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Eval-Kit - iesy RPX30 EVA-MI
On this page you will find software and hardware information about our Eval-Kit iesy RX30 EVA-MI.
The following information is primarily intended for software developers.
> Source Codes
Source Code and Yocto BSP
In the section "Source Code and Yocto BSP" you will find the source code of the Board Support Package (BSP) and information about the Yocto BSP Layer. By clicking the link you will jump directly into the software repo meta-iesy-osm. Would you like to know why Yocto Linux is the optimal operating system for individual embedded projects? Then take a look at our blog post (German).
Here you will find the precompiled demo image for our Eval Kit. This is an alternative to creating images individually via the Yocto project.
> Software Documentation
Information on the software documentation is stored in our software repository. It contains further information about the hardware startup and the handling of Yocto. A click to the links below will take you to the respective section of the software repo meta-iesy-osm on GitHub. Note: The GitHub information is only available in English.
In the "Hardware startup" section you will find instructions on how to get the hardware up and running. In addition, you will find further information on the startup of the iesy RPX30 EVA-MI Eval Kit.
Working with Yocto
The Yocto Project aims to develop tools and processes to enable the creation of Linux distributions for embedded and IoT software. It is an open source project. In the last years, Yocto has become more and more established as a standard on the embedded market. Yocto Linux is a collection of tools from numerous projects that are combined into a unified toolbox. With the included tools and mechanisms you can create your own Linux distribution.
Necessary information on how to get started and use Yocto is stored in the wiki at GitHub. There you will find details on the following topics:
- Preparation and first steps
- Getting Started
- Build and install image
- Build SDK
This storage structure of our hardware repository (file server) is primarily aimed for hardware developers.
> Hardware Documentation
Clicking the links below will take you directly to the relevant documents. In some cases, it is necessary to confirm the underlying license information.
Quick Start Guide
In the Quick Start Guide you will find all relevant information to start the Eval Kit. If you are interested to buy an Eval Kit, please use the contact form below.
This manual provides information of functions, components and specifications for iesy RPX30 EVA-MI.
The "Errata Sheet" describes previously known functional limitations or problems and gives hints for troubleshooting.
The engineering data of the Eval kit are stored in step format (zip archive).
The assembly drawing is an indispensable document that shows information about the location and polarity of individual components, among other things. You will find the assembly drawing in PDF format.
The BOM - Bill of Material - lists all used components and parts of the underlying baseboard for the iesy RX30 EVA-MI.
Schematic files are used for graphical representation of functions. The electronics and the various components are also identified in the schematic. On the files provided, you can see in detail how the functional interfaces have been implemented.
*You will receive this information by confirming the license notice and after internal approval.
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