• Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 I/O Board - DEV-17360
  • Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 I/O Board - DEV-17360
  • Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 I/O Board - DEV-17360

Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 I/O Board

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    The Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 I/O board is the perfect compliment to get you started working the Compute Module 4 line. The Compute Module plugs right into the I/O Board and provides a multitude of inputs and outputs for prototyping or evaluation needs.

    The board includes 5v and 12v power connectors and 2 USB 2.0 connectors along with headers for two additional connectors. 2 HDMI full sized HDMI connectors and 2 MIPI DSI display FPC connectors provide support for displays along with 2 MIPI CSI-2 camera FPC connectors. It features the standard 40 pin Raspberry Pi HAT I/O connector as well. On board real time clock with back-up battery provides the ability to wake up the Compute Module 4. An RJ45 Ethernet jack provides access to the Compute Module’s gigabit Ethernet and the board also includes a PCIe GEN 2 socket. Various jumper headers offer the ability to hardware disable/enable features and another header provides support for fans.

    Features:

    • External power connector (+12V, +5V)
    • 2 x full-size HDMI 2.0 connectors
    • 2 x USB 2.0 connectors, with header for two additional connectors
    • Gigabit Ethernet RJ45 with PoE support
    • Micro USB socket for updating Compute Module 4
    • MicroSD card socket for Compute Module 4 Lite (without eMMC) variants
    • PCIe Gen 2 x1 socket
    • Standard fan connector
    • 2 x MIPI DSI display FPC connectors (22-pin 0.5 mm pitch cable)
    • 2 x MIPI CSI-2 camera FPC connectors (22-pin 0.5 mm pitch cable)
    • Standard Raspberry Pi HAT connectors
    • Real-time clock with battery socket and ability to wake Compute Module 4
    • Various jumpers to disable specific features, e.g. wireless connectivity, EEPROM writing

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