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Lindenis is a community that suppports businesses and hobbyists who purchase Lindenis Devices. This community is powered by Lindenis Tech. Ltd., which has deep technical background and industry resources to support businesses and hobbyists to implement ideas and projects. Lindenis Tech. Ltd. currently launched is the Lindenis V5, the most cost-effective intelligent video processing single board computer.
For more information, please visit the Lindenis website.
Please visit device main page for key features, target application, software, datasheets, schematics, SDK and etc.
You will need the following to get started with using your Lindenis V5 board:
- Windows / Linux PC or MAC with a SD Card Reader connected to the Internet.
- Power Supply (PSU) and a micro usb cable. Please make sure to use a PSU rated at +5V@2A.
- MicroSD card (4GB or higher capacity) rated 'class 10' or better.
- Camera module (recommended).
- HDMI cable (optional).
- Network Cable connected to the Internet (optional).
- Input device(s) such as: keyboard, mouse, etc.
How to connect the accessories to Lindenis V5 board:
- Serial Step by Step Connection Guide.Use a PC serial software like Putty and set Baud Rate to 115200 bps to talk with the board.
- Camera Step by Step Installation Guide
- eMMC Step by Step Installation Guide
- LCD Step by Step Installation Guide
- WiFi / BT Step by Step Installation Guide
The details of Lindenis V5 board:
- Always hold bare boards by the edges and make sure to wear an anti-static wrist strap.
- Touching components on the front and back of the boards can result in an ESD discharge that may cause damage to the electronics.
- Please power off before operate Pin headers, FPC and board-to-board connectors.
- Avoid placing bare boards on materials such as carpets, plastics or other surfaces prone to electrostatic build-up.
Download the image
Download the image from FTP server with user 'ftp' (password: lindeni).
Note that there are two type images here. Make sure you download the right one.
- For-SDCard: the image can be written to the SD card
- For-eMMC: the image can be written to the eMMC (you should purchase a eMMC module firstly)
Writing an image to the SD card
Writing the image to MicroSD Card by Etcher is recommended.
- Using a computer with an MicroSD Card reader.
- Visit etcher.io and download and install the Etcher SD card image utility.
- Run Etcher and select the image you downloaded.
- Select the SD card drive. Note that the software may have already selected the right drive.
- Finally, click Flash to transfer the image to the MicroSD Card. You'll see a progress bar that tells you how much is left to do. Once complete, the utility will automatically eject/unmount the SD card so it's safe to remove it from the computer.
Power on the SBC
The first time you power on, slot your SD card into your SBC and connect the power. Then you will boot directly to the desktop environment.
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