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MINI6045 PROCESSOR CARD - 

ARM9 BASED MODULE BOARD, AT9145

MINI6045 PROCESSOR CARD - ARM9 BASED MODULE BOARD, AT9145

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Manufacturer:
EMBEST EMBEST
Manufacturer Part No:
MINI6045 PROCESSOR CARD
Newark Part No.:
08W3730
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Overview

The MINI6045 PROCESSOR CARD is a ready to use ARM embedded controller board based on 400MHz Atmel AT91SAM9G45 ARM 926EJ-S microcontroller. The AT91SAM9G45 is designed to provide a high performance processor solution with a high flexibility. The ARM926EJ-S based AT91SAM9G45 features the frequently demanded combination of user interface functionality and high data rate connectivity and supports the latest generation of DDR2 and NAND flash memory interfaces for program and data storage. The MINI6045 processor card has external 256MB DDR2 SDRAM, 256MB nand flash, 4MB data flash, 2Kbit EEPROM on board and is capable of running Linux 2.6.30 open source operating system. The processor card can be plugged in expansion board through two 2.00mm space 80 pin connectors which contain I/O and all hardware interfaces. The fully expansion can be used adapted to customer requirements.
  • Supports for Linux 2.6.30 and WinCE 6.0 operating systems
  • Precise RTC (extended through DS3231SN)
  • Watchdog timer, supported with the microprocessor
  • 40 pin LCD interface with 4 wire resistive touch screen interface (24bit colour LCD)
  • LVDS interface (Supports 8bit LCD resolution up to 1280*860)
  • TF card slot
  • 10/100 Ethernet interface
  • High speed USB OTG 2.0 port (480Mps)
  • Power indicator
  • System working status indicator

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Product Information

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Atmel
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ARM
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ARM926
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SAM9G
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AT91SAM9xxx
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SBC6045 Expansion board
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Board only
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Electrical parameters

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Need to know the voltages required by the mini6045 processor card, the amount of current used by each of these voltages and some idea of how the board is powered. For our application there are some functions that we do not need and will like to power them down for better use of our battery.
Is there an electrical spec for this part?

Thanks for the help.
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This board uses standard DC Power supply of +5V

for other specification and about using the board, please refer to below product page:
http://www.embedinfo.com/english/Product/mini6045.asp
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I ask what voltage and current is needed by the Mini6045. Only got the voltage answer so I still do not know how to power the board. Please let me know what voltage and current are needed to power this board. Plus since 5 volt source is not used by the Arm processor, then who needs the +5V.
Thank you for the help.

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Mini6045 board can be powered in standalone by supplying +5V @ 200mA nominal current rating to 'VDD5V' pin of the 80-pin socket and +3.3V to 'VSBAT' pin of the 80-pin socket (VSBAT current is very low it is in uA to mA level)

ARM processor need 3.3V IO voltage and 1V core voltage and DDR need 1.8V voltage. The external 5V power supply provided to the board is used to generate these sub-voltages needed to the system.
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