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UP Xtreme Board {#up_xtreme}

UP Xtreme is based on the Intel® Core™ i3/i5/i7 Whiskey Lake SoCs.

For the full specification please refer to the main specification page here:

https://up-board.org/wp-content/uploads/up-xtreme/Datasheet-UP-xtreme.pdf

Interface notes

The UP Xtreme present one Raspberry Pi compatible HAT connector and a 100 pin exHAT connector. Currently this implementation only support the interfaces through the HAT connector.

I2C

  • 2 channels
  • Support: standard-mode (100kHz), fast-mode (400kHz), Fast-mode plus (1MHz), High-speed mode (3.4MHz)
  • Bus frequency can be selected in BIOS settings
  • The default i2c channel is the one connected to the pin 3,5 of the hat
  • On some OSes the i2c-dev kernel module may need to be loaded manually to export the i2c device nodes

SPI

  • Bus frequencies up to 10MHz are supported
  • 2 chip-selects
  • To enable SPI device nodes the ACPI tables need to be overwritten as explained here

UART

  • 1 high-speed UART is available
  • Supporting baud rates up to 3686400 baud
  • Hardware flow-control signals are available on pins 11/36 (RTS/CTS)

Please note that a kernel with UP board support is required to enable the I/O interfaces above.

Refer to http://www.up-community.org for more information.

Pin Mapping

The GPIO numbering in the following pin mapping is based on the Raspberry Pi model 2 and B+ numbering scheme.

NOTE: the i2c device numbering depend on various factor and cannot be trusted: the right way of determining i2c (and other devices) numbering is through PCI physical device names. See the source code in src/x86/up_xtreme.c for details.

MRAA no. Function Rpi GPIO Sysfs GPIO mraa device
1 3V3 VCC
2 5V VCC
3 I2C_SDA 2 368 I2C0
4 5V VCC
5 I2C_SCL 3 369 I2C0
6 GND
7 GPIO(4) 4 296
8 UART_TX 14 469 UART0
9 GND
10 UART_RX 15 468 UART0
11 UART_RTS 17 470 UART0
12 I2S_CLK 18 360
13 GPIO(27) 27 268
14 GND
15 GPIO(22) 22 270
16 GPIO(23) 23 264
17 3V3 VCC
18 GPIO(24) 24 265
19 SPI0_MOSI 10 308 SPI0
20 GND
21 SPI0_MISO 9 307 SPI0
22 GPIO(25) 25 266
23 SPI0_SCL 11 306 SPI0
24 SPI0_CS0 8 305 SPI0
25 GND
26 SPI0_CS1 7 311 SPI0
27 ID_SD 0 366 I2C1
28 ID_SC 1 367 I2C1
29 GPIO(5) 5 317
30 GND
31 GPIO(6) 6 318
32 GPIO(12) 12 298
33 GPIO(13) 13 299
34 GND
35 I2S_FRM 19 261
36 UART_CTS 16 471 UART0
37 GPIO(26) 26 267
38 I2S_DIN 20 363
39 GND
40 I2S_DOUT 21 362
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