Xunlong Orange Pi One Plus

From linux-sunxi.org
(Redirected from Orange Pi One Plus)
Jump to: navigation, search
Xunlong Orange Pi One Plus
Orange pi one plus top.jpg
Manufacturer OrangePi
Dimensions 68mm x 48mm
Release Date December 2017
Website Device Product Page
Specifications
SoC H6 @ 1.8 Ghz
DRAM 1GiB LPDDR3 @ xxxMHz
Power DC 5V @ 2A (4.0mm/1.7mm barrel plug - centre positive), Micro USB (5V @ 2A) OTG power supply, or via GPIO header pins
Features
Video HDMI (Type 2.0A - full)
Audio HDMI, on-board microphone
Network 10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet (Realtek RTL8211)
Storage µSD
USB 1 USB2.0 Host, 1 USB2.0 OTG

This page needs to be properly filled according to the New Device Howto and the New Device Page guide.

The Orange Pi One Plus is a 64-bit H6 based single board computer by Xunlong.

The Orange Pi One Plus is an upgrade from the previous Orange Pi One. It uses the new Allwinner H6 SoC. In comparison to Orange Pi One, this board has Quad Core Arm Cortex-A53 cpu. The SoC also has 4k capabilities at 60fps due to it's Mali T720 GPU.

In comparison to DDR3 RAM present in most SBCs, the One Plus uses 1GiB of LPDDR3 RAM. The board has 1 USB 2.0 port, Gigabit Ethernet, Pi Compatible GPIO header, OTG, etc.

The H6 support USB 3.0 but the board doesn't got it implemented. However, it's cousin, Orange Pi Lite 2 have one.

Identification

The One Plus has a black-colored pcb, different from it's older brother.

On the top of the device, the following is printed:

Orange Pi
ONE PLUS

The PCB has the following silkscreened on it:

V2.0

Some boards have the following instead:

V3.0

In android, under Settings->About Tablet, you will find:

  • Model Number: molly
  • Build Number: petrel_fvd_p1-eng 7.0 NRD91N 20180110 test-keys

Sunxi support

Current status

Supported in both mainline U-Boot and Linux.

Manual build

You can build things for yourself by following our Manual build howto and by choosing from the configurations available below.

Mainline U-Boot

Use the orangepi_one_plus_defconfig (supported since v2018.09) build target.

Linux Kernel

Sunxi/Legacy Kernel

Use the orangepi_one_plus.fex file. This was extracted from the android sdcard image.

Mainline kernel

Use the sun50i-h6-orangepi-one-plus.dtb device-tree binary.

Expansion Port

The Orange Pi One Plus has a 26-pin, 0.1" connector with several low-speed interfaces. To learn about accessing the GPIO pins through sysfs with mainline kernel read GPIO

2x13 Header
1 3.3V 2 5V
3 PH06 (TWI1_SDA/SPI1_MISO/OWA_IN/PH_EINT6) 4 5V
5 PH05 (TWI1_SCK/SPI1_MOSI/OWA_MCLK/PH_EINT5) 6 GND
7 PH04 (PWM1/SPI1_CLK/PH_EINT4) 8 PD21 (UART2_RTS)
9 GND 10 PD22 (PWM0/UART2_CTS)
11 PD24 (TWI2_SDA/UART3_RX) 12 PC09
13 PD23 (TWI2_SCK/UART3_TX) 14 GND
15 PD26 (UART3_CTS) 16 PC08
17 3.3V 18 PC07 (SPI0_WP)
19 PC02 (SPI0_MOSI) 20 GND
21 PC03 (SPI0_MISO) 22 PD25 (UART3_RTS)
23 PC00 (SPI0_CLK) 24 PC05 (SPI0_CS0)
25 GND 26 PH03 (SPI1_CS/PH_EINT3)

Tips, Tricks, Caveats

FEL mode

Booting without an SD card automagically enters FEL mode.

./sunxi-fel version
AWUSBFEX soc=00001728(H6) 00000001 ver=0001 44 08 scratchpad=00027e00 00000000 00000000

The H6 UBOOT pin is routed to test-point TP28 on the PCB.

Adding a serial port

Orange Pi One Plus UART pins

This device has a three pin UART header as shown in the picture. On the underside of the board, TX, RX, and GND are marked. Wires should be attached as described Here

Pictures

Also known as

There are currently no known rebadged devices. Update this section if you know otherwise.

See also

Manufacturer images