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.
|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 (from Linux v5.4)||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.|