Khadas VIM2 Max Open Source SBC/TV Box 3GB+64GB Wi-Fi Gigabit LAN with WOL Multi-System-Compatibility 4K
- 2+: $147.00
- 50+: $147.00
Professional | Powerful | Ultimate | Superior | Awesome user experience
Khadas VIM2 is the first and only Amlogic S912 based hobbyist development board on the market, which makes it interesting by itself, but Khadas also added some interesting features such as an SPI flash for network boot, Wake-on-LAN support, and more.
1.5GHz 64-bit Octa-Core CPU, T820MP3 GPU, and up to 3GB DDR4 & 64GB eMMC.
2X2 MIMO 802.11ac Wi-Fi, 4.x Bluetooth, Gbit Lan and a USB-C(2.0) port.
WOL(Wake on Lan) and RSDB Wi-Fi will improve the user experience steps forward.
Equipped with 40-pin GPIO header, cooling fan slot and a programmable MCU.
HDMI2.0a and a powerful VPU with 10-bit 4K H.265/VP9@60fps playback support.
Tiny form factor
Thin and light with a dimensions of credit card.
Android 7.1 + Ubuntu + Buildroot + Docker Multi-OS
Pre-installed with Android, you can also install Ubuntu, Buidroot, Docker OS, it will bring you a surprise of using experience.
Amlogic S912 Octa-core CPU
Rapid and stable performance can give you a high-speed feedback and smooth response.
DDR4 3GB RAM, eMMC 64GB ROM
It is configured with DDR4 3GB RAM, and eMMC 64GB ROM, thus it can provide enough room and freedom to install Apps without worrying about running out of space.
Bluetooth 4.2 Connectivity
Easy pairing with most Bluetooth-enabled devices.
Gigabit LAN can improve the internet speed and the performance to a great extent.
Multiple Use Case
You can turn Khadas VIM2 Max Development Board into SBC, Clusters, Digital Signage, Robotics, IoT, TV Box.
|Dimensions||82mm x57.5mm x11.5mm|
|SoC||Amlogic S912; 1.5 GHz 64Bit Octa Core ARM Cortex-A53; 750MHz ARM Mali-T820MP3 GPU; HW UHD H.265/VP9 60fps 10bit video decoder; HDR10 and HLG HDR video processing;|
|MCU||STM8S003 with Programmable EEPROM|
|Wi-Fi||AP6359SA, 2X2 MIMO with RSDB|
|LAN||10/100 / 1000M|
|WOL||Wake up & on Lan|
|IR Receiver||2 Channels|
|HDMI 2.0a||Type-A Female, up to 4K@60Hz|
|TF Card||Molex Slot|
|USB2.0 HOST||x2 (900mA & 500mA Load)|
|USB Type-C||USB2.0 OTG & DC IN|
|Wide Input Voltage||Range from 5V to 9V, Recommend 5.0V|
|Current Limit Switch||Programmable, 3.0A as default (up to 4.0A)|
|VIN (Extra Power IN)||4-Pins, 1.25mm Pitch Header|
|RTC & Battery Header||0.8mm Pitch Header|
|Cooling Fan Header||3 Levels Speed, with a 0.8mm Pitch Header|
|40-Pins I/O Header||2.54mm, USB, I2C, I2S, SPDIF, UART, PWM, ADC, ISO7816|
|FPC Connector||10-Pins, 0.5mm Pitch, with I2C, IOs|
|Pogo Pads Array||USB, I2C, DVB-Bus, IOs|
|Pogo Pads MCU||SWIM, UART, ADC, NRST|
|Pogo Pads for VIN||System Power Input|
|Buttons||x3 (Power / Func / Reset)|
|LEDs||Blue LED x1, White LED x1|
|Mounting Holes||Size M2 x 4|
|Khadas VIM2 Max Open Source TV Box with case||1|
|Type-C USB cable||1|
- VIM2 Specifications
- VIM2 Schematic
- VIM2 PCB Drawing
- VIM2 2D Drawing
- Amlogic S912 Datasheet
- Getting started
- How to Boot Into Upgrade Mode
- Install LibreELEC
- GPIO Pinout
- Install Toolchains
- Setup Serial Debugging Tool
- How To Access GPIO
- U-boot Usage Guidance
- Build Android Source Code
- How To Use WOL
- Build Ubuntu/Debian Image
- Install TensorFlow
- Build Fuchsia
- MCU Development
- Firmware for Android
- Firmware for Ubuntu
- Firmware for LibreELEC
- Firmware for DualOS
- Firmware for Uboot
- Firmware from 3rd Party
- Open Source
- Technical Documentation
What's the status of GPU support (driver-wise, specifically OpenGL and accel. video playback) for each of the claimed supported OS-es? (Android, Ubuntu, ...)Question by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:20:25
You can also try to taste the new Google Fuchsia OS on the Khadas VIM2, more details at: https://forum.khadas.com/t/google-fuchsia-os-on-khadas-vim2/2587Answer by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:20:25