Pi Compute Module - Kit A

Since the Raspberry Pi Foundation released the Compute Module 3, you may have been watching it for some time, don't know how to get started. Now it's time to get moving. We've prepare this development kit for you to evaluate the Compute Module 3 quickly, reducing your development cycle.
The key parts in this Compute Module 3 development kit includes:

  • Compute Module 3: Raspberry Pi 3 industrial version, the Pi in a flexible form factor, with 4GB eMMC Flash
  • Compute Module IO Board Plus: Extend kinds of interfaces from CM3, such as USB, HDMI, just like the regular Pi, to help evaluating
  • 7inch HDMI LCD (C): The ultra high definition touch screen LCD, provides an easy way to achieve Human-Machine-Interaction

CM3/CM3L Features

  • BCM2837
    • 64-bit 1.2GHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 processor
  • 1GB RAM
  • 4GB eMMC Flash (for CM3 only, not for CM3L)
  • 200PIN SODIMM connector (35U hard gold plating I/O pins)
    • 48 x GPIO
    • 2 x I2C
    • 2 x SPI
    • 2 x UART
    • 2 x SD/SDIO (1x SD pin on CM3 has been used for 4GB eMMC Flash)
    • 1 x HDMI 1.3a
    • 1 x USB2 HOST/OTG
    • 1 x DPI (parallel RGB display)
    • 1 x NAND(SMI)
    • 1 x 4-lane CSI Camera Interface (up to 1Gbps per lane)
    • 1 x 2-lane CSI Camera Interface (up to 1Gbps per lane)
    • 1 x 4-lane DSI Display Interface (up to 1Gbps per lane)
    • 1 x 2-lane DSI Display Interface (up to 1Gbps per lane)
  • Compared to CM1, the CM3/CM3L supports more OS, like Windows 10 (the free IOT-specific version from Microsoft)

7inch HDMI LCD (C) Features

  • 1024×600 high resolution
  • Capacitive touch control
  • Supports Raspberry Pi
  • Supports Banana Pi / Banana Pro, comes with Lubuntu, Raspbian images
  • Supports BB Black, comes with Angstrom image
  • For other mini-PCs, driver is required and should be developed by users
  • Not only for mini-PCs, it can work as a computer monitor just like any other general HDMI screen
  • HDMI interface for displaying, USB interface for touch control
  • Backlight can be turned off to lower power consumption

Compute Module IO Board Plus Features

  • Compatible with the Compute Module IO Board V3 from the Raspberry Pi Foundation
  • Raspberry Pi GPIO header, for connecting sorts of Raspberry Pi HATs
  • Arduino connectivity, also supports Arduino shields
  • 1-WIRE interface, for connecting single-bus devices like DS18B20
  • 4x keys, 4x LEDs, 1x Buzzer, for I/O testing
  • Onboard USB HUB, allows connecting more USB devices
  • IR receiver, IR remote control is available
  • Onboard USB TO UART, for serial debugging
  • Sensor interface
  • 10-bit ADC, 38KSPS, 11-ch (6-ch for Arduino interface, 5-ch for sensors)
  • 16-bit DAC, 2-ch
  • Onboard RTC, one of the most common and useful functions

What's on the Compute Module IO Board Plus

  • Compute Module interface: for connecting Compute Module 3 OR Compute Module 3 Lite
  • Compute Module GPIO header: breakout all the Compute Module pins
  • Raspberry Pi GPIO header: for connecting Raspberry Pi HATs
  • CSI interface: camera ports, for connecting Raspberry Pi Camera
  • DSI interface: display ports, for connecting Raspberry Pi LCD
  • HDMI port
  • USB ports: for connecting USB devices
  • USB SLAVE interface: allows you to burn system image in to Compute Module 3
  • USB TO UART interface: for serial debugging
  • Arduino header: for connecting Arduino shields
  • AD/DA input/output screw terminals
  • 1-WIRE interface: for connecting single-bus devices like DS18B20
  • Sensor interface
  • Power port: 5V 2.5A
  • FE1.1S: USB HUB chip
  • 12MHz crystal
  • CP2102: USB TO UART converter
  • Micro SD card slot: insert a Micro SD card with pre-burnt system, to start up Compute Module 3 Lite
  • TLC1543: AD converter
  • DAC8552:
  • 16-bit DAC, 2-ch
  • DS3231: high-precision RTC chip, I2C interface
  • RTC battery holder: supports CR1220 batteries
  • Voltage regulator: 3.3V / 2.5V / 1.8V
  • LFN0038K: IR receiver
  • Buzzer
  • Power indicator
  • ACT indicator: indicating the Micro SD card status
  • User LEDs
  • User Keys
  • BOOT selection
    • EN: enable the PC to access SD card/eMMC through USB SLAVE
    • DIS: the Compute Module will boot from SD card/eMMC
  • VGx power selection: config the I/O level
  • USB HUB enable jumper: HUB enable and USB SLAVE power selection
  • ADC/DAC configuration: config the power supply and reference voltage of ADC/DAC
  • Peripheral configuration: config the control pins of UART, user keys, user LEDs, 1-WIRE interface, IR receiver, and buzzer
  • Arduino AD selection
    • connect 1 and 2: Arduino A0-A5 as digital control pin
    • connect 2 and 3: Arduino A0-A5 as AD input


Shipping List

  • 1 X Compute Module 3
  • 1 X Compute Module IO Board Plus
  • 1 X 7inch HDMI LCD (C)
  • 1 X DS18B20
  • 1 X IR remote controller
  • 1 X LCD adapter
  • 1 X HDMI cable
  • 1 X HDMI adapter
  • 1 X USB adapter
  • 1 X RPi screws pack (4pcs)
  • 1 X 22PIN FFC
  • 1 X RPi Zero V1.3 Camera Cable 15cm
  • 1 X Power adapter US standard 5V/2.5A USB output
  • 1 X USB type A plug to micro B plug cable 35cm
  • 2 X USB type A plug to micro B plug cable 120cm
  • 2 X Jumper Wire 4-pin to separated pins
  • 2 X Jumper Wire 2-pin 2.54-pitch 200mm

Pi Compute Module - Kit A

  • Product Code: W13748
  • Stock

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  • R2,499.00 (Inc Tax: R2,873.85)

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