The Mini2440 405 MHz ARM9 Family has several members. The Mini2440 is a 10x10 cm PCB with the Samsung S3C2440A SOC (System On Chip). It has two kinds of Flash, NAND and NOR, 64 MBytes of RAM, 256 MBytes of NAND and all the peripheral I/O. All boards come with a 2 year warranty.
There are versions with 3.5, 4.3, 5.0, and 7" LCDs, and a VGA adapter for 1024x768. Basic systems have 256 MBytes of NAND Flash. This is enough for 95 percent of applications. There is a NAND option for 1024 MByte (1GByte) and this is becoming more popular. Up to 32 GBytes of Flash can fit the SD Card socket. Here is the naming scheme:
Mini2440 is the PCB with processor.
Do you use the old bootloader? Good news. We are set up to JTAG the Supervivi bootloader for anyone who needs it (takes less than a minute to unpack, JTAG the loader, repack) and we have an SD card for those who buy in volume. The SD card uses the new Superboot2440 to burn Supervivi to the NOR chip and reset the system to the old style loader. This does not even need a PC. As the boards are unpacked for production programming just use the SD first and convert to Supervivi. To make your own, see this How To.
Minimum NAND size is 256 MBytes and the default bootloader is Superboot2440. The Mini2440 can program itself from an SD card, just like the 6410, 210, and 4412 processors. Need to program in production? Clone some SD cards and go as fast as needed. If you are set up for production with PC hosts, the move to Superboot2440 costs nothing more than some SD cards, and it frees up your programming systems for other uses. Field upgrades just require insertion of the SD, switch to NOR mode, and power up. You can even send the files to a distant customer or service rep to prepare an SD and update their equipment.
OEM means a Mini2440 with no SDK. OEM is Original Equipment Manufacturer, and these boards are usually bought for use in an embedded product. You can save weight and money if you combine SDK and OEM versions. For example, if you need to make 10 devices and have two people doing development you can purchase 2 SDK and 8 OEM, provided you will not need the PSU and cables in the final product. Note that we do not recommend the SDK PSU for commercial use. It is a simple supply suitable for the lab and development. For better fusing and full certificatons, see the German PSU under the Accessories listings.
64M RAM, 256M NAND. No LCD.
A Mini2440 with a 3.5" LCD. The display is 320x240 with an integrated touch pad. This is a very nice high contrast LCD that can mount to the Mini2440. It is shipped mounted on brass standoffs (Accessories not included). Mini35 $97.95
A Mini2440 with a 7" Innolux LCD. The display is 800x480 and the touch pad is replaceable (see the 'Spares' section). This display has a full sized PCB on the back and solid plastic bezel and frame. The result is a very strong 7" system with good solid physical support. MiniA70 $159.95
LCD to VGA converter for Mini2440. Mounts to PCB. Supports 1024x768, 800x480, and other formats.
Developers, don't forget the Acessories kit! Includes 5V 2A Power Supply, Ethernet Crossover Cable, Normal-to-MinuUSB Cable, Null Modem Serial Cable, and DVD with support Documents and Files.