Banana PI BPI-M1 is a powerful single-use, open-source single-use PC. It can use a wide range of operating systems, including Android, Linux and Raspberian, and thanks to its compact size, it can fit in your pocket.
Banana PI BPI-M1, SINOVOIP
Banana PI M1 is an analogue of the popular Raspberry PI single-platform computers and is an open-source hardware platform. The purpose of Banana PI is to help anyone who wants to create their own technology to quickly and easily create a device with truly unlimited applications. For example, Banana PI can quickly and easily create:
- Wireless server;
Banana PI M1 - Technical Specifications
- processor - A20 ARM Cortex-A7 ™ dual core;
- graphics Processor - ARM Mali-400 MP2 with Open GL ES 2.0 / 1.1;
- RAM memory - 1GB DD3 (shared with GPU);
- compatibility - SD card up to 64GB / SATA hard drive up to 2TB;
- network support - 10/100/1000 Ethernet RJ45;
- incoming video signal - CSI input for video cameras
- video signal output - HDMI, CVBS, LVDS / RGB;
- input audio signal - Built-in microphone
- output audio signal - 3.5mm jack and HDMI;
- USB ports - 2 x USB 2.0;
- buttons - Restart (to Micro USB port), Start (next to the restart button) and Boot (behind the HDMI connector);
- interfaces - GPIO, UART, I2C bus, SPI bus, CAN bus, ADC, PWM;
- power supply - 5VDC @ 2A via MicroUSB;
- operating system - Android, Raspbian, Ubuntu, OpenSUSE, Debian, Bananian (support suspended for M1);
- sizes - 92mm x 60mm;
- weight - 48g.
- banana PI scheme BPI-M1
Banana PI M1 includes only a single-sided computer - an SD card with the operating system is user-operated, and the prototype card case and other accessories are purchased separately.