Replaced by MQ-R

This micro development board is specially designed to run Linux. Despite a mini body, it has all the vital functions. Equipped with F1C200S as the maincontroller chip, the board offers various commonly-used peripheral ports: GPIO, I2C & SPI, SDIO, Audio port(record, play), Video(RGB565 Display, touch, DVP), USB Host, OTG, etc. Besides, the board comes with a built-in 64MB DDR and onboard 128MB Nand Flash, which fully supports Linux ecology and running complete Python.

  • Built-in 64MB DDR
  • On-board 128MB Nand Flash
  • 420MHz system clock default frequency, able to be overclocked to 700MHz and above
  • Rich GPIO pins
  • Onboard SDIO port for connecting SD card or SDIO WiFi + BT module
  • DVP camera interface in support of cameras such as OV2640, GC0328, etc.
  • RGB565 display interface and 6-wire touch interface
  • Onboard mic and power amplifier
  • Low power consumption
  • Support complete Python running
  • R1 (first commmit)
  • R2 (added DVP and audio amp vs R1)
  • R3 (fix R2 rtp interrupt, added ctp and buildroot, Mainly the nand version)
  • R3c (change to ch340e from CP2104 vs R3)