Introduction

ROC-RK3399-PC is a phone sized mini PC board。

  • Dual-core Cortex-A72 up to 1.8GHz & Quad-core Cortex-A53 up to 1.5GHz

  • Mali-T864 GPU,support OpenGL ES1.1/2.0/3.0, OpenCL1.2, DirectX11.1.

  • LPDDR4 RAM (4GB)

  • 3 x USB 2.0 & 2 x USB 3.0

  • 10/100/1000M Ethernet

  • IR Receiver Module

  • HDMI 2.0a with HDCP 2.2

  • DisplayPort 1.2 (4K 60Hz)

  • 3 x MIPI interface:MIPI0 only for DSI, MIPI1 for DSI or CSI, MIPI2 only for CSI

  • eDP 1.3

  • I2S, supports 8 channels

  • High-Speed eMMC extension interface

  • MicroSD (TF) Card Slot

  • 2 x Typec interface:Typec-0 support DP 1.2、PD 2.0、USB3.0,Typec-1 support DP 1.2、USB3.0

  • RTC : battery model – CR1220 ; Battery seat – CR1220,BS-12-A3B0J002

  • 132 pin expansion interface:I2C、SPI、Uart、I2S….

Shipping list (for reference only)

  • 1 x ROC-RK3399-PC

  • 1 x USB Type-A to Type-C data cable

Accessories

In addition, you may need the following accessories during use:

  • PD power supply 15V / 3A (45W)

  • SD card, emmc

  • ROC-RK3399-PC expansion board

  • Serial port module

Note: The development board uses PD (15V / 3A, 45W) power supply, please use it with a suitable power supply.

Development board power on

Before powering up the development board, confirm the following:

  • Bootable SD card or eMMC

  • 15V / 3A / 45W PD power supply

Since the development board is powered by Type-C0, and Type-C1 supports DP video signal output, there are two cases for booting:

  • Connect the independent PD power supply:

  1. Insert one of the bootable SD cards or eMMC with the power off.

  2. Plug in an HDMI cable, USB mouse or keyboard (optional).

  3. After checking that all connections are normal, Type-C0 is connected to the PD power supply and powered on.

  • Connect to the Type-C port of the display, and supply power to the board through the display while outputting signals

  1. Insert one of the bootable SD cards or eMMC with the power off.

  2. Plug in an HDMI cable, USB mouse or keyboard (optional).

  3. After checking that all connections are normal, Type-C0 is connected to the Type-C port of the display and powered on.

Note: There are two Type-C ports on the board. ** The power input can only be connected to Type-C0 port **, not to Type-C1.

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