.2 Block Diagram
An overall system block diagram for the SBC-SMART-BEE single board
computer is shown on the following page. The following color coding is used
on the block diagram:
 Industry standard wired I/O connectors are shown in orange.
 Embedian defined wired I/O connectors and headers are shown in red.
 Industry standard mezzanine and slot format connectors are shown in
blue.
 ICs on the board are shown in pale yellow.
 Miscellaneous features (jumpers, switches) are shown in drab green.
Much may be gleaned from this diagram:
 What the major features are.
 An indication of the power supply architecture.
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Figure 1: SBC-SMART-BEE Block Diagram
Details for this diagram will be explained in the following chapters.
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1.3 Peripheral Overview
The following diagram shows the function of all peripherals including of
connectors, headers, configuration jumpers and other important features on
the SBC-SMART-BEE single board computer.
Figure 2: SBC-SMART-BEE Peripheral Diagram
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1.4 Layout Diagram
The following section shows the physical location and reference designator of
connectors, configuration jumpers and other important features on the
SBC-SMART-BEE single board computer.
Figure 3: SBC-SMART-BEE Connectors, Headers and Jumpers
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1.5 Mounting Holes Mechanical Drawing
Figure 4 shows the mounting holes information of SBC-SMART-BEE. The
diameter of mounting hole is 3.2mm and the diameter of the ring is 6mm.
Figure 4: SBC-SMART-BEE Mounting Holes Mechanical Drawing
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1.6 Document and Standard References
1.6.1. External Industry Standard Documents
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eMMC (Embedded Multi-Media Card) the eMMC electrical standard is
defined by JEDEC JESD84-B45 and the mechanical standard by
JESD84-C44 (www.jedec.org).
The I2C Specification, Version 2.1, January 2000, Philips
Semiconductor (now NXP) (www.nxp.com).
I2S Bus Specification, Feb. 1986 and Revised June 5, 1996, Philips
Semiconductor (now NXP) (www.nxp.com).
JTAG (Joint Test Action Group defined by IEEE 1149.1-2001 - IEEE
Standard Test Access Port and Boundary Scan Architecture
(www.ieee.org).
MXM3 Graphics Module Mobile PCI Express Module
Electromechanical Specification, Version 3.0, Revision 1.1, © 2009
NVIDIA Corporation (www.mxm-sig.org).
PICMG® EEEP Embedded EEPROM Specification, Rev. 1.0, August
2010 (www.picmg.org).
SD Specifications Part 1 Physical Layer Simplified Specification,
Version 3.01, May 18, 2010, © 2010 SD Group and SD Card
Association (Secure Digital) (www.sdcard.org).
SPI Bus – “Serial Peripheral Interface” - de-facto serial interface
standard defined by Motorola. A good description may be found on
Wikipedia
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serial_Peripheral_Interface_Bus).
USB Specifications (www.usb.org).
1.6.2. Embedian Documents
The following documents are listed for reference. The schematic is not
usually available outside of Embedian, without special permission. Contact
your Embedian representative for more information.
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SBC-SMART-BEE User’s Manual
SBC-SMART-BEE Pinmux File
1.6.3. TI Documents
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AM335x ARM Cortex-A8 Microprocessors (MPUs), April 15 2013 (rev.
F)
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AM335x Schematic Checklist, Oct 31 2011
AM335x ARM Cortex-A8 Microprocessors (MPUs) Technical
References Manual, April 15 2013 (rev. H)
AM335x Power Consumption Summary, Oct 31 2011
1.6.4. TI Development Tools
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Pin Mux Utility for ARM® Microprocessors
Power Estimation Tool (PET)
1.6.5. TI Software Documents
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LINUXEZSDK-AM335x
ANDROIDDEVKIT-JB-AM335x
1.6.6. Embedian Software Documents
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SBC-SMART-BEE Linux BSP
SBC-SMART-BEE Android BSP
SBC-SMART-BEE Linux BSP User’s Guide
SBC-SMART-BEE Android BSP User’s Guide
1.6.7. TI Design Network
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Beaglebone
Beaglebone Blask
Adeneo Embedded (Windows Embedded Compact 7)
Nucleus
QNX
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Jumpers, Switches
and LEDs
This Chapter provides SBC-SMART-BEE jumpers,
switches and LEDs information.
Section include:
 Jumpers
 Switches
 LEDs
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Chapter 2 Jumpers, Switches and
LEDs
This chapter gives detail information of the jumpers, switches and LEDs.
2.1 Jumpers
The SBC-SMART-BEE has a number of jumpers that allow you to configure
your system to suit your application. All use 2mm shorting blocks (shunts) to
select settings. Turn off power to the SBC-SMART-BEE before changing the
position of a shunt.
2.1.1. Jumper Location
Figure 5: Jumper Locations
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2.1.2. List of Jumpers
The table below lists the function of various jumpers.
Label
Function
JP1
3.3V/5V LCD Signaling Voltage
JP2
RS232/RS422/RS485 Setting for SER0
(UART0)
JP3
Hardware Reset
JP4
External WatchDog Timer
2.1.3. Jumper Settings
The following tables describe how the jumper shunts to various
configurations.
JP1: Location on Board, G2
JP1
3.3V/5V LCD Signaling Voltage
Setting
Function
JP1 (1-2)
3.3V
JP1 (2-3)
5V
JP2: Location on Board, A1
JP2
RS232/RS422/RS485 Settings
Setting
Function
JP2 (1-2)
RS232
JP2 (3-4)
RS422/RS485 half duplex
JP2 (5-6)
RS422/RS485 full duplex
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JP3: Location on Board, B1
JP3
Hardware Reset
Setting
Function
Shunt JP3 and Release
Immediately
Hardware Reset
JP4: Location on Board, B1
JP4
External Watchdog Timer
Setting
Function
JP4 Open
Disable External WDT
JP4 Closed
Enable External WDT
2.1.4. Setting Jumpers
You configure your board to match the needs of your application by setting
jumpers. A jumper is the simplest kind of electric switch. It consists of two
metal pins and a small metal clip (often protected by a plastic cover) that
slides over the pins to connect them. To “close” a jumper you connect the
pins with the clip.
To “open” a jumper you remove the clip. Sometimes a jumper will have three
pins, labeled 1, 2 and 3. In this case you would connect either pins 1 and 2
or 2 and 3.
The jumper settings are schematically depicted in this manual as follows.
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A pair of needle-nose pliers may be helpful when working with jumpers. If
you have any doubts about the best hardware configuration for your
application, contact your sales representative before you make any change.
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2.2 Switches
The SBC-SMART-BEE has one switch (SW1) that could determine the boot
devices.
2.2.1. Switch Location
The SW1 switch for boot configuration is located at A1 as shown in the
following figure.
Figure 6: Switch Locations
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2.2.2. List of Booting Device Configuration
The table below lists the booting device configuration setting by SW1.
SW1
Function
1
2
3
Boot Configuration
OFF
ON
ON
Carrier SD Card (CN16)
ON
OFF
OFF
Module eMMC Flash
OFF
OFF
OFF
Module SPI NOR Flash
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2.3 LEDs
The SBC-SMART-BEE has two LEDs to indicate the 5V and 3.3V power status.
When power is fine, the LED will light on.
2.3.1. LEDs Location
Figure 7: LED Locations
2.3.2. List of LEDs
The table below lists the function of LEDs.
Label
Function
LED1
ON, if 5V is fine
LED2
ON, if 3.3V is fine
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Connectors and
Headers
This Chapter gives SBC-SMART-BEE connectors and
headers detail information.
Section include:
 Connectors
 Headers
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Chapter 3 Headers and Connectors
This section gives SBC-SMART-BEE connectors and headers detail
information.
3.1 Connectors
Wired connections to the SBC-SMART-BEE single board computer are
described in this section.
3.1.1. Connector Location
Figure 8: Connector Locations
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3.1.2. List of Connectors
The table below lists the function of various connectors.
Label
Function
CN1
314-pin MXM3.0 SMARC Module Connector
CN2
Power Input 2-pin Terminal Block
CN3
RTC Backup Battery
CN4
LAN1 RJ45 Jack with Integrated Magnetic
CN5
LAN2 RJ45 Jack with Integrated Magnetic
CN6
USB Host Type A Connector
CN7
USB OTG mini Type B Connector
CN8
LCD LED Backlight Connector
CN9
33-pin LCD FPC connector pitch 0.5mm
CN10
Single Channel LVDS Connector
CN14
Serial Console RJ45 Connector (SER3/UART3)
CN16
SD/SDHC Connector
CN19
4-wire Touch Connector
CN3 (on Module)
JTAG Connector
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3.1.3. Connector Pin Assignments
The following tables describe the electrical signals available on the
connectors of the SBC-SMART-BEE. Each section provides relevant details
about the connector including part numbers, mating connectors, signal
descriptions and references to related chapters.
Pinout Legend
I
O
I/O
P
AI
AO
AIO
OD
#
Input
Output
Input or output
Power
Analogue input
Analogue output
Analogue Input or analogue output
Open Drain Signal
Low level active signal
3.1.3.1. Serial Console Debug Connector: CN14
SBC-SMART-BEE provides with one serial console port that using RJ45
as the connector. The serial console port is available through a RJ-45
connector (CN14). A RJ45 to DB9 cable with 1m long comes with the
first-time purchase only and is shown as follows.
The following table shows the pin-out of the CN14 serial console
connector.
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CN14: Location on Board, C5
Header
8-pin RJ45 Connector
Edge
Finger
Sitara AM335x CPU
Pin
Signal
Name
Function
Pin# Ball
Mode
Signal Name 1
NC Not Connected
2
SER3
_RX Receive Data
P141
L17
1
UART3_RXD I
3
SER3
_TX Transmit Data
P140
L16
1
UART3_TXD O
4
NC Not Connected
5
GND Ground
6
NC Not Connected
7
NC Not Connected
8
NC Not Connected
Type
P
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3.1.3.2. USB Host Type A Connector: CN6
SBC-SMART-BEE provides with one USB 2.0 host type A connector
(CN6).
The following table shows the pin-out of the CN6 USB host connector.
CN6: Location on Board, D5
Header
USB Type A Connector
Edge
Finger
Sitara AM335x CPU
Pin
Signal
Name
Function
Pin# Ball
1
USB1_
VBus USB1 -supply
(max. 500mA)
2
USB1‐ Universal
serial bus port
1 ( -)
P66 R17
0
USB1_DM IO
3
USB1+ Universal
serial bus port
0 (+)
P65 R18
0
USB1_DP IO
4
USB_G
ND Mode
Type
Signal Name P
USB Ground
P
Note:
To protect the external power lines of peripheral devices, make sure
that:
-- The wires have the right diameter to withstand the maximum
available current.
-- The enclosure of the peripheral device fulfills the fire-protecting
requirements of IEC/EN 60950.
The USB power lines are protected with a resetable fuse and are
limited to 500mA.
If the USB device is powered from the SBC-SMART-BEE directly, not
from the external power, make sure that the total power consumption
does not exceed the DC power budget.
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3.1.3.3. USB OTG Mini Type B Connector: CN7
SBC-SMART-BEE provides with one USB 2.0 OTG mini type B connector
(CN7).
The following table shows the pin-out of the CN7 USB OTG connector.
CN7: Location on Board, E5
Header
USB OTG Mini Type B Connector
Edge
Finger
Sitara AM335x CPU
Pin
Signal Name
Pin# Ball
1
USB0_VBus Power Supply
2
USB0‐ Data-
P61 N18
0
USB0_DM IO
3
USB0+ Data+
P60 N17
0
USB0_DP IO
4
USB0_OTG_
ID Host cable
identification
P64 P16
0 USB0_ID IO
5
GND Ground
Function
Mode
Type
Signal Name P
P
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3.1.3.4. Fast LAN RJ45 Connector: CN4 and CN5
SBC-SMART-BEE provides with two Fast LAN RJ45 connectors (CN4
and CN5).
The following table shows the pin-out of the CN4 (LAN1) and CN5 (LAN2)
connectors.
CN4 (LAN1): Location on Board, G5
Header
Fast RJ45 Connector
Edge
Finger
Sitara AM335x CPU
Pin
Signal Name
Pin# Ball
1
GBE_MDI0+ Transmit Data+
P30 AO
2
GBE_MDI0‐ Transmit Data‐
P29 AO
3
GBE_MDI1+ Receive Data+
P27 AI
4
GBE_MDI2+ Transmit Data+
P26 5
GBE_MDI2‐ Transmit Data‐
P24 NC
6
GBE_MDI1‐ Receive Data‐
P23 AI
7
GBE_MDI3+ Receive Data+
P20 NC
8
GBE_MDI3‐ Receive Data‐
P19 NC
L
Left LED Duplex
P21/
P22 Yellow
R
Right LED Link and Ack
P25 Green
Function
Mode
From SMSC
LAN8720A
Type
Signal Name NC
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CN5 (LAN2): Location on Board, F5
Header
Gigabit RJ45 Connector
Edge
Finger
Sitara
CPU
Pin
Signal Name
Function
Pin# Ball
1
GBE1_MDI0+ Transmit Data+
S62 AO
2
GBE1_MDI0‐ Transmit Data‐
S63 AO
3
GBE1_MDI1+ Receive Data+
S65 AI
4
GBE1_MDI2+ Transmit Data+
S66 NC
5
GBE1_MDI2‐ Transmit Data‐
S68 6
GBE1_MDI1‐ Receive Data‐
S69 AI
7
GBE1_MDI3+ Receive Data+
S71 NC
8
GBE1_MDI3‐ Receive Data‐
S72 NC
L
Left LED Duplex
S23/
S24 Yellow
R
Right LED Link and Ack
S55 Green
AM335x
Mode
From SMSC
LAN8720A
Type
Signa
l Name NC
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3.1.3.5. SD/SDHC Connector: CN16
SBC-SMART-BEE provides with one SD/SDHC connector (CN16). The
SD slot could be used as a boot device or as a standard storage.
The following table shows the pin-out of the CN16 SD/SDHC connector.
CN16: Location on Board, H5
Header
SD/SDHC Connector
Edge
Finger
Sitara AM335x CPU
Pin
Signal Name
Pin# Ball
Mode
Signal Name 1
SDIO_CD# SD Insert /SDIO_D3 Detect/ SD receive/trans
mit data P35/
P42 U14/
F17
7/0
GPIO1
[18]/
MMC0_
DAT3
I/IO
2
SDIO_CMD SD receive response/ transmit command P34 G18 0
MMC0_
CMD O
3
GND Ground P
4
VDD_SD0 Power P
5
SDIO_CK SD Clock 6
GND Ground 7
SDIO_D0 SD receive/trans
mit data P39 G16
0
MMC0_
DAT0 O
8
SDIO_D1 SD receive/trans
mit data P40 G15
0
MMC0_
DAT1 O
9
SDIO_D2 SD receive/trans
mit data P41 F18
0
MMC0_
DAT2 O
10
SDIO_WP SD Write Protect P33 V14
7
GPIO1
[17] I
Function
P36 G17
0
MMC0
_CLK
Type
I
P
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3.1.3.6. LCD FPC Connector: CN9
SBC-SMART-BEE provides with one LCD 33-pin FPC connector (CN9). It
supports 18-bit color depths.
The following table shows the pin-out of the CN9 LCD FPC connector.
CN9: Location on Board, H2/H3
33-pin FPC connector pitch 0.5mm
Edge
Finger
Sitara AM335x CPU
Pin# Ball
Type
Top Contact
Header
Pin
Signal Name
Function
1
GND Ground 2
LCD_PCK Pixel Clock Mod
e
Signal Name P
S123
V5 0
LCD_ O
PCLK 3
LCD_HS Horizontal Sync. S122
R5 0
LCD_ O
HSYNC 4
LCD_VS Vertical Sync.
S121
U5 0 LCD_ O
VSYNC 5
GND 6
LCD_RED2 Ground PI
S113
U13
1
LCD_ O
DATA16 7
LCD_RED3 S114
R1
0
LCD_ O
DATA0 8
LCD_RED4 Red Data S115
R2
0
LCD_ O
DATA1 9
LCD_RED5 S116
R3
0
LCD_ O
DATA2 10
LCD_RED6 S117
R4
0
LCD_ O
DATA3 11
LCD_RED7 S118
T1
0
LCD_ O
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33-pin FPC connector pitch 0.5mm
Edge
Finger
Sitara AM335x CPU
Pin
Signal Name
Function
Pin# Ball
12
GND Ground 13
LCD_GREEN2 Mod
e
Type
Signal Name P
S104
T2
0
LCD_ O
DATA5 14
LCD_GREEN3 S105
T3
0
LCD_ O
DATA6 15
LCD_GREEN4 Green Data S106
T4
0
LCD_ O
DATA7 16
LCD_GREEN5 S107
U1
0
LCD_ O
DATA8 17
LCD_GREEN6 S108
U2
0
LCD_ O
DATA9 18
LCD_GREEN7 S109
U3
0
LCD_ O
DATA10 19
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33-pin FPC connector pitch 0.5mm
Edge
Finger
Sitara AM335x CPU
Pin
Signal Name
Pin# Ball
Mod
e
Signal Name 20
LCD_BLUE2 S95 V13
0
LCD_ Function
Type
O
DATA17 21
LCD_BLUE3 Blue Data S96 U4
0
LCD_ O
DATA11 22
LCD_BLUE4 S97 V2
0
LCD_ O
DATA12 23
LCD_BLUE5 S98 V3
0
LCD_ O
DATA13 24
LCD_BLUE6 S99 V4
0
LCD_ O
DATA14 25
LCD_BLUE7 S100
T5
0
LCD_ O
DATA15 26
GND Ground 27
LCE_DE Data Enable 28
VDD_LCD Power Supply P
29
VDD_LCD Power Supply P
30
LR Horizontal Image Shift‐directi
on Select Signal 31
UD Vertical Image Shift‐directi
on Select Signal 32
NC 33
NC P
S120
R6
0
LCD_AC_ O
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3.1.3.7. LVDS Connector: CN10
SBC-SMART-BEE provides with one LCD LVDS connector (CN10). It
supports 24-bit color depths. The LVDS signal is implemented from
parallel RGB LCD signals via a TI SN75LVDS83B interface IC on carrier
board.
The following table shows the pin-out of the CN10 LCD LVDS connector.
CN10: Location on Board, H4
Header
LVDS Connector: *CONN.
DF14-20P-1.25H
Edge
Finger
Sitara AM335x CPU
Pin
Pin# Ball
Signal Name
Function
Mode
Type
Signal Name 1
1 GND P
2
2 GND P
3
3 A3P O
4
4 A3M O
5
5 GND P
6
6 CLKP O
7
7 CLKM O
8
8 GND P
9
9 A2P O
10
10 A2M O
11
11 GND P
12
12 A1P O
13
13 A1M O
14
14 GND P
15
15 A0P O
16
16 A0M O
17
17 GND P
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LVDS Connector: *CONN.
DF14-20P-1.25H
Edge
Finger
Sitara AM335x CPU
Pin
Pin# Ball
Signal Name
Function
Mode
Type
Signal Name 18
18 GND P
19
19 VCC (3.3V or 5V) P
20
20 VCC (3.3V or 5V) P
Note:
CN10 is a 24-bit color depth LVDS signal. In the 24-bit single pixel
mode, the RGB and control inputs shall be transmitted as shown in
the following figure. Outputs A4 through A7 and CLK2 shall be
inactive in this mode and fixed at a single value. Bits marked RES
are reserved for future use and may take any value.
Figure 9: 24-bit Single Pixel Transmission, Unbalanced
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3.1.3.8. LCD LED Backlight Connector: CN8
SBC-SMART-BEE provides with one LCD LED backlight connector (CN8)
that can drive up to 10 LEDs in series. The driver IC is TI TPS61165.
The following table shows the pin-out of the CN8 LED backlight connector.
CN8: Location on Board, A4/B4
LED Backlight Connector:
Edge
Finger
Sitara AM335x CPU
Pin# Ball
Type
JST SM02B-BHSS-1-TB or
compatible
Header
Mode
Signal Name Pin
Signal Name
Function
1
BLH Backlight Drive (Anode Side) From TPS61165
P
2
BLL Backlight Drive (Cathode Side) From TPS61165 P
Note:
The mating connector is JST BHSR-02VS-1 or compatible. The
backlight control pin is ecap0_in_pwm0_out.gpio0_7.
3.1.3.9. Power Input Terminal Block Connector: CN2
The power input connector of SBC-SMART-BEE is using a 2-pin 5mm
terminal block and located at CN2. The input power should be 5V. There
are +28V over voltage and -28V miswiring protection.
The following table shows the pin-out of the CN2 power input terminal
block connector.
CN2: Location on Board, B5
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Power Input Connector:
Edge
Finger
Sitara AM335x CPU
Pin# Ball
Type
2-pin screw type terminal block
Header
Mode
Signal Name Pin
Signal Name
Function
1
5V 5V Input P
2
GND Ground Power P
3.1.3.10. SMARC Module Connector: CN1
The SMARC Module is supported on CN1. This is a 314 pin MXM3 style
connector. The CN1 pin-out conforms to the SMARC Module specification.
Only 3.3V Module I/O can be supported on the SBC-SMART-BEE single
board computer.
The MXM3 style connector used on the SBC-SMART-BEE single board
computer is with a board-to-board spacing of 5mm.
The SBC-SMART-BEE carrier board has captive M2.5 threaded standoffs
in the SMARC mounting hole positions. The standoffs accept M2.5 screws,
inserted from above, through the Module holes.
3.1.3.11. RTC Backup Battery: CN3
A 6.8mm diameter 3V lithium coin cell battery is available in position CN3.
The part number of coin cell battery on CN3 is Seiko MS621F_FL11E.
The battery ‘+’ terminal is protected against charging (as required by
safety regulations) by a Schottky diode and a 49.9 Ohm resistor (R10).
CN3: Location on Board, B2
3.1.3.12. 4-wire Touch Connector: CN19
SBC-SMART-BEE provides with a 4-wire FPC connector for touch panel.
The controller is from ADC of the processor.
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The following table shows the pin-out of the CN19 4-wire resistive
connector.
CN19: Location on Board, H3
4-wire Touch Connector:
Edge
Finger
Sitara AM335x CPU
Type
1.0 ZIF FPC SMT V/T
Header
Mode
Signal Name Pin
Signal Name
Function
Pin# Ball
1
XNUR Left S21 C7 AIN1 AI
2
YPLL Bottom S19 B7 AIN2 AI
3
XPUL Right S18 B6 AIN0 AI
4
YNLR Top S22 A7 AIN3 AI
Note:
The length of touch FPC cable should not be keeping too long.
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3.1.3.13. JTAG Connector: CN3 on Module
JTAG functions for CPU debug and test are implemented on separate
small form factor connector (CN3: JST SM10B-SRSS-TB, 1mm pitch R/A
SMD Header) on SMARC module. The JTAG pins are used to allow test
equipment and circuit emulators to have access to the Module CPU. The
pin-outs shown below are used:
The following table shows the pin-out of the CN3 (on module) JTAG
connector.
CN3: Location on Board, D4
JTAG Connector:
Edge
Finger
Sitara AM335x CPU
Pin# Ball
Type
JST SM10B-SRSS-TB, 1mm pitch
R/A SMD Header
Header
Mode
Signal Name Pin
Signal Name
Function
1
VDD_33A JTAG I/O
Voltage
(sourced by
Module)
2
nTRST JTAG Reset, active low B10 nTRST B10 I 3
TMS JTAG mode select C11 TMS C11 I 4
TDO JTAG data out
A11 TDO A11 O 5
TDI JTAG data in
B11 TDI B11 I 6
TCK JTAG clock
A12 TCK A12 I 7
RTCK JTAG return
clock
I 8
GND Ground
P 9
MFG_Mode
# Pulled low to
allow in-circuit
SPI ROM
update
I 10
GND Ground
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Note:
The mating connector part number is JST 10SR-3S.
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3.2 Headers
This section details the header information of SBC-SMART-BEE single board
computer.
3.2.1. Header Location
Figure 10: Header Locations
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3.2.2. List of Headers
The table below lists the function of various headers.
Label
Function
CN12
RS232/RS422/RS485 port (SER0/UART0) with
hardware handshaking
CN13
RS232 port (SER1/UART1)
CN15
CAN Bus Header
CN17
GPIO Header
CN18
I2C (2) and SPI (2) Header
CN11
Mic, In and Speaker Out Audio Header
3.2.3. Header Pin Assignments
The following tables describe the electrical signals available on the
connectors of the SBC-SMART-BEE. Each section provides relevant details
about the connector including part numbers, mating connectors, signal
descriptions and references to related chapters.
Pinout Legend
I
O
I/O
P
AI
AO
AIO
OD
#
Input
Output
Input or output
Power
Analogue input
Analogue output
Analogue Input or analogue output
Open Drain Signal
Low level active signal
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3.2.3.1. Asynchronous Serial Ports Header: CN12 and CN13
The SBC-SMART-BEE single board computer supports three serial ports.
They are SER0, SER1 and SER3. SER3 is also used as a serial debug
port that is described in section 3.1.3.1. It has EIA RS232/RS422/RS485
compliant signal levels and polarities. One of the three ports (SER0) have
RTS/CTS handshaking, and two (SER1 and SER3) have TX and RX data
only, without handshaking.
The SBC-SMART-BEE runs SER0 and SER1 through one transceiver and
SER3 through the other transceiver. It could also runs SER0 via JP2
setting through a SN75HVD11D transceiver to become a RS422 or
RS485 signals.
A 10-way box header to DB9 cable with 20cm long is available from
Embedian for users easily testing the functions and is shown as follows.
Figure 11: 10-way box header to DB9 cable
The red line on the cable should align to pin 1 of the header.
The following table shows the pin-out of the CN12 and CN13
asynchronous serial port header.
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CN12: Location on Board, A4
Header
RS232/RS422/RS485
Header: HEADER DIP
10*2P 180D MALE 2.0mm
Edge
Finger
Sitara AM335x CPU
Pin
Signal
Name
Function
Pin# Ball
Mode
Signal Name 1
422_
TX-/ Receive Data
P130
E15
0 UART0_RXD I
P131
E17
0 UART0_ Type
485_
RX‐ 2
422_
TX+/ 485_
RX+ 3
SER0
_RX 4
SER0 Ready to Send
_RTS O
RTSN 5
SER0
_TX Transmit Data
P129
E16
0 UART0_TXD O
6
SER0 Clear To Send
_CTS P132
E18
0 UART0_ I
CTSN 7
422_
RX+ 8
422_
RX‐ 9
GND 10
NC P
Note:
The ones marked as blue are RS232 signals. When using RS232 as
function, please shunt pin 1-2 of JP2.
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CN13: Location on Board, A3
Header
RS232 Header: HEADER
DIP 10*2P 180D MALE
2.0mm
Edge
Finger
Sitara AM335x CPU
Pin
Signal
Name
Function
Pin# Ball
Mode
Signal Name 1
NC 2
NC 3
SER1
_RX Receive Data
P135
K18
1 UART2_RXD I
4
NC 5
SER1
_TX Transmit Data
P134
L18
1 UART2_TXD O
6
NC 7
NC 8
NC 9
GND 10
NC Type
P
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3.2.3.2. CAN Bus Header: CN15
The SBC-SMART-BEE supports one CAN bus port and locates at CN15.
It runs CAN0 through SN65HVD251D transceiver.
The following table shows the pin-out of the CN15 CAN Bus header.
CN15: Location on Board, A2
Header
CAN Bus Header:
HEADER DIP 10*2P 180D
MALE 2.0mm
Edge
Finger
Sitara AM335x CPU
Pin
Signal
Name
Pin# Ball
Mode
Signal Name 1
NC 2
NC 3
CAN0L CAN Signal P144
Low K15
1 DCAN0_RX I
4
CAN0H CAN Signal P143
High J18
1 DCAN0_TX O
5
NC 6
NC 7
NC 8
NC 9
GND 10
NC Function
Type
P
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3.2.3.3. GPIO Header: CN17
The SBC-SMART-BEE single board computer supports 12 GPIO ports.
The GPIO header locates at CN17.
The following table shows the pin-out of the CN17 GPIO header.
CN17: Location on Board, B1
Header
GPIO Header: HEADER DIP
14*2P 180D MALE 2.0mm
Edge
Finger
Sitara AM335x CPU
Pin
Signal
Name
Pin# Ball
1
VDD_ Function
Mode
Type
Signal Name P
GPIO 2
GND 3
GPIO0 Camera 0 Power Enable P108
J17
7 GPIO3[4] 4
GPIO6 Tachometer input P114
U18
7 GPIO1[28] I/O
5
GPIO1 Camera 1 Power Enable P109
T6 7 GPIO2[5] 6
GPIO7 PCAM_FLD signal input P115
V6 7 GPIO1[29] I/O
7
GPIO2 Camera 0 Reset P110
U16
7 GPIO1[25] I/O
8
GPIO8 CAN0 Error signal, P116
T13
7 GPIO2[0] 9
GPIO3 Camera 1 Reset P111
V16
7 GPIO1[24] I/O
P
I/O
I/O
I/O
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Header
GPIO Header: HEADER DIP
14*2P 180D MALE 2.0mm
Edge
Finger
Sitara AM335x CPU
Pin
Signal
Name
Function
Pin# Ball
Mode
Signal Name 10
GPIO9 CAN1 Error signal, active low input P117
V12
7 GPIO2[1] I/O
11
GPIO4 HD Audio Reset P112
U6 7 GPIO2[4] I/O
12
GPIO10 P118
C14
7 GPIO3[7] I/O
13
GPIO5 P113
T7 7 GPIO2[3] I/O
14
GPIO11 P119
B14
7 GPIO3[8] I/O
PWM output Type
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3.2.3.4. SPI and I2C Header: CN18
Two sets of SPI bus and I2C bus are presented in CN18.
The following table shows the pin-out of the CN18 SPI and I2C header.
CN18: Location on Board, H1
Header
SPI/I2C Header: HEADER
DIP 14*2P 180D MALE 2.0mm
Edge
Finger
Sitara AM335x CPU
Pin
Signal Name
Pin# Ball
Mode
Signal Name 1
Reserved 2
SPI1_ SPI1 Master P54 Chip Select 0 output C12
3 SPI1_CS0 O
SPI0 Master P31 Chip Select 1 output C15
0 SPI0_CS1 O
SPI1 Master P55 Chip Select 1 output A15
4 SPI1_CS1 O
SPI0 Master P44 Clock output A17
0 SPIO_SCLK O
P56 SPI1 Master
Clock output A13
3 SPI1_SCLK O
SPI0 Master P46 Data output (output from CPU, input to SPI device) B16
0 SPI0_D1 O
SPI1 Master P58 Data output (output from CPU, input to SPI device) D12
3 SPI1_D1 O
CS0# 3
SPI0_ CS1# 4
SPI1_ CS1# 5
SPI0_ SCLK 6
SPI1_ Function
Type
SCLK 7
SPI0_ MOSI 8
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Header
SPI/I2C Header: HEADER
DIP 14*2P 180D MALE 2.0mm
Edge
Finger
Sitara AM335x CPU
Pin
Signal Name
Function
Pin# Ball
Mode
Signal Name 9
SPI0_ SPI0 Master
Data input
(input to
CPU, output
from SPI
device) P45 B17
0 SPI0_D0 I
SPI1 Master
Data input
(input to
CPU, output
from SPI
device) P57 B13
3 SPI1_D0 I
MISO 10
SPI1_ MISO Type
11
I2C_GP_
CK General S48 purpose I2C bus clock D15
3 I2C1_SCL OD
12
I2C_LCD
_CK LCD display S139
I2C bus clock D17
3 I2C2_SCL OD
13
I2C_GP_
DAT General S49 purpose I2C bus data D16
3 I2C1_SDA OD
14
I2C_LCD
_DAT LCD display S140
I2C bus data
D18
3 I2C2_SDA OD
Note:
SPI0_CS0# has been taken for on-module SPI NOR Flash. Use
SPI0_CS1# instead.
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3.2.3.5. I2S Device Header: CN11
The SBC-SMART-BEE has TLV320AIC3106 audio codec allowing I2S0
to/from Audio CODEC. I2C0 bus is also connected to TLV320AIC3106 to
send command to audio codec and read codec register information at
address 0x1B.
The audio mic. In and headset speaker out header is located at CN11.
The following table shows the pin-out of the CN11.
CN11: Location on Board, H5
Header
Audio Header: HEADER DIP
10*2P 180D MALE 2.54mm
Edge
Finger
Sitara AM335x CPU
Pin
Signal
Name
Function
Pin# Ball
1
MIC_L Left channel of
microphone
input
AI
2
AGND Analog Ground P
3
MIC_R Right channel
of microphone
input AI
4
AUD_33 Analogue VDD_IO 5
HP_OUT_
R Right channel of headset speaker AO
6
HP_OUT_
RR HPRCOM Signal of AIC3106 AO
7
MICDEC Microphone detect 8
NC Mode
Type
Signal Name From TLV320AIC3016 Audio
Codec
P
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Header
Audio Header: HEADER DIP
10*2P 180D MALE 2.54mm
Edge
Finger
Sitara AM335x CPU
Pin
Signal
Name
Function
Pin# Ball
9
HP_OUT_
L Left channel of headset speaker out From TLV320AIC3016 Audio
Codec 10
HP_OUT_
LR HPLCOM Signal of AIC3106 Mode
Type
Signal Name The following diagram shows the AIC3106 block diagram from digital end
to analog end.
Figure 12: AIC3106 Block Diagram
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I2C0 Devices and
EEPROM Format
This Chapter points out the I2C0 device information and
EEPROM format.
Section include:
 I2C Devices on Carrier
 Module EEPROM Format
 Carrier EEPROM Format
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Chapter 4 I2C0 Devices and Carrier
EEPROM Format
This chapter introduces I2C0 devices on SBC-SMART-BEE. Also, EEPROM
format on carrier board will also be introduced.
4.1 I2C0 Devices
There are five I2C devices on the SBC-SMART-BEE and are all on the
I2C_PM (I2C0) bus and are operated at 3.3V. Those devices and their address
details are listed in the following table:
#
Device
Description
Address
(8-bit)
Address
(7-bit)
Notes
Read
Write
0x24 0x49 0x48 General purpose
usage address
0x50 0xA1 0xA0 General purpose
parameter
EEPROM, Serial
number, etc in
PICMG EEEP
format
I2C_PM Bus
1
TI TPS65217C 2
On EEPROM
Semiconductor CAT64C32 3
Seiko S‐35390A Real-time clock IC
4
TI Audio Codec
TLV320AIC3106 0x1B 0x37 0x36 General purpose
usage address
5
On EEPROM
Semiconductor CAT64C32 0x57 0xAF 0xAE General purpose
parameter
EEPROM, Serial
number, etc in
PICMG EEEP
format
PMIC
0x30 0x61 0x60 General purpose
parameter with
INT1 register
access
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4.2 Module EEPROM Format
The SMARC module on SBC-SMART-BEE includes an I2C serial EEPROM
available on the I2C_PM bus. An On Semiconductor 24C32 or equivalent
EEPROM is used in the module. The device operates at 1.8V. The Module
serial EEPROM is placed at I2C slave addresses A2 A1 A0 set to 0 (I2C
slave address 50 hex, 7 bit address format or A0 / A1 hex, 8 bit format) (for
I2C EEPROMs, address bits A6 A5 A4 A3 are set to binary 0101
convention).
The module serial EEPROM is intended to retain module parameter
information, including serial number. The module serial EEPROM data
structure conforms to the PICMG® EEEP Embedded EEPROM
Specification.
The EEPROM ID memory layout is now follow the mainline and as follows.
Name
Size (Bytes)
Contents
Header 4 MSB 0xEE3355AA LSB
Board Name 8 Name for Board in ASCII “SMARCT33” = Embedian
SMARC T335X Computer on Module
Version 4 Hardware version code for version in ASCII “00A0” = rev.
A0
Serial Number 12 Serial number of the board. This is a 12 character string
which is: MSCEWWYYnnnn
Where: WW = 2 digit week of the year of production
YY = 2 digit year of production
nnnn = incrementing board number
Configuration Option 32 Codes to show the configuration setup on this board. For
the available T335X supported, the following codes are
used:
ASCII = “SMARCT33” = default configuration
Remaining 24 bytes are reserved
Available 32720 Available space for other non-volatile codes/data
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4.3 Carrier EEPROM Format
The SBC-SMART-BEE carrier board includes an I2C serial EEPROM
available on the I2C_PM bus. An On Semiconductor 24C32 or equivalent
EEPROM is used in the Carrier. The device operates at 3.3V. The Module
serial EEPROM is placed at I2C slave addresses A2 A1 A0 set to 1 (I2C
slave address 57 hex, 7 bit address format or A0 / A1 hex, 8 bit format) (for
I2C EEPROMs, address bits A6 A5 A4 A3 are set to binary 0101
convention).
The Carrier serial EEPROM is intended to retain carrier parameter
information, including serial number. The carrier serial EEPROM data
structure conforms to the PICMG® EEEP Embedded EEPROM
Specification.
Note:
The EEPROM ID memory layout is now follow the mainline and as follows.
Name
Offset
Size
Contents
(bytes)
0 4 0xAA, 0×55, 0×33, 0xEE
EEPROM Format 4 Revision 2 Revision number of the overall format of this
EEPROM in ASCII =A0
Header Board Name 6 32 Name of board in ASCII
Version 38 4 Hardware version code for board in ASCII
Manufacturer 42 16 ASCII name of the manufacturer
Part Number 58 16 ASCII Characters for the part number
Number of Pins
74 2 Number of pins used by the daughter board
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Name
Offset
Size
Contents
(bytes)
Serial Number 76 12 Serial number of the board. This is a 12 character
string which is: MSCEWWYYnnnn
Where: WW = 2 digit week of the year of production
YY = 2 digit year of production
nnnn = incrementing board number
Pin Usage 88 148 Two bytes for each configurable 74 pins on the
expansion connectors
Bit 15: Pin is used or not; 0=Unused by
Cape 1=Used by Cape
Bit 14-13: Pin Direction; 1 0=Output 01=Input
11=BDIR
Bits 12-7: Reserved
Bit 6: Slew Rate; 0=Fast 1=Slow
Bit 5: Rx Enable; 0=Disabled 1=Enabled
Bit 4: Pull Up/Dn Select; 0=Pulldown 1=PullUp
Bit 3: Pull Up/DN enabled; 0=Enabled 1=Disabled
Bits 2-0: Mux Mode Selection; Mode 0-7
VDD_3V3EXP Current 236 2 Maximum current in milliamps
VDD_5V Current
238 2 Maximum current in milliamps
SYS_5V Current
240 2 Maximum current in milliamps
DC Supplied 242 2 Indicates whether or not the board is supplying
voltage on the VDD_5V rail and the current rating
000=No 1-0xFFFF is the
current supplied
Available 244 32543 Available space for other non-volatile codes/data
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Quick Start Guide
The purpose of this chapter is to provide a quick start
guide so that developers can easily get the board up and running in
few minutes.
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Chapter 5 Quick Start Guide
These quick start guides are intended to provide developers with simple
instructions on how to install SBC-SMART-BEE from very beginning and have
it monitoring your local device in few minutes. No advanced installation options
are discussed here - just the basics that will work for 95% of users who want to
get started. This guide will lead you through the process of configuring,
installing, and developing SBC-SMART-BEE. This guide was written to be as
clear as possible and to provide only the details necessary to get you up and
running. For more in-depth information, links to other chapters will be located
where appropriate.
Step1. Plug a working SD card into SD slot
Prepare for a binary pre-installed SD first. Plug the SD card into SD card slot
(CN 16). Please refer to Embedian “SBC-SMART-BEE Software Installation
Guide” to learn how to prepare for a working SD card.
.
Step2. Check Jumpers and Switches
SW1 switch should be set as SD boot (OFF ON ON) and make sure that JP3
is not shunt.
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Step3. Wired the console and Ethernet cable
Connect the DB9 to RJ-45 console debug cable from CN14 of the device to
your PC and the Ethernet cable from LAN1 (CN4) of the device to an
Ethernet switch.
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Open a serial terminal like Putty in your PC. Set the COM port as 115200,
8n1.
Step4. Power 5V to the device
Apply 5V to CN2 connector of the device. If you see the LED light on, that
means the wiring is correct. Do not need to worry about the mis-wiring
because the device has mis-wiring protection.
You will see the Ubuntu 13.04 booting. The default root password is “root”
(no quotation) and default Ubuntu user password is “temppwd”. Default
Ethernet is set as DHCP.
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