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ARM Cortex Computing Platform



  • TI Sitara AM3354 @600MHz, 800MHz or 1GHz
  • 512MB DDR3
  • 8GB eMMC Flash
  • 24-bit Parallel LCD
  • 10/100Mbps Ethernet x 2
  • COM x 3, USB 2.0 x 2
  • CANbus, I2C x 3, I2S x 1, GPIO
  • Typical 2W

Possible Applications

  • HVAC Building and Control Systems
  • Fire Alarm Systems
  • Smart Grid and Smart Metering
  • Smart Digital Door Lock
  • HMI/ In-Home Display
  • Smart Toll Systems
  • Connected Vending Machines
  • Fiscal Printer/ Weighing Scales/ Currency Counter
  • Access Control

Quick Start Guide of SMARC-T335X

These quick start guides are intended to provide developers with simple instructions on how to install SMARC T335X evaluation kit from very beginning and have it monitoring your local device in few minutes. No advanced installation options are discussed here - just the basics that will work for 95% of users who want to get started. This guide will lead you through the process of configuring, installing, and developing SMARC T335X. This guide was written to be as clear as possible and to provide only the details necessary to get you up and running. For more in-depth information, links to other chapters will be located where appropriate.
Step 1. Plug a working SD card into SD Slot (CN16)
An image pre-installed SD card comes with the evaluation kit. Plug the SD card into SD card slot (CN16). If developers do not have evaluation kit, please refer to Embedian SMARC T335X Software Installation Guide to prepare for a working SD card first.
plug your SD card in

Step 2. Check Jumpers and Switches
SW1 switch should be set as SD boot (ON OFF OFF) and make sure that JP3 is not shunt.
boot strap selection switch

Step 3. Wired the serial console and Ethernet cable
Connect the DB9 to RJ-45 serial console debug cable from CN14 of the evaluation board to the COM port of your PC and the Ethernet cable from LAN1 (CN4) of the device to an Ethernet switch.
Wire the Console and Ethernet Cables

Open a serial terminal like Putty in your PC. Set the COM port as 115200, 8n1.

Step 4. Power 5V to the device
Apply 5V to CN2 connector of the device. If you see the LED light on, that means the wiring is correct. Do not need to worry about the mis-wiring because the device has mis-wiring protection.
If your root filesystems is Arago. There is no password needed for root user. If your root filesystems is Ubuntu 14.04, the default root password is "root" (no quotation) and default ubuntu user password is "temppwd". Default Ethernet is set as DHCP.
Your IP Address is: