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Ixora Carrier Board

 

Ixora Carrier Board

  • Carrier Board for Apalis System on Module Family
  • Supports many connectivity and multimedia I/Os on a small form-factor
  • 125mmx90mm form factor
  • Ideal for development and mass-production

This section contains initial information needed to set-up the Ixora Carrier 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 Ixora Carrier Board:

Having trouble?

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

I/O Support

  • USB 2.0 (1x Host, 1x OTG )
  • USB 3.0 (2x Host)
  • PCIe (1x Mini PCIe)
  • I2C (2x)
  • SPI (1x)
  • UART (3x RS232)
  • PWM (4x)
  • GPIO (up to 40)
  • Analog Input (4x)
  • Ethernet (1x 10/100/1000 Mbit)
  • SATA (1x mSATA)
  • SDIO/SD/MMC (1x 4 Bit MicroSD)
  • CAN (2x)
  • LVDS (1x Dual Channel)
  • S/PDIF In/Out (1x)
  • HDMI (1x)
  • RGB (1x 24 Bit)
  • Resistive Touch (4/5-wire)
  • Capacitive Touch connector
  • Camera Parallel Interface (1x)
  • Camera Serial Interface (1x)
  • Analog Audio Line in (1x)
  • Analog Audio Mic in (1x)
  • Analog Audio Headphone out (1x)
  • RTC on Board (1x)

Ixora V1.1

Ixora V1.0

Product # Product Description Changes from Previous Version Release Date PCN Document

01331000

Ixora Carrier Board - V1.0A

Initial Release

2013-09-26

PCN Ixora Carrier Board V1.0A 2017-03-06

01331100

Ixora Carrier Board - V1.1A

Swap Apalis USBH2 with USBH3
Use Apalis MMC1 instead of SD1
Use new Micro SD cared holder (higher quality)
Use SD1 pins as GPIOs to control UART2/3_RS232_FOFF#, FACTORY_DEFAULT#, PCIE_WDISABLE#_R, LED_4_RED, and LED_4_GREEN (before MMC1 pins were used)
Add bias-circuit to the microphone input
Connect I2C to the LVDS connector X19 to support EDID
Add new connector X24 for capacitive touch controller support (compatibility with future Toradex display offerings)
Add CSI connector X28
Improve battery holder footprint
Added footprint for recovery mode jumper JP4 (not assembled)
Remove EEPROM (not assembled)
Remove CAN termination resistors
Change USB 5V regulator to supply the minimum requirement of 900mA as required by USB 3.0
Pull-up WAKE1_MICO# to 3.3V instead of 3.3V_SW
Increase the maximum power output (from 15W to 20W)