How to customized CM4IO (Compute Module 4 IO Board) board using kiCad?

Raspberry Pi foundation release CM4 a few days ago and the most exciting thing to me is that RPi also released the Compute Module 4 IO Board schematic and PCB layout files in kicad.

The product page is here: https://www.raspberrypi.org/products/compute-module-4-io-board/?resellerType=home

Documents

Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 IO Board product brief

Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 IO Board datasheet

Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 IO Board KiCAD files

To open the kicad files, we need to install the Nightly builds of kicad.

Check here: https://kicad-downloads.s3.cern.ch/index.html?prefix=

If you are using Windows, check here: https://kicad-downloads.s3.cern.ch/index.html?prefix=windows/nightly/

If you are using macOS, check here: https://kicad-downloads.s3.cern.ch/index.html?prefix=osx/nightly/

Scrow to the ground, and download the latest build.

now, we open the CM4IOv5.kicad_sch

And the CM4IOv5. kicad_pcb

Also, we can open the 3D Viewer by ALT+3

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6 thoughts on “How to customized CM4IO (Compute Module 4 IO Board) board using kiCad?

  1. Hello,
    The zip doesn’t contain the 3dshapes sub folders it seems.
    I need these to make a housing with the PCB in it. Could you please send the complete zip with all files? Thanks

  2. Hello,
    The zip doesn’t contain the 3dshapes sub folders it seems.
    I need these to make a housing with the PCB in it. Could you please send the complete zip with all files? Thanks

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