Get started with i.MX 93 Pico ITX Single Board Computer
Remove the SBC from box and place above the ESD free area. Use anti-static pad/mat with proper grounding to place the SBC. Also make sure that, below deliverables are received without any physical damage.
Development kit contains:
- i.MX 93 OSM Based Pico ITX SBC
- 12V,2A Power Supply
- USB cable (micro-B to standard-A)
- Wi-Fi & BT Antenna
- Safety guidelines
i.MX 93 OSM Based SBC
12V, Power Supply
USB OTG Cable
Wi-Fi BT Antenna
Get to know
i.MX 93 OSM based SOM – Top View
i.MX 93 OSM based SOM – Bottom View
3. i.MX 93 SoC
5. Wi-Fi & BT module
4. Test Jig Connector
6. Wi-Fi & BT Antenna Connector
i.MX 93 OSM based Pico ITX SBC – Top view
1.Power IN Jack
3.CPU ON/OFF Button
4.Dual Ethernet Conn.
5.Dual USB 2.0 Conn.
6.HDMI OUT Conn.*
7.USB OTG Conn.
8.Type C Conn.
9.Speaker L Conn.
10.Audio In/Out Jack
11.Speaker R Conn.
14.USB Touch Conn.
16.LVDS Disp. Conn.
18.Power ON/OFF Switch
19.Debug UART Conn.
i.MX 93 OSM based Pico ITX SBC– Bottom view
22.M.2 PCIe Conn.*
23.MIPI DSI Conn
24.Micro SD Conn.
28.RTC Battery Conn.
Boot Switch Setting
Make sure On-Board Switch (SW1) is set properly as shown below image.
SW1-Boot Selection Switch.
Table 1: Boot Media Switch Settings
Debug Port Setting
Connect Type A end of TTL-232R-RPI cable to PC and 3pin (100mil) Berg house end of TTL-232R-RPI cable to Debug UART Header (J13) as shown below.
Use one of the terminal application depending on the operating system of the host machine:
- On the command prompt of the Linux host machine, run the following command to determine the port number:
$ ls /dev/ttyUSB*
- The smaller number is for Arm® Cortex®-A53 core and the bigger number is for Arm® Cortex ®-M4 core.
Use the following commands to install and run the serial communication program (minicom as an example):
- Install Minicom using Ubuntu package manager.
$ sudo apt-get install minicom
- Launch Minicom using a console window using the port number determined earlier.
$ sudo minicom -s
- Configure Minicom as show in below figure
- Next step is to Power ON the board.
Connect the 12V power supply plug to the power connector (J20) of the i.MX 93 OSM based Pico ITX SBC as shown below and switch ON the power supply.
Once power is applied to the SBC, the power LEDs in the i.MX 93 OSM based Pico ITX SBC will glow as shown in the below image.
- Do not try to connect any other Power Supply other than supplied along with i.MX 93 OSM Based Pico ITX SBC.
- Contact iWave, if power LEDs are not glowing.
User must go through “Software User Guide” and get familiar with software section of iW-RainboW-G50M-i.MX 93 OSM based Pico ITX SBC.
Operating System Support
Power is applied to the SBC & once the boot get success, depending upon the supported Operating systems and boot loader on particular Delivery, boot messages being prompted in the terminal window as shown below. Press Enter key in terminal and done with test environment setup on particular delivery.
Command Prompt (Linux)
Linux Home screen