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Apalis Evaluation Board

 

Apalis Evaluation Board

  • Carrier Board for Apalis System on Module Family
  • 250x250mm form factor
  • Supports wide range of industrial & connectivity I/Os
  • Ideal for development and evaluation

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

Recommendation for a first-time order

Toradex recommends to order the following additional products for your fist-time order:


All the products can be ordered online at Toradex Webshop

Getting started for the first time?

For detailed step-by-step instructions about how to start with both, SoM and Carrier Board, please have a look at our step-by-step Getting-Started Guide:

Product-specific information for the Apalis Evaluation Board:

Having trouble?

Please contact our technical support. Various option of technical support are mentioned in the article below.

I/O Support

  • USB 3.0 (1x Host, 1xOTG)
  • PCIe (2 x1 PCIe Slot, 1x Mini PCIe)
  • USB 2.0 (4x Host )
  • I2C (3x)
  • SPI (2x)
  • UART (2x RS232, 1x RS422/485)
  • IrDA (1x)
  • PWM (4x)
  • GPIO (up to 135)
  • Analog Input (4x)
  • Ethernet (1x 10/100/1000 Mbit)
  • SATA (1x)
  • SDIO/SD/MMC (1x 8 Bit, 1x 4 Bit)
  • CAN (2x)
  • LVDS (1x Dual Channel)
  • Digital Audio
  • S/PDIF In / Out (1x)
  • HDMI (1x)
  • VGA (1x)
  • RGB (1x 24 Bit)
  • Resistive Touch (4/5-wire)
  • Camera Parallel Interface (1x)
  • Analog Audio Line in (1x)
  • Analog Audio Mic in (1x)
  • Analog Audio Headphone out (1x)
  • JTAG
  • RTC on Board (1x)
  • USB-to-RS232 Transceiver (1x)
Product # Product Description Changes from Previous Version Release Date PCN Document

01151000

Apalis Evaluation Board V1.0A

Initial Release

2013-03-15

Evaluation Product, No PCN

01151100

Apalis Evaluation Board V1.1A

  • Fixed JTAG connector issue
  • Added ESD protection to some USB and HDMI signals
  • Pull-down POWER_ENABLE_MOCI
  • Added pull-up to the FT232 TxD pin
  • The detailed revision history to this version can be found inthe Schematics on the first page
2014-09-15