|Dimensions||80mm x 55mm x 20mm|
|Release Date||March 2013|
|SoC||A10 @ 1Ghz|
|DRAM||1GiB DDR3 @ 480MHz|
|Power||DC 5V @ 2A|
|Video||HDMI (Type C - mini)|
|Audio||3.5mm headphone plug, HDMI|
|Network||10/100Mbps Ethernet (Realtek RTL8201CP)|
|USB||2 USB2.0 Host, 1 USB2.0 OTG|
The MarsBoard was a short-lived credit-card sized, extendable board with an Allwinner A10 SoC.
- 1 Identification
- 2 Sunxi support
- 3 Tips, Tricks, Caveats
- 4 Adding a serial port
- 5 Pictures
- 6 Also known as
- 7 See also
The board reads "www.MarsBoard.com" on top, and has an A10 SoC clearly visible.
You can build things for yourself by following our Manual build howto and by choosing from the configurations available below.
Use the Marsboard_A10 build target.
Use the Marsboard_A10 target for building mainline U-Boot.
Use the marsboard_a10.fex file.
Use the sun4i-a10-marsboard.dtb device-tree binary for the mainline kernel.
Tips, Tricks, Caveats
The single button near SATA port triggers FEL mode.
Board have 2 x 70 pin expansion headers.
Adding a serial port
On the P2 header, pins 64, 65 and 66 are ground, TX and RX, respectively. Attach some 2.0mm pitch leads according to our UART howto.
Also known as
- File:MarsBoard Schematic V1.3.pdf
- Homepage. Amazingly, no information on the Marsboard A10 is still available there. That's how shortlived this device was.
- MarsBoard Forums (A10/A20)