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  • 2GB/4GB/8GB (Max 8GB) LPDDR4/4X 3200MT/s


  • Intel® UHD Graphics

Video Output

  • 1 Full HDMI 2.0b – 4K (3840x2160) @ 30 hz
  • 1 DisplayPort 1.2 – 4K (4096x2160) @ 60 hz
  • eDP display – 4K (4096x2160) @ 60 hz


  • 32GB eMMC / 64GB eMMC and Optional:via 1x SATA with power connection / 1x NVMe M.2 2280


  • 2x GbE via (1x Intel.WGI211AT ,1x Intel.I225-V) (for Intel® Celeron® N6210, Intel® Pentium® J6426 SKUs); 2x GbE via (1x Intel.WGI210IT ,1x Intel.I225-IT) (for Intel Atom® x6413E, Intel Atom® x6425RE SKUs)


  • 2x USB 3.2 Gen2 Type A (STACK connector)


  • Full-size SATA3 port (SATA 6Gb/s)


  • HDMI Audio x 1, DP Audio x 1, Soundwire Codec for Audio Out/Mic In/, I2S

Expansion Slot

  • 1x M.2 2242/2280 M Key (supports NMVe SSD)
  • 1x M.2 2230 E Key
  • 1x M.2 3042/3052 B Key

Digital I/O

The UP Squared 6000 has connectors for GPIO/peripherals:

  • HAT connector: pin-compatible with Raspberry Pi Pin position

HAT Connector

Each of the HAT pins has a dual function, a standard GPIO in/out mode, and a function mode.

On the board start, all the pin are set in function mode by default but that can be changed within the bios menu see 40-pin multi-function I/O header pinouts in Related Links below.

  • I2C

    • 3 channels (1 of 3 is in the carrier board):
    • mode supported Standard, Fast, Fast Plus, High Speed)
    • 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
    • 3 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 for more information.


  • Present

Board Dimension

  • 101.6 mm × 101.6 mm

Power Supply Specifications

Related links

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