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eInfochips 410: EIC-Q410-210

EInfochips’ EIC-Q410-210 is a Development Kit consisting of EIC-Q410-200 Nano SoM and a state of the art connector-less carrier board that interfaces the SoM via edge castellation for an added cost and size benefit. We also offer add on modules forLCD, Camera and Audio that can be purchased as per your requirement. Its modular design combined with feature rich technology, empowers engineers and developers looking for creating next generation embedded and IoT devices with performance, features and power efficiency. The Kit support Android 5.1 (Lollipop), Linux (Linaro 15.09) and Windows10 (In Development) support package.

*Out of stock. M.O.Q. 500 units. The standard lead-time is 36 weeks.

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SOM PART Number EIC –Q410-200 SOM
Interface Edge Castellation
On Board Peripherals
Ethernet Gigabit Ethernet
Wifi+ Bluetooth Antenna 1x On chip Wi-Fi + BT antenna 1x External Antenna
GPS Antenna 1x GPS (optional mount)
RS232 Board Debug
SD 1x microSD Card Connector
USB 1x OTG or 2x Host
HDMI v1.4a 1920 x 1080
Serial Expansion Connector 4xI2C 2xSPI 2xUART 7xGPIOS
Camera Connector CSI1 x 2Lane CSI0 x 4Lane
Display Connector 1x DSI Display Connector
JTAG For testing & Debugging
Additional UARTs/SPI/I2C/GPIO
Audio Codec I2S for audio Interface - 1 Headset with mic - 2 Analog Mic - 1 Speaker
OS Support
Linux Yes (Linux Kernel 3.19 or higher)
Android Yes (Android Lollipop 5.01.01)
Windows Yes (In development)
SoM Interface Edge Castellation
Dimensions (W x L x H) Carrier board: 100mm x 72mm SoM: 26mm x 35mm x 2mm
Supply voltage +12V/3A Main Supply
Digital I/O voltage 1.8 V
Ambient Temperature Range -35 to +75°C

Development Kit Block Diagram


eInfochips 410 Technical Datasheet Download

Hardware Reference Manual Download

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Quick Start Guide

Chipset Overview

Android User Guide

Linux User Guide

Environment Setup Guide

User Manual

SOM HDMI BRIDGE BOARD 17 00278 02-410

SOM LCD INTERFACE Board 16 00284 02-410

Som Carrier 16 00275 02-410

SoftwareReleaseNotes Android 1 0-410

SoftwareReleaseNotes Linux_15 09 1 0-410

1. What are the accessories available?
Please refer Accessories tab.
2. Does the board support a cellular or GSM connection?
The eInfochips 410 does not include support for a wireless modem. Third party cellular modem dongles can be connected to this platform via USB ports and may require special drivers from the respective manufacturers.
3. What are the capabilities of the video Decoder/Encoder?
  • Video Encode
    • H.264 baseline / MPEG-4  (720p/30fps)
    • MPEG4/H2.64/VP8/H2.63 (1080P/30fps)
  • Video Decode
    • H.264/H.263/DivX/MPEG2/VC1/Soreson/VP8(1080p/30fps)
    • H.264/H.263/DivX/MPEG2/VC1/Soreson/VP8)
    • WDF 1080p/30fps
4. How to use ADB along with some USB device?
ADB over Wi-Fi may be used if USB device and adb both are expected to work simultaneously.
5. How to switch display form LCD to HDMI and vice-versa?
eInfochips 410 Supports dual display, it Supports LCD/HDMI switching via "oem select-display-panel".
To switch from LCD to HDMI mode:
  1. $ adb reboot bootloader
  2. $ sudofastboot oem select-display-panel adv7533_1080p
  3. $ sudofastboot reboot
To switch from HDMI to LCD mode:
  1. $ adb reboot bootloader
  2. $ sudofastboot oem select-display-panel ssd2080m_720p_video
  3. $ sudofastboot reboot
6. USB device not working
Since micro USB device mode prevents host mode operation, adb (device mode) takes priority and work by default even if you have a USB mouse/keyboard connected. For a USB mouse/keyboard/Ethernet to work, the micro USB to PC needs to be disconnected.
7. Ethernet not working
For a USB mouse/keyboard/Ethernet to work, the micro USB to PC needs to be disconnected.
8. Ethernet hot-plug not working in Android
In order to provide Ethernet support, eInfochips 410 uses USB to Ethernet Converter. USB device mode takes priority over Host mode, even if you have a USB mouse/keyboard/Ethernet connected.
For a USB mouse/keyboard/Ethernet to work, the micro USB cable needs to be disconnected. Then need to run following commands:
$ su
$ netcfg eth0 up
$ netcfg eth0 dhcp
9. How to switch into Fastboot mode?
There are two ways to switch the device into fastboot mode
1. Power on the device while pressing reset switch SW4
2. If board is running with Android use below command:
$ adb reboot bootloader
10. How to switch Audio to HDMI
Use app
11. Android screen turns off after few seconds
System may have gone to sleep mode. In order to turn on the screen please press switch SW3.
12. System gets rebooted after flashing LINUX
This issue may occur if the HDMI module is not connected with the board. So make sure you have HDMI module connected to the board.
13. I have purchased eInfochips 410 board along with HDMI module. After flashing prebuilt images when I first power up the board nothing is being displayed
      on HDMI screen, but I am able to get access through (adb) USB. So how can I get output on HDMI screen?
By Default Display is routed to LCD, you need to switch display from LCD to HDMI.
To switch from LCD to HDMI use below command:
$ sudofastbootoem select-display-panel adv7533_1080p
14. I have purchased eInfochips 410 board without LCD/HDMI board, How can I verify my board is working or not?
USB/UART debugging is available to access eInfochips 410 control.
15. How to switch from Android to Linux
In order to switch from Android to Linux follow below steps:
  1. Flash board with Linux bootloaders (Refer Linux User Guide's section 8 Flashing Linux Bootloaders)
  2. Flash boot image and rootfs image (Refer Linux User Guide's section 9 Installing Linux on eInfochips 410 platform)
16. How can I change boot animation in Android?
In order to change bootanimation, you have to replace bootanimation.zip in /system/media/ with your intended bootanimation.zip and reboot the board.
17. ADB device not detected.
Make sure you have connected the USB cable properly, or may be device is in fastboot mode.
If you are using Windows please update adb driver. Refer “ Environment Setup Guide” section 5.2.2. Please share debug logs with eInfochips support team.
18. Device is locked
Please try below command
$sudo fastboot oem unlock
If problem still persists, please contact to eInfochips support team.
19. Power consumption of eInfochips 410
# Use Case Current (mA) Watt  (mW)
1 Booting process 544 2013
2 WiFi Enable 131 485
3 Bluetooth Enable 134 496
4 WiFi + Bluetooth 135 500
5 1080P/720P Video Play 183 677
6 Camera 261 966
7 Sleep / Standby 93 344
8 Idle Mode 129 477
9 Capture image 563 2083
20. Wifi performance data
5 Meter 10 Meters
Chip Antenna External
Chip Antenna
Upload Speed
Download Speed
Upload Speed
Download Speed
Upload Speed
Download Speed
Upload Speed
Download Speed
B-Mode 5.061 5.19 4.717 5.133 4.593 5.151 4.979 5.057
G-Mode 16.65 20.131 15.882 18.747 14.044 19.965 11.322 11.433
N-Mode 42.868 46.504 34.596 37.289 36.204 33.964 29.709 29.5
B-G-N-Mix Mode 44.998 38.704 33.351 29.379 37.433 38.218 24.718 15.817

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