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10393

Thu, 11/12/2015 - 14:25

← Older revision Revision as of 21:25, 12 November 2015 (One intermediate revision not shown)Line 1: Line 1:  +==About== [[Image:10393_top_sm.png|frame|[[Media:10393_top.jpeg|10393 board, top view]]]] [[Image:10393_top_sm.png|frame|[[Media:10393_top.jpeg|10393 board, top view]]]] [[Image:10393_bottom_sm.png|frame|[[Media:10393_bottom.jpeg|10393 board, bottom view]]]] [[Image:10393_bottom_sm.png|frame|[[Media:10393_bottom.jpeg|10393 board, bottom view]]]] -[[Image:10393_bd.png|frame|[[Media:10393.pdf|10393 Circuit Diagram, Parts List, PCB layout]]&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; [[Media:10393_gerber.tar.gz|10353 Gerber files]]]]  10393 is the system board of Elphel NC393 series camera. It will also replace [[10353|10353 board]] in [[Elphel_Eyesis4Pi|Eyesis4pi]] and other Elphel multi-sensor cameras. It has the same physical dimensions as 10353 and may be used as an upgrade to the previous camera modules. 10393 is the system board of Elphel NC393 series camera. It will also replace [[10353|10353 board]] in [[Elphel_Eyesis4Pi|Eyesis4pi]] and other Elphel multi-sensor cameras. It has the same physical dimensions as 10353 and may be used as an upgrade to the previous camera modules.  +==Overview==  +====Operating System====  +* OpenEmbedded Linux (built with [https://www.yoctoproject.org/tools-resources/projects/poky Yocto Poky])  +====Processor====  +* Xilinx Zynq 7030 SoC  +** Dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 + FPGA  +** 800MHz  +====Supported Image Sensors====  +* [http://www.onsemi.com/PowerSolutions/product.do?id=MT9P006 MT9P006] -  5MPix 1/2.5" CMOS  +* [http://www.onsemi.com/PowerSolutions/product.do?id=MT9F002 MT9F002] - 14MPix 1/2.3" CMOS  +====Memory and Storage====  +* 1.0 GB DDR3 memory - system RAM  +* 0.5 GB DDR3 memory - FPGA RAM  +* 0.5 GB NAND flash  - program storage  +* microSD card slot  - storage and system recovery  +====Interfaces====  +* Gigabit ethernet  +* micro USB - system console, reboot, select boot device  +* 4x sensor ports - routed to FPGA, each reconfigurable for general multi-purpose use  +* Added by [[10389|10389 Extension board]]:  +** USB2.0 (host)  +** eSATA + USB port  +** M.2 SATA port  +** External synchronization (master or slave):  +*** 2.5mm audio  +*** 4-conductor flex cable  +** 2x 10-conductor flex cable ports  +*** carry 3.3VDC, 5VDC, USB, I<sup>2</sup>C and GPIO  +*** support other extension boards ([[103695|IMU]], [[103696|GPS]])  +====Other====  +* Compressor bandwidth - up to <b>1 GPix/s</b> (e.g., processing 10MPix@100fps)  +* Image formats: JPEG, JP4, RAW (coming)  +* Wake-up on alarm  +====Power====  +* 3.3VDC  +====Dimensions====  +* 96x38 mm  +  +====SDK====  +* Firmware:  +** [https://eclipse.org Eclipse IDE] + [https://github.com/Elphel/vdt-plugin VDT-Plugin]  +** [http://www.xilinx.com/products/design-tools/vivado.html Vivado WebPACK Edition]  +** [http://iverilog.icarus.com/ IVerilog]  +** [http://gtkwave.sourceforge.net/ GTKWave]  +* Software (Kernel and Applications):  +** [https://eclipse.org Eclipse IDE]  +** [https://www.yoctoproject.org/tools-resources/projects/poky Yocto Poky]  +* Sources:  +** [https://github.com/Elphel GitHub/Elphel]  +  +====License====  +* [http://www.ohwr.org/projects/cernohl CERN OHLv1.1+]  +* [http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html GPLv3+]  +  +==More details==  +[[Image:10393_bd.png|frame|[[Media:10393.pdf|10393 Circuit Diagram, Parts List, PCB layout]]&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; [[Media:10393_gerber.tar.gz|10353 Gerber files]]]] This camera system board is designed to simultaneously support multiple sensors - both with legacy parallel interface (it is directly compatible with [[10338|10338 Sensor board]] and [[10359|10359 Sensor multiplexer board]]) and with new high-speed serial interface (up to 8 lanes + clock per each port), such as [[10398 | 10398 14MPix SFE]]. Sensor ports of the 10393 can be combined to interface larger/higher speed sensors, interface supply voltage is programmable in the range of 1.35V to 2.8V. All the sensor port interface signals are routed directly to the FPGA pads (22 I/O signals on each of the 4 flex cable connectors) , so the same ports can be uses for other purposes, for example to control the motors or interface IMU of the quadcopter. This camera system board is designed to simultaneously support multiple sensors - both with legacy parallel interface (it is directly compatible with [[10338|10338 Sensor board]] and [[10359|10359 Sensor multiplexer board]]) and with new high-speed serial interface (up to 8 lanes + clock per each port), such as [[10398 | 10398 14MPix SFE]]. Sensor ports of the 10393 can be combined to interface larger/higher speed sensors, interface supply voltage is programmable in the range of 1.35V to 2.8V. All the sensor port interface signals are routed directly to the FPGA pads (22 I/O signals on each of the 4 flex cable connectors) , so the same ports can be uses for other purposes, for example to control the motors or interface IMU of the quadcopter. Oleg

10393

Thu, 11/12/2015 - 14:18

← Older revision Revision as of 21:18, 12 November 2015 Line 2: Line 2: [[Image:10393_bottom_sm.png|frame|[[Media:10393_bottom.jpeg|10393 board, bottom view]]]] [[Image:10393_bottom_sm.png|frame|[[Media:10393_bottom.jpeg|10393 board, bottom view]]]] [[Image:10393_bd.png|frame|[[Media:10393.pdf|10393 Circuit Diagram, Parts List, PCB layout]]&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; [[Media:10393_gerber.tar.gz|10353 Gerber files]]]] [[Image:10393_bd.png|frame|[[Media:10393.pdf|10393 Circuit Diagram, Parts List, PCB layout]]&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; [[Media:10393_gerber.tar.gz|10353 Gerber files]]]]  +  +==About== 10393 is the system board of Elphel NC393 series camera. It will also replace [[10353|10353 board]] in [[Elphel_Eyesis4Pi|Eyesis4pi]] and other Elphel multi-sensor cameras. It has the same physical dimensions as 10353 and may be used as an upgrade to the previous camera modules. 10393 is the system board of Elphel NC393 series camera. It will also replace [[10353|10353 board]] in [[Elphel_Eyesis4Pi|Eyesis4pi]] and other Elphel multi-sensor cameras. It has the same physical dimensions as 10353 and may be used as an upgrade to the previous camera modules.  +==Overview==  +====Operating System====  +* OpenEmbedded Linux (built with [https://www.yoctoproject.org/tools-resources/projects/poky Yocto Poky])  +====Processor====  +* Xilinx Zynq 7030 SoC  +** Dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 + FPGA  +** 800MHz  +====Supported Image Sensors====  +* [http://www.onsemi.com/PowerSolutions/product.do?id=MT9P006 MT9P006] -  5MPix 1/2.5" CMOS  +* [http://www.onsemi.com/PowerSolutions/product.do?id=MT9F002 MT9F002] - 14MPix 1/2.3" CMOS  +====Memory and Storage====  +* 1.0 GB DDR3 memory - system RAM  +* 0.5 GB DDR3 memory - FPGA RAM  +* 0.5 GB NAND flash  - program storage  +* microSD card slot  - storage and system recovery  +====Interfaces====  +* Gigabit ethernet  +* micro USB - system console, reboot, select boot device  +* 4x sensor ports - routed to FPGA, each reconfigurable for general multi-purpose use  +* Added by [[10389|10389 Extension board]]:  +** USB2.0 (host)  +** eSATA + USB port  +** M.2 SATA port  +** External synchronization (master or slave):  +*** 2.5mm audio  +*** 4-conductor flex cable  +** 2x 10-conductor flex cable ports  +*** carry 3.3VDC, 5VDC, USB, I<sup>2</sup>C and GPIO  +*** support other extension boards ([[103695|IMU]], [[103696|GPS]])  +====Other====  +* Compressor bandwidth - up to <b>1 GPix/s</b> (e.g., processing 10MPix@100fps)  +* Image formats: JPEG, JP4, RAW (coming)  +* Wake-up on alarm  +====Power====  +* 3.3VDC  +====Dimensions====  +* 96x38 mm  +  +====SDK====  +* Firmware:  +** [https://eclipse.org Eclipse IDE] + [https://github.com/Elphel/vdt-plugin VDT-Plugin]  +** [http://www.xilinx.com/products/design-tools/vivado.html Vivado WebPACK Edition]  +** [http://iverilog.icarus.com/ IVerilog]  +** [http://gtkwave.sourceforge.net/ GTKWave]  +* Software (Kernel and Applications):  +** [https://eclipse.org Eclipse IDE]  +** [https://www.yoctoproject.org/tools-resources/projects/poky Yocto Poky]  +* Sources:  +** [https://github.com/Elphel GitHub/Elphel]  +  +====License====  +* [http://www.ohwr.org/projects/cernohl CERN OHLv1.1+]  +* [http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html GPLv3+]  +  +  +  +==More details== This camera system board is designed to simultaneously support multiple sensors - both with legacy parallel interface (it is directly compatible with [[10338|10338 Sensor board]] and [[10359|10359 Sensor multiplexer board]]) and with new high-speed serial interface (up to 8 lanes + clock per each port), such as [[10398 | 10398 14MPix SFE]]. Sensor ports of the 10393 can be combined to interface larger/higher speed sensors, interface supply voltage is programmable in the range of 1.35V to 2.8V. All the sensor port interface signals are routed directly to the FPGA pads (22 I/O signals on each of the 4 flex cable connectors) , so the same ports can be uses for other purposes, for example to control the motors or interface IMU of the quadcopter. This camera system board is designed to simultaneously support multiple sensors - both with legacy parallel interface (it is directly compatible with [[10338|10338 Sensor board]] and [[10359|10359 Sensor multiplexer board]]) and with new high-speed serial interface (up to 8 lanes + clock per each port), such as [[10398 | 10398 14MPix SFE]]. Sensor ports of the 10393 can be combined to interface larger/higher speed sensors, interface supply voltage is programmable in the range of 1.35V to 2.8V. All the sensor port interface signals are routed directly to the FPGA pads (22 I/O signals on each of the 4 flex cable connectors) , so the same ports can be uses for other purposes, for example to control the motors or interface IMU of the quadcopter. Oleg

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10398

Wed, 11/11/2015 - 20:15

← Older revision Revision as of 03:15, 12 November 2015 (One intermediate revision not shown)Line 6: Line 6: The 14MPix (4608H x 3288V, 1.4μm x1.4 μm) image sensor used is On Semiconductor (former Aptina) [http://www.onsemi.com/pub_link/Collateral/MT9F002-D.PDF |MT9F002]. This sensor (and 10398 SFE) uses 4-lane HiSPi serial interface running at 700 Mpbs/lane and is capable of running at 13.7 fps at full resolution (12bpp mode), or 60fps at 2304x1296 (1080p + 20% EIS). Other combinations of resolution/frame rate are possible. The 14MPix (4608H x 3288V, 1.4μm x1.4 μm) image sensor used is On Semiconductor (former Aptina) [http://www.onsemi.com/pub_link/Collateral/MT9F002-D.PDF |MT9F002]. This sensor (and 10398 SFE) uses 4-lane HiSPi serial interface running at 700 Mpbs/lane and is capable of running at 13.7 fps at full resolution (12bpp mode), or 60fps at 2304x1296 (1080p + 20% EIS). Other combinations of resolution/frame rate are possible.  +  +Up to 4 10398 SFE can be directly connected to [[10393]] system board and run simultaneously at full speed (880 pixels/s combined). 10398 SFE uses the same 30-pin flex cable connector for control (I²C, extra GPIO), differential data output (4-lane HiSPi+clock) and 3.3V power (additional 2.8V analog and 1.8V digital are generated on board). Short connections can use general purpose flex jumpers (30 conductors, 0.5mm pitch) or Elphel flex cables manufactured for the parallel interface sensors, longer connections require controlled-impedance flex cables with 100Ω differential lines. 10398 SFE uses the same 30-pin flex cable connector for control (I²C, extra GPIO), differential data output (4-lane HiSPi+clock) and 3.3V power (additional 2.8V analog and 1.8V digital are generated on board). Short connections can use general purpose flex jumpers (30 conductors, 0.5mm pitch) or Elphel flex cables manufactured for the parallel interface sensors, longer connections require controlled-impedance flex cables with 100Ω differential lines. -[[Media:10398.jpeg|10398 Circuit Diagram, Parts List]] <br/> [[Media:10398_gerber.tar.gz|10398 Gerber files]]+[[Media:10398.pdf|10398 Circuit Diagram, Parts List]] <br/> [[Media:10398_gerber.tar.gz|10398 Gerber files]] Andrey.filippov

10393

Wed, 11/11/2015 - 20:04

← Older revision Revision as of 03:04, 12 November 2015 (One intermediate revision not shown)Line 4: Line 4: 10393 is the system board of Elphel NC393 series camera. It will also replace [[10353|10353 board]] in [[Elphel_Eyesis4Pi|Eyesis4pi]] and other Elphel multi-sensor cameras. It has the same physical dimensions as 10353 and may be used as an upgrade to the previous camera modules. 10393 is the system board of Elphel NC393 series camera. It will also replace [[10353|10353 board]] in [[Elphel_Eyesis4Pi|Eyesis4pi]] and other Elphel multi-sensor cameras. It has the same physical dimensions as 10353 and may be used as an upgrade to the previous camera modules. -This camera system board is designed to simultaneously support multiple sensors - both with legacy parallel interface (it is directly compatible with [[10338|10338 Sensor board]] and [[10359|10359 Sensor multiplexer board]]) and with new high-speed serial interface (up to 8 lanes + clock per each port). Sensor ports of the 10393 can be combined to interface larger/higher speed sensors, interface supply voltage is programmable in the range of 1.35V to 2.8V. All the sensor port interface signals are routed directly to the FPGA pads (22 I/O signals on each of the 4 flex cable connectors) , so the same ports can be uses for other purposes, for example to control the motors or interface IMU of the quadcopter.+This camera system board is designed to simultaneously support multiple sensors - both with legacy parallel interface (it is directly compatible with [[10338|10338 Sensor board]] and [[10359|10359 Sensor multiplexer board]]) and with new high-speed serial interface (up to 8 lanes + clock per each port), such as [[10398 | 10398 14MPix SFE]]. Sensor ports of the 10393 can be combined to interface larger/higher speed sensors, interface supply voltage is programmable in the range of 1.35V to 2.8V. All the sensor port interface signals are routed directly to the FPGA pads (22 I/O signals on each of the 4 flex cable connectors) , so the same ports can be uses for other purposes, for example to control the motors or interface IMU of the quadcopter. Block diagram below shows major parts and I/O ports of the 10393 board. Left edge of the diagram corresponds to the sensor connections, right one - to the camera back panel with external connectors, top and bottom contain inter-board connections: Block diagram below shows major parts and I/O ports of the 10393 board. Left edge of the diagram corresponds to the sensor connections, right one - to the camera back panel with external connectors, top and bottom contain inter-board connections: Andrey.filippov

10398

Wed, 11/11/2015 - 20:02

← Older revision Revision as of 03:02, 12 November 2015 (One intermediate revision not shown)Line 1: Line 1: ==10398== ==10398== -[[Image:10398.png | frame|[[Media:10398.pdf|10398 Circuit Diagram, Parts List]] <br/> [[Media:10398_gerber.tar.gz|10398 Gerber files]]]]+[[Image:10398_top.png| thumb | 374px| 10398 board, top view]]  +[[Image:10398_bottom.png| thumb | 374px| 10398 board, bottom view]]  +   +10398 board is a 14MPix sensor front end (SFE) designed to work with [[10393]] camera system board. It has the same physical dimensions and the same optical format (1/2.3") as a 5MPix SFE [[10338D]].  +   +The 14MPix (4608H x 3288V, 1.4μm x1.4 μm) image sensor used is On Semiconductor (former Aptina) [http://www.onsemi.com/pub_link/Collateral/MT9F002-D.PDF |MT9F002]. This sensor (and 10398 SFE) uses 4-lane HiSPi serial interface running at 700 Mpbs/lane and is capable of running at 13.7 fps at full resolution (12bpp mode), or 60fps at 2304x1296 (1080p + 20% EIS). Other combinations of resolution/frame rate are possible.  +   +10398 SFE uses the same 30-pin flex cable connector for control (I²C, extra GPIO), differential data output (4-lane HiSPi+clock) and 3.3V power (additional 2.8V analog and 1.8V digital are generated on board). Short connections can use general purpose flex jumpers (30 conductors, 0.5mm pitch) or Elphel flex cables manufactured for the parallel interface sensors, longer connections require controlled-impedance flex cables with 100Ω differential lines.  +   +[[Media:10398.jpeg|10398 Circuit Diagram, Parts List]] <br/> [[Media:10398_gerber.tar.gz|10398 Gerber files]] Andrey.filippov

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File:10398.png

Wed, 11/11/2015 - 19:09

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File:10398 bottom.png

Wed, 11/11/2015 - 19:02

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10338D

Tue, 11/03/2015 - 12:58

← Older revision Revision as of 19:58, 3 November 2015 Line 2: Line 2: [[Image:10338d.jpeg|frame|[[Media:10338d.jpeg|10338 board, rev D and E]]]] [[Image:10338d.jpeg|frame|[[Media:10338d.jpeg|10338 board, rev D and E]]]] [[Image:10338bd.png|frame|[[Media:10338d.pdf|10338D Circuit Diagram, PCB layout]] <br/> [[Media:10338d_gerber.tar.gz|10338 rev D Gerber files]]]] [[Image:10338bd.png|frame|[[Media:10338d.pdf|10338D Circuit Diagram, PCB layout]] <br/> [[Media:10338d_gerber.tar.gz|10338 rev D Gerber files]]]] -10338D is a modification of the earlier [[10338]] board designed to interface Aptina (before Micron) MT9P031/MT9P001 5MPix (2592x1944) sensor  to [[353|Elphel Model 353/363 Cameras]]. This board has smaller physical size (15mm x 28mm) to fit in multisensor panoramic setups.+10338D/10338E is a modification of the earlier [[10338]] board designed to interface Aptina (before Micron) MT9P031/MT9P001/MT9P006 5MPix (2592x1944) sensor  to [[353|Elphel Model 353 Cameras]]. This board has smaller physical size (15mm x 28mm) to fit in multisensor panoramic setups. Connectors: Connectors: * 30-pin flex cable connector (J1) for data and power. * 30-pin flex cable connector (J1) for data and power. Andrey.filippov

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10393

Fri, 09/25/2015 - 20:16

← Older revision Revision as of 02:16, 26 September 2015 (9 intermediate revisions not shown)Line 1: Line 1: -More info to be added, starting with [[Media:10393.pdf|10393 Circuit Diagram, Parts List, PCB layout]]+[[Image:10393_top_sm.png|frame|[[Media:10393_top.jpeg|10393 board, top view]]]]  +[[Image:10393_bottom_sm.png|frame|[[Media:10393_bottom.jpeg|10393 board, bottom view]]]]  +[[Image:10393_bd.png|frame|[[Media:10393.pdf|10393 Circuit Diagram, Parts List, PCB layout]]&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; [[Media:10393_gerber.tar.gz|10353 Gerber files]]]]  +10393 is the system board of Elphel NC393 series camera. It will also replace [[10353|10353 board]] in [[Elphel_Eyesis4Pi|Eyesis4pi]] and other Elphel multi-sensor cameras. It has the same physical dimensions as 10353 and may be used as an upgrade to the previous camera modules.  +   +This camera system board is designed to simultaneously support multiple sensors - both with legacy parallel interface (it is directly compatible with [[10338|10338 Sensor board]] and [[10359|10359 Sensor multiplexer board]]) and with new high-speed serial interface (up to 8 lanes + clock per each port). Sensor ports of the 10393 can be combined to interface larger/higher speed sensors, interface supply voltage is programmable in the range of 1.35V to 2.8V. All the sensor port interface signals are routed directly to the FPGA pads (22 I/O signals on each of the 4 flex cable connectors) , so the same ports can be uses for other purposes, for example to control the motors or interface IMU of the quadcopter.  +   +Block diagram below shows major parts and I/O ports of the 10393 board. Left edge of the diagram corresponds to the sensor connections, right one - to the camera back panel with external connectors, top and bottom contain inter-board connections:  +* The system is built around Xilinx Zynq 7030 SoC that combines a dual-core ARM processor, a rich set of the standard peripherals and FPGA on the same chip. This combination provides high bandwidth connection between the processors and the FPGA fabric.  +* 4 identical sensor ports are 30-conductor 0.5mm pitch flex cable connectors, compatible with the earlier Elphel products. These connectors are split into two pairs, so they are closest to one short edge of the board - two on each side. Combined with an external multiplexer boards (at the expense of proportionally lower frame rate) each 10393 can work with up to 16 sensors (12 with the existing [[10359|10359 board]]).  +* 500MB of the dedicated DDR3 memory chip is connected directly to the FPGA portion of the SoC, with the 16-channel image-optimized controller it provides efficient access to the memory for simultaneous image acquisition, compression and image processing. We plan to implement such functionality as real-time image de-warping and correlation of images from multiple sensors for the 3d data extraction.  +* 1GB of DDR3 memory (2 chips providing 32-bit data bus) is uses as a system RAM for the processor subsystem.  +* 500MB of NAND flash provide program storage.  +* Persistent program storage is expandable with the micro-SD cards (not easy to see on the photo as the slot is hidden under the network connector). This interface provides bootable memory, so it is always possible to restore the camera functionality even if the system NAND will be accidentally flashed with corrupted image.  +* Largest visible component on the board is the RJ45 connector for the Gigabit Ethernet, containing all the required magnetics (transformers) that are compatible with the PoE application. The peculiar shape of the board near connector is designed that it can be used with the hardware of the sealed RJ45 connectors.  +* On the other side of the PCB under the RJ45 connector is the micro-USB connector type B (device) that can be used to implement a system console for camera software development. Additionally the USB-to-serial converter in on the 10393 board has GPIO functionality, it makes it possible to remotely reset/reboot the camera as well to as select the boot source (on the board NAND flash or external memory card). It also allows to build a fail-safe autonomous system with a camera reset-over-USB generated by a different master.  +* 10353 uses 3.3VDC as a primary power source. All other voltages required by the SoC and other subsystems are generated from this primary 3.3 by the "Secondary power module" that includes fixed and adjustable by the software (over i2c bus) voltages, some voltages (such as sensor power) can be programmatically turned on or off. Primary 3.3VDC are provided by a separate [[10385|10385 power supply board]] that can be shut down by the software and awaken by an alarm signal from the clock/calendar.  +* Clock/calendar uses a super-capacitor (large black cylinder on the bottom view photo) to provide power when the camera is turned off. This allows camera to be used to record time-lapse images during extended periods with only a battery, possibly combined with a small solar panel.  +* Extension port uses a high-density 40-pin connector to interface a [[10389|10389 Extension board]]. It provides USB (host) signals, SATA channel, system i2c and GPIO signals from the FPGA. Extension board provides:  +** SSD mass storage in m.2 SATA form-factor (up to 2260 - 22mm x 60mm).  +** USB host (micro-A) external connector.  +** eSATA/USB combo connector that can be used to connect USB flash drives, external HDD/SDD (powered externally or by USB 5.0V power) and host computer for high-speed data transfer (SATA3.0 - 6GHz)form the internal SSD storage.  +** Inter-camera external synchronization connector (2.5mm audio type).  +** Inter-camera module synchronization with a 4-conductor flex cables.  +** Two of the 10-conductor flex cable ports that carry 3.3VDC, 5.0VDC, USB, i2c and GPIO, compatible with existing [[103695|103695 IMU adapter]] and [[103696|103696 GPS adapter]] boards. Andrey.filippov

10393

Fri, 09/25/2015 - 19:41

← Older revision Revision as of 01:41, 26 September 2015 (3 intermediate revisions not shown)Line 1: Line 1: -More info to be added, starting with [[Media:10393.pdf|10393 Circuit Diagram, Parts List, PCB layout]]+[[Image:10393_top_sm.png|frame|[[Media:10393_top.jpeg|10393 board, top view]]]]  +[[Image:10393_bottom_sm.png|frame|[[Media:10393_bottom.jpeg|10393 board, bottom view]]]]  +[[Image:10393_bd.png|frame|[[Media:10393.pdf|10393 Circuit Diagram, Parts List, PCB layout]]&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; [[Media:10393_gerber.tar.gz|10353 Gerber files]]]]  +10393 is the system board of Elphel NC393 series camera. It will also replace [[10353|10353 board]] in [[Elphel_Eyesis4Pi|Eyesis4pi] and other Elphel multi-sensor cameras. It has the same physical dimensions as 10353 and may be used as an upgrade to the previous camera modules.  +   +This camera system board is designed to simultaneously support multiple sensors - both with legacy parallel interface (it is directly compatible with [[10338|10338 Sensor board]] and [[10359|10359 Sensor multiplexer board]]) and with new high-speed serial interface (up to 8 lanes + clock per each port). Sensor ports of the 10393 can be combined to interface larger/higher speed sensors, interface supply voltage is programmable in the range of 1.35V to 2.8V. All the sensor port interface signals are routed directly to the FPGA pads (22 I/O signals on each of the 4 flex cable connectors) , so the same ports can be uses for other purposes, for example to control the motors or interface IMU of the quadcopter.  +   +Block diagram below shows major parts and I/O ports of the 10393 board. Left edge of the diagram corresponds to the sensor connections, right one - to the camera back panel with external connectors, top and bottom contain inter-board connections:  +* The system is built around Xilinx Zync SoC that combines a dual-core ARM processor, a rich set of the standard peripherals and FPGA on the same chip. This combination provides high bandwidth connection between the processors and the FPGA fabric.  +* 4 identical sensor ports are 30-conductor 0.5mm pitch flex cable connectors, compatible with the earlier Elphel products. These connectors are split into two pairs, so they are closest to one short edge of the board - two on each side. Combined with an external multiplexer boards (at the expense of proportionally lower frame rate) each 10393 can work with up to 16 sensors (12 with the existing [[10359|10359 board]]).  +* 500MB of the dedicated DDR3 memory chip is connected directly to the FPGA portion of the SoC, with the 16-channel image-optimized controller it provides efficient access to the memory for simultaneous image acquisition, compression and image processing. We plan to implement such functionality as real-time image de-warping and correlation of images from multiple sensors for the 3d data extraction.  +* 1GB of DDR3 memory (2 chips providing 32-bit data bus) is uses as a system RAM for the Processor subsystem.  +* 500MB of NAND flash provide program storage.  +* Persistent program storage is expandable with the micro-SD cards (not easy to see on the photo as the slot is hidden under the network connector). This interface provides bootable memory, so it is always possible to restore the camera functionality even if the system NAND will be accidentally flashed with corrupted image.  +* Largest visible component on the board is the RJ45 connector for the Gigabit Ethernet, containing all the required magnetics (transformers) that are compatible with the PoE application. The peculiar shape of the board near connector is designed that it can be used with the hardware of the sealed RJ45 connectors.  +* On the other side of the PCB under the RJ45 connector is the micro-USB connector type B (device) that can be used to implement a system console for camera software development. Additionally the USB-to-serial converter in on the 10393 board has GPIO functionality, it makes it possible to remotely reset/reboot the camera as well to as select the boot source (on the board NAND flash or external memory card). It also allows to build a fail-safe autonomous system with a camera reset-over-USB generated by a different master. Andrey.filippov

10393

Fri, 09/25/2015 - 18:14

← Older revision Revision as of 00:14, 26 September 2015 Line 1: Line 1: -More info to be added, starting with [[Media:10393.pdf|10393 Circuit Diagram, Parts List, PCB layout]]+[[Image:10393_top_sm.png|frame|[[Media:10393_top.jpeg|10393 board, top view]]]]  +[[Image:10393_bottom_sm.png|frame|[[Media:10393_bottom.jpeg|10393 board, bottom view]]]]  +[[Image:10393_bd.png|frame|[[Media:10393.pdf|10393 Circuit Diagram, Parts List, PCB layout]]&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; [[Media:10393_gerber.tar.gz|10353 Gerber files]]]] Andrey.filippov

File:10393 gerber.tar.gz

Fri, 09/25/2015 - 18:10

uploaded "[[File:10393 gerber.tar.gz]]"

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File:10393 bottom sm.png

Fri, 09/25/2015 - 17:52

uploaded "[[File:10393 bottom sm.png]]"

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Yocto tests

Thu, 09/24/2015 - 20:40

Setup:

← Older revision Revision as of 02:40, 25 September 2015 (4 intermediate revisions not shown)Line 25: Line 25: * '''uramdisk.image.gz''' - applications * '''uramdisk.image.gz''' - applications Copy them on the micro SD card > run '''boot''' once in the u-boot command line. Copy them on the micro SD card > run '''boot''' once in the u-boot command line.  +  +  +==<font color="blue">Boot options</font>==  +a. Unpack the root file system image to RAM at boot time.  +  +Check u-boot config file.  +  +Keep '''uramdisk.image.gz''' along with other files on FAT partition.  +  +b. Keep the root file system on EXT2(EXT3,etc.) partition of SD card.  +  +Create '''uEnv.txt''' on FAT partition. ''uEnv.txt'':  + uenv_boot=fatload mmc 0 0x3F00000 ${kernel_image} && fatload mmc 0 0x3E00000 ${devicetree_image} && bootm 0x3F00000 - 0x3E00000  + uenvcmd=run uenv_boot  +  +Devicetree needs to be recompiled with changes in ''bootargs''-line:  +  +for ext2:  + root=/dev/mmcblk0p2  +for ram:  + root=/dev/ram ==<font color="blue">Setup</font>== ==<font color="blue">Setup</font>== Line 34: Line 55:   cd poky; git checkout 50e9ccb2aff7b9f9dca4fda99a6832c60f64de3b   cd poky; git checkout 50e9ccb2aff7b9f9dca4fda99a6832c60f64de3b         -  git clone -b dora https://github.com/openembedded/meta-oe.git meta-oe+  git clone -b dora https://github.com/openembedded/meta-oe.git meta-oe    + #'''has changed to git clone -b fido https://github.com/openembedded/meta-openembedded?!!!!!!!!''')   cd meta-oe; git checkout ee173678383683e972c7d4d6f0ef5790bfa50274; cd ..   cd meta-oe; git checkout ee173678383683e972c7d4d6f0ef5790bfa50274; cd ..         Line 138: Line 160: ====Notes==== ====Notes==== <font size='2'> <font size='2'>  +* Select root file system format in the recipe:  + IMAGE_FSTYPES = "tar.gz" * Current packages: * Current packages: -  ''elphel393.bb'':+  ''core-image-elphel393.bb'':   IMAGE_INSTALL = "packagegroup-core-boot python-core ${ROOTFS_PKGMANAGE_BOOTSTRAP} ${CORE_IMAGE_EXTRA_INSTALL}"   IMAGE_INSTALL = "packagegroup-core-boot python-core ${ROOTFS_PKGMANAGE_BOOTSTRAP} ${CORE_IMAGE_EXTRA_INSTALL}" * Also works: * Also works: -  ''elphel393.bb'':+  ''core-image-elphel393.bb'':   IMAGE_INSTALL = "packagegroup-core-boot ${ROOTFS_PKGMANAGE_BOOTSTRAP} ${CORE_IMAGE_EXTRA_INSTALL}"   IMAGE_INSTALL = "packagegroup-core-boot ${ROOTFS_PKGMANAGE_BOOTSTRAP} ${CORE_IMAGE_EXTRA_INSTALL}"   IMAGE_INSTALL_append = "python-core"   IMAGE_INSTALL_append = "python-core" Line 334: Line 358:   Regards,   Regards,   Nathan   Nathan  +  +==<font color="blue">Some links</font>==  +* http://picozed.org/content/microzed-how-boot-sd-card  +* http://zedboard.org/content/cannot-use-sd-card-partition-root-filesystem  +* http://architechboards-microzed.readthedocs.org/en/latest/quick.html  +* http://architechboards-microzed.readthedocs.org/en/latest/board.html  +  +1. u-boot environment variables:  +print all:  + ~: printenv  +  +setenv examples:  + ~: setenv modeboot "run uenvboot"  + ~: setenv uenvboot "fatload mmc 0 0x3000000 uEnv.txt && env import -t 0x3000000 $filesize && run uenv_boot"  +  +2. Unpack image into SD card ext2 partition:  +  +sudo tar -xzf core-image-minimal-dev-microzed.tar.gz -C /media/rootfs/ Oleg

Ezynq

Wed, 09/16/2015 - 23:35

Changed link to current repository at GitHub

← Older revision Revision as of 05:35, 17 September 2015 Line 1: Line 1: ==Decription== ==Decription== -[https://sourceforge.net/p/elphel/ezynq Ezynq] project is started to create a bootloader for systems based on the Xilinx Zynq SoC without the inconvenience of the non-free tools and/or files. The goal is not just to "free" the code, but to provide users with the higher degree of flexibility in fine-tuning of the configuration parameters.+[https://github.com/Elphel/ezynq Ezynq] project is started to create a bootloader for systems based on the Xilinx Zynq SoC without the inconvenience of the non-free tools and/or files. The goal is not just to "free" the code, but to provide users with the higher degree of flexibility in fine-tuning of the configuration parameters. ====="Free" the code part===== ====="Free" the code part===== Line 6: Line 6: * FSBL is under Xilinx's copyright * FSBL is under Xilinx's copyright * The current (2014/02/23) official SPL implementation in the [https://github.com/Xilinx/u-boot-xlnx/tree/master-next u-boot-xlnx master-next 54fee227ef141214141a226efd17ae0516deaf32] branch is FSBL-less but it requires to use the files (<b>ps7_init.c/h</b>) that come under Xilinx's copyright which makes u-boot noncompliant with its GPL license. * The current (2014/02/23) official SPL implementation in the [https://github.com/Xilinx/u-boot-xlnx/tree/master-next u-boot-xlnx master-next 54fee227ef141214141a226efd17ae0516deaf32] branch is FSBL-less but it requires to use the files (<b>ps7_init.c/h</b>) that come under Xilinx's copyright which makes u-boot noncompliant with its GPL license. -  ==Supported boards== ==Supported boards== Andrey.filippov

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