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Mallow Carrier Board

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Getting Started

This section contains initial information needed to set-up the Mallow Carrier Board for the first time.

Recommendation for the first-time order

Toradex recommends ordering the following additional products for your first-time order:

All the products can be ordered online at Toradex Webshop.

Getting started

The Verdin SoMs come with Toradex Easy Installer pre-installed. Once you power-on the board, it will display a list of available images to be installed. Check out how to get started with the Toradex Easy Installer:

For quickstart step-by-step instructions about how to start using Torizon, please have a look at our step-by-step Getting-Started Guide:

The following Linux-based offerings are currently supported:

Debug UART Voltage levels

The debug UART signal levels on the Mallow carrier board are 1.8V, for more details please consult the datasheet. If you want to use USB-UART converters you should make sure that the chosen solution is compatible. It is recommend to use the FTDI TTL-232RG-VREG1V8-WE.

Additional information

For information on how to re-flash an operating system or image on the computer on module please check the Toradex Easy Installer article:

We have quick video tutorials:

For developing software on the platform, please browse through the list of knowledge-base articles provided in the link below:

Having trouble?

Please contact our technical support. Various option of technical support are mentioned below:

Hardware Features

Check the hardware features on the product page in toradex.com:

Block Diagram

Mallow Carrier Board V1.1A Block Diagram

Mallow Carrier Board V1.1A Block Diagram

Datasheets

Mallow Carrier Board V1.1

Mallow V1.1 datasheet

Design Resources

Mallow Carrier Board V1.1 Design Data

Verdin Specifications

Mallow Carrier Board V1.1A Mechanical Models

A basic 3D model for the Mallow carrier board can be downloaded here:

Design and Layout Guide

Altium Designer

Compatible Products

Revision History

Click to See the Product Numbering Scheme

Product Number (PID8) Format

The format of the 8-digits Product Number (PID8) is the following:

Product Numbering Scheme

The below table describes the structure of the Product Number (PID8):

FieldDescription
PPPP4-digits number, indicating the Product Configuration (PID4) that describes the key properties of the product (e.g. Product Group, RAM capacity, etc.)
VV2-digits number, indicating the Major and Minor Version (in that order)
AA2-digits number, indicating the Assembly Variant

See the complete list of available combinations on the Revision History table of the corresponding product page.

Example

Product number (PID8): 00291100:

0029: Apalis iMX6D 512MB
11: Major Version 1, Minor Version 1, Version V1.1 in short
00: Assembly Variant A

A specific product revision has a lifecycle defined by the product state. Learn more about it on the Product Change Notifications.

Mallow Carrier Board

PN: 0161

Product #Product DescriptionChanges from Previous VersionRelease DateRelated Documents
01611000Mallow V1.0APreliminary Version-Preliminary Version - No PCN document
01611100Mallow V1.1AInitial Public ReleaseOctober 2023Initial Release - No PCN document
01611101Mallow V1.1B- Change X6 from Phoenix Connector 1843790 to 1995787
- Change MECH15 from Phoenix Connector 1805410 to 1847055
- Allow Wurth 9774070243R as an alternative component on MECH1 and MECH2
- Allow Wurth 9774025243R as an alternative component on MECH3 and MECH4
- Add 2x Screws ISO 1481-ST 2.2x4.5C (Resolves Errata HAR-11025)
- Move to Volume PCB manufacturer
Q3 2024

Errata/Known Issues

Errata Document

Mallow Carrier Board Errata

Hardware Errata/Known issues

Migration in Progress

Issue trackers are not yet available in the new developer website. See it on the archived developer website.



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