Gumstix Pi Compute Dev Board
Gumstix Pi Compute Dev Board is a complete multimedia expansion board for the Raspberry Pi Compute Module featuring DSI display and CSI2 camera connectors. This board is ideal if you are looking to prototype portable devices and IoT boards with camera and HDMI capabilities.
Once you have tested the board, you may use Geppetto online to design and customize it for your own project.
Gumstix Pi Compute Dev Board
Jumpstart your Pi Compute design with the Gumstix Pi Compute Dev Board. Clone it from the Geppetto "Designed by Gumstix Community" to build your custom design or order the Gumstix Pi Dev board to start your development.
Use the Gumstix Pi Compute FastFlash to upload the latest disk image to your Raspberry Pi Compute Module (not included).
Raspberry Pi Compute Module is not included. Available from element14.
Customize Your Board
Customize the Gumstix Pi Compute Dev Board to your project's specific needs in Geppetto D2O. Add functionality or remove unused components with the ease of a drag-and-drop interface.
Learn more about this product by checking out the following:
Articles from Gumstix blog
|Raspberry Pi Compute Module Development Board||Raspberry Pi Compute Module Development Board|
CSI2 connector to connect the board to a Raspberry Pi Camera using an appropriate ribbon cable
HDMI type A port
DSI connector to connect the board to a Raspberry Pi Display using an appropriate ribbon cable
Dual PWM header
Micro B USB Plug
USB 2.0 type A Jack
20-pin Header with 16 GPIOs.
|SODIMM Connector||SODIMM connector to DDR2 200 pin module, such as the Raspberry Pi Compute Module|
|FCI 15 pin FPC connector||Raspberry pi CSI2 and DSI connector|
|Connector (Power Jack Medium)||PJ-018H-SMT, medium size (1.65mm), fits EIAJ-2 plug|
|FTDI FT232RQ USB UART Interface||Connect to an RS232 serial terminal over USB with the FTDI FT232RQ interface||Specs|
|USB Standard A Jack||The USB Standard A jack allows a Gumstix system to operate in USB Host mode||Specs|
Please read the instructions in the README file carefully before starting. Instructions and functions are explained in the file.
Files that are needed (such as bootloader and operating system) to create a bootable disk image, are available below.
Our Support page links additional resources.
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|uEnv-geppetto.txt||This is a simple uEnv.txt to select a GDT-generated device tree i.e. fdtfile=geppetto.dtb|
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