- A33 Quad Core Cortex-A7 running at 1.2Ghz
- 1GB DDR3 RAM memory running at 432Mhz/360Mhz
- 4GB NAND flash memory
- USB On-The-Go interface on USB mini connector
- AXP223 PMU
- Debug UART connector
- Li-Po battery operation with buit-in charger
- Step-up converter allows all peripherals including USB hosts to work properly on Li-Po battery power
- Audio input for microphone
- Audio output for headphones
- Camera CSI / LCD MIPI 40 pin FPC connector
- LCD 0.1" step 40 pin connector (not assembled on board)
- GPIO 0.1" step 40 pin connector (not assembled on board)
- Barrel power jack for external 5V supply
- PCB dimensions: 66 x 71 mm
Official images provided by OLIMEX
A33 User's Manual
Power supply and consumption
How do I write the Linux image to a micro SD card to use with my A33 board?
To write a Linux image to an SD card under Windows we use Win32 Disk Imager):
- Download Win32 Disk Imager Win32 Disk Imager
- Insert card
- Start program
- Select file
- Click "write"
To write a Linux image to an SD card under Linux:
For instance, if you have an image with the file name of "debian_2g.img". It would be downloaded to the SD card connected to a Linux machine using one of the following commands:
- # dd bs=4M oflag=sync if=debian_2g.img of=/dev/sdX
- # cp debian_2g.img /dev/sdX
where sdX is the name of the microSD card under Linux.
How to build Debian Linux image for A33-OLinuXino?
How to edit board configurations and definitions in the official Debian Linux?