Breakout for LinkIt Smart 7688 v2.0, succeeding the first version (check here), now can better support the audio recording function. As it reserves the original pins of LinkIt Smart 7688, the board also integrates several frequently-used ports such as an Ethernet port, a 3.5mm audio port, and a Host port (USB Type-A Connector) for more peripherals, and along with 3 Grove ports to provide 2 UART and 1 I2C interfaces for the Grove-based electronics, it saves you a lot of work doing wirings in your smart IoT projects, makes your rapid prototyping even faster.
LinkIt Smart 7688 (a compact controller board) is an open development board, based on the OpenWrt Linux distribution, MT7688. The board is designed especially to enable the prototyping of Rich Application IoT devices for smart house.
Smart multimedia devices
Teaching and learning
3.5mm headphone Jack(with Mic) which support OMTP and CTIA
1 x Ethernet to connect internet
1 x USB 2.0 for more peripherals
Grove interface: 2 x UART, 1 x I2C
Stereo and AUX are supported
Audio Recording supported
1W output for each stereo port
|Dimensions||0mm x0mm x0mm|
|Input voltage||5.0V(With USB Power port)|
|Max Operating current||2mA|
|Min Operating current||800mA|
|Analog pin input voltage(on WM8960 )||2.7~3.6V(Analog pin input voltage on WM8960 for stereo can reach 5.5V at Max.)|
|Digital pin input voltage(on WM8960 )||1.71~3.6V|
|Breakout for LinkIt Smart 7688 v2.0||1|
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Breakout for LinkIt Smart 7688 v2.0
Breakout for LinkIt Smart 7688 v2.0 is a Grove port integrated expansion board for LinkItTM Smart 7688 development board. This breakout board will help beginners to get started fast because it can save a lot of work and make prototyping easier through sim
There is no audio output at the speaker connector, but good at the headphone connector by madplay, please comment?Question by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:30:10
I have the same problem. https://forum.seeedstudio.com/viewtopic.php?f=42&t=7608&sid=77a1dad21e1e92c2b930a8cab31c8adfAnswer by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:30:10
Have you installed alsa packeges in openWRT? in serial console try to do aplay -L to see if interface is recognized from OS. DarioAnswer by: Dario Iannaccio on 2019-06-13 01:41:47
Have you installed alsa packeges in openWRT? in serial console try to do aplay -L to see if interface is recognized from OS. DarioAnswer by: Dario Iannaccio on 2019-06-13 01:41:54
Question by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:21:22
Dear Customer, The Pin numbers are different. So we can't use it. thanks. BillAnswer by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:21:22
The Duo module has the I2S interface mapped on Arduino (MCU) core not at MPU then is not possible use audio interface in openWRT. But you can use them in arduino. (https://forum.seeedstudio.com/viewtopic.php?f=42&t=7608&sid=77a1dad21e1e92c2b930a8cab31c8adf )Answer by: Dario Iannaccio on 2019-06-13 01:45:39