|Dimensions||133mm x 80mm x 19mm|
|Release Date||January 2018|
|SoC||H6 @ 1.8GHz|
|DRAM||1GiB/2GiB/3GiB LPDDR3 @ 800MHz|
|Power||DC [email protected], 3.5mm/1.35mm barrel plug|
|Video||HDMI (Type A - full)|
|Audio||3.5mm headphone/mic plug, HDMI, SPDIF, I2S|
|Network||10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet (Realtek 8211E)|
|Storage||µSD, eMMC (module), 128Mbit SPI NOR flash|
|USB||2 USB2.0 Host, 1 USB3.0 Host|
If a device is special, then feel free to provide a terse description of what makes this device so special. But terse, no novels, no marketing blurb.
There is a pine cone like logo on the top silk screen, also it says "Pine H64" under the logo. Also on the SoC there is a quite prominent "H6" print.
The board has two size variants, model A and model B. Model A has the same size with a Pine A64+ and is equipped with a PCIe slot, Model B dropped the slot, and has a size factor of RPi model B.
The board has various revisions, many of them are engineering samples, only two revisions (and one is not done yet) will be the final edition, one model A and one model B.
On the back of the device, the following is printed:
Designed in Silicon Valley, California. Built in Silicon Delta, China.
For the first ES revision of model A, The PCB has the following silkscreened on it (This revision is quite rare, and when you see it usually it will have a jumper wire because of a fault when designing the power circuit for LPDDR3.):
For the second ES revision of model A, The PCB has the following silkscreened on it:
For the first ES revision of model B, The PCB has the following silkscreened on it:
For the (hopeful) final revision of model B, The PCB has the following silkscreened on it:
Work on H6 has just started, basic support for H6 and PineH64 will be in Linux 4.17
A beta version of the H6 BSP was released on 2018/01/30...
You can build things for yourself by following our Manual build howto and by choosing from the configurations available below.
Use the MANUFACTURER_DEVICE build target.
Use the pine_h64_defconfig (supported since v2018.09) build target.
Use the MANUFACTURER_DEVICE.fex file.
Use the sun50i-h6-pine-h64.dtb device-tree binary.
Tips, Tricks, Caveats
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The something button triggers FEL mode.
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Locating the UART
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