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= Soc =
= Soc =

Latest revision as of 07:33, 8 September 2020




  • 4GB/8GB/16GB LPDDR4


  • Intel® UHD Graphics 610 (Celeron)
  • Intel® UHD Graphics 620 (Core-i)

Video Output

  • 1 Full HDMI 2.0 – 4K (3840x2160) @ 60 hz
  • 1 DisplayPort 1.2 – 4K (4096x2160) @ 60 hz
  • eDP display


  • 64 GB HS400 eMMC


  • i7-8665UE/i5-8365UE:1x GbLAN (i210AT), 1x GbLAN (i219LM)
  • i3-8145UE/Celeron-4305UE:1x GbLAN (i210AT), 1x GbLAN (i219V)


  • 4 USB 3.0 host ports (USB3.0 Type A socket)
  • 1 USB 2.0 host ports (10-pin header) (from HUB)


Full-size SATA3 port (SATA 6Gb/s)


  • ALC887 for Audio Out/Mic In via combo jack

Expansion Slot

  • 1 mini-PCIe+USB/mSATA slot
    • mini PCI-e slot supports PCIe Gen.3
    • mSATA mode is currently supported through a configuration option from the BIOS menu
  • 1 M2 2280 slot B/M-key (M.2 slot supports PCIe Gen.3)
  • 1 M2 2230 slot E-key (M.2 slot supports PCIe Gen.3)

Digital I/O

The UP^2 has three connector for gpio/peripherals:

  • m10 header
  • hat connector: pin compatible with Raspberry Pi Pin position
  • mcu connector: extra gpio/peripheral from the integrated STM32F103C8 MCU

M10 header

the M10 header has one uart (max 3Mbaud) and one usb 2.0 port available through an adapter cable

http://up-shop.org/up-peripherals/110-usb-20-pin-header-cable.html (only one of the two ports of the adapter can work with UP Xtreme)

2 x M5 header

  • 2x Fintech F81801 RS232/422/485

Docking Connector (100pin)

  • 12V, GND
  • 3xPCIe x1
  • 2x PCIe x1 or USB3.0
  • 2xUSB2.0

HAT Connector

each of the HAT pins have a dual function, a standard gpio in/out mode and a function mode. on the board start all the pin are set in function mode by default but that can be changed within the bios menu see 40-pin multi-function I/O header

  • 28 GPIO-capable pins
  • 2 I2C ports:
    • mode supported Standard, Fast, Fast Plus, High Speed)
  • SPI0:
    • max speed 25MHZ
    • 2 Chip enable
    • supported modes 0 and 2
  • SPI1:
    • max speed 25MHZ
    • 3 Chip enable
    • supported modes 0 and 2
  • uart1
    • max baudrate 3Mbaud
    • hardware flow control
  • 3 PWM output (not currently supported due to limitation on Intel PWM driver for WHL-U SoC)
  • 1 i2s port (not currently supported due to lack of I2S drivers from Intel for WHL-U SoC)

MCU connector

Programmable I/O managed by a STM32F103C8 MCU.

  • 40 pin with 3.3V, 5V, GND, programming pins (for STLink Programmer) and multifunction I/O (GPIO, PWM, I2C, ADC, CAN, I2S, UART, SPI)




Intel® MAX® 5 CPLD

Board Dimension

120 mm × 122.0 mm

Power Supply Specifications

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