Interfacing

Banana Pro Pin Definition

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Edited by tony_zhang at Sat Apr 4, 2015 09:30

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CON6 is for GPIO headers.
CON5 is for camera interface.
CON2 is for Display interface.

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Banana Pro Pin definition.pdf (319.49 KB, Downloads: 2348)
tkaiser  
And now you're waiting for 'the community' to produce something useable like https://github.com/CaptainStouf/ ... pi/rpi_bpi_GPIO.pdf ?

cyryllo  
Edited by cyryllo at Mon Dec 22, 2014 05:19

@tony_zhang You could prepare a detailed scheme for CON6, Something as presented tkaiser

cyryllo replied at Mon Dec 22, 2014 05:18
@tony_zhang You could prepare a detailed scheme for CON6, Something as presented tkaiser

The attachment (RD0016)BP&RP_PIN_comparision.pdf is the comparison of Banana Pi, Banana Pro, Raspberry Pi B, Raspberry Pi B+

Olaf  
Edited by Olaf at Sun Dec 28, 2014 11:11

Hello,

in the pdf-file (RD0016)BP&RP_PIN_comparision.pdf in the column for the Banana Pro there is always mentioned CON6-01, for every pin. Could you please correct that.

And it would be helpful to now where pin1 starts and how you count up to 40.

Thanks a lot

Olaf

Olaf replied at Sun Dec 28, 2014 11:10
Hello,

in the pdf-file (RD0016)BP&RP_PIN_comparision.pdf in the column for the Banana Pro there is  ...

I have correct it . Thanks for mentioning.

tkaiser replied at Mon Dec 22, 2014 02:45
And now you're waiting for 'the community' to produce something useable like https://github.com/Capt ...

Soon I will update the document with the BPro pinout.

Edited by Hattori_Hanzo at Sun Jan 25, 2015 08:04

Hi,

Where can I find complete schematics for Banana Pro? I only found schematics for Banana Pi.

Filip

Edited by ericwilk at Thu Jan 29, 2015 23:07
Hattori_Hanzo replied at Sun Jan 25, 2015 08:03
Hi,

Where can I find complete schematics for Banana Pro? I only found schematics for Banana Pi.


+1

Schematics are good.

The Banana Pi at least USES it, but for an interface... well...

The stuff I'm looking at is all hardware-based. You could always see if it pops up in lsmod.

Otherwise... Are you any good at Assembly?

EDIT: Oh, and I should mention, stealing stuff from Raspberry might not be out of the question, if such a thing were to exist.

Makes me wonder again why this was needed but I can't see the thread in this view.

I found schematics of the Orange Pi mini on their site. It should be very similar to Banana Pro schematics since it appears to be the clone of Banana Pro.

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