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Verdin Development Board

Verdin Development Board

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Getting Started​

This section contains initial information needed to set-up the Verdin Development 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 step-by-step Getting Started guide is not yet available for Verdin.

For detailed instructions about how to start developing your software for this Computer on Module, check out our software page. The following Linux-based offerings are currently supported:

The following Linux-based offerings will be supported soon:

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

Block Diagram​

Verdin Development Board​

Verdin Development Board Block Diagram


Verdin Development Board V1.1​

Verdin Development Board V1.1 Datasheet

Verdin Development Board V1.0​

Verdin Development Board V1.0 Datasheet

Design Resources​


V1.1 packages are compatible with the latest Verdin Family Specification. If you are planning to design a custom carrier board, please rely on them.

Verdin Specifications​

Verdin Family Specification

Verdin Development Board Mechanical Models​

A basic 3D model for the Verdin Development Board can be downloaded here.

This is a SolidWorks CAD model. You can download the free eDrawings model viewer from SolidWorks here.This is a generic STEP model that can be opened and modified in any 3D CAD.This is a generic 3D pdf model that can be opened in Adobe Reader.

Design and Layout Guide​

Altium Designer​


The Altium PCB Viewer is not yet available in the new Developer Website.
It is still available in the archived developer website.

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):

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.


Product number (PID8): 00291100:

0029: Apalis iMX6D 512MB11: Major Version 1, Minor Version 1, Version V1.1 in short00: Assembly Variant A

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

Verdin Development Board​

PN: 0156

Product #Product DescriptionChanges from Previous VersionRelease DateRelated Documents
Verdin Development Board V1.0B
Initial Release
Q1 2020
Initial release, no PCN document
Verdin Development Board V1.1A
- Implemented the changes related to the latest revision of the Verdin Family Specification
- Input voltage range changed to 7-24V Β±10%
- Replaced Micro-USB connectors with USB-C connectors
- Replaced Ethernet transceiver from Micrel KSZ9031RNXCA-QFN48 to Microchip KSZ9131RNXI
- Replaced HDMI protection from NXP Semiconductors IP4786CZ32 to STMicroelectronics HDMI2C1-14HD
- Replaced audio codec from CIRRUS WM8904CGEFL/RV to Nuvoton NAU88C22YG
- Replaced bi-directional autosensing level shifters with unidirectional level shifters
- Replaced MIPI DSI interface mezzanine connector and Type Specific mezzanine connector with LSS-130-03-L-DV-A-K-TR
- Replaced buck converters AOZ2261AQI-10 with AOZ2261AQI-15
Q2 2021

Verdin Product Family Specification Update

Verdin Development Board V1.1B
- Resolve the Bluetooth host interface strapping issue HAR-8342 (see the "Errata/Known issues" section for more details)
- Increase the power rating of the CAN bus termination resistors
- Other minor improvements
Q3 2021
Verdin Development Board V1.1C
- Don’t assemble IC25: LTC4368IDD-2#PBF power input protection IC (important note: the overvoltage, overcurrent, and undervoltage protection features are not present with this product version due to component availability constraints; extra care should be taken to ensure that the input voltage is within the range 7-24V DC Β±10%)
- Assemble D21 with VS-MBRB735-M3 (for providing reverse polarity protection)
- Allow IC36 to be assembled with either the SN65HVD01DRCR or the STR485LVQT (due to component availability constraints)
- Change the value of R165, R168, R172, and R175 from 100kOhm to 1MOhm (resolves HAR-8833, see the "Errata/Known issues" section for more details)
- Change the value of R319 from 10kOhm to 1MOhm (resolves HAR-8833, see the "Errata/Known issues" section for more details)
- Don't assemble C173 (resolves HAR-8934, see the "Errata/Known issues" section for more details)
- Don't assemble D19 (resolves HAR-8934, see the "Errata/Known issues" section for more details)
Q2 2022

Errata/Known Issues​

Errata Document​

Verdin Development Board Errata

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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