Devices and peripherals on an iMX Kit

The table below lists resources that describe how to work with peripherals and devices on an iMX Developer’s Kit.

We also have a documentation index for all COM board related documentation.

Document/Page Description
Display Solutions for COM boards This page contains an overview of which display interfaces that are available and different ways of connecting a display to a COM board.
Adding Displays to iMX Developer’s Kits This document contains detailed instructions of how to add displays to an iMX Developer’s Kit.
Getting Started with M.2 modules This document is a QuickStart guide to get started with Wi-Fi/BT M.2 modules.
Note: Only valid for iMX Developer’s Kit V2 (that has the M.2 connector).
Wireless Communication on iMX Developer’s Kits This document describes different ways to add wireless devices to an iMX Developer’s Kit.
Note: Valid for iMX Developer’s Kit (that has the mPCIe connector) and to some extent also valid for iMX Developer’s Kit V2.
How to use a Camera with an iMX Developer’s Kit This document describes how you can connect and work with a camera on an iMX Developer’s Kit.
Using interface and peripherals on iMX Developer’s Kit This document describes how you can, from Linux and u-boot, access and test different interfaces and peripherals on an iMX Developer’s Kit.
How to Program OTP Fuses on iMX COM boards This document describes how you can program and access OTP fuses on Embedded Artists iMX based COM boards.
How to use the eMMC This document describes different ways of retrieving information about the eMMC, but also how to change boot partition and convert the user area to enhanced mode (SLC).
Boot times and optimization This document shows the boot times for the iMX6, iMX7 and iMX8 COM boards. There is also a section exploring boot time optimization.
Power consumption, sleep and wake-up This document shows power consumption for the iMX6, iMX7 and iMX8 COM boards. There are also sections explaining how to put the board into a power-down mode as well as a description of which wake-up sources that are available.