i.MX31 ADS

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i.MX31 ADS

i.MX31 ADS

Detailed Features List of i.MX31ADS board

This is a development tool which is designed to run software applications designed for i.MX31 (MCIMX31) microprocessor unit (MPU).

The MCIMX31ADS includes a baseboard, a CPU board, a power management board, an LCD display panel, a keypad, a NAND Flash card, an image sensor, etc. It supports application software, target-board debugging, or optional extra memory.

  • Three board system
    • Base board with display and interface connectors
    • CPU board with i.MX31 ARM-11 MCU
    • Power management board with MC13783 Atlas chip
  • +5.0 VDC, 2.4 A universal power supply
  • QVGA LCD display panel with touchscreen capability and LED backlight
  • Keypad with 64 push button keys
  • Image sensor camera
  • Configurable intelligent management of system power
  • Separate selectable voltage regulators for running the CPU board in stand-alone mode
  • Two selectable system clock sources, 32.768 kHz and 26 MHz
  • Onboard CPLD that manages memory-mapped expansion I/O, interrupts, and general-purpose I/O
  • Multi-ICE debug support
  • 32 MB of 16-bit NOR burst flash memory
  • 16 MB of 16-bit PSRAM
  • 128 MB of 32-bit DDR SDRAM memory
  • Two sets of two memory card connectors, selectable as SD/MMC (on Base board) or MS (on CPU board), with card-sense functionality
  • 1G-bit x8 data NOR Flash on a removable card
  • SIMM card connector
  • PCMCIA connector
  • NAND Flash card connector
  • Three RS-232 interfaces with DB-9 connectors driven by UART channels internal to the MX31. Each interface has two UART options and power up enable DIP switches. One supports DCE with optional full modem controls, another is DTE with optional full modem controls, and the third is DTE with RTS/CTS controls only.
  • An external DUART configured as two RS-232 DCE channels (one DB9 connector, one 10-pin header)
  • Two USB host transceivers, one full-speed and one high-speed, with standard USB host connectors
  • Three USB OTG transceivers, one full-speed and one high-speed on the Base board, one full-speed on the Atlas board, with mini AB connectors
  • 10 Base-T Ethernet controller with RJ-45 connector with built-in data flow LED indicators
  • IrDA Specification 1.4 transceiver supports fast, medium, and slow operating modes
  • ATA5 controller with 44-position dual row, 2 mm header for small form-factor disk drives
  • I2C interface with one of two selectable MCU interfaces
  • CSPI connector
  • Two CSI connectors, with different image sensor orientations
  • Smart serial LCD display connector
  • QVGA LCD display connector with touch screen interface plus companion connector with additional control signals
  • Two smart parallel LCD display connectors
  • TV encoder connector
  • Keypad connector
  • Interface connector to baseband processor
  • Audio synthesizer chip with microphone and line inputs (3.5 mm jacks); line, voice, and headphone outputs (3.5 mm jacks); and speaker output (screw terminals)
  • Eight DIP configuration switches with user-definable functions
  • Software-readable CPU and Base board versions
  • LED indicators for +5V IN, 3.3V, vibrator output, and synthesizer output.
  • Two LED indicators for user-defined function
  • Piezoelectric audible alert and vibratory alert
  • Three RGB funlight indicators and funlight connector
  • Push button Reset (on CPU) or reset control from Atlas
  • 1-wire EPROM • Push button interrupt source
  • Two Mictor LA/SW Analysis Connectors (Base board)
  • Four Samtec LA Connectors (CPU)
  • Three Extension connectors, two are compatible with the MX21 ADS Extension connectors
  • Special Atlas board features
    • Stereo microphone jack, normal microphone jack, external TXIN jack, headphone jack, low level stereo input and output jacks, stereo and mono (ear piece) speaker terminals
    • Main battery emulation from +5V
    • Main battery connection terminals
    • Back up battery emulation (super cap)
    • Coin cell (backup) battery connection terminals
    • Battery charger input terminals
    • Backlight LED indicators
    • Three Push button switches to act as power on/off switches
    • DIP switches to select default power up power and power sequencing.
    • USB mode, USB enable, and WDI disable DIP Switches.
    • Audio clock source selection DIP Switches.
    • Individual test point and LED indicator for each Atlas voltage
  • USB cables, RS-232 serial cable, and two RJ-45 Ethernet cables, network, and crossover

Additional Resources

Booting Linux From NAND Flash on the i.MX 31 ADS

IMX31ADS Compiling Linux kernel mainline

Version history
Revision #:
1 of 1
Last update:
‎08-22-2012 07:55 AM
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