Anchor5 SoM

ARM Cortex A9 Quad Core SoM

Introduction
The Anchor5 is a highly-integrated System-on-Module that utilizes an Quad-core ARM Cortex-A9
processor, 1GB DRAM,4GB eMMC, a hardware Secure Element , and a wired/wireless
communication options such as 802.11a/b/g/n/ac,Bluetooth 4.1(Classic+BLE) and Ethernet as well,
and all of which are put into an compact footprint. The various standard digital control interfaces
support external sensors and higher performance peripherals to expand the module’s capabilities.
With the combination of Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, the Anchor5 is the perfect choice for home automation
and home hub devices,while also supporting a rich UI/UX capability for camera and display
requirements. The inclusion of hardware-based Secure Element provides end-to-end security.

Benefits
– Low Cost and Cost Effective (Price/Performance)
– Compact Size Include popular connectivity
– Included popular connectivity and standard I/O
– Powerful hardware security options
– Cortex-A9 Quad core based on 32bit RISC

Application
– IoT Gateway and device.
– Home Automation
– Home Gateway
– Industrial automation
– Medical Equipment
– Embedded Products, …

Multiple OS Support

overview

Connectivity
WLAN: IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
Bluetooth: V4.0 + EDR and BLE
10/100/1000 Base-T Ethernet

Secure
Secure Element and ARM Trust-zone

Display & Camera
HDMI 1.4a, MIPI-DSI Display I/F
MIPI-CSI Camera I/F

Standard I/O
OTG and 2x HOST USB
I2S Digital Audio(x2), UART(x4), I2C(x1), SPI(x1)
SDIO(x1), PWM(x3), ADC(x2) and GPIOs
LEDs for Indicator & User Test
Reset Button

Dimension
Micro & slim, Compact size with easy board to board connection
Required (just) ultra small space(45×38 mm)

General Features
CPU ARM Cortex-A9 Quad core @ 1.2 GHz
Memory 1GB DDR3 @ 800MHz
Flash Built in 8GB(8bit, 32Gb) eMMC v4.5
OS Tizen 5.0 above, Ubuntu Linux
Secure Secure Element for point-to-point authentication and data transfer
ARM Trust-zone,

Secure Boot, Secure JTAG

PMIC Provide all power of Anchor5 Module using onboard bucks and LDOs
B2B Connection Micro Slim Piggy Back Connector
Dimension 35 mm x 45 mm
Connectivity & I/O
WLAN IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac
Bluetooth V4.1 + EDR and BLE support
Ethernet 10/100 /1000 Base-T Ethernet
USB Support 1xOTG and 2xHost USB
UART Support Max 4xUART
SDIO Support 1x SDIO for SD Memory Card
I2C 1x I2C
SPI 1x SPI
Display 4-lane MIPI-DSI  up to 1920×1280

HDMI 1.4a up to 1920×1080@60fps

LVDS up to 1280x720p@60fps

Camera MIPI-CSI up to 5M (1920×1080@30fps)
Audio In 2x I2S Audio In
Audio Out 1x Audio Out
ADC 3xADC
PWM 4xPWM
GPIOs 4x GPIO (TBD)
LEDs Power Status, 2x  LED (TBD)
Buttons Power / Reset
Functional Diagram

Anchor5 Station : Single board computer

Descriptions
Anchor5 Station is a small single board computer with Anchor 5 System-on-Module. This is popularly
used for IoT based applications and Industrial equipments by connecting peripherals like sensors,
networking and video display and input device.
You can use several OSs like Tizen 5.0, Linux Yocto/Ubuntu and Android.
This board provides SPI, I2C, I2S and UART and GPIO as Standard I/O, USB, Ethernet,
WLAN/BT for connectivity, Audio/Video In/Out, LED for indicator and User Function,
Buttons for Power/Reset/Genreal Purpose, etc.
This can access the on-chip hardware for developing an application. By accessing hardware,
you can connect devices like LED, motors, sensors, etc and can control them too.
This board is only compatible with Anchor 5 SoM module that is ARM based Quad core
Processor along with on-chip GPU (Graphics Processing Unit).

Detail Information
Please visit “Embedded & IoT” -> “Embedded Board” ->“Anchor5 Station”

Functional Diagram

Anchor 5 Diagram (TBD)

Anchor 5 Mechanical Dimension Diagram (TBD)

Docker 3 External-I/O Pin Map(TBD)

Case Study : Massage Chair with Anchor5 SoM, Tizen, SmartThings & Bixby