Please refer to the document
SBC6410 Burning Guide(Android2.3.4).pdf
SBC6410 Burning Guide(Linux).pdf
SBC6410 Burning Guide(Wince6.0).pdf
- -Single board computer
- Idea3588 EM3568 EM3566 EM3326S EM1126 EMH6 EM-IMX8M-MINI EM-MT6737 EM-HI3559V200 EM1808 Idea3399 EM3399 Idea3288 EM3288 EM3188 EMA40i EINK-IMX7 EM6ull EM4418 EM4412 Android210 MINI210S EM210 EM210-III SBC6410 Idea6410 EM2000 EM2416 EM2440 EM2440-III
- CM3566 PICO3566 CM3588 CM3326S CM1126 MINI1126 CM3568 PICO-IMX8M-MINI CM-A40i CM-MT6737 CM3399 PICO3399 CM3288 MINI3288 CMH6 MINI3188 MINI4418 MINI4412 CM3128 CMIMX7 CM6ULL CM210-II CM210-III MINI210-III MINI6410 CM9X35 MINI287 MINI9G25 MINI2416 MINI2416-III MINI2440
- +Customization product
- RK3399 Handheld Device RK3399 Smart Home Device RK3288 Bus Fare Collection Device RK3128 Handheld Device Vehicle Tracking Device Handheld POS S5PV210 MID PDA based on S3C6410
* Processor: Samsung S3C6410, ARM1176JZF-S @667MHz
* RAM: 128MB/256MB optional
* Storage: 256MB/512MB/1GB optional
* Interface: 1x USB Host, 1x USB OTG, 4x UART, LCD, Ethernet, JTAG, Audio, RTC, SD, GPIO, Camera, WIFI, TVOUT
* Operating system: Linux2.6.28, WinCE6.0, Android2.3
* Board size: 121mm x 100mm
The ARM11 computer SBC6410 is based on Samsung S3C6410 - an advanced ARM11 CPU for running operating system and application code, and for dedicated video processing. Low voltage Mobile DDR enables very low power consumption in regular operation and in standby. For embedded applications, the SBC6410 provides a general purpose local bus, 100Mbit Ethernet, serial ports, I/O lines and other essential functions, while integrated WiFi interface implement industry standard wireless connectivity. The small size and low power consumption of the SBC6410 allows its integration into hand-held and mobile devices, while its low price makes it an ideal selection for cost-sensitive applications. It is able to support Android, Ubuntu, Linux and WinCE6.0 embedded OS. The SBC6410 embedded SBC delivers a price / performance ratio significantly better than that of any other platform.
|CPU||Samsung S3C6410, ARM1176JZF-S, up to 667MHz|
|Memory||128MB Mobile DDR SDRAM, 266MHz|
|Storage||256MB SLC NAND Flash. 512MB-1GB SLC/MLC Flash optional|
|EEPROM||Support I2C, it can be soldered with AT88SC016 for encryption|
|Serial Ports||4x UARTs|
|LCD||The LCD port integrated 4-wire resistor touch screen port. The board comes with driver for 4.3-, 7-inch TFT LCD|
|Ethernet||10/100M Ethernet, RJ45 interface. DM9000AEP controller|
|USB||1x USB1.1 Host, 1x USB2.0 OTG|
|JTAG||1x 10-pin JTAG Port|
|Audio||Adopt WM9713 Audio chip.
2x 3.5mm audio jack for Audio input/output
1x 3pin connector for line in
|RTC||Real Time Clock, powered by external lithium battery|
|SD card||2x SD/MMC interface (supports 3.3V and 1.8V logic voltage)|
|GPIO||GPIO, ADC, SPI, IIC, I/O, Interrupts and MMC are in 2x 40-pin header|
|Buttons||6x Programmable User Buttons|
|Camera(optional)||1.3 Megapixel CMOS Camera, 1 x 20-pin camera interface|
|WIFI(optional)||SDIO WIFI Module, supporting IEEE802.11b/g|
|GPRS(optional)||Base on SIMENS MC388, GSM network|
|3G(optional)||USB WCDMA Module, dual mode|
|GPS(optional)||GPS Module, GR-87 Serials|
|Dimension||121mm x 100mm|
|Linux2.6.28||Bootloader||u-boot||u-boot-1.1.6 Main functions:
1. Supporting Nand Flash erase/write/read
2. Supporting USB download Image
3. Supporting print, set, save Environment Variables
4. Supporting memory's contents display/compare/modify
5. Supporting bootm, bootargs setting
|Sdboot||1. SD Card boot-up and download Image via USB (can replace JTAG)
2. Replace booting LOGO
|Image update||Supporting Image update from SD Card or USB|
|Kernel and drivers||Version||Linux 126.96.36.199|
|File system Format||ROM/CRAM/EXT2/EXT3/FAT/NFS/JFFS2/UBIFS|
|Drivers||DDR RAM, Nand Flash, Serial ports, RTC, Ethernet, 4.3" and 7"LCD including Touch Screen, MMD/SD, USB Host, LEDs, AC97, Camera, USB Keyboard and Mouse, IIC, SPI, WAVEDEV, DMA, JPEG, MFC, TVOUT, OpenGLES1.1&2.0, D3DM|
|File System||File System||Yaffs or NFS File System|
|Function||Provided Lib (ALSA -lib, tslib, glibc), udev support|
|Embedded GUI||Qtopia 2.2.0||Support file browser, Mediaplayer, Calendar, time, counter, Touch Screen Calibration program, Plug-in manager.|
|Network protocol||TCP/IP protocol, Telnet, FTP Client/server, Boa webserver|
|Application||H.264 display, MPEG-4 display, H.263 display, VC-1 display, 4-windows display, Camera preview & MFC encoding, MFC decoding & Camera preview, Camera input and JPEG encoding, JPEG decoding and display, MFC decoding & Camera preview thru TV, H.264 decoding thru TVOUT|
|Cross compiler Environment||3.3.2 , 3.4.1 , 4.3.3-eabi|
|WinCE6.0||Boot||Stepldr||Providing Source code and STEPLDR.bin|
|Eboot||Providing Source code and EBOOT.bin
Eboot main functions:
1. Ethernet download: Set static IP, HDCP gets Dynamic IP, Mac address setting, download kernel automatically by Ethernet when the system starts.
2. USB download: update the image via USB OTG 2.0
3. Format Nand Flash
4. Format BinFS
5. Low-level Format
6. Set boot-up delayed time
7. Booting process bar
|Sdboot||1. SD Card boot-up and download Image via USB (can replace JTAG)
2. Replace booting LOGO
|System||Driver||1. 4.3" and 7" LCD including Touch Screen, TVOUT, LEDs
2. Supporting 16/18/24Bpp
3. Supporting LCD display rotate
|SD card, High speed SD card, SPI, AC97, Camera, Ethernet, USB Host, USB Device, Serial ports, RTC, GPS, WIFI, IIC, JPEG, SPI, Keyboard, NandFlash, wavedev, CF_ATA, CMM, DMA, DrvLib, MFC, Powerbutton, Powercontrol, UA0|
|Function||220MB NAND Flash for user|
|Power Management (backlight drive, battery-driven, sleep/wake-up function), Hive registry support, ROM file system support|
|Providing Source Code and user manual, supporting MPEG-4/H264/H263/VC-1 and API operation manual|
|DirectShow Filter||Providing Source Code including:
AACDecoderFilter, FrameExtractFilter, MFCDecoderFilter, MP4testcode, mpeg4ip_mp4v2, SsapMP4Parser
|JPEG||JPEG/JPG encoding and decoding, providing driver and test program.|
|OpenGL||OpenGL ES1.1&2.0, providing source code and user manual|
|Camera||Supporting CMOS Image sensor-ov9650/9653/9655|
|TCPMP||Hardware decode MPEG-4/H263/H264/VC-1, supporting avi, mp4, m4v, mov, 3gp, flv, MPG.
Supporting DIVX, XVID
Supporting MP1, MP2, MP3, AC3, AAC more audio kinds.
|OFFICE||Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF, txt, Skype|
|Boot Mode||Boot Android from SD card, NAND Flash|
|Image update||Support updating image from SD card or USB|
|Kernel and drivers||Version||Linux 2.6.36-Android|
|Drivers||DDR, Flash, Serial ports, RTC, 4.3" and 7" LCD including Touch Screen, MMD/SD, High Speed SD card, user buttons, DM9000, IIC,SPI, keyboard, WAVEDEV, DMA, USB device, JPEG, MFC, TV OUT, Rotator, OpenGGES1.1 & 2.0, D3DM|
|Application||Alarm Clock, ASTRO, Mediaplayer, Music, Picsay, Gallery, Browser, Panda Reader|
|File System||File System Format||Yaffs2 (Androidfs-sdk-m5-rc15)|
|Embedded GUI||Android2.0||Support file browser, Mediaplayer|
|Cross compiler Environment||Arm-none-linux-gnueabi|
Samsung ARM11 S3C6410 Datasheet (7.63MB)
DM9000AEP datasheet (464KB)
WM9713CLGEFL datasheet (3.65MB)
SBC6410 Hardware Manual (786KB)
SBC6410 PCB Dimension (836KB)
SBC6410 Burning Guide(Android2.3) (1.37MB)
SBC6410 Burning Guide(Wince6.0) (687KB)
SBC6410 Burning Guide(Linux) (2.24MB)
4.3” TFT- LCD
7” TFT-LCD (Innolux TN92)
|Expansion Module||Module Detail||Linux||Android||WinCE|
|SDIO WiFi Module||Supports IEEE 802.11b/g, WM-G-MR-09 Module inside||√||√||√|
|CMOS Camera||1.3 Megapixel, OV9650||√||√||√|
|GPS Module||GPS Module, GR-87||√||√||x|
|GPRS Module||GPRS Module, base on SIMENS MC388||√||x||x|
|3G Module||USB WCDMA Module, HUAWEI E1750 Module inside||x||√||x|
|TTL to RS232 Module||Change TTL to RS232||√||√||√|
|Bluetooth Module||USB Bluetooth Dongle||x||x||√|
All Technologic Systems products come with:
* 6~12months full warranty
* Technical support
* Computers have pre-installed OS
* Free system software
* Complete documentation, updates through website
Please configure your product using the table below and then add it to your cart. If you have any questions, please contact us for assistance.
|SBC6410||SBC6410 Standard Content||USD90.00||Add to cart|
|SBC6410 + 4.3inch TFT LCD &TSP||USD120.00||Add to cart|
|SBC6410 + 7inch TFT LCD &TSP||USD140.00||Add to cart|
Please refer to the document
Input these command on the board console
(Add the following contents at the last of the file)
ifconfig eth0 down
ifconfig eth0 hw ether 00:11:22:33:44:55
ifconfig eth0 up
Save and quit, reset the board.
To change the runtime OS feature you will need the WinCE Platform Builder 5.0 (for WinCE5.0)/Visual Studio 2005 for WinCE6.0, as well as the BSP (board support package) that we provided in the shipped DVD. For application development you can use the EVC (Embedded Visual C++).
There are evaluation versions of the above mentioned tools available on the Microsoft download site, full version of those tools can be bought from a local Microsoft distributor.
Be sure to copy it to the folder "Resident Flash".
There are three ways to achieve this:
1, Add the application (MyApp.exe for example) and its shortcut to the NK, and add the shortcut to the StartUp folder;
2, Add the application to the NK and add something like below the registry:
3, By modifying the registry we can even replace the shell (explorer.exe), for example:
replace the "Launch50"="explorer.exe" with "Launch50"="MyApp.exe" so that we can disable the explorer and set our own application as the default shee.
MTD partition is defined in the file "arch/arm/plat-s3c/include/plat/partition.h", you may modify the partition information by modifying this file.
Normally such "bad blocks" are not real bad blocks. These blocks can be marked as bad blocks due to some faulty operations. Generally we can have this solved by running the "nand scrub" command in the uboot prompt, note that "nand scrub" will erase everything in your NAND, so please be sure to backup your data before doing this. Anyway, a few "real" bad blocks in the NAND Flash is normal and allowed and they would not effect anything.
There are two possibilities:
1. The kernel image (zImage) has not been well installed.
In this case you just need to follow the user manual to install the zImage.
2. Incorrect u-boot parameter.
Is it possible to move my application software into the on-board NAND flash instead of CF/SD?
There is already a rootfs (rescue rootfs) in NAND flash for our every board. Surely you can use on board NAND flash, our boards leave a big part of Nand Flash for the user's application. The board user manual writes detailed steps for burning vivi, image to Nand Flash, SD Card.
With this case please calibrate the touchscreen again according following steps.
2.Reset the board
3.The system will show you a window with cross-point to calibrate the touchscreen
You need to prepare a logo image (png format), such as the name of linux_logo.png, please run under the linux: The settings are shown as the following directory.
# pngtopnm linux_logi.png > linux_logo.pnm
# pnmquant 224 linux_logo.pnm > linux_logo224.pnm
# pnmtoplainpnm linux_logo224.pnm > logo_linux_clut224.ppm
Finally will be generated a file of logo_linux_clut224.ppm, then replace the file in the directory" \drivers\video\logo\logo_linux_clut224.ppm", and begin to recompile.
Actually boot animation under the Android is formed by plenty of pictures take turns to play.
First of all, make bootanimation.zip according following steps.
1. Edit the file "desc.txt" under the Linux
800 480 2
p 1 0 part0
p 0 0 part1
Create two new folders such as "part0" and "part1", then put the images (PNG) into the two new folders "part0" and "part1" according to the broadcast order respectively.
2. Packaging under the window. Select the files of "desc.TXT", "part0", "part1", choose "zip" compressed format, please select "storage" compression way. (On the other hand, you can also execute the command "zip" to packag under the Linux)
At last, move the file "bootanimation.zip" to the directory of "system/media" or "data/local".
Under the wince, users only need to choose according to their own LCD screen display resolution modify the macro definition of different screen in the file "bsp_cfg.h" under the directory "\SRC\INC".
Under the linux QT, execute the command "make menuconfig", then setting according to the following directory "Device Drivers --> Graphics support --> Support for frame buffer devices", select the corresponding LCD screen LCD Type. Detailed methodology please refer to the corresponding user manual.
Under the android, if you are switching between resistive screen, you can modify the parameters of LCD in the bootargs under the uboot environment variable. If you are switching between the resistive and capacitive touch panel screen, you need to execute "make menuconfig" in the kernel, then setting according to the following directory "Device Drivers --> Input device support --> Touchscreens", select the appropriate option to configure.
COM0 on the SBC6410 is being used as the debug port in the WinCE6.0 system, you might want to set it up to be a normally communication serial port, here is how:
Two files must be modified: "WINCE600\PLATFORM\SMDK6410\SMDK6410.bat" and "WINCE600\PLATFORM\SMDK6410\SRC\OAL\OALLIB\debug.c".
In the file "SMDK6410.bat", find
replace it with
and REM this line:
In the file "debug.c", comment the following:
VOID OEMWriteDebugByte(UINT8 ch)
// Wait for TX Buffer Empty
while (!(g_pUARTReg->UTRSTAT & 0x2));
// TX Character
g_pUARTReg->UTXH = ch;
if (g_pUARTReg->UTRSTAT & 0x1) // There is received data
ch = (int)(g_pUARTReg->URXH);
else // There no data in RX Buffer;
ch = OEM_DEBUG_READ_NODATA;