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A13-OLinuXino and A13-OLinuXino-WIFI

Open-source single-board Android 4.0 mini-computer

USERS MANUAL
Revision F, March 2013 Designed by OLIMEX Ltd, 2012

All boards produced by Olimex LTD are ROHS compliant

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DISCLAIMER
2012 Olimex Ltd. Olimex, logo and combinations thereof, are registered trademarks of Olimex Ltd. Other product names may be trademarks of others and the rights belong to their respective owners. The information in this document is provided in connection with Olimex products. No license, express or implied or otherwise, to any intellectual property right is granted by this document or in connection with the sale of Olimex products. The Hardware project is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 United States License. You may reproduce it for both your own personal use, and for commercial use. You will have to provide a link to the original creator of the project http://www.olimex.com on any documentation or website. You may also modify the files, but you must then release them as well under the same terms. Credit can be attributed through a link to the creator website: http://www.olimex.com The software is released under GPL. It is possible that the pictures in this manual differ from the latest revision of the board. The product described in this document is subject to continuous development and improvements. All particulars of the product and its use contained in this document are given by OLIMEX in good faith. However all warranties implied or expressed including but not limited to implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for purpose are excluded. This document is intended only to assist the reader in the use of the product. OLIMEX Ltd. shall not be liable for any loss or damage arising from the use of any information in this document or any error or omission in such information or any incorrect use of the product. This evaluation board/kit is intended for use for engineering development, demonstration, or evaluation purposes only and is not considered by OLIMEX to be a finished end-product fit for general consumer use. Persons handling the product must have electronics training and observe good engineering practice standards. As such, the goods being provided are not intended to be complete in terms of required design-, marketing-, and/or manufacturing-related protective considerations, including product safety and environmental measures typically found in end products that incorporate such semiconductor components or circuit boards. Olimex currently deals with a variety of customers for products, and therefore our arrangement with the user is not exclusive. Olimex assumes no liability for applications assistance, customer product design, software performance, or infringement of patents or services described herein.

THERE IS NO WARRANTY FOR THE DESIGN MATERIALS AND THE COMPONENTS USED TO CREATE OLINUXINO. THEY ARE CONSIDERED SUITABLE ONLY FOR OLINUXINO.

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Table of Contents
DISCLAIMER............................................................................................................. 2 CHAPTER 1: OVERVIEW........................................................................................5
1. Introduction to the chapter.......................................................................................................5 1.1 Features.....................................................................................................................................5 1.2 Target market and purpose of the board...............................................................................6 1.3 Board variants..........................................................................................................................6 1.4 Organization.............................................................................................................................6

CHAPTER 2: SETTING UP THE OLINUXINO BOARD.....................................7


2. Introduction to the chapter.......................................................................................................7 2.1 Electrostatic warning...............................................................................................................7 2.2 Requirements........................................................................................................................... 7 2.3 Powering the board..................................................................................................................8 2.4 Prebuilt software......................................................................................................................9 2.5 Button functions in Android................................................................................................. 10 2.6 How we configured the Android image................................................................................10
2.6.1. Getting the Android SDK tools.................................................................................................................. 10 2.6.2. Adding information for the board in the Linux........................................................................................10 2.6.3. Installing the SDK tools.............................................................................................................................. 11 2.6.4. Connecting the A13-OLinuXino...............................................................................................................12 2.6.5. Downloading the default config file and script tool..................................................................................13 2.6.6. Applying the script and uploading the confing.........................................................................................13 2.6.7. Restarting the A13-OLinuXino..................................................................................................................13

2.7 Configuration of hardware in the Debian image................................................................13

CHAPTER 3: A13-OLINUXINO BOARD DESCRIPTION.................................14


3. Introduction to the chapter.....................................................................................................14 3.1 Layout (top view)...................................................................................................................14

CHAPTER 4: THE ALLWINNER A13 MICROCONTROLLER.......................15


4. Introduction to the chapter.....................................................................................................15 4.1 The microcontroller...............................................................................................................15 4.2 Block diagram........................................................................................................................ 17

CHAPTER 5: CONTROL CIRCUITY................................................................... 18


5. Introduction to the chapter.....................................................................................................18 5.1 Reset........................................................................................................................................18 5.2 Clocks......................................................................................................................................18 5.3 Power supply circuit.............................................................................................................. 18

CHAPTER 6: CONNECTORS AND PINOUT......................................................19


6. Introduction to the chapter.....................................................................................................19 6.1 Communication with the A13............................................................................................... 19
6.1.1 USB communication.....................................................................................................................................19 Page 3 of 37

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6.1.2 UART1 interface...........................................................................................................................................20

6.2 SD/MMC slot..........................................................................................................................21 6.3 UEXT module.........................................................................................................................22 6.4 GPIO-1 (General Purpose Input/Output) 10pin connector ..............................................23 6.5 GPIO-2 (General Purpose Input/Output) 40pin connector ..............................................23 6.6 LCD_CON 40pin connector .................................................................................................25 6.7 PWR Jack...............................................................................................................................26 6.8 Headphones and microphone connector..............................................................................26 6.9 Battery connector...................................................................................................................27 6.7 VGA video connector.............................................................................................................27 6.8 Jumper description................................................................................................................28
6.8.1 CE_NAND_E................................................................................................................................................28 6.8.2 3.3V_OPTION, 1.5V_E................................................................................................................................28 6.8.3 5V_E.............................................................................................................................................................. 28 6.8.4 HOST_EN, 5V_E_WIFI, WIFI-3.3V/5V_USB..........................................................................................28

6.9 Additional hardware components........................................................................................ 28

CHAPTER 7: SCHEMATICS..................................................................................30
7. Introduction to the chapter.....................................................................................................30 7.1 Eagle schematic......................................................................................................................30 7.2 Physical dimensions...............................................................................................................32

CHAPTER 8: REVISION HISTORY AND SUPPORT........................................ 33


8. Introduction to the chapter.....................................................................................................33 8.1 Document revision................................................................................................................. 33 8.2 Board revision........................................................................................................................ 35 8.3 Useful web links and purchase codes...................................................................................36 8.4 Product support..................................................................................................................... 37

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CHAPTER 1: OVERVIEW
1. Introduction to the chapter
Thank you for choosing the OLinuXino single board computer from Olimex! This document provides a users guide for the Olimex OLinuXino board. As an overview, this chapter gives the scope of this document and lists the boards features. The documents organization is then detailed. The OLinuXino development board enables code development of applications running on the microcontroller A13, manufactured by Allwinner Technology from China. OLinuXino is an open-source, open-hardware project and all documentation is available to the customer.

1.1 Features
A13 Cortex A8 processor at 1GHz, 3D Mali400 GPU 512 MB RAM 6-16VDC input power supply, noise immune design 3 + 1 USB Host, 3 available for users 1 for (optional) WIFI RTL8188CU 802.11n 150Mbit module on board 1 USB OTG which can power the board SD-card connector for booting the Linux image (optional) 4GB NAND flash VGA video output 800 x 600 resolution LCD signals available on connector so you still can use LCD if you diasble VGA/HDMI Audio Output Microphone input RTC PCF8536 on board for real time clock and alarms 5 Keys on board for android navigation UEXT connector for connecting addtional UEXT modules like Zigbee, Bluetooth, Relays, etc GPIO connector with 68/74 pins and these signals : 17 for adding NAND flash; 22 for connecting LCDs; 20+4 including 8 GPIOs which can be input, output, interrupt sources; 3x I2C; 2x UARTs; SDIO2 for connectinf SDcards and modules; 5 system pins: +5V, +3.3V, GND, RESET, NMI (Optional low cost 7" LCD with touchscreen)

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1.2 Target market and purpose of the board


The boards from the OLinuXino family are easy to setup and powerful. They are suitable for embedded programming enthusiasts, Linux and Android gadget fans and also professionals (since its low cost makes it very good solution for application orientated embedded systems). The main usage of the board is software embedded development without the urge of understanding perfectly the hardware. The strong points of the boards are the processor speed, the mobility of the board and the low ratio price to productivity. Customers have full access to the technical documentation of the board. The software is released under General Purpose License and the board is considered open-hardware.

1.3 Board variants


There are two major board variants. According to the names: A13-OLinuXino and A13-OLinuXinoMICRO. The base model has also two flavors: A13-OLinuXino and A13-OLinuXino-WIFI. The first one is the base model that goes without any operating system image on board, while the second has two additional components a WIFI module on the board and NAND memory with stored Android image. The information on A13-OLinuXino-Micro will be added at a later time but so far the board is most likely to differ from the base A13-OLinuXino by having only 1 USB host, 1 USB OTG, no power connector, no NAND memory, no WIFI, no audio out connector, less buttons.

1.4 Organization
Each section in this document covers a separate topic, organized as follow: Chapter 1 is an overview of the board usage and features Chapter 2 provides a guide for quickly setting up the board and software notes Chapter 3 contains the general board diagram and layout Chapter 4 describes the component that is the heart of the board: the A13 Allwinner processor Chapter 5 is an explanation of the control circuitry associated with the microcontroller to reset. Also shows the clocks on the board Chapter 6 covers the connector pinout, peripherals and jumper description Chapter 7 provides the schematics Chapter 8 contains the revision history, useful links and support information
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CHAPTER 2: SETTING UP THE OLINUXINO BOARD


2. Introduction to the chapter
This section helps you set up the OLinuXino development board for the first time. Please consider first the electrostatic warning to avoid damaging the board, then discover the hardware and software required to operate the board. The procedure to power up the board is given, and a description of the default board behavior is detailed.

2.1 Electrostatic warning


OLinuXino is shipped in a protective anti-static package. The board must not be exposed to high electrostatic potentials. A grounding strap or similar protective device should be worn when handling the board. Avoid touching the component pins or any other metallic element.

2.2 Requirements
In order to set up the OLinuXino optimally, the following items are required: - 6V to 16V, 6W required (6V @ 1A or 16V @ 0.4A) for optimal power - LCD (preferably with touchscreen panel) display for the LCD_CON OR TV monitor with RGB port - A USB mouse if you use touchscreen LCD you might skip the mouse Additional items include: - USB keyboard for convenience with text input - USB-SERIAL-CABLE-F for serial communication with UART1 connector - USB-MINI-CABLE for connecting with the USB OTG and being able to firmware update ot power A13-OLinuXino - Wireless internet connectivity or USB modem for browser access and access to the Android market Some of the suggested items can be purchased by Olimex, for instance: SY0612E - power supply adapter 12V/0.5A for A13-OLinuXino USB-SERIAL-CABLE-F - USB serial console cable female USB-MINI-CABLE standard USB type A to USB type mini cable
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A 7'' LCD display with optional touch screen panel is available for purchase also: https://www.olimex.com/Products/OLinuXino/A13/A13-LCD7/ https://www.olimex.com/Products/OLinuXino/A13/A13-LCD7-TS/ Note that if you wish to use one of the LCD displays mentioned above you need to upload different Android image configured for 480x800 screen resolution.

2.3 Powering the board


There are three possible ways of powering A13-OLinuXino via external supply using the power jack, via a battery using the battery connector or via the USB OTG connector. Depending on your preferred way of powering A13-OLinuXino you might need additional hardware. The preferred way of powering board is via the PWR jack with 6Vdc to 16Vdc with a power of 6W (e.g. 6Vx1A to 16Vx0.4A). This will make the board fully powered and able to power all the peripherals connected to it. When powered by the typical 3.7V Lithium-polymer battery the board will be fully functional and you will be able to operate with most of the peripherals. However when using all three USB-A connectors and an LCD connected to the LCD_con it might cause flickering and not sufficient power. If you suspect the power is not enough for the peripherals you have connected use the PWR jack. The board can be also powered by the USB OTG connector (mini USB standard) but the voltage provided is not enough to power a possible LCD connected to the LCD_con. However, this power option is capable of driving the board when using external display connected to the VGA connector. If you have a standard LCD display connected to LCD_con, Android and WIFI running the typical consumption is between 150mA and 350mA depending on the current load. While the board is in stand-by mode it consumes a minimum of 60mA. All the three approximate values above were taken when I applied 12V to the board. Important! Avoid disconnecting the power supply while Android or Linux is running, since that might corrupt the operating system and you will need to install the OS again (for Android install instructions check chapter 2.6. Use the PWR_BUT before disconnecting the supply. If the board has entered power-down state you can bring it back without restart using the PWR_BUT. For the European customers we sell a power supply adapter 12V/0.5A SY0612E. We also sell USB OTG to USB type A cables if you lack such.
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2.4 Prebuilt software


The A13-OLinuXino-WIFI board comes with Android 4.0 ready to use. The default settings of the software are followed. Note that the A13-OLinuXino (standard version without WIFI) lacks NAND memory and there isn't OS uploaded on the shipped boards (no Android). How we have installed the software? We have configured an Android image with settings suitable for A13-OLinuXino. Then using LiveSuit tools we uploaded the image to the board. To activate A13 bootloader do as follows: run Livesuit, disconnect the power supply and USB cable, then press HOME button, apply power supply, attach USB cable and release the button, Livesuit will detect the bootloader and will ask which file to program to the NAND flash. The image will be available for users to try and tweak the settings. You can find and image with the view of the progress window in LiveSuit:

Download links to all available images (and tools needed) can be found at the A13-OLinuXino wiki page: https://www.olimex.com/wiki/A13-OLinuXino. Helpful information about the Android and Linux images can be found at the OLIMEX forums.

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2.5 Button functions in Android


The following buttons represent functions in the Android: PWR_BUT used to wake the board from stand-by HOME shows the home screen; note that HOME is also used to enter bootloader mode for firmware update ENTER to select a choice MENU brings up the main menu VOL+ increases the volume VOL- lowers the volume For more information on the button functions check the Android documentation. Note that RESET button will perform a hardware reset of the board, not controlled by the OS.

2.6 How we configured the Android image


This is a detailed explanation of how we got to tweak the Android image configuration files. It is worth mentioning that we used Ubuntu with Linux Kernel 3.2 for the steps below. 2.6.1. Getting the Android SDK tools Download the Android SDK tools for Linux from: http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html Note that you have to click Other platforms and get the one for Linux. Then you extract it: tar zxfv android-sdk_r20.0.3-linux.tgz Note that the above line would vary depending on the version you have downloaded (by the time of writing 20.0.3 was the latest one). 2.6.2. Adding information for the board in the Linux Create the following file: .../etc/udev/rules.d/70-android.rules and add the following line inside: SUBSYSTEM=="usb_device", SYSFS{idVendor}=="18d1", MODE="0666" then we save the file and change its properties with chmod +x 70-android.rules and reboot the computer.
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2.6.3. Installing the SDK tools Navigate to the folder where we extracted the tools (folder tools) in point 1 and start it: ./android From the check boxes select to install Android SDK Tools, Android SDK Platform Tools and Android 4.0 API (check the screenshot)

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2.6.4. Connecting the A13-OLinuXino Power the A13-OLINUXINO. Now connect the miniUSB to the board and wait a bit for the USB to enumerate. After the tools are installed we navigate to platform-tools folder located in the directory of the tools (where we extracted in point 1), then we enter: ./adb devices which will show us the list of the available devices. The output should would like: List of devices attached 20080411 device However if we get bash: ./adb: No such file or directory - we have to check if the ia32-libs are installed if not, we install them with: apt-get install ia32-libs If again the device is not listed we try to stop and run the server again with the following (we have to be logged as root!): cd /home/android-sdk/platform-tools/ ./adb kill-server ./adb start-server Exit the root and enter the shell of the device ./adb shell We then create mounting point for the NAND memory : mkdir /sdcard/nanda and finally we mount the NAND: mount -t vfat /dev/block/nanda /sdcard/nanda

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Note : NAND mounting should be performed every time the device is restarted! 2.6.5. Downloading the default config file and script tool Get the default 800x600 config file from: https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B7WHuNCASY8caVRlV29GdUVPX3M Open a new console (which will be used to edit the config file) - - then we download the following script: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B_DiNI-XElrMjQ4MmJhZGEtNmU1NS00MzllLWIzOWMtMzExODc5NTRkMGQ3/edit We save both of the above files (both should be in the same folder) Then we execute from the console : chmod +x script 2.6.6. Applying the script and uploading the confing After we have edited the file as we win we do: ./script A13_config_600x800.fex_ok and then we push it on the device path_to_android_sdk/android-sdk-linux/platform-tools/adb push A13_config_600x800.fexbin /sdcard/nanda/script.bin 2.6.7. Restarting the A13-OLinuXino We go to the shell of the A13-OLinuXino board and reboot

2.7 Configuration of hardware in the Debian image


Information on how to use the WIFI, Ethernet or GPIOs is available at the following web address: https://www.olimex.com/wiki/Configuration_of_hardware_in_the_debian_image

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CHAPTER 3: A13-OLINUXINO BOARD DESCRIPTION


3. Introduction to the chapter
Here you get acquainted with the main parts of the board. Note the names used on the board might differ from the names used below to describe them. For the actual names check the A13-OLinuXino board itself.

3.1 Layout (top view)

The picture above shows the initial revision of A13-OLinuXino. Note that the version of the board pictured does not have additional NAND memory nor WIFI module.

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CHAPTER 4: THE ALLWINNER A13 MICROCONTROLLER


4. Introduction to the chapter
In this chapter is located the information about the heart of OLinuXino its microcontroller. The information is a modified version of the datasheet provided by its manufacturers.

4.1 The microcontroller


CPU/GPU ARM Cortex-A8 Core 32KB D-Cache/ 32KB I-Cache 256KB L2 Cache Mali-400 3-D Engine VPU HD Video Decoding 1920*1080@30fps Support H.264, H.263, VC1, Mpeg1/2/4 Divx 3/4/5/6, Xvid, VP6/8, AVS etc HD Video Encoding Support encoding in H.264 format Up to 1920*1080 at 30fps DPU LCD Interfaces: CPU, RGB Memory DDR2/DDR3: Up to 533MHz 16 bits Data Bus Memory capacity up to 512MB MLC/TLC/SLC/EF-NAND 2 flash chips, ECC 64-bit Support NAND of 5xnm, 4xnm, 3xnm, 2xnm Support NADN of Samsung, Toshiba, Hynix Peripherals USB2.0 OTG, USB2.0 HOST (OHCI/EHCI
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SD Card V.3.0, eMMC V.4.2 SPI, TWI and UART integrated Audio Codec CSI R-TP Controller 4-wire resistive TP interface 2 points and gesture detection Boot Devices NAND Flash SPI Nor Flash SD Card USB Powerful Acceleration Graphic (3D, Mali400 MP) VPU (1080P APU E-Reader Ultra-low System Power Consumption 15~20% lower than competitors Smart Backlight: auto adjust backlight acc. to the image display Package eLQFP176 More information can be found on Allwinner's web site at the following web-address: http://www.allwinnertech.com/product/A13.html

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4.2 Block diagram


The block diagram is taken from Allwinner's datasheet.

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CHAPTER 5: CONTROL CIRCUITY


5. Introduction to the chapter
Here you can find information about reset circuit and quartz crystals locations, the power supply circuit is discussed.

5.1 Reset
The reset line is handled by the AXP209 (which is an enhanced single cell Li-battery and power system management IC that goes together with the Allwinner processor) and goes to processor pin 159 via R4(47k). The reset circuit is connected to button RESET, which means pressing RESET would perform a hardware reset on the board.

5.2 Clocks
24 MHz quartz crystal Q1 is connected to pins 91 and 92 of the A13 processor. 12 MHz quartz crystal Q2 is found at pins 6 and 7 of the GL850G (the USB controller). 32 768 kHz (RTC clock) quartz crystal Q3 is found connected to pins 1 and 2 of the RTC_MODULE (PCF8563T)

5.3 Power supply circuit


The power supply is handled mainly by AXP209 power management system, an Allwinner chip that goes together with the A13 processor. The power supply circuit of A13-OLinuXino allows flexible input supply from 6V to 16V. The minimum amperage suggested is 1A, and this threshold would rise if using all the three USB-HOSTs, a lot of GPIOs and LCD_con. The board can also be powered by 3.7V Li-Po battery retaining its functionality or by USB (limiting the use of peripherals. Important! Avoid disconnecting the power supply while Android or Linux is running, since that might corrupt the NAN memory (and the operating system files) and you will need to install the OS again (for Android install instructions check chapter 2.6. Hold the PWR_BUT and then navigate to shut down before disconnecting the supply.

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CHAPTER 6: CONNECTORS AND PINOUT


6. Introduction to the chapter
In this chapter are presented the connectors that can be found on the board all together with their pinout and notes about them. Jumpers functions are described. Notes and info on specific peripherals are presented. Notes regarding the interfaces are given.

6.1 Communication with the A13


The chip has a built-in bootloader so everything you need for debugging is an USB cable. However there is a second option which is the male UART1 connector capable of delivering some information on the COM port of your computer. You can use USB-SERIAL-CABLE-F with the UART1 interface allowing you to connect to an USB port.

6.1.1 USB communication The main way of communicating with the firmware of A13-OLinuXino is via the USB-OTG connector. You will also need a software tool LiveSuit and a newer firmware image if you wish to upgrade the firmware. The LiveSuit tool may be downloaded from the A13 wiki page. The simple steps for upgrading the firmware via the bootloader are: 1. Start LiveSuit 2. Disconnect power supply cable and USB cable from A13-OLinuXino 3. Hold Home button 4. Connect the board to the power supply and the computer via the USB-OTG 5. Release Home button 6. You will be asked for drivers, point the installer to the LiveSuit folder which contains drivers for the bootloader 7. Choose the image in the LiveSuit 8. Update and don't disconnect the board The three USB type A hosts are wired to a USB-controller GL850G which is an advanced version hub solution fully complying with Universal Serial Bus Specification Revision 2.0. GL850G has proven compatibility, lower power consumption figure and better cost structure above all USB2.0 hub solutions worldwide.

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6.1.2 UART1 interface The UART interface might be used for COM communication. You can use our USB-SERIALCABLE-F for debugging via the UART1 or UART0. Note that in both cases the connectors are named at the bottom of the board. Depending on the revision of the board it is possible to have 1xUART1 or 1xUART0 + 1xUART1. If having a board with 1xUART1 (board revision B, A13-OlinuXino-WIFI-DEV) the table with the signals can be found below:
UART1 Pin # 1 2 3 4 Signal Name 3.3V SDC0_SCK SDC0_DATA3 GND Processor Pin # 110 112 -

Consider the above table when connecting the USB-SERIAL-CABLE-F according to the wire color code. If having A13-OLinuXino with 1xUART0 and the table with the signals can be found below:
UART0 Pin # 1 2 3 4 Signal Name 3.3V SDC0_SCK SDC0_DATA3 GND Processor Pin # 110 112 Pin # 1 2 3 4 UART1 Signal Name 3.3V UART1_TX UART1_RX GND Processor Pin # 152 151 -

Consider the above table when connecting the USB-SERIAL-CABLE-F. Notice that UART0 data lines are multiplexed with the SD-CARD. Notice that UART1 data lines are multiplexed with the UART pins in the UEXT connector.
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6.2 SD/MMC slot


The microSD card slot is a standard 8pin connector. The SD card can be used for booting the operating system for A13-OLinuXino. It is suggested to have an SD card with a proper Linux/Android image especially if you have ordered a version of the board without NAND memory. We have tested a number of microSD cards on the OLinuXino boards and all of them worked fine regardless manufacturer or capacity. However, keep in mind that some of the lower quality microSD cards might draw too much current from the slot which might cause power-state problems. If you suspect the microSD card is causing problems please try using another one of better quality for better results.
microSD card connector Pin # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Signal Name DAT2/RES SDC0_DATA3 SDC0_CMD VDD SDC0_SCK VSS SDC0_DATA0 SDC0_DATA1 Processor Pin # 113 112 111 110 108 107

When removing the card, please make sure that you release it from the connector by pushing and NOT by pulling the card directly (this can damage both the connector and the microSD card).

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6.3 UEXT module


A13-OLinuXino has an UEXT connector and can connect with Olimex's UEXT modules. For more information on UEXT please visit: https://www.olimex.com/Products/Modules/UEXT/resources/UEXT.pdf
UEXT connector Pin # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Signal Name 3.3V GND UART1_TX UART1_RX TWI2_SCK TWI2_SDA SPI2_MISO SPI2_MOSI SPI2_CLK SPI2_CS0 Processor Pin # 152 151 161 160 117 116 115 114

The UEXT pinout is also printed at the bottom of the board under the connector. Notice that UART1 data lines are multiplexed with the UART pins in the UEXT connector.

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6.4 GPIO-1 (General Purpose Input/Output) 10pin connector


The GPIO connector numbers are printed at the bottom of the board for your convenience.
GPIO-1 Pin # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Signal Name 5V GND 3.3V GND RESET_N NMI_N PIN0 PIN3 PIN1 PIN2 Processor Pin # 159 158 -

PIN0, PIN1, PIN2 and PIN3 are connected to the power regulator module AXP209.

6.5 GPIO-2 (General Purpose Input/Output) 40pin connector


The GPIO pins are led out on a separate 40pin connecter. They allow the user to attach additional hardware, check readings or perform hardware debug. The GPIO-2 connector numbers are printed at the bottom of the board for your convenience.

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GPIO-2 connector GPIO Pin# Signal Name 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 5V 3.3V PIN4/TWI0-SCK PIN5/TWI0-SDA PIN6 PIN7 PIN8 PIN9 Processor pin# 101 102 103 150 104 10 GPIO Pin# 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 Signal Name GND GND PIN39/USBH_EN PIN38/VGA_DIS PIN37/LED1 PIN36 PIN35 PIN34 PIN33 PIN32 Processor pin# 14 13 12 125 124 123 122 121 Processor pin# 120 119 118 162 165 166 167 168 170 171

PIN10/TWI1-SCK 105 PIN11/TWI1-SDA 106 Processor pin# 8 7 6 3 2 1 176 175 174 172

GPIO Pin# Signal Name 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 PIN12/NWE PIN13/NALE PIN14/NCLE PIN15/NCE1 PIN16/NCE0 PIN17/NRE PIN18/NRB0 PIN19/NRB1 PIN20/NDQ0 PIN21/NDQ1

GPIO Pin# Signal Name 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 PIN31 PIN30 PIN29 PIN28/NDQS PIN27/NDQ7 PIN26/NDQ6 PIN25/NDQ5 PIN24/NDQ4 PIN23/NDQ3 PIN22/NDQ2

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6.6 LCD_CON 40pin connector


The LCD_CON pins are led out on a separate 40pin connecter for the ease of connecting an LCD. We have tested the ability of the board to interact with such a display. They allow the user to attach additional hardware, check readings or perform hardware debug. The LCD_CON connectors connector numbers are print at the bottom of the board for your convenience.

LCD_CON connector GPIO Pin# Signal Name Processor pin# 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 5 3.3 LCD_D18 LCD_D18 LCD_D20 LCD_D22 LCD_D10 LCD_D10 LCD_D12 LCD_D14 LCD_D2 LCD_D2 LCD_D4 LCD_D6 LCD_HSYNC 135 135 133 131 141 141 139 137 148 148 146 144 127 GPIO Pin# Signal Name Processor pin# 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 GND GND LCD_D18 LCD_D19 LCD_D21 LCD_D23 LCD_D10 LCD_D11 LCD_D13 LCD_D15 LCD_D2 LCD_D3 LCD_D5 LCD_D7 LCD_VSYNC 135 134 132 130 141 140 138 136 148 147 145 143 126

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31

LCD_CLK

129 Processor pin# 150 10 89 90

32

LCD_DE

128 Processor pin# 104 109 87 88

GPIO Pin# Name 33 35 37 39 PIN7 PIN9 TPX1 TPY1

GPIO Pin# Name 34 36 38 40 PIN8 PIN6/PWM0 TPX2 TPY2

6.7 PWR Jack


The power jack used is the typical 2.5mm one used by Olimex in most of our products. You should provide between 6 and 16 volts @ 1.5A maximum to the board.
Pin # 1 2 Signal Name Power Input GND

More info about the power supply can be found in chapter 5 of this manual

6.8 Headphones and microphone connector


Standard audio jack and phone jack are mounted for the audio interfacing.
Microphone/Audio out connector Pin# 2 3 5 SIGNAL NAME Processor Pin# 74 78 GND pins

L channel R channel HPCOM

The headphones resistance is 32 Ohms! The mic is connected to pins 84 and 85 of the A13 chip.

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6.9 Battery connector


When using the battery connector keep in mind that it is an energy solution that wouldn't be able to power the board and all the peripherals. The voltage of a 3.7V LIPO battery would be enough to power the processor and the memory but won't be enough to power external touchscreen LCD.
Pin # 1 2 Signal Name VBAT GND

The pins are also print at the bottom of the board under the connector.

6.7 VGA video connector


The female DB15 connector is used for video output on a monitor. At the moment the maximum achieved resolution is 800x600 due to limited maximum frequency and the lack of integrated video controller in the chip.

VGA connector GPIO Pin# 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 Signal Name VGA_R VGA_B GND GND GND Not Connected VGA_HSYNC Not Connected GPIO Pin# 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 VGA_G Not Connected GND GND GND Not Connected VGA_VSYNC Not Connected Signal Name

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6.8 Jumper description


Please note that all the jumpers on the board are SMD type. If you feel insecure of your soldering/cutting technique it is better not to try to adjust the jumpers. The only really important jumper on the board is CE_NAND_E, which needs to be closed if you have board variant with NAND flash memory but you wish to boot OS from SD card. 6.8.1 CE_NAND_E When cut this board disconnects the NAND flash. Note that it is not a requirement to boot from the SD card since the processor has a routine of detecting such. The default position is closed. 6.8.2 3.3V_OPTION, 1.5V_E Both jumpers provide a test pad during production and debugging checking the supply voltages. It is not recommended to change their default positions. The default positions are closed. 6.8.3 5V_E The jumper provide a test pad during production and debugging checking the supply voltages. It is not recommended to change its default position. It is also useful if you remove the whole battery part of the board. The default position is open. 6.8.4 HOST_EN, 5V_E_WIFI, WIFI-3.3V/5V_USB These jumper provide options to setup the WIFI module to work on 3.3V, and/or the USB host to work on 3.3V. It is strongly not recommended to change the default positions, since then they will be directly powered from source which might cause faults of USB devices when disconnecting them from the hub. Default positions are: HOST_EN open; 5V_E_WIFI open; WIFI-3.3V/5V_USB in 5V_USB position.

6.9 Additional hardware components


The components below are mounted on OLinuXino but are not discussed above. They are listed here for completeness:
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Reset button - used to reset the board 2 x 2Gb (512M x 8 bit) DDR3 SDRAM - the exact memory used in the first revisions of the board is hynix H5TQ2G83CFR-H9C 1 x 32Gb (4096M x 8 bit) NAND FLASH the exact memory is hynix H27UBG8BTR only present in A13-OLinuXino-WIFI LED1 + CHLED + PWR_LED GPIO LED + battery charger activity LED + power-on LED

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CHAPTER 7: SCHEMATICS
7. Introduction to the chapter
In this chapter are located the schematics describing logically and physically A13-OLinuXino.

7.1 Eagle schematic


OLinuXino schematic is visible only for reference here. You can also find it on the OLinuXino's GitHub repository: https://github.com/OLIMEX/OLINUXINO. They are located in HARDWARE section. You are allowed to view and edit the schematics as long you keep them free and you mention the source address (e.g. www.olimex.com). The EAGLE schematic is situated on the next page for quicker reference. Note that A13-OLinuXino-WIFI has all the components shown in the schematics. The stripped down version (A13-OLinuXino, without the -WIFI part) lacks two components: the NAND memory and the embedded WIFI module RTL8188CU. To reduce this document's size only one of the schematics is listed.

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A
3.3V 1.2V_CPU 1.2V_INT 1.5V

B
3.0VA U3
5 100 142 163 4 9 11 16 156 164 169 173 35 73 98 109 149 23 30 43 53 62 81 VCC1 VCC2 VCC3 VCC4 VDD1_CPU VDD2_CPU VDD3_CPU VDD4_CPU VDD5_CPU VDD6_CPU VDD7_CPU VDD8_CPU VDD1_INT VDD2_INT VDD3-INT VDD4_INT VDD5_INT VCC1_DRAM VCC2_DRAM VCC3_DRAM VCC4_DRAM VCC5_DRAM AVCC AGND GND X24MIN X24MOUT RESET_N NMI_N UBOOT VRP VRA1 VRA2 V33_USB UDP1 UDM1 UDP0 UDM0 VMIC MICIN1 V33_HP HPOUTL HPCOM HPOUTR HPBP

2 x [2Gb DDR3 SDRAM (256Mx8)]


DDR3_D0 DDR3_D1 DDR3_D2 DDR3_D3 DDR3_D4 DDR3_D5 DDR3_D6 DDR3_D7 DDR3_D8 DDR3_D9 DDR3_D10 DDR3_D11 DDR3_D12 DDR3_D13 DDR3_D14 DDR3_D15 DDR3_A0 DDR3_A1 DDR3_A2 DDR3_A3 DDR3_A4 DDR3_A5 DDR3_A6 DDR3_A7 DDR3_A8 DDR3_A9 DDR3_A10 DDR3_A11 DDR3_A12 DDR3_A13 DDR3_A14 DDR3_BA0 DDR3_BA1 DDR3_BA2 DDR3_CK DDR3_CK_N DDR3_CKE DDR3_RST DDR3_CAS DDR3_RAS DDR3_WE DDR3_DM0 DDR3_DM1 DDR3_DQS0 DDR3_DQS0_N DDR3_DQS1 DDR3_DQS1_N DDR3_ODT SVREF DZQ PD2/LCD_D2 PD3/LCD_D3 PD4/LCD_D4 PD5/LCD_D5 PD6/LCD_D6 PD7/LCD_D7 PD10/LCD_D10 PD11/LCD_D11 PD12/LCD_D12 PD13/LCD_D13 PD14/LCD_D14 PD15/LCD_D15 PD18/LCD_D18 PD19/LCD_D19 PD20/LCD_D20 PD21/LCD_D21 PD22/LCD_D22 PD23/LCD_D23 PD24/LCD_CLK PD25/LCD_DE PD26/LCD_HSYNC PD27/LCD_VSYNC PE0/CSI_PCLK/SPI2_CS0/EINT14 PE1/CSI_MCLK/SPI2_CLK/EINT15 PE2/CSI_HSYNC/SPI2_MOSI PE3/CSI_VSYNC/SPI2_MISO PE4/CSI_D0/SDC2_D0 PE5/CSI_D1/SDC2_D1 PE6/CSI_D2/SDC2_D2 PE7/CSI_D3/SDC2_D3 PE8/CSI_D4/SDC2_CMD PE9/CSI_D5/SDC2_CLK PE10/CSI_D6/UART1_TX PE11/CSI_D7/UART1_RX PF0/SDC0_D1/JTAG_TMS PF1/SDC0_D0/JTAG_TDI PF2/SDC0_CLK/UART0_TX PF3/SDC0_CMD/JTAG_TDO PF4/SDC0_D3/UART0_RX PF5/SDC0_D2/JTAG_TCK PG0/EINT0 PG1/EINT1 PG2/EINT2 PG3/UART1_TX/EINT3 PG4/UART1_RX/EINT4 PG9/SPI1_CS0/UART3_TX/EINT9 PG10/SPI1_CLK/UART3_RX/EINT10 PG11/SPI1_MOSI/UART3_CTS/EINT11 PG12/SPI1_MISO/UART3_RTS/EINT12 22 40 21 41 19 44 20 42 37 25 39 24 36 26 38 27 64 52 66 65 51 67 54 71 55 69 48 56 50 68 57 63 49 61 45 46 47 70 59 58 60 29 28 31 32 33 34 72 18 17 148 147 146 145 144 143 141 140 139 138 137 136 135 134 133 132 131 130 129 128 127 126 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 107 108 110 111 112 113 155 154 153 152 151 12 13 14 15

RM1G1 RM3G4 RM1G2 RM3G3 RM1G4 RM3G1 RM1G3 RM3G2 RM2G3 RM4G3 RM2G1 RM4G4 RM2G4 RM4G2 RM2G2 RM4G1 RM5G1 RM6G3 RM8G3 RM8G4 RM6G4 RM8G2 RM6G2 RM10G2 RM6G1 RM10G4 RM7G3 RM9G4 RM7G1 RM8G1 RM9G3 RM5G2 RM7G2 RM5G3 R87 R88 RM7G4 RM10G3 RM9G1 RM9G2 RM5G4 R92 R91 R93 R94 R89 R90 RM10G1 SVREF R13 RM13G1 RM13G2 RM13G3 RM13G4 RM14G1 RM14G2 RM14G3 RM14G4 RM15G1 RM15G2 RM15G3 RM15G4 RM17G1 RM17G2 RM17G3 RM17G4 RM18G1 RM18G2 RM18G3 RM18G4 RM19G1 RM19G2 RM20G2 RM20G1 RM19G4 RM19G3 RM22G4 RM22G3 RM22G2 RM22G1 RM21G4 RM21G3 RM21G2 RM21G1 RM11G4 RM11G3 RM11G2 RM11G1 RM20G4 RM20G3

RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R

D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15 A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 BA0 BA1 BA2 CLK CLKN CKE DDR3_RST CASN RASN WEN DQM0 DQM1 DQS0 DQS0_N DQS1 DQS1_N DDR3_ODT C37 100nF

1.5V
A2 A9 D7 G2 G8 K1 K9 M1 M9 B9 C1 E2 E9 B2 B8 C9 D1 D9 A1 A8 B1 D8 F2 F8 J1 J9 L1 L9 N1 N9 J8 E1 H8 A3 F1 F9

U1 H5TQ2G83CFR-H9C
VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 VDDQ A10/AP VDDQ A11 VDDQ A12/#BC VDDQ A13 A14 VSSQ VSSQ DQ0 VSSQ DQ1 VSSQ DQ2 VSSQ DQ3 DQ4 VSS DQ5 VSS DQ6 VSS DQ7 VSS VSS BA0 VSS BA1 VSS BA2 VSS CK VSS #CK VSS CKE VSS #RESET VSS #CAS #RAS VREFCA #WE VREFDQ #CS ZQ NF/#TDQS DM/TDQS NC #DQS NC DQS NC ODT
NC NC NC H1 H9 J7

1.5V A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 BA0 BA1 BA2 CLK CLKN CKE DDR3_RST CASN RASN WEN DQM0 DQS0_N DQS0 DDR3_ODT

1.5V
A2 A9 D7 G2 G8 K1 K9 M1 M9 B9 C1 E2 E9 B2 B8 C9 D1 D9 A1 A8 B1 D8 F2 F8 J1 J9 L1 L9 N1 N9 J8 E1 H8 A3 F1 F9

U2 H5TQ2G83CFR-H9C
VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD VDD A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 VDDQ A10/AP VDDQ A11 VDDQ A12/#BC VDDQ A13 A14 VSSQ VSSQ DQ0 VSSQ DQ1 VSSQ DQ2 VSSQ DQ3 DQ4 VSS DQ5 VSS DQ6 VSS DQ7 VSS VSS BA0 VSS BA1 VSS BA2 VSS CK VSS #CK VSS CKE VSS #RESET VSS #CAS #RAS VREFCA #WE VREFDQ #CS ZQ NF/#TDQS DM/TDQS NC #DQS NC DQS NC ODT
NC NC NC H1 H9 J7

RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R

K3 L7 L3 K2 L8 L2 M8 M2 N8 M3 H7 M7 K7 N3 N7 B3 C7 C2 C8 E3 E8 D2 E7 J2 K8 J3 F7 G7 G9 N2 G3 F3 H3 H2 A7 B7 D3 C3 G1

K3 L7 L3 K2 L8 L2 M8 M2 N8 M3 H7 M7 K7 N3 N7 B3 C7 C2 C8 E3 E8 D2 E7 J2 K8 J3 F7 G7 G9 N2 G3 F3 H3 H2 A7 B7 D3 C3 G1

A0 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 D15 D12 D13 D8 D11 D10 D9 D14 BA0 BA1 BA2 CLK CLKN CKE DDR3_RST CASN RASN WEN DQM1 DQS1_N DQS1 DDR3_ODT

10

R1

SVREF

R2

2k/1%

C10

C11

C3

C4

C6

C7

C8

C9

C5

100nF

100nF

10uF/6.3V

10uF/6.3V

10uF/6.3V

22uF/6.3V

22uF/6.3V

10uF/6.3V

10uF/6.3V

2k/1%

100nF

C2

100nF

C1

C12

C13

C14

C15

C17

C18

C23

C24

C19

C20

C21

C22

C16

100nF

22uF/6.3V

10uF/6.3V

100nF

10uF/6.3V

22uF/6.3V

100nF

100nF

100nF

100nF

100nF

100nF

100nF

C25

GND_PAD

CLK CLKN

C26 33pF C27 33pF 3.3V 3.3V C28 1uF D1 Q1


Q24.000MHz/HC-49SM /SM D/20ppm/20pF

RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R

92

1.5V

1N5819(S4SOD-123)

RA0805_(4X0402)_22R

2k/1%

C32 100nF C34 100nF R7 3.3V MIC 1 3-R 4 2-L 5-GND PJ-W47S-05D2-LF_V2
R A 0 80 5_ (4 X 040 2)_ 22R

C31 10uF/6.3V C33 1uF C35 10uF/6.3V C36 100nF R9 UDP1 UDM1 UDP0 UDM0

RA0805_(4X0402)_22R

80 83 82 97 96 95 94 93 85 84 76 74 77 78 75

100nF

C29 100nF R5

47k

RESET_N NMI_N UBOOT

159 158 157

RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R

C30

R4

47k

91

22R 22R

R6

NA

22uF/6.3V 79

R3

200k/1% R8 C53 2.2k 3.3nF

R11

22R 22R 22R 22R 22R 22R

1.5V
C45 100nF C40 100nF C41 C42 100nF C43 100nF C44 100nF C46

1.5V
100nF C48 100nF C49 100nF C50 100nF C51 C52

100nF C38

100nF C39

RA0805_(4X0402)_22R

10uF/6.3V

10uF/6.3V

RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R

C56 100nF 3.3V C57 100nF

R A 08 05 _(4X 04 02 )_ 22 R

RA 0 80 5_(4 X 0 40 2)_2 2R

RM16G1

RM16G2

RM16G3

HEADPHONES 1 3-R 4 2-L 5-GND PJ-W47S-05D2-LF_V2

C58 10uF/6.3V C59 100nF C60 1nF LRADC

86 89 90 87 88 99

LRADC TPX1 TPY1 TPX2 TPY2 NC PB0/TWI0-SCK PB1/TWI0-SDA PB2/PWM/SPI2_MOSI/EINT16 PB3/IR_TX/SPI2_MISO/EINT17 PB4/IR_RX/EINT18 PB10/SPI2_CS1/EINT24 PB15/TWI1_SCK PB16/TWI1_SDA PB17/TWI2_SCK PB18/TWI2_SDA PC0/NWE/SPI0_MOSI PC1/NALE/SPI0_MISO PC2/NCLE/SPI0_CLK PC3/NCE1/SPI0_CS0 PC4/NCE0 PC5/NRE PC6/NRB0/SDC2_CMD PC7/NRB1/SDC2_CLK PC8/NDQ0/SDC2_D0 PC9/NDQ1/SDC2_D1 PC10/NDQ2/SDC2_D2 PC11/NDQ3/SDC2_D3 PC12/NDQ4/SDC2_D4 PC13/NDQ5/SDC2_D5 PC14/NDQ6/SDC2_D6 PC15/NDQ7/SDC2_D7 PC19/NDQS

C62

C63

C64

100nF 100nF 100nF

C61 1nF TPX1 C65 1nF TPY1 C66 1nF TPX2 C67 1nF TPY2

U4
1 2 3 4 5 6 10 11 14 15 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 33 34 35 38 39 40 45 46 47 48 NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC

P IN 18/N R B 0

P IN 1 6/N CE 0

32Gb (4096M x 8bit) 29 PIN20/NDQ0 I/O0 30 PIN21/NDQ1 I/O1 31 PIN22/NDQ2 I/O2 32 PIN23/NDQ3 I/O3 41 PIN24/NDQ4 I/O4 42 PIN25/NDQ5 I/O5 43 PIN26/NDQ6 I/O6 44 PIN27/NDQ7
I/O7 R/#B #CE #WE #RE #WP 7 9 18 8 19

NAND Flash

3.3V 3.3V
PIN4/TWI0-SCK PIN5/TWI0-SDA

LCD_D2 LCD_D3 LCD_D4 LCD_D5 LCD_D6 LCD_D7 LCD_D10 LCD_D11 LCD_D12 LCD_D13 LCD_D14 LCD_D15 LCD_D18 LCD_D19 LCD_D20 LCD_D21 LCD_D22 LCD_D23 LCD_CLK LCD_DE LCD_HSYNC LCD_VSYNC SPI2_CS0 SPI2_CLK SPI2_MOSI SPI2_MISO PIN29 PIN30 PIN31 PIN32 PIN33 PIN34 PIN35 PIN36 SDC0_DATA1 SDC0_DATA0 SDC0_SCK SDC0_CMD SDC0_DATA3 SDC0_DATA2
SD0CARD-DET ECT

GPIO EXTENSION
3.3V +5V RESET_N PIN0 PIN1
1 3 5 7 9 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 2 GPIO-1 4 6 NMI_N PIN3 8 10 PIN2

2k/1%

2.2k C54

C55

100nF

240R/1%

LCD EXTENSION 7
3.3V +5V LCD_CON
1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39
5.0V 3.3V GND 2 GND 4

BH10S +5V 3.3V PIN4/TWI0-SCK PIN5/TWI0-SDA PIN6/PWM0 PIN7 PIN8 PIN9 PIN10/TWI1-SCK PIN11/TWI1-SDA PIN12/NWE PIN13/NALE PIN14/NCLE PIN15/NCE1 PIN16/NCE0 PIN17/NRE PIN18/NRB0 PIN19/NRB1 PIN20/NDQ0 PIN21/NDQ1
2 GPIO-2 4 6 PIN39/USBH_EN 8 PIN38/VGA_DIS 10 PIN37/LED1 12 PIN36 14 PIN35 16 PIN34 18 PIN33 20 PIN32 22 PIN31 24 PIN30 26 PIN29 PIN28/NDQS 28 30 PIN27/NDQ7 PIN26/NDQ6 32 34 PIN25/NDQ5 PIN24/NDQ4 36 38 PIN23/NDQ3 PIN22/NDQ2 40

LCD_D18 LCD_D20 LCD_D22 LCD_D10 LCD_D12 LCD_D14 LCD_D2 LCD_D4 LCD_D6


LCD_HSYNC

RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R

PIN6/PWM0 PIN7 PIN8 PIN9 TWI2_SCK TWI2_SDA

PIN10/TWI1-SCK PIN11/TWI1-SDA

PIN18/NRB0 PIN16/NCE0 PIN12/NWE PIN17/NRE PIN13/NALE PIN14/NCLE 3.3V

101 102 103 150 104 10 105 106 161 160 8 7 6 3 2 1 176 175 174 172 171 170 168 167 166 165 162

R0 R2 R4 R6 G0 G2 G4 G6 B0 B2 B4 B6
CLK L/R X1 Y1

R1 R3 R5 R7 G1 G3 G5 G7 B1 B3 B5 B7
DE
U/D

H SYNC VSYNC

LCD_CLK PIN7 PIN0 TPX1 TPY1

PWRE BKL

X2 Y2

6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40

LCD_D19 LCD_D21 LCD_D23 LCD_D11 LCD_D13 LCD_D15 LCD_D3 LCD_D5 LCD_D7


LCD_VSYNC

10k

10k

22uF/6.3V

22uF/ 6.3V

R10 240R/1%

R12 240R/1%

100nF C47

LCD_DE PIN8 PIN6/PWM0 TPX2 TPY2

R14

R97

3.3V

PIN12/NWE PIN13/NALE PIN14/NCLE PIN15/NCE1


PIN16/NCE0

RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R RA0805_(4X0402)_22R

BH40S

BH40S

#C E_ N AND _E

17 ALE 16 CLE

PIN17/NRE

Close

C70

C71

12 VCC 37 VCC

100nF

22uF /6. 3V

VSS VSS

36 13

PIN18/NRB0 PIN19/NRB1 PIN20/NDQ0 PIN21/NDQ1 PIN22/NDQ2 PIN23/NDQ3 PIN24/NDQ4 PIN25/NDQ5 PIN26/NDQ6 PIN27/NDQ7 PIN28/NDQS

UART
3.3V UART 0-T X UART 0-RX GND NA(HN1X4) 3.3V UART 1-T X UART 1-RX GND

SD0CARD-DETECT USB0-VBUSDET USB0-IDDET R17 UART1_TX UART1_RX PIN37/LED1 PIN38/VGA_DIS PIN39/USBH_EN USB0-DRV

47k

3.3V

1 UART0 2 SDC0_SCK 3 SDC0_DAT A3 4 1 UART1 2 UART 1_T X 3 UART 1_RX 4


NA(HN1X4)

3.3V

3.3V
SDC0_CMD R18 10k RM12G4 SD0CARD-DETECT
RA1206_(4X0603)_4B8_100K

MicroSD
R15 NA(1M) RM12G2 SDC0_DATA0 RM12G3 SDC0_DATA1 RM12G1 SDC0_DATA2 R96 10k
2 3 6 C69 22uF/6.3V 4 SDC0_SCK 5 SDC0_DATA0 7 SDC0_DATA1 8 SDC0_DATA2 1 L1 10 CL470nH/0805/1.76R/250mA 12
SDC0_DATA3 SDC0_CMD

SD
CD/DAT3/CS CMD/DI VSS VDD CLK/SCLK DAT0/DO DAT1/RES DAT2/RES

R16

10k

C68

22uF/6.3V

3.3V

C72

100nF

RA1206_(4X0603)_4B8_100K

H27UBG8T2BTR

A13 3.3V BAT


R43 LCD_DE PIN38/VGA_DIS R44 51R NA
G

POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT


R23 C73 10uF/6.3V 5VEXT C74 240R/1% IPSOUT U9
37 34 35 32 33 31 VSS 3 5 18 19 TS IPSOUT IPSOUT ACIN ACIN VBUS GND_PAD GPIO3 GPIO2 GPIO1 GPIO0/LDO CHGLED BACKUP VINT BIAS AGND VREF APS EXTEN PWRON LDO24IN LDO1 LDO2 LDO3 LDO3IN LDO4 4 6 48 2 1 N_OE N_VBUSEN IRQ/WAKEUP SCK SDA PWROK LDO1SET DC3SET Mu s t b e F loating !!! BAT BAT BATSENSE CHSENSE LX1 PGND1 VIN1 LX2 DCDC2 PGND2 VIN2 LX3 DCDC3 PGND3 VIN3 38 39 42 43 45

U5A
R19 1.1k/1% LCD_D18 LCD_D19

SN74ALVC244

U6A R20 R24 D2


17.8k/1% 8.66k/1% LCD_D10 LCD_D11

SN74ALVC244

U7A R21 R25 D3


17.8k/1% 8.66k/1% LCD_D2 LCD_D3

VGA_R VGA_G
SN74ALVC244

MICRO_SD+CP

FET4 BSS138

2 4 6 8 1 11 13 15 17 19

A1 A2 A3 A4 G

Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4

18 16 14 12

2 4 6 8 1 11 13 15 17 19

A1 A2 A3 A4 G

Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4

18 16 14 12

2 4 6 8

A1 A2 A3 A4 G

Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4

18 16 14 12

VGA_CTRL

VGA_CTRL

VGA_CTRL 1

R22 R26 D4 BAT54S R30 R33 R37 R40 3.3V +5V D5 BAT54S

17.8k/1% 8.66k/1%

VGA
VGA_B
VGA_DB15-F_1 VGA_DB15-F_2 VGA_DB15-F_3 VGA_DB15-F_13 VGA_DB15-F_14 VGA_DB15-F_5 VGA_DB15-F_6 VGA_DB15-F_7 VGA_DB15-F_8 VGA_DB15-F_10

R27 L2 C78
10uF/6.3V

U5B
0.03R/1% LCD_D20 LCD_D21 LCD_D22 LCD_D23

SN74ALVC244

R34

1R

C75 1uF C76


10uF/6.3V

P11

10uF/6.3V +5V_OTG_PWR R41 1R C79 10uF/6.3V PIN3 PIN2 PIN1 PIN0

2.2uH/1.5A/DCR<0.1R/CD32

46 44 IPSOUT 8 10 9 7 15 17 16 14 13 28 12 41 40

C77
10uF/6.3V

A1 A2 A3 A4 G

Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4

9 7 5 3

BAT54S R28 R31 R35 R38 3.3V

3.3V
4.32k/1% 2.2k/1% 1.05k/1% 549R/1% LCD_D12 LCD_D13 LCD_D14 LCD_D15

U6B
A1 A2 A3 A4 G 10 GND

SN74ALVC244

Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4

9 7 5 3

1V2/1.6A IPSOUT 1V2/1.2A IPSOUT

L3 C85 10uF/6.3V L4 C88 10uF/6.3V C83

P2 1.2V_CPU C84
1nF

R42 NA

100nF C80

10 GND

20 VCC

U5PWR

FET1 BSS138
D S

+5V

2.2uH/1.5A/DCR<0.1R/CD32

10uF/6.3V

P10 C86

LCD_VSYNC R98

100nF C81 R101 1.1k/1% 51R LCD_HSYNC R99

20 U6PWR VCC

3.3V BAT54S R29 4.32k/1% R32 2.2k/1% R36 1.05k/1% R39 549R/1% 3.3V +5V FET2 BSS138
D S

U7B
LCD_D4 LCD_D5 LCD_D6 LCD_D7

SN74ALVC244

3.3V
4.32k/1% 2.2k/1% 1.05k/1% 549R/1%

11 13 15 17 19

A1 A2 A3 A4 G

Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4

9 7 5 3

+5V D6 BAT54S

R100 1.1k/1%

100nF C82

10 GND

20 U7PWR VCC

51R

VGA_HSYNC VGA_VSYNC L5 L6
1 0 0 u F /1 6 V / L O W E S R /1 0 5 C / 6 .3 x 1 1 m m _ R M 2 .5

1.2V_INT

IPSOUT
LED/YELLOW/0603

GND

30 26 23 22 24

PIN37/LED1
PIN39/USBH_EN

USB

CHGLED

R45 2.2k VINT

36

2.2uH/1.5A/DCR<0.1R/CD32

C87

LED
LED1
LED/GREEN/0603

+5V

3.3V

R47
1

10k
2

U8
5 4 IN EN

SY6280
OUT ISET 1 3

10uF/6.3V 1nF

HOST_EN Open

USB-HOSTs
C91

FB0805/600R/2A

USB_HOST1
1 2 3 4

JTAG 3.3V TDI TMS TCK TDO GND


1 2 3 4 5 6
NA(HN1X6)

3.3V

JTAG

FB0805/600R/2A

C89 1uF R46

200k/1%

C99

R49 2.2k

R53 C103 1nF

2.2k
47

USB

R62

C113

C115

100nF

100nF

100nF

GND

USB

22uF/6.3V

4.99k/1%

22uF/6.3V

22uF/6.3V

R67

470uF/25V/LOWESR/105C

+ C126

R70
C127

47k 7
8 4

C128 C129

R72

2.2k

PWR YDJ-1136
D8

SMBJ16A

3.3nF R73 2.2k

+C143

IN BS EN SW SS FB GND COMP

1 C123 3 5 6 C124

Ra R71 Rb 4.99k/1% R74 1.05k/1%

Q2
Q12.000MHz/HC-49SM/SMD/20ppm/20pF

22uF/6.3V

100nF

22uF/6.3V

P0

MP1482DS Vout=0.923x(1+Ra/Rb)

1N5822/SS34/SMA
G S D

Notes: =====
1. PWREN1# is the only powerenable output for GANG mode; 2. OVCUR1# is the only over current flag for GANG mode;

15

NA

GND

TEST

14

WIFI-3V3

D7

C125 33pF

X2

X2

#OVCUR1 #OVCUR2

21 19

5V_E_WIFI Open

NA(HN1X4)

C118

C141

6-16VDC

U13

L13 10nF 10uH/3.15A/20%

5VEXT

P8

5V_E Open

+5V P5

C120 33pF

X1

RREF #PWREN1 #PWREN2 X1

R69
100k/1%

C122 +5V
1

100nF

USB-OTG L12

USB-OTG
C130 10pF
Q3 32768Hz/6pF
GND

FB0805/600R/200mA(201209-601)

100uF/16V/LOWESR/105C/6.3x11mm_RM2.5

3. Gang mode means that power WIFI-3.3V/5V_USB management affects whole 4 ports as a group; 4. Individual power management, i.e. individual mode is not supported on SSOP28 package!

VDD_RTC
8

GND_PIN P9 BAT P4 LIPO_BAT


C135

PWR_LED
LED/RED/0603

FET3 IRLML6402

GL850G-HHGXX

RTC_MODULE
VDD VSS #INT 4 3 OSCI OSCO SCL SDA CLKOUT 1 2 6 5 7

2.2uH/1.5A/DCR<0.1R/CD32

L14

IPSOUT
C136
5
EXTEN

D9 1N5822/SS34/SMA
C132 C133
1 6 3

3.3V P6 IPSOUT EXTEN


4 1 2

U15
IN EN GND LX FB

2.2uH/1.5A/DCR<0.1R/CD32

L15

LRADC

R76

100k/1% R80 0.39V


T 1107A(6x 3.8x2.5m m )

C137

T 1107A(6x 3.8x2.5m m )

T 1107A(6x 3.8x2.5m m )

22uF/6.3V

22uF/6.3V

22uF/6.3V

22uF/6.3V

DW02R
LI-ION_BATTERY

4 2

C134
100k/1%

EN GND

NC FB

47pF

+C142

LX

T 1107A(6x 3.8x 2.5m m )

22uF/6.3V

22uF/6.3V

SY7208(SOT23-6)

R85 1.1k/1%

NA

SY8008C(AA)C R86
22k/1%

6.8k/1% SW1 C139 1nF VOL+

8.2k/1% SW2 VOL-

10k/1% SW3 MENU

11k/1% SW4 ENTER

T 1107A(6x 3.8x 2.5m m )

IN

C138

U16

R78 8.2k/1%

R84

+1

3 5

3.3V_E
1

3.0VA

Close

R79 0.19V

R81 0.60V

R82 0.80V

Buttons
R83 0.98V UBOOT 13k/1% SW5 HOME

C131 100nF NMI_N

PIN10/TWI1-SCK PIN11/TWI1-SDA

2.2k R75 R77 2.2k 3.3V

GND3 GND4

P7

3.3k/1%

R66

680R/1%

22 20

C121

C119 100nF

C140 22uF

R65

10uF/6.3V

Iset = 6800/R68 R68 13k/1% Iset = 523mA

100nF

3.3V

SY8008C(AA)C

#OVCUR1

1 2 3 4

VCC DM DP GND

100nF

ISET

C117

VINT

22pF

WIFI

200k/1%

R61 2.2k

AXP209(QFN48)

C114

100nF

FB

C116

EN GND

Close

10uF/6.3V

5V tolerant input

DM3 DP3 DM4 DP4

FB0805/600R/2A

11 12

R63

NA(10k)

5 4

IN EN

OUT

1 3

R64 47k

+5V_OTG_PWR UDM0 UDP0 USB0-IDDET

VBUS DD+ ID GND

GND1 GND2

R58

R60 2.2k

USB0-DRV NMI_N PIN4/TWI0-SCK PIN5/TWI0-SDA

C108

C110

C111

27 29

IPSOUT 3.0VA

IN

LX

C112

U10

2.2uH/1.5A/DCR<0.1R/CD32

1.5V_E

DM2 DP2

R59 2.2k

T1107A(6x3.8x2.5mm )

25

RESET_N

L10

1.5V P1

FB0805/600R/2A

1 5 10

AVDD AVDD AVDD

DM1 DP1

1 0 0 u F /1 6 V /L O W E S R / 1 0 5 C /6 . 3 x 1 1 m m _ R M 2 . 5

11 3V3/200mA

NA(5.1k)

RESET

3.3V

16

L9

DVDD

27 28 2 3 8 9

C104 1uF

FB0805/600R/2A

C107 +5V

C105 100nF

SHIELD

UART1_TX TWI2_SCK SPI2_MISO SPI2_CLK

UART1_RX TWI2_SDA SPI2_MOSI SPI2_CS0

USB_A_VERTICAL

BH10S

C109

USB0-DRV USB0-VBUSDET U12 SY6280

L11

USB_OTG

R51

IPSOUT

C102 10uF/6.3V 2 3.3V_OPTION Open C106 NA(10uF/6.3V)

R54 R56

47k 10k

24 18 17

V33 PGANG PSELF #RESET

USB_A_VERTICAL

13

R55 R57

10k
NA(47k)

L8

USB_HOST3
1 2 3 4

UEXT
1 3 5 7 9 2 4 6 8 10

R50 2.2k

T1107A(6x3.8x2.5mm )

EXTEN

20

3V3/200mA WIFI-3V3

C100 10uF/6.3V

R52 2.2k

C98 10uF/6.3V C101 100nF

V5

DM0 DP0

SHIELD

47k

23

25 26

+5V

1 0 0 u F /1 6 V / L O W E S R /1 0 5 C / 6 .3 x 1 1 m m _ R M 2 .5

C95 10uF/6.3V PWR_BUT

IPSOUT

21

3V/200mA VPP

C96 10uF/6.3V

3.0VA

FB0805/600R/2A

USB

C94 1uF

3V3/30mA VDD_RTC

C92 C93 10uF/6.3V P3 10uF/6.3V

R95 NA

R48 6.8k/1%

Iset = 6800/R48 Iset = 1000mA UDM1 UDP1

C90 100nF L7 C97 100nF

SHIELD

USB_A_VERT ICAL

RESET_N

SDC0_DATA0 SDC0_DATA1 SDC0_DATA2 SDC0_CMD RESET_N

USB_HOST2
1 2 3 4

+5V U11

3.3V

UEXT

3.3V

U14
GND

PCF8563T/5

GND_ITX

A13-OLinuXino_Rev_C
not saved!

Sheet: 1/1 G

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7.2 Physical dimensions


Note that all dimensions are in mils.

The three highest elements on the board in order from the tallest to the shortest are: capacitor C126 650mils, the three USB hosts 500mils, the VGA connector - 475mils

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CHAPTER 8: REVISION HISTORY AND SUPPORT


8. Introduction to the chapter
In this chapter you will find the current and the previous version of the document you are reading. Also the web-page for your device is listed. Be sure to check it after a purchase for the latest available updates and examples.

8.1 Document revision

Revision

Changes

Modified Page#

A, 19.09.12

Initial Creation

All

B, 21.09.12

Page 9 - Fixed several errors in voltage requirements and power consumption

C, 24.09.12

Pages 8, 9 Fixed a typo of the wattage required Page 11 - Added info how to change the configuration of the Android image

8, 9, 11

D, 26.09.12

Pages 9, 19 added important note about powering down Pages 13, 14 changed the default config file

9, 13, 14, 19

Continues on the next page

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Continued from the previous page

Revision

Changes

Modified Page#

E, 31.10.12

Pages 9, 10, 37 added info about Android images Page 29 fixed erroneous information about CE_NAND_E Various pages made it clear that the standard version lacks NAND and WIFI

9, 10, 29, 37

F, 21.03.13

Pages 9, 19 - added info about LiveSuit and cleared the instructions Page 29 fixed erroneous memory descriptions Pages 20, 22 added some multiplexing notes for clarity Pages 33, 34- updated board revisions Various pages- updated several links

9, 19, 20, 22, 29 33, 34

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8.2 Board revision


Remember to check the schematics and the board design files to compare the differences.

Revision

Notable Changes

Initial release of the board

1. Fixed the VGA problem with development edition; 2. changed UART1 to UART0 and added new UART1; 3. added SMD jumper to be able to disable CS if you wish to boot from SD card in future; 4. JTAG signals are on led to pads; 5. added test pads for the voltage of all regulators; 6. moved couple of elements for better distance between each other

1. Removed resistor matrices, except the ones near DDR3 memories to lower fault rates 2. Added header NA(HN1X2) so you can power only the RTC from external battery 3. BAT54C is added to allow RTC powering either from VDD_RTC or 3.0V_BAT

1. Added BAT54C after Rx to UART1 connector 2. Added 100k pull-up resistor on the RX line 3. Changed wrong prints of the revision and the Olimex web-site 4. Some libraries updated and some component prints removed due to space restrictions

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8.3 Useful web links and purchase codes


The web page you can visit for more info on your device is https://www.olimex.com/Products/OLinuXino/A13/A13-OLinuXino-WIFI/. A place for general questions, FAQ or friendly talk check our forums: https://www.olimex.com/forum/ Links to some of the ready images are available in the wiki: https://www.olimex.com/wiki/A13OLinuXino You can get the latest updates on the software at: https://github.com/OLIMEX/OLINUXINO. ORDER CODES: A13-OLinuXino-WIFI the full version of A13-OLinuXino with added NAND memory (Android image) and MOD-WIFI_RTL8188 A13-OLinuXino the lite version of A13-OLinuXino with no external NAND and no embedded internet interface USB-SERIAL-CABLE-F - USB serial console cable for connecting to UART1 SY0612E - power supply adapter 12V/0.5A for A13-OLinuXino and A13-OLinuXino-WIFI BATTERY-LIPO1400mAh battery capable of powering A13-OLinuXino-WIFI for a couple of hours (4+ hours standby with WiFi on) How to order? You can order directly from our online shop or from any of our distributors. The list of distributors is found here: https://www.olimex.com/Distributors/. Check https://www.olimex.com/ for more info.

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8.4 Product support


For product support, hardware information and error reports mail to: support@olimex.com. Note that we are primarily a hardware company and our software support is limited. Please consider reading the paragraph below about the warranty of Olimex products.
Warranty and returns: Our boards have lifetime warranty against manufacturing defects and components. During development work it is not unlikely that you can burn your programmer or development board. This is normal, we also do development work and we have damaged A LOT of programmers and boards during our daily job so we know how it works. If our board/programmer has worked fine then stopped, please check if you didn't apply over voltage by mistake, or shorted something in your target board where the programmer was connected etc. Sometimes boards might get damaged by ESD shock voltage or if you spill coffee on them during your work when they are powered. Please note that warrany do not cover problems caused by unproper use, shorts, over-voltages, ESD shock etc. If the board has warranty label it should be not broken. Broken labels void the warranty, same applies for boards modified by the customer, for instance soldering additional components or removing components - such boards will be not be a subject of our warranty. If you are positive that the problem is due to manufacturing defect or component you can return the board back to us for inspection. When we receive the board we will check and if the problem is caused due to our fault and we will repair/replace the faulty hardware free of charge, otherwise we can quote price of the repair. Note that all shippings back and forth have to be covered by the customer. Before you ship anything back you need to ask for RMA. When you ship back please attach to it your shipping address, phone, e-mail, RMA# and brief description of the problem. All boards should be sent back in antistatic package and well packed to prevent damages during the transport.

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