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SBC GNU/Linux boards with (RPI)-CSI-2 interface?

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I know the RPI and CM4 have a CSI-2 interace (camera in).
I wonder if there are other SBCs with the same interace  :o :o :o

RPI: CSI-2: 15pin, 2 chs
CM4: CSI-2: 22pin, 4 chs

I don't have a specific recommendation, but this guy has reviewed loads of SBC's.
Maybe one of these is suitable.


--- Quote from: woofy on October 19, 2023, 02:47:14 pm ---ExplainingComputers

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Yup. I will check, and probably also ask on his channel.the ideal scenario would be:
s/ATA port, CSI-2 port, serial port, Ethernet 1000Mbps port, without other things I don't need.

Nominal Animal:
Not all MIPI CSI camera modules are compatible with all boards.  Many Allwinner and Rockchip SoCs do have MIPI CSI buses.

Odroid M1 (see 5MP OV5647 kit), and various Orange Pi models do have MIPI CSI connectors. I think Orange Pi 4 (including Orange Pi CM4 with the base board) can support two CSI cameras simultaneously.

--- Quote from: DiTBho on October 19, 2023, 03:09:43 pm ---s/ATA port, CSI-2 port, serial port, Ethernet 1000Mbps port, without other things I don't need.
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Weeeeeeell, Odroid M1 has PCIe NVME M.2 2280 SSD slot, SATA + Power (but 5V only),  MIPI CSI 2-lane, MIPI DSI for an LCD display, 10/100/1000 Ethernet, UART for system console, two additional UARTs on pins (one with RTS/CTS hardware handshaking if desired; all digital pins use 3.3V logic, analog pins are limited to 1.8V), NPU for camera processing via TensorFlow Lite and ONNX, <5W power consumption.  For connecting to other via UART (as opposed to RS-232), I do recommend using TI ISO6721 isolators (my example board) that also acts as a level shifter.  For true RS-232, you'll also want a transceiver per UART, for example the Waveshare RS232.


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