NanoPi Fire 2 (Quad Core A9 ARM, 1GB RAM, Gigabit Ethernet)

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Quite nice little ARM quad-core board with an A9 cpu. It even features a Gigabit ethernet port, an USB, an LCD port and an HDMI port.
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LINNANPIFI2
45,00 € 37,50 €

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....NanoPi 2 Fire Quick Start:..

Before play with your NanoPi2 Fire please get the following items ready

  • NanoPi 2 Fire
  • microSD Card/TFCard: Class 10 or Above, minimum 8GB SDHC
  • microUSB power. A 5V/2A power is a must

 

1. To ease the process of making a TF card we recommend users to use the win32diskimager utility under Windows.

2. Please download the image files from
http://wiki.friendlyarm.com/wiki/index.php/NanoPi_2_Fire

3. Please uncompress these files. Insert an SD card(at least 4G) to a Windows PC, run the win32diskimager utility as administrator,On the utility's main window select your SD card's drive and the image files and click on "write" to start flashing the SD card.

 

4. Please insert this card to your NanoPi2 Fire and power on (with a 5V/2A power source). If the blue LED and green LED are blinking this indicates your NanoPi2 Fire is successfully booted.

 

...x#FAQ....

Q1: Where to download image files?

 

The NanoPi 2 Fire has a wiki site which has all the necessary information and details about everything. Its link is :http://wiki.friendlyarm.com/NanoPi2Fire

After the board is powered on the blue LED is not on

 

  • The power is not enough or instable. A 5V/2A power is a must
  • The TF card is not a high speed one. Please use an 8G (or above) microSD Card/TFCard, Class 10 (or Above).
  • Please try our latest image files
  • Please contact our techsupport at techsupport@friendlyarm.com

After the board is powered on the blue LED is on but not blinking

  • The power is not enough or instable. A 5V/2A power is a must
  • The TF card is not a high speed one. Please use an 8G (or above) microSD Card/TFCard, Class 10 (or Above).
  • Please try our latest image files

When the board doesn’t connect any display device it can boot normally and output system messages to the serial port. However when it connects an LCD the LCD doesn’t display anything or reboots frequently before it fully loads an OS.

  • The power is not enough or instable. A 5V/2A power is a must (we recommend users to use FriendlyARM’s USB cable)
  • Please check whetherthe FPC cable is properly connected or whether it is broken or not
  • Please connect the board to a PC via a serial cable and check whether the LCD is recognized by the board.

When the board doesn’t connect an LCD it can boot normally and output system messages to the serial port. However when it connects an HDMI monitor the monitor doesn’t display anything.

  • Please use a monitor which has an HDMI interface
  • Please connect your board to a PC via a serial cable and check whether there are err messages in HDMI IIC communication

When the board runs Debian HDMI doesn’t have audio output

Our Debian system currently doesn’t support HDMI audio because we didn’t include HDMI’s audio package

 

When the board runs Android HDMI doesn’t support sound adjustment.

Our Android system currently doesn’t support HDMI’s sound adjustment. Users can adjust it via a remote control

How to setup a 64 bit Ubuntu for NanoPi 2 Fire’s development? How to extend TF card? How to compile NanoPi 2 Fire’s kernel and uboot?

Please check our wiki which has all the details you need.

 

....#40Pin GPIO Pin Description ..

 

....#LCD Interface Pin Description ..

 

Pin#

Name

Pin#

Name

01

VDD_5V

24

LCD_R3

02

VDD_5V

25

LCD_R4

03

LCD_B0

26

LCD_R5

04

LCD_B1

27

LCD_R6

05

LCD_B2

28

LCD_R7

06

LCD_B3

29

DGND

07

LCD_B4

30

GPIOB25

08

LCD_B5

31

GPIOC15

09

LCD_B6

32

NRESETOUT

10

LCD_B7

33

LCD_DE

11

DGND

34

LCD_VSYNC

12

LCD_G0

35

LCD_HSYNC

13

LCD_G1

36

LCD_CLK

14

LCD_G2

37

DGND

15

LCD_G3

38

DGND

16

LCD_G4

39

DGND

17

LCD_G5

40

DGND

18

LCD_G6

41

I2C2_SCL

19

LCD_G7

42

I2C2_SDA

20

DGND

43

GPIOC16

21

LCD_R0

44

 

22

LCD_R1

45

DGND

23

LCD_R2

 

 

 

NanoPi 2 Fire Resources:


Wiki: http://wiki.friendlyarm.com/NanoPi2Fire
Github:https://github.com/friendlyarm

Download


NanoPi2 Fire WIKI:http://wiki.friendlyarm.com/wiki/.../NanoPi_2_Fire
Latest Image Files :http://wiki.friendlyarm.com/wiki/nanopi2/download

Plus d’information
Fabricant Non
Compatibilité avec les cartes Non
Micro-controlleur(s) Non
Famille de micro-controlleur Non
Type de CPU ARM Cortex A9
Vitesse d'horloge 1.4Ghz
Mémoire Flash (programme) Non
Mémoire RAM (vive) 1GB
Couleur Non
Connectivité Ethernet, HDMI, I2C, SPI, UART / TTL Serial, USB Host
Tension en entrée Non
Courant Non
Voltage 5v
Watts (entrée) Non
Watts (sortie) Non
Fréquence Radio Non
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