LizardEVB-Lite

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Lizard.jpg Applies to Lizard
Lizard-evb-02.png Applies to LizardEVB-Lite

Introduction

LizardEVB-Lite is a development/test board designed to start working with the Lizard SOM and experimenting with the implemented features.

Lizard-on-evb.jpg

The following picture shows block diagram of NaonEVB-Lite board.


Lizard-evb-bd.png

Quick start (LELK)

This section describes how to quick start Lizard-EVB-based system, provided that it is programmed according to LELK configuration.

  1. to power the board, connect ATX power supply to connector JP10
  2. connect DB9 P2 connector to PC COM port through a straight serial cable
  3. start your favourite terminal software on PC; communication parameters are:
    • baud rate: 115200 Bps
    • data bits: 8
    • stop bits: 1
    • parity: none
  4. (optional) to connect the system to Ethernet LAN, please plug cable on connector JPF1.

Once power has been applied, U-Boot bootloader will be executed and the following messages will be printed on serial console:

U-Boot 2009.11 (Jul 20 2010 - 16:44:20) [lizard-1.2.3]
AM35xx-GP ES1.0, L3-165MHz
DAVE Lizard board + LPDDR/NAND
I2C: ready
DRAM: 256 MB
Flash: 128 MB
NAND: 1024 MiB
In: serial
Out: serial
Err: serial
Die ID #6d3600000000000001543b2102017026
Net: davinci_emac_initialize
Ethernet PHY: GENERIC @ 0x10
DaVinci EMAC
=>

Please note that you need to modify some u-boot environment variables before running the net_nfs configuration. For further information, please refer to Configuration net_nfs.

Hardware information

Bootstrap settings

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JTAG interfaces

JP2 connector makes available JTAG signals of the microprocessor in order to connect a JTAG Hardware Interface. Signals are pulled up internally to Lizard module with a 10K resistor.

Schematics

Layout and mechanicals

Please refer to LELK Documentation