Starter Kit with ATMEL AT91SAM9G45

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For an easy and quick start the package includes:

  • An Evaluation Board with power supply
  • A PEEDI debug tool with power supply
  • Windows CE 6.0
  • Eclipse – an open source IDE (screenshot)
  • GNU Tools (compiler, linker, debugger, etc.)
  • U-BOOT
  • Linux
  • KaeilOS/OpenEmbedded Distribution
  • ARM Cross Development Guide
  • Ronetix-toolset ARM – Windows Installer which includes GNU toolchain (not based on Cygwin), Eclipse + Zylin plug-in
  • Base board schematics

The Evaluation Board consists of a CPU Module PM9G45 and a Base Board BB9G45:

  • MCU: AT91SAM9G45, 400 MHz ARM926EJ-S processor
  • 128 MiB DDR2 SDRAM, 16-bit access, 133 MHz
  • 256 MiB NAND Flash (bootable, see note)
  • 4 MiB SPI Flash (bootable, optional, see note)
  • 10/100 MBit/s Ethernet
  • Serial number chip DS2401
  • MicroSD card slot
  • Audio Codec
  • LCD and Touchscreen interface
  • 7.0″ LCD Display 800×480 GATW70SP8H1R0 (optional)
  • 1x USB Host/Device OTG(On-The-Go) port
  • 1x USB Host port
  • 4x RS232
  • 1x RS485 (commutable for RS232)
  • Linear regulator for permanent 3.3V
  • Selectable power supply: 5V or 10-24V
  • Buzzer
  • Battery for the MCU backup section (optional)
  • WiFi module SPB105 or SPB106 (optional)

Note:PEEDI can easily program Flash, NAND Flash and DataFlash devices using the JTAG interface
Note: The DataFlash is optional. Get in contact with Ronetix sales for information.

Resources

🗎 SK-PM9G45 – Datasheet
📄 BB9G45 Base board Schematics
📄 Linux Install Readme
📄 AT91Bootstrap
📄 U-BOOT, the support for PM9G45 is a part of the U-BOOT mainline and the latest version can be obtained from the git repository at U-BOOT git repository
📄 Barebox, the PM9G45 support is included in the Barebox mainline, available at Barebox git repository
📄 Open Embedded Install Readme
📄 KaeilOS/OpenEmbedded Distribution
📄 Windows CE 6.0
📄 Ronetix-toolset ARM
📄 ARM Cross Development Guide
📄 Application notes
📄 Eclipse User Guide

Starter Kit with ATMEL AT91SAM9G45

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For an easy and quick start the package includes:

  • An Evaluation Board with power supply
  • A PEEDI debug tool with power supply
  • Windows CE 6.0
  • Eclipse – an open source IDE (screenshot)
  • GNU Tools (compiler, linker, debugger, etc.)
  • U-BOOT
  • Linux
  • KaeilOS/OpenEmbedded Distribution
  • ARM Cross Development Guide
  • Ronetix-toolset ARM – Windows Installer which includes GNU toolchain (not based on Cygwin), Eclipse + Zylin plug-in
  • Base board schematics

The Evaluation Board consists of a CPU Module PM9G45 and a Base Board BB9G45:

  • MCU: AT91SAM9G45, 400 MHz ARM926EJ-S processor
  • 128 MiB DDR2 SDRAM, 16-bit access, 133 MHz
  • 256 MiB NAND Flash (bootable, see note)
  • 4 MiB SPI Flash (bootable, optional, see note)
  • 10/100 MBit/s Ethernet
  • Serial number chip DS2401
  • MicroSD card slot
  • Audio Codec
  • LCD and Touchscreen interface
  • 7.0″ LCD Display 800×480 GATW70SP8H1R0 (optional)
  • 1x USB Host/Device OTG(On-The-Go) port
  • 1x USB Host port
  • 4x RS232
  • 1x RS485 (commutable for RS232)
  • Linear regulator for permanent 3.3V
  • Selectable power supply: 5V or 10-24V
  • Buzzer
  • Battery for the MCU backup section (optional)
  • WiFi module SPB105 or SPB106 (optional)

Note:PEEDI can easily program Flash, NAND Flash and DataFlash devices using the JTAG interface
Note: The DataFlash is optional. Get in contact with Ronetix sales for information.

Resources

🗎 SK-PM9G45 – Datasheet
📄 BB9G45 Base board Schematics
📄 Linux Install Readme
📄 AT91Bootstrap
📄 U-BOOT, the support for PM9G45 is a part of the U-BOOT mainline and the latest version can be obtained from the git repository at U-BOOT git repository
📄 Barebox, the PM9G45 support is included in the Barebox mainline, available at Barebox git repository
📄 Open Embedded Install Readme
📄 KaeilOS/OpenEmbedded Distribution
📄 Windows CE 6.0
📄 Ronetix-toolset ARM
📄 ARM Cross Development Guide
📄 Application notes
📄 Eclipse User Guide