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==Banana Pi M1==
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[[zh:香蕉派_BPI-M1]]
{{Infobox computer
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=Introduction=
| name        = Banana Pi M1
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| image      = BPI-M1.jpg
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[[File:Banana_pi_BPI-M1_1.jpg|thumb|Overview]]
| caption    = Banana Pi single board computer
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[[File:Banana_pi_BPI-M1_2.jpg|thumb|Overview]]
| developer  = [http://www.banana-pi.com Banana Pi]
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[[File:BPI-M1_3d.jpg|thumb|BPI-M1 3D ]]
| Document    = [https://bananapi.gitbooks.io/bpi-m1/content/ Gitbook]
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[[File:White-2.JPG|thumb|BPI-M1 with plastic case]]
| releasedate = {{Start date|2014|04}}
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[[File:MultiQB_front.jpg|thumb|BPI-M1/M1+ for BPI 4.0 [[Successful case]] : smart home gateway]]
| type        = [[Single-board computer]]
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[[File:IMG_3036.JPG|thumb|BPI-M1/M1+ for BPI 4.0 [[Successful case]] :3G Information security terminal]]
| soc        = [[Allwinner Technology|Allwinner]] A20<ref name="A20">{{cite web|url=http://www.allwinnertech.com/en/clq/processora/A20.html |title=A20_Allwinner Technology |publisher=Allwinnertech.com |date=2013-04-23 |accessdate=2016-07-12}}</ref>
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[[File:IMG_3085.JPG|thumb|BPI-M1/M1+ for BPI 4.0 [[Successful case]] :4G Industrial safety tablets]]
| cpu        = [[ARM Cortex-A7 MPCore|ARM Cortex-A7]] Dual-core ([[ARMv7|ARMv7-A]]) 1&nbsp;[[Hertz|GHz]]
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| graphics    = [[Mali (GPU)|Mali]]-400 MP2<ref name="arm.com">{{cite web|url=http://www.arm.com/products/multimedia/mali-graphics-hardware/mali-400-mp.php?tab=Specifications |title=Mali-400 |publisher=ARM |date= |accessdate=2016-07-12}}</ref>
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The Banana Pi BPI-M1 is a business card-sized and low-power single-board computer featuring a high performance AllWinner A20 dual-core SoC at 1 GHz, 1 GB of DDR3 SDRAM, Gigabit Ethernet, SATA, USB, and HDMI connections. It can run a variety of operating systems including Android, Lubuntu, Ubuntu, Debian, and Raspbian.
| network    = 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet, AP6181 Wi-Fi Module
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| storage    = SD card & SATA 2.0
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It is the first open source hardware launched by the banana pie team, and also a classic product with the largest cumulative sales of banana pie.There are still a lot of business clients that apply to various projects.A20 chip
| memory      = 1&nbsp;[[Gigabyte|GB]]
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| os          = [[Android (operating system)|Android]] ([[Android Jelly Bean|Android 4.2]], Android 4.4),[[Linux]] ([[Armbian]], [http://www.banana-pi.org Bananian], [[Lubuntu]], [[Raspbian]], [[Debian|Debian GNU/Linux]], [[Fedora (operating system)|Fedora]], [[Arch Linux ARM]], [[Gentoo Linux|Gentoo]], [[openSUSE]]), Berryboot, [[FreeBSD]], [[OpenWrt]]
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Banana Pi is an open platform device, it is for anyone who wants to play and build with developer technology instead of simply using consumer technology. Backed by our community, starting a project and building servers is fun and rewarding.
| weight      = 48 g
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| dimensions  = 92 mm × 60 mm
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[[File:A_BPI-M1.jpg]]
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The '''Banana Pi M1''' is a business card-sized and low-power [[single-board computer]] featuring a high performance AllWinner dual-core SoC at 1&nbsp;GHz, 1GB of DDR3 SDRAM, Gigabit Ethernet, SATA, USB, and HDMI connections. It can run a variety of operating systems including Android, Lubuntu, Ubuntu, Debian, and Raspbian.
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==Key Features==
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* Allwinner A20 Dual-core 1.0GHz CPU(option:allwinner A40i)
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* Mali-400 MP2 with Open GL ES 2.0/1.1.
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* 1 GB DDR3 memory.
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* 1x SATA interface.
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* 1x Gigabit LAN
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* 1x USB otg and 2x USB 2.0
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* 1X MIC
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* AV vide out
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* HDMI out
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* IR
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* CSI camera interface
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* DSI display interface
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* 26 PIN gpio
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==Getting Start==
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*[[Quick Start Banana pi SBC]]
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*[[Getting Started with M1]]
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=Hardware=
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==Hardware interfact==
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[[File:BPI-M1_interface.jpg]]
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==Hardware spec==
  
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
|-
 
|-
!
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| style="background: PaleTurquoise; color: black" colspan="4"| '''Banana Pi BPI-M1'''
! Banana Pi M1
 
 
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! CPU
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| CPU|| A20 ARM Cortex -A7 Dual-Core
| A20 ARM Cortex -A7 Dual-Core
 
 
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! GPU
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| GPU|| ARM Mali 400 MP2; Complies with OpenGL ES 2.0/1.1
| ARM Mali 400 MP2; Complies with OpenGL ES 2.0/1.1
 
 
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! Memory
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| Memory|| 1GB DDR3
| 1GB DDR3
 
 
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! Network
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| Network|| 10/100/1000 Ethernet [[Modular connector|8P8C]] ([[1000BASE-T]])
| 10/100/1000 Ethernet [[Modular connector|8P8C]] ([[1000BASE-T]])
 
 
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! Video Input
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| Video Input|| A CSI input connector allows for the connection of a designed camera module
| A CSI input connector allows for the connection of a designed camera module
 
 
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! Video Outputs
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| Video Outputs|| HDMI, CVBS, LVDS/RGB
| HDMI, CVBS, LVDS/RGB
 
 
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! Audio Outputs
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| Audio Outputs|| 3.5mm jack and HDMI
| 3.5mm jack and HDMI
 
 
|-
 
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! Power Source
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| Power Source|| 5 volts DC via Micro USB or GPIO
| 5 volts DC via Micro USB or GPIO
 
 
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! USB 2.0 ports
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| USB 2.0 ports|| 2 (direct from Allwinner A20 chip)
| 2 (direct from Allwinner A20 chip)
 
 
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! GPIO
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| GPIO|| GPIO, UART, I2C BUS, SPI BUS, WITH TWO CHIP SELECTS, [[CAN bus]], ADC, PWM, +3.3V, +5V, GND
| GPIO, UART, I2C BUS, SPI BUS, WITH TWO CHIP SELECTS, [[CAN bus]], ADC, PWM, +3.3V, +5V, GND
 
 
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! LED
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| LED|| Power Key & 8P8C
| Power Key & 8P8C
 
 
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! Storage
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| Storage|| SATA 2.0,  
| SATA 2.0,  
 
 
|}
 
|}
  
The Banana Pi M1 Board detailed document on [https://bananapi.gitbooks.io/bpi-m1/content/en/ Banana Pi M1 Gitbook Page]
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==电源==
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可以通过USB口或者直流电源座给BPI-UNO供电。BPI-UNO带有自动切换电源功能。
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电源引脚如下:
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Vin:电源输入引脚。当使用外部电源通过DC电源座供电时,这个引脚可以输出电源电压。
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5V:5V电源引脚。使用USB供电时,直接输出USB提供的5V电压;使用外部电源供电时,输出稳压后的5V电压。
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3V3:3.3V 电源引脚。最大输出能力为50 mA。
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GND:接地引脚
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IOREF:I/O参考电压。其他设备可通过该引脚识别开发板I/O参考电压。
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==GPIO PIN define ==
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Banana Pi BPI-M1 has a 26-pin GPIO header that matches that of the Model A and Model B Raspberry Pi. Following is the Banana Pi GPIO Pinout:
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[[File:BPI-M1_26_pin.png]]
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Note: 5V1,5V2 only support output,not support input
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'''CSI Camera Connector specification:'''
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CSI Camera Connector The CSI Camera Connector is a 40-pin FPC connector which can connect external camera module with proper signal pin mappings. The pin definitions of the CSI interface are shown as below. This is marked on the Banana Pi board as “CON1″.
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{| class="wikitable"
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|-
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| style="background: PaleTurquoise; color: black" colspan="4"| '''40 PIN GPIO of Banana pi BPI-M1'''
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|-
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| CSI GPIO Pin || Pin Name || GPIO
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| CON1 P01 || LINEINL ||
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| CON1 P02 || LINEINR ||
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| CON1 P03 || VCC-CSI ||
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| CON1 P04 || ADC\_X1 ||
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| CON1 P05 || GND ||
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| CON1 P06 || ADC\_X2 ||
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| CON1 P07 || FMINL ||
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| CON1 P08 || ADC\_Y1 ||
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| CON1 P09 || FMINR ||
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| CON1 P10 || ADC\_Y2 ||
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| CON1 P11 || GND ||
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| CON1 P12 || CSI-FLASH || PH17
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| CON1 P13 || LRADC0 ||
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| CON1 P14 || TWI1-SDA || PB19
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| CON1 P15 || LRADC1 ||
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| CON1 P16 || TWI1-SCK || PB18
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| CON1 P17 || CSI-D0 || PE4
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| CON1 P18 || CSI0-STBY-EN || PH19
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| CON1 P19 || CSI0-D1 || PE5
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| CON1 P20 || CSI-PCLK || PE0
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| CON1 P21 || CSI-D2 || PE6
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| CON1 P22 || CSI0-PWR-EN || PH16
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| CON1 P23 || CSI-D3 || PE7
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| CON1 P24 || CSI0-MCLK || PE1
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| CON1 P25 || CSI-D4 || PE8
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| CON1 P26 || CSI0-RESET\# || PH14
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| CON1 P27 || CSI-D5 || PE9
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| CON1 P28 || CSI-VSYNC || PE3
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| CON1 P29 || CSI-D6 || PE10
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| CON1 P30 || CSI-HSYNC || PE2
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| CON1 P31 || CSI-D7 || PE11
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| CON1 P32 || CSI1-STBY-EN || PH18
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| CON1 P33 || RESET\# ||
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| CON1 P34 || CSI1-RESET\# || PH13
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| CON1 P35 || CSI-IO0 || PH11
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| CON1 P36 || HPR ||
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| CON1 P37 || HPL ||
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| CON1 P38 || IPSOUT ||
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| CON1 P39 || GND ||
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| CON1 P40 || IPSOUT ||
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|}
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'''LVDS \(LCD display interface\)'''
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The LVDS Connector is a 40-pin FPC connector which can connect external LCD panel \(LVDS\) and touch screen \(I2C\) module as well. The pin definitions of this connector are shown as below. This is marked on the Banana Pi board as “CON2″.
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{| class="wikitable"
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|-
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| style="background: PaleTurquoise; color: black" colspan="4"| '''LVDS  GPIO of Banana pi BPI-M1'''
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| LVDS Pin || Pin Name || Multiplex Function Select || GPIO
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| || ||Multi 1 || Multi 2
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| CON2 P01 || IPSOUT\(5V output\) || ||
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| CON2 P02 || TWI3-SDA || || PI1
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| CON2 P03 || IPSOUT\(5V output\) || ||
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| CON2 P04 || TWI3-SCK || || PI0
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| CON2 P05 || GND || ||
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| CON2 P06 || LCD0-IO0 || || PH7
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| CON2 P07 || LCDIO-03 || || PH12
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| CON2 P08 || LCD0-IO1 || || PH8
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| CON2 P09 || LCD0-D0 || LVDS0-VP0 || PD0
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| CON2 P10 || PWM0 || || PB2
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| CON2 P11 || LCD0-D1 || LVDS0-VN0 || PD1
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| CON2 P12 || LCD0-IO2 || || PH9
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| CON2 P13 || LCD0-D2 || LVDS0-VP1 || PD2
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| CON2 P14 || LCD0-DE || || PD25
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| CON2 P15 || LCD0-D3 || LVDS0-VN1 || PD3
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| CON2 P16 || LCD0-VSYNC || || PD27 |
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| CON2 P17 || LCD0-D4 || LVDS0-VP2 || PD4
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| CON2 P18 || LCD0-HSYNC || || PD26 |
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| CON2 P19 || LCD0-D5 || LVDS0-VN2 || PD5
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| CON2 P20 || LCD0-CS || || PH6 |
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| CON2 P21 || LCD0-D6 || LVDS0-VPC || PD6
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| CON2 P22 || LCD0-CLK || || PD24
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| CON2 P23 || LCD0-D7 || LVDS0-VNC || PD7
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| CON2 P24 || GND || ||
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| CON2 P25 || LCD0-D8 || LVDS0-VP3 || PD8
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| CON2 P26 || LCD0-D23 || || PD23
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| CON2 P27 || LCD0-D9 || LVDS0-VN3 || PD9
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| CON2 P28 || LCD0-D22 || || PD22
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| CON2 P29 || LCD0-D10 || || PD10
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| CON2 P30 || LCD0-D21 || || PD21
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|-
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| CON2 P31 || LCD0-D11 || || PD11
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| CON2 P32 || LCD0-D20 || || PD20
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| CON2 P33 ||LCD0-D12 || || PD12
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| CON2 P34 || LCD0-D19 || || PD19
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|-
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| CON2 P35 || LCD0-D13 || || PD13
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| CON2 P36 || LCD0-D18 || || PD18
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|-
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| CON2 P37 || LCD0-D14 || || PD14
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| CON2 P38 || LCD0-D17 || || PD17
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| CON2 P39 || LCD0-D15 || || PD15
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| CON2 P40 || LCD0-D16 || || PD16
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|}
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'''UART specification:'''
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The jumper J11 is the UART interface. For developers of Banana Pi, this is an easy way to get the UART console output to check the system status and log message.
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{| class="wikitable"
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| style="background: PaleTurquoise; color: black" colspan="4"| '''Jumper J11 of Banana pi BPI-M1'''
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| J11 Pin || Pin Name || Multiplex Function Select || GPIO
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| || || Multi 1 || Multi 2
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| J11 Pin1 || TXD || UART0-TX || PB22
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| J11 Pin2 || RXD || UART0-RX || PB23
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|-
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|}
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The jumper J12 provides the power source including 3.3V and 5V. There is a pair of UART TX/RX signals output here.
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{| class="wikitable"
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| style="background: PaleTurquoise; color: black" colspan="4"| '''Jumper J12 of Banana pi BPI-M1'''
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| J12 Pin || Pin Name || Multiplex Function Select || GPIO
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| ||  ||Multi 1 || Multi 2
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| J12 Pin1 || 5V || ||
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| J12 Pin2 || 3.3V || ||
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| J12 Pin3 || NC || IO-7 || PH5
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| J12 Pin4 || RXD || UART7\_RX || PI21
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| J12 Pin5 || NC ||IO-8 || PH3
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| J12 Pin6 || TXD || UART7\_TX || PI20
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| J12 Pin7 || GND || ||
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| J12 Pin8 || GND || ||
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'''All GPIO define list:'''
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[[File:BPI-M1_all_pin.png]]
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=Software=
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=Development=
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==Basic Development==
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=Resources=
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==Source code==
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* Source code on github : https://github.com/BPI-SINOVOIP/BPI-M1-bsp
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* Android 4.4 source code
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* RetroPie on Banana Pi M1 (SD image + manual install):http://forum.banana-pi.org/t/retropie-on-banana-pi-m1-sd-image-manual-install/11303?u=sinovoip
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==Documents==
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* schematic diagram: [https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B4PAo2nW2KfnflVqbjJGTFlFTTd1b1o1OUxDNk5ackVDM0RNUjBpZ0FQU19SbDk1MngzZWM&usp=sharing&tid=0B4PAo2nW2Kfndjh6SW9MS2xKSWs google drive]
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* BPI-M1 DXF file download link : [https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B4PAo2nW2Kfnfkd0QmxaU3F2bHBWdkFiS09vT3VoZkVyNW93OXFjM0dHRVdGazhRWmFzZDQ&usp=sharing&tid=0B4PAo2nW2Kfndjh6SW9MS2xKSWs google drive]
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*BPI-M1 3D design file download link :[https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B4PAo2nW2Kfnfl95clI4ZzRKUmRENWhMcmwzUlVrYW1Ic3BXZENtUjJQcjk5TXc0RHBKdlU&usp=sharing&tid=0B4PAo2nW2Kfndjh6SW9MS2xKSWs google drive]
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*CE FCC RoHS : [https://bananapi.gitbooks.io/bpi-m1/content/en/bpi-m1_ce_fcc_rohs_certification.html BPI-M1 CE,FCC,RoHS ]
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*Arch linux wiki for BPI-M1:https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Banana_Pi
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*Nas for BPI-M1/BPI-M1+ : https://www.hackster.io/jeffbaocai/bananapi-pro-nas-0815dc?ref=platform&ref_id=8064_popular___&offset=3
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*NetBSD/evbarm on Allwinner SoCs : https://wiki.netbsd.org/ports/evbarm/allwinner/#index1h1
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*Gentoo for banana pi : https://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/Banana_Pi_the_Gentoo_Way
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*openSUSE for banana pi : https://en.opensuse.org/HCL:BananaPi
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*How to booting from SSD using Lubuntu / Raspbian :https://bananapi.gitbooks.io/bpi-m1/content/en/howtobootingfromssdusinglubunturaspbian.html
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*Building the cluster on BPI : https://www.hackster.io/Penguinfly/banana-pi-cluster-47d566
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* Allwinner documents:
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::allwinner chip online datasheet and documents: http://dl.linux-sunxi.org/
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=Image Release=
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==Android 4.4==
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*2018-07-28 update android 4.4 LCD version image
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::Features Map:http://wiki.banana-pi.org/M1_Image_Map
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::Baidu Drive:https://pan.baidu.com/s/1DfSIiMvW_I-kFjTZMtcVsA
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::Google Drive: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1qcH9baIhOphsDdlH_yBADuBiZsvrSKnt
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::Forum pthtread :http://forum.banana-pi.org/t/bananapi-m1-m1p-r1-new-image-release-20180728/6357
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* Release Date: 2018-07-26
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::Baidu Drive: https://pan.baidu.com/s/1HErsANQ4PsnwQJ-tH0AdTg
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::Google Drive:
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==Ubuntu Server==
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*2018-7-28 update :Ubuntu Server16.04 HDMI Version Image Link:
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::Features Map:http://wiki.banana-pi.org/M1_Image_Map
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::Baidu Drive: https://pan.baidu.com/s/1GYH8oDK3T_WcUFn-0t9YmQ
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::Google Drive: https://drive.google.com/open?id=13XTvWe90yvRdqNWiKCLZ0HcMgo33y2r6
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::Forum pthtread :http://forum.banana-pi.org/t/bananapi-m1-m1p-r1-new-image-release-20180728/6357
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* Release Date: 2018-07-26
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::Baidu Drive: https://pan.baidu.com/s/1Tw_99XBZVOmKyavNxCXv3w
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::Google Drive:
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==Debian Linux==
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*2019-9-18 update. Debian 10 buster mate desktop with grub support (boot-2019.07 + kernel 5.1.1)
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::google driver:https://drive.google.com/file/d/1uGYn3BZ9k1K1iqmmZhlCy6pXeeNwfU6P/view?usp=sharing
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::forum pthread:http://forum.banana-pi.org/t/bpi-m1-m1-r1-new-image-debian-10-buster-mate-desktop-with-grub-support-boot-2019-07-kernel-5-1-1/9916
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== Armbian image ==
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*Armbian Xenial and Armbian Jessie
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::Image lownload link :https://www.armbian.com/bananapi/
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==OpenWRT==
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===Officeal OpenWRT===
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*BPI-M1/BPI-M1+/BPI-R1 use A20 chip,so easy to run openwrt
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*wiki : https://wiki.openwrt.org/toh/lamobo/r1
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*openwrt support for allwinner :https://wiki.openwrt.org/doc/hardware/soc/soc.allwinner.sunxi?s[]=banana&s[]=pi
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*image download : https://downloads.openwrt.org/chaos_calmer/15.05/sunxi/generic/uboot-sunxi-Lamobo_R1/
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*opwrt for Allwinner Soc : https://wiki.openwrt.org/doc/hardware/soc/soc.allwinner.sunxi?s[]=banana&amp;s[]=pi
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===BPI BSP for OpenWRT===
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*How to build OpenWRT image from github : https://bananapi.gitbooks.io/bpi-m1/content/en/howtobuildopenwrtimagefromgithub.html
 +
 
 +
==FreeBSD==
 +
 
 +
FreeBSD on Allwinner (sunxi) systems for banana pi
 +
 
 +
Banana pi as the official partner of Allwinner , must banana pi product use Allwinner chip design . such as A20/A31S/H3/H2+/A64/A83T , and FreeBSD have support many Allwinner . so easy to use on banana pi board.
 +
*Allwinner A20 (sun7i), a dual-core Cortex-A7 BPI-M1/BPI-M1+/BPI-R1
 +
*Allwinner A31 and A31s (sun6i), a quad-core Cortex-A7 BPI-M2
 +
*Allwinner A64 (sun50i), a quad-core Cortex-A53 BPI-M64
 +
*Allwinner A83T (sun8i), an octa-core Cortex-A7 BPI-M3
 +
*Allwinner H3 (sun8i), a quad-core Cortex-A7 BPI-M2+/BPI-M2+ EDU/
 +
 
 +
https://wiki.freebsd.org/FreeBSD/arm/Allwinner
 +
 
 +
==OpenSuse==
 +
*inmage and how to : https://bananapi.gitbooks.io/bpi-m1/content/en/opensuse.html
 +
 
 +
==OpenMediaVault==
 +
*inmage and how to : https://bananapi.gitbooks.io/bpi-m1/content/en/openmediavault.html
 +
 
 +
==Arch Linux==
 +
*inmage and how to : https://bananapi.gitbooks.io/bpi-m1/content/en/arch_linux.html
 +
 
 +
==Gentoo Linux==
 +
*Gentoo Linux have officeal support banana pi BPI-M1, so you also can use on BPI-M1+,and BPI-R1, all is base on allwinner A20 chip.
 +
*gentoo linux wiki : https://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/Banana_Pi_the_Gentoo_Way
 +
 
 +
==RaspBSD==
 +
*inmage and how to :  https://bananapi.gitbooks.io/bpi-m1/content/en/raspbsdonbpi-m1.html
 +
 
 +
==CentOS==
 +
*inmage and how to :  https://bananapi.gitbooks.io/bpi-m1/content/en/centos7linuxforbpi.html
 +
 
 +
==DietPi==
 +
*inmage and how to : https://bananapi.gitbooks.io/bpi-m1/content/en/dietpi.html
 +
 
 +
==FreeBSD/NetBSD==
 +
*inmage and how to : https://bananapi.gitbooks.io/bpi-m1/content/en/freebsdnetbsd.html
 +
 
 +
==Lakka TV==
 +
*Banana Pi M2+ with H3 chip
 +
*Banana Pi M3 with A83T chip
 +
*BPI-M1 and BPI-M1+ use A20 chip
 +
*more about this : https://bananapi.gitbooks.io/bpi-m3/content/en/lakkatv.html
 +
 
 +
http://mirror.lakka.tv/nightly/
 +
 
 +
==Simplenas==
 +
*simplenas image : https://simplenas.com/download/other/banana-pi-m1
  
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=FAQ=
Neither Banana Pi nor Shenzhen SINOVOIP Co.,Ltd. have a direct relationship to the [[Raspberry Pi Foundation]], though its similarities are clear.<ref>{{cite news |url=http://www.techrepublic.com/pictures/raspberry-pi-five-alternative-boards-for-hackers-and-modders/5/ |title=Raspberry Pi: Five alternatives for hackers and modders |newspaper=TechRepublic |last=Heath |first=Nick |date=21 May 2014}}</ref> "Linux User & Developer" does not consider it a "direct clone, but a considerable evolution," whilst linux.com similarly sees it as a clone with improved performance.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.linuxuser.co.uk/reviews/banana-pi-review-tastier-than-raspberry |title=Banana Pi review – tastier than Raspberry? |website=Linux User & Developer |first=Gareth |last=Halfacree}}</ref><ref>{{cite news |url=http://www.linux.com/news/embedded-mobile/mobile-linux/771048-raspberry-pi-clones-match-the-connectors-but-boost-the-firepower |title=Raspberry Pi Clones Match the Connectors, But Boost the Firepower |first=Eric |last=Brown |newspaper=Linux News |date=24 April 2014 }}</ref>  The board layout is very similar to the Raspberry Pi board, though it's about 10% larger and the relative spacing of some connectors varies. Not all Raspberry Pi accessories will fit as a result.
 

Latest revision as of 00:12, 13 July 2020

Introduction

Overview
Overview
BPI-M1 3D
BPI-M1 with plastic case
BPI-M1/M1+ for BPI 4.0 Successful case : smart home gateway
BPI-M1/M1+ for BPI 4.0 Successful case :3G Information security terminal
BPI-M1/M1+ for BPI 4.0 Successful case :4G Industrial safety tablets

The Banana Pi BPI-M1 is a business card-sized and low-power single-board computer featuring a high performance AllWinner A20 dual-core SoC at 1 GHz, 1 GB of DDR3 SDRAM, Gigabit Ethernet, SATA, USB, and HDMI connections. It can run a variety of operating systems including Android, Lubuntu, Ubuntu, Debian, and Raspbian.

It is the first open source hardware launched by the banana pie team, and also a classic product with the largest cumulative sales of banana pie.There are still a lot of business clients that apply to various projects.A20 chip

Banana Pi is an open platform device, it is for anyone who wants to play and build with developer technology instead of simply using consumer technology. Backed by our community, starting a project and building servers is fun and rewarding.

A BPI-M1.jpg

Key Features

  • Allwinner A20 Dual-core 1.0GHz CPU(option:allwinner A40i)
  • Mali-400 MP2 with Open GL ES 2.0/1.1.
  • 1 GB DDR3 memory.
  • 1x SATA interface.
  • 1x Gigabit LAN
  • 1x USB otg and 2x USB 2.0
  • 1X MIC
  • AV vide out
  • HDMI out
  • IR
  • CSI camera interface
  • DSI display interface
  • 26 PIN gpio

Getting Start

Hardware

Hardware interfact

BPI-M1 interface.jpg

Hardware spec

Banana Pi BPI-M1
CPU A20 ARM Cortex -A7 Dual-Core
GPU ARM Mali 400 MP2; Complies with OpenGL ES 2.0/1.1
Memory 1GB DDR3
Network 10/100/1000 Ethernet 8P8C (1000BASE-T)
Video Input A CSI input connector allows for the connection of a designed camera module
Video Outputs HDMI, CVBS, LVDS/RGB
Audio Outputs 3.5mm jack and HDMI
Power Source 5 volts DC via Micro USB or GPIO
USB 2.0 ports 2 (direct from Allwinner A20 chip)
GPIO GPIO, UART, I2C BUS, SPI BUS, WITH TWO CHIP SELECTS, CAN bus, ADC, PWM, +3.3V, +5V, GND
LED Power Key & 8P8C
Storage SATA 2.0,

电源

可以通过USB口或者直流电源座给BPI-UNO供电。BPI-UNO带有自动切换电源功能。 电源引脚如下: Vin:电源输入引脚。当使用外部电源通过DC电源座供电时,这个引脚可以输出电源电压。 5V:5V电源引脚。使用USB供电时,直接输出USB提供的5V电压;使用外部电源供电时,输出稳压后的5V电压。 3V3:3.3V 电源引脚。最大输出能力为50 mA。 GND:接地引脚 IOREF:I/O参考电压。其他设备可通过该引脚识别开发板I/O参考电压。

GPIO PIN define

Banana Pi BPI-M1 has a 26-pin GPIO header that matches that of the Model A and Model B Raspberry Pi. Following is the Banana Pi GPIO Pinout:

BPI-M1 26 pin.png

Note: 5V1,5V2 only support output,not support input

CSI Camera Connector specification:

CSI Camera Connector The CSI Camera Connector is a 40-pin FPC connector which can connect external camera module with proper signal pin mappings. The pin definitions of the CSI interface are shown as below. This is marked on the Banana Pi board as “CON1″.

40 PIN GPIO of Banana pi BPI-M1
CSI GPIO Pin Pin Name GPIO
CON1 P01 LINEINL
CON1 P02 LINEINR
CON1 P03 VCC-CSI
CON1 P04 ADC\_X1
CON1 P05 GND
CON1 P06 ADC\_X2
CON1 P07 FMINL
CON1 P08 ADC\_Y1
CON1 P09 FMINR
CON1 P10 ADC\_Y2
CON1 P11 GND
CON1 P12 CSI-FLASH PH17
CON1 P13 LRADC0
CON1 P14 TWI1-SDA PB19
CON1 P15 LRADC1
CON1 P16 TWI1-SCK PB18
CON1 P17 CSI-D0 PE4
CON1 P18 CSI0-STBY-EN PH19
CON1 P19 CSI0-D1 PE5
CON1 P20 CSI-PCLK PE0
CON1 P21 CSI-D2 PE6
CON1 P22 CSI0-PWR-EN PH16
CON1 P23 CSI-D3 PE7
CON1 P24 CSI0-MCLK PE1
CON1 P25 CSI-D4 PE8
CON1 P26 CSI0-RESET\# PH14
CON1 P27 CSI-D5 PE9
CON1 P28 CSI-VSYNC PE3
CON1 P29 CSI-D6 PE10
CON1 P30 CSI-HSYNC PE2
CON1 P31 CSI-D7 PE11
CON1 P32 CSI1-STBY-EN PH18
CON1 P33 RESET\#
CON1 P34 CSI1-RESET\# PH13
CON1 P35 CSI-IO0 PH11
CON1 P36 HPR
CON1 P37 HPL
CON1 P38 IPSOUT
CON1 P39 GND
CON1 P40 IPSOUT


LVDS \(LCD display interface\)

The LVDS Connector is a 40-pin FPC connector which can connect external LCD panel \(LVDS\) and touch screen \(I2C\) module as well. The pin definitions of this connector are shown as below. This is marked on the Banana Pi board as “CON2″.

LVDS GPIO of Banana pi BPI-M1
LVDS Pin Pin Name Multiplex Function Select GPIO
Multi 1 Multi 2
CON2 P01 IPSOUT\(5V output\)
CON2 P02 TWI3-SDA PI1
CON2 P03 IPSOUT\(5V output\)
CON2 P04 TWI3-SCK PI0
CON2 P05 GND
CON2 P06 LCD0-IO0 PH7
CON2 P07 LCDIO-03 PH12
CON2 P08 LCD0-IO1 PH8
CON2 P09 LCD0-D0 LVDS0-VP0 PD0
CON2 P10 PWM0 PB2
CON2 P11 LCD0-D1 LVDS0-VN0 PD1
CON2 P12 LCD0-IO2 PH9
CON2 P13 LCD0-D2 LVDS0-VP1 PD2
CON2 P14 LCD0-DE PD25
CON2 P15 LCD0-D3 LVDS0-VN1 PD3
CON2 P16 LCD0-VSYNC
CON2 P17 LCD0-D4 LVDS0-VP2 PD4
CON2 P18 LCD0-HSYNC
CON2 P19 LCD0-D5 LVDS0-VN2 PD5
CON2 P20 LCD0-CS
CON2 P21 LCD0-D6 LVDS0-VPC PD6
CON2 P22 LCD0-CLK PD24
CON2 P23 LCD0-D7 LVDS0-VNC PD7
CON2 P24 GND
CON2 P25 LCD0-D8 LVDS0-VP3 PD8
CON2 P26 LCD0-D23 PD23
CON2 P27 LCD0-D9 LVDS0-VN3 PD9
CON2 P28 LCD0-D22 PD22
CON2 P29 LCD0-D10 PD10
CON2 P30 LCD0-D21 PD21
CON2 P31 LCD0-D11 PD11
CON2 P32 LCD0-D20 PD20
CON2 P33 LCD0-D12 PD12
CON2 P34 LCD0-D19 PD19
CON2 P35 LCD0-D13 PD13
CON2 P36 LCD0-D18 PD18
CON2 P37 LCD0-D14 PD14
CON2 P38 LCD0-D17 PD17
CON2 P39 LCD0-D15 PD15
CON2 P40 LCD0-D16 PD16

UART specification:

The jumper J11 is the UART interface. For developers of Banana Pi, this is an easy way to get the UART console output to check the system status and log message.

Jumper J11 of Banana pi BPI-M1
J11 Pin Pin Name Multiplex Function Select GPIO
Multi 1 Multi 2
J11 Pin1 TXD UART0-TX PB22
J11 Pin2 RXD UART0-RX PB23


The jumper J12 provides the power source including 3.3V and 5V. There is a pair of UART TX/RX signals output here.

Jumper J12 of Banana pi BPI-M1
J12 Pin Pin Name Multiplex Function Select GPIO
Multi 1 Multi 2
J12 Pin1 5V
J12 Pin2 3.3V
J12 Pin3 NC IO-7 PH5
J12 Pin4 RXD UART7\_RX PI21
J12 Pin5 NC IO-8 PH3
J12 Pin6 TXD UART7\_TX PI20
J12 Pin7 GND
J12 Pin8 GND

All GPIO define list:

BPI-M1 all pin.png

Software

Development

Basic Development

Resources

Source code

Documents

allwinner chip online datasheet and documents: http://dl.linux-sunxi.org/

Image Release

Android 4.4

  • 2018-07-28 update android 4.4 LCD version image
Features Map:http://wiki.banana-pi.org/M1_Image_Map
Baidu Drive:https://pan.baidu.com/s/1DfSIiMvW_I-kFjTZMtcVsA
Google Drive: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1qcH9baIhOphsDdlH_yBADuBiZsvrSKnt
Forum pthtread :http://forum.banana-pi.org/t/bananapi-m1-m1p-r1-new-image-release-20180728/6357
  • Release Date: 2018-07-26
Baidu Drive: https://pan.baidu.com/s/1HErsANQ4PsnwQJ-tH0AdTg
Google Drive:

Ubuntu Server

  • 2018-7-28 update :Ubuntu Server16.04 HDMI Version Image Link:
Features Map:http://wiki.banana-pi.org/M1_Image_Map
Baidu Drive: https://pan.baidu.com/s/1GYH8oDK3T_WcUFn-0t9YmQ
Google Drive: https://drive.google.com/open?id=13XTvWe90yvRdqNWiKCLZ0HcMgo33y2r6
Forum pthtread :http://forum.banana-pi.org/t/bananapi-m1-m1p-r1-new-image-release-20180728/6357
  • Release Date: 2018-07-26
Baidu Drive: https://pan.baidu.com/s/1Tw_99XBZVOmKyavNxCXv3w
Google Drive:

Debian Linux

  • 2019-9-18 update. Debian 10 buster mate desktop with grub support (boot-2019.07 + kernel 5.1.1)
google driver:https://drive.google.com/file/d/1uGYn3BZ9k1K1iqmmZhlCy6pXeeNwfU6P/view?usp=sharing
forum pthread:http://forum.banana-pi.org/t/bpi-m1-m1-r1-new-image-debian-10-buster-mate-desktop-with-grub-support-boot-2019-07-kernel-5-1-1/9916

Armbian image

  • Armbian Xenial and Armbian Jessie
Image lownload link :https://www.armbian.com/bananapi/

OpenWRT

Officeal OpenWRT

BPI BSP for OpenWRT

FreeBSD

FreeBSD on Allwinner (sunxi) systems for banana pi

Banana pi as the official partner of Allwinner , must banana pi product use Allwinner chip design . such as A20/A31S/H3/H2+/A64/A83T , and FreeBSD have support many Allwinner . so easy to use on banana pi board.

  • Allwinner A20 (sun7i), a dual-core Cortex-A7 BPI-M1/BPI-M1+/BPI-R1
  • Allwinner A31 and A31s (sun6i), a quad-core Cortex-A7 BPI-M2
  • Allwinner A64 (sun50i), a quad-core Cortex-A53 BPI-M64
  • Allwinner A83T (sun8i), an octa-core Cortex-A7 BPI-M3
  • Allwinner H3 (sun8i), a quad-core Cortex-A7 BPI-M2+/BPI-M2+ EDU/

https://wiki.freebsd.org/FreeBSD/arm/Allwinner

OpenSuse

OpenMediaVault

Arch Linux

Gentoo Linux

RaspBSD

CentOS

DietPi

FreeBSD/NetBSD

Lakka TV

http://mirror.lakka.tv/nightly/

Simplenas

FAQ