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OpenPi Data Sheet

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OpenPi

OpenPi: A tiny wireless computer for innovators, makers and coders

ABS, case available in white or black


PCB, top view

Rear panel connections : HMDI, Power In, USB

PCB, bottom view

Internal connections : 2 x USB, CR1220 battery

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OpenPi

Making products with the Raspberry Pi Compute Module

Home IoT gateway

Most Raspberry Pi owners are delighted with what the standard models offer, but the
growing appeal of turning a project into saleable product, fuels a new need that OpenPi
solves. Inventors, Makers and Coders havent failed to notice the Pi appeal, however
addressing these new needs requires a different approach.

Based on Raspberry Pi Compute module

OpenPi is a small, discreet and open source, wireless 32bit ARM based computer. It is a
tool to help people who create software to, prototype hardware, carry out customer
trials and undertake small scale manufacture. The growing trends in software caused
by new movements in technology, like; Wearables, the Internet of Things and Smart
Cities creates a demand for new practical tools.
Sharing many similarities to the Pi, the notable differences are:

Being Compute based, OpenPi is more expensive in singles,


however in large quantity the price is similar.
The on-board real time clock and temperature sensor give added functionality.
Exchanging Ethernet for WiFi signicantly lowers power consumption, making it
much more exible when installing in home or ofce environments.
The Pi Foundations Compute development board requires you to install an OS
before you can use it. OpenPi is instantly usable thanks to a pre-loaded
Linux operating system.
OpenPi is about a 3rd of the cost

The design les can be downloaded and edited in EagleCAD. Using the design as a
working platform, it is possible to quickly repurpose OpenPi to suit many different
needs.
When purchased as a complete kit with its wireless keyboard, WiFi adaptor and power
supply it is as quick and easy to set up as a games console. To start you off all versions
have pre-loaded Minecraft and a number of useful programming utilities including:
Arduino IDE, Putty, RASWIK les, LLAP+ beta software, MONO, Python and Scratch.
Programming languages supported include: Java, C, C++, C#, Visual Basic, Python,
Scratch, PHP, Ruby, (and many more!)
The on board SRF transceiver provides connectivity to Wireless Things sensors and
transceivers. There are 17 general purpose I/O pins, including; SPI, I2C and Serial.
OpenPi could be used for:

Wi-Fi server
Internet of Things hub
HD media player
Central heating controller
Games Console
Bluetooth iBeacon
Security system...and much more

The injection moulded case which accompanies OpenPi can be branded with your logo
moulded into the case front*

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Open source board and schematics in EagleCAD

Two-layer PCB for lowest


cost & easiest modication
Internal USB sockets for
Wi-Fi and one other device
Small, strong, and
brandable case*

*requires setup fee of


335 + VAT

OpenPi
Technical Specications

Back Panel (left to right)

Processor

ARM1176JZF-S 700MHz

Video/Audio Out

HDMI

GPU

Broadcom
VideoCore IV

PWR LED

Power LED

Power In

Micro USB

Video

HDMI05-CL02F3 HDMI 1.3 & 1.4


Static protection IC

Acknowledgement LED

GPIO47

RAM

512MB Shared with GPU


4GB eMMC

Programming
Port

Micro USB

Storage
USB Switch

FUSB42MUX

Auto-switch for programming

Onboard USB

Microchip
USB 2514B

Four channel

USB Sockets
XBee Socket

250MHz

Two internal
Pads provided to wire to

Real Time Clock I2C Texas


Instruments

BQ3200

Temp. Sensor

I2C Texas
Instruments

TMP100NA

Wi-Fi

RALINK 5370

802.11a/b/g/n 2.4GHz

OS image upload Use Raspiboot and internal USB connector


Internal connectors
200 Pin Socket

For Raspberry Pi Compute Module

2 x USB 2.0

Dual-stacked layout

Programming Port

Micro USB

Antenna Connector

u.

CR1220

For Real Time Clock

Sub GHz Wireless Wireless Things/ 868-915MHz


Ciseco SRF
Power

Micro USB @5v

<200ma with WiFi dongle

SMPS Regulator Diodes Inc. PAM2306


Operating System Raspbian
GPIO

Customised via Raspiboot

18 pins+2 power See tables

Physical Dimensions
PCB Dimensions

98mm x 75mm x 20mm

PCB Weight

40 grams

Case Dimensions

104mm x 79mm x 33mm

Empty Case Weight

50 grams

Total Weight

90 grams

Power only,
no USB data

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OpenPi
GPIO Header

(3.3V logic )

01 - N/C
02 - RX (GPIO14/TXD0)
03 - TX (GPIO15/RXD0)
04 - DTR_IN (GPIO22)
05 - P2_1/DD
06 - P2_2/DC
07 - N/C
08 - Antenna u. connector
09 - 3v3
10 - GND
11 - N/C
12 - N/C
13 - N/C
14 - N/C
15 - SRF_RESET
16 - N/C
17 - P0_1
18 - N/C
19 - N/C
20 - N/C
21 - N/C

(3.3V logic )

01 - GND
02 - 3V3
03 - P2_2/DC
04 - P2_1/DD
05 - SRF_RESET
06 - P0_1
07 - P0_3 TX
08 - P0_2 RX

01 - GND
02 - GPIO42
03 - GPIO41
04 -GPIO40
05 - GPIO38
06 - GPIO33
07 - GPIO32
08 - GPIO31
09 - GPIO17
10 - GPIO11
11- GND
12 - GPIO10
13 - GPIO09
14 - GPIO08
15 - GPIO07
16 - GPIO03
17 - GPIO02
18 - GPIO01
19 - GPIO00
20 - 3V3
SRF Radio Module Connector

SRF Programming Header

USB EEPROM Programming Header (For USB Hub)


01 - GND
02 - 3V3
03 - USB_SDA
04 - USB_SCL
05 - USB_RESET
06 - N/C
XBee Connector (Yet to be tested)

(3.3V logic )

01 - 3v3
02 - TO PAD LABELED TX
03 - TO PAD LABELED RX
04 - N/C
05 - N/C
06 - N/C
07 - N/C
08 - N/C
09 - N/C
10 - GND
11 - N/C
12 - N/C
13 - N/C
14 - N/C
15 - N/C
16 - N/C
17 - N/C
18 - N/C
19 - N/C
20 - N/C
Additional Solder Pads
SDA - I2C SDA
SCL - I2C SCL
USB_RESET
TX - USART2
RX - USART2
5V0 IN - Connected to Power In on PWR USB Connector
5V0
3V3
1V8
GND

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