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      Eagleye 530s

      Eagleye 530s

      SKU 114991433
      $79.00
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      This development board can be only used for prototyping, it cannot be built into a product for commercial distribution. It cannot be re-sold or used as part of a production environment.

      Maximum Qty: 5

      Description

      There are many IoT platform out there in the market, among which we have developed many product kit for them. This time we created a new development kit named Eagleye 530s, which is powered by the Samsung ARTIK™ IoT platform.

       

      The Eagleye 530s is a high-performance, pre-tested, cost-effective and production-ready development kit incorporates the Samsung ARTIK™ 530s, a 1GB system-on-module (SoM) on a custom credit card size board. For more information about ARTIK™ 530s, please refer to here.

       

      What is Samsung ARTIK™? Samsung ARTIK™ is a pre-integrated IoT platform consisting of enterprise-grade modules, cloud services, and end-to-end security for the design and development of robust IoT solutions. People always neglect the importance of security to products in the IoT world. With services like ARTIK Module, Cloud, Security and ecosystem Samsung aims to provide a platform that takes care of your total security.

       

      As mentioned above, the Eagleye530s is based on the ARTIK 530s 1GB SoM, which is a Quad Core Cortex® A9 running @ 1.2 GHz with 4 B Flash memory, hardware-based security features, and Linux OS (Ubuntu). Eagleye 530s including 40 pin GPIO and accessory interface to provide support for Micro SD, Ethernet 10/100/1000, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Bluetooth BLE 4.2 802.15.4, and ZigBee/Thread. It also supports full HDMI, MIPI camera interface, video, and audio media.

       

      Since the Eagleye 530s is pin-compatible with many “maker” hardware accessories, it allows Samsung ARTIK™ developers to easily tap into the extensive “maker” accessories marketplace and prototype and build with off-the-shelf sensors (eg. GrovePi+,Grove sensors), voice recognition (eg. ReSpeaker 2-mic arrayandReSpeaker 4-mic array), relays, GPS, cellular connectivity, and more, further expands options for enterprise developers creating feature-rich proof-of-concepts (PoC) or production-ready products.

       

      Features

      • Powered by the Samsung ARTIK™ IoT platform.

      • Incorporates ARTIK 530s 1GB SoM, a Quad Core Cortex® A9 running @ 1.2 GHz.

      • Includes 40 pin GPIO and accessory interface.

      • Support for Micro SD, Ethernet 10/100/1000, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Bluetooth BLE 4.2 802.15.4, and ZigBee/Thread.

      • Supports full HDMI, MIPI camera interface, video, and audio media.


      Note

      • To boot the board, please plug in USB or DC Jack power(5V at least 2A), then push the power button and the LED indicator will be ON.

      • To boot the board automatically without pushing the power button, you just need to configure the board by soldering method. Please follow the The Guideline of auto-booting for Eagleye 530s.pdf


      Technical Details

      Dimensions87mm x 58.5mm x 20mm
      WeightG.W 50g    
      BatteryExclude
      Processor
      CPUQuad core ARM Cortex A9@1.2GHz
      GPU3D graphics accelerator
      Memory
      DRAM1GB DDR3
      Flash4GB eMMC
      Radio
      WLANIEEE802.11a/b/g/n Dual Band SISO(2.4G/5G)
      BluetoothBluetooth 4.2(BLE+Classic)
      Zigbee/Thread802.15.4
      Interface
      1 xEthernet 1000Base-T MAC
      2 xUSB 2.0 Type-A
      1 xPOWER DC 5V
      1 xHeadphone Jack
      1 xFull-Size HDMI Port
      1 xMicro USB OTG Type-B
      1 xMicro USB UART Type-B(Power Supply)
      1 xGPIO extend Port 2*20 pin (2.54mm)
      1 xMIPI CSI Port for Camera
      1 xSD card Port

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      Is this mechanically compatible with raspberry PI? Can you use RPI case? if not, do you have one for it? Is there a list of tested/supported HATs?
      on Mar 02,2018
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      Yes, the form factor is compatible with Raspberry Pi, There is no special case for Eagleye 530s now, some of case (eg.https://www.seeedstudio.com/Raspberry-Pi-Model-B%2B%262-Case-p-2147.html) can protect the board ,but the USB OTG port is unusable.Currently ,we tested three HAT and Grove Sensors GrovePi+: https://www.seeedstudio.com/GrovePi%2B-p-2241.htmlGrove Sensors: https://www.seeedstudio.com/grove.htmlReSpeaker 2-Mics Pi HAT: https://www.seeedstudio.com/ReSpeaker-2-Mics-Pi-HAT-p-2874.htmlReSpeaker 4-Mic Array for Raspberry Pi: https://www.seeedstudio.com/ReSpeaker-4-Mic-Array-for-Raspberry-Pi-p-2941.html
      on Mar 02,2018 09:39 AM
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      Not much use as a standalone IoT device if we have to press the power button to switch it on. Is there any option to allow this to boot up from power application like the Raspberry Pi?
      on Mar 02,2018 11:05 AM
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      In the pi you can power the board directly from the GPIO 5V. You can do this with the Eagleye and thereby by-passing the power switch?
      on Mar 04,2018 17:31 PM
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      Hi David, you can power up Eagleye 530s without pressing the power button just by soldering method. There is a guildline updated as a "Note" shown above. Please download the PDF for your reference. Thanks.
      on May 11,2018 09:31 AM
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      if you directly power GPIO with 5Volts will this eliminate need to press power button? If not how can we avoid need for a separate power button push?
      on Mar 17,2018
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      Hi ,Robert, in either way (power in via DC jack or 2,4 DC-5V pin in 40-pin header) , push power is needed after power up. the power up push button is connected with Artik 530 module's power management unit.
      on Mar 20,2018 09:27 AM
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      Hi Robert, if you do not want to press the power button to boot up, you can configure the board by soldering method. It is easy. There's an updating of "Note" in this page. Please find the guildline shown above. Thanks.
      on May 11,2018 09:38 AM
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      Does it boot as soon as it is powered or is it necessary to push the power button?
      on Mar 02,2018
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      First please plug in USB or DC Jack power(5V at least 2A), then push the power button. the LED indicator will be ON.
      on Mar 02,2018 09:44 AM
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      Hi Jm. It is necessary to push the power button to boot up as a default design. But if you do not want to, you can configure the board by soldering method. It is easy. There's an updating of "Note" in this page. Please find the guildline shown above. Thanks.
      on May 11,2018 09:42 AM
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      Feedback: the "Interface" list doesn't mention HDMI
      on Feb 28,2018
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      Full-Size HDMI Port is on the list :D
      on Feb 28,2018 08:44 AM
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      Yes indeed
      on Jun 06,2018 15:29 PM
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      How about product line life-time and waiting time if it sold out?
      on Apr 17,2018
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      Hi there~ We will sold this product in a long time. Regards
      on Apr 20,2018 08:50 AM
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      On the ARTIK 530 Development Board, there is a jumper whereby you can bypass the need to push the button to power it on (it permanently keeps the button pushed, since there is no requirement to let go of it once the unit is on). It would be good to provide that functionality on this board as well. For an IoT device it is not acceptable to require to push a button after each power cycle.
      on Apr 05,2018
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      Hi Kal. What you mentioned is absolutely reasonable. You can configure the board by soldering method to auto-booting without pressing power button. It is easy. There's an updating of "Note" in this page. Please find the guildline shown above for your reference. Thanks.
      on May 11,2018 09:50 AM
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      How about pinmap of Eagleye-530s? Does it have same map with RPI3? If you have other plan, could you give us the detailed map?
      on Mar 23,2018
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      Hi there~In addition to the peripheral ID number, the others pins are the same as raspberry pi 3. You can check the link below for more information.Regards=================================================================https://github.com/SeeedDocument/Bazaar_doc/raw/master/114991433/pinmap.png
      on Mar 27,2018 11:29 AM
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        Eagleye 530s

        SKU 114991433
        $79.00
        50+ Available
        Maximum Qty: 5

          I accept the restriction

        This development board can be only used for prototyping, it cannot be built into a product for commercial distribution. It cannot be re-sold or used as part of a production environment.

        $79.00/1pcs+
        $79.00/10pcs+
        $79.00/20pcs+
        $79.00/50pcs+
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