ODROID-M1 with 4GByte RAM (with 12V 2Amp Power Adapter)

Product Code: BRD-ODR-M1-4GB
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ODROID-M1 with 4GB RAM (wi...

ODROID-M1 with 4GB RAM (with 12V 2Amp Power Adapter)

The ODROID-M1 is a single board computer with a wide range of useful peripherals developed for use in a variety of embedded system applications. To achieve this goal, we have developed various hardware accessories and device driver software over the past 10 months. In addition, RK3568B2, the core brain of ODROID-M1, is considered suitable for embedded application use as the SoC manufacturer (Rockchip) guarantees supply for the next 15 years. Therefore, we expect we can supply the ODROID-M1 boards to our important B2B customers until the year 2036 or beyond.

Note that RK3568B2 is a slightly modified version of the RK3568 to overcome the IC supply chain problem these days. The previous RK3568 metal-can type packaging lead time is much longer than the more common plastic package of the RK3568B2.

Let’s take a look at the main features and peripherals of ODROID-M1.

ARockchip RK3568B2 CPUN1 x Mono Speaker Output (1.3W at 8Ω load)
BLPDDR4 RAMO1 x SPI recovery Switch
C1 x Micro USB2.0 Device onlyP1 x SPI Flash 16MiB
D1 x RJ45 Ethernet Port (10/100/1000)Q1 x eMMC Module Socket
E1 x HDMI 2.0 R1 x IR Receiver
F2 x USB 2.0S1 x RTC Backup Battery Holder
G2 x USB 3.0T1 x Reset jumper
1 x Power jumper
H1 x DC Power JackU1 x Micro SD Slot
I1 x M.2 NVMe M-Key PCIe3.0 2-LaneV1 x SATA3
J40 x GPIO PinsW1 x SATA Power (5volt only)
K1 x MIPI CSI 2LaneX1 x UART for System Console
L1 x MIPI DSI 4LaneY2 x System LED Indicators
M1 x 3.5mm Headphone JackZ1 x M.2 LED Indicator

The CPU has four ARM Cortex-A55 processors with low power consumption and high efficiency operation at 2Ghz. The CPU and GPU performance is quite similar to our ODROID-C4.

A larger 8GB of LPDDR4 DRAM Memory is available while there is also a 4GB model for reduced cost.

Petitboot pre-installed into the on-board 16MiB of SPI-Flash Memory helps manage various OS and kernel versions easily and supports booting from microSD, eMMC, NVMe, SATA, and USB storage devices. In addition, since on-line OS installation using a network is possible, the cumbersome procedure of downloading and flashing an OS image is dramatically reduced.

A standard size 22mm x 80mm M.2 NVMe storage device can be directly installed on the ODROID-M1 board. The M.2 connector has PCIe 3.0 2-lane configuration which can deliver a blazing fast 1600MB/sec of sequential access performance. Note that M.2 SATA storage devices can not be used. The M.2 slot supports only a PCIe interface (M-Key).

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