DragonBoard 410c GPIO 40pin header is PIN-compatible with the Raspberry?


#1

Hi!

The Raspberry family of cards such as NanoPi M3 and Pine64, all have the same single compatible format for GPIO:s within its 40-pin header.

The DragonBoard 410C and also the “INFORCE 6410PLUS” (which is the only card delivering the SnapDragon 600 that I’m aware of) also have 40-pin headers.

What is the digital GPIO mapping on these, are they “RaspBerry Pi compatible” also??

Any reference to your header-to-GPIO pin mapping scheme would be appreciated.

Also in all cases does the DragonBoard 410C and also the “INFORCE 6410PLUS” have the same GPIO header PIN mapping?

(Also, where can I read about what Mhz update frequency the SnapDragon will deliver for the GPIO pins, and how to do GPIO input/output in low-level C programming, e.g. what the memory mappings to the GPIO registers are?)

Kindly let me know, thanks!


#2

hi,

the DB410c is compatible with the 96boards specs. So the pin mapping on the DB410c is the same as with any 96boards. The IFC6410 is not compatible with 96boards specs [1], so it has a different pin mapping (you need to check the IFC6410 manual/documentation).

There are a lot of boards that are using the Snapdragon 600 from eInfochips, Variscite, Intrynsics, Compulab, … There is 1 of these boards which is compatible with 96boards, by the way, the SD600 eval board from eInfochips ([2])

[1] http://www.96boards.org/ce-specification
[2] https://eragon.einfochips.com/products/single-board-computers/sd-600eval.html