Port Mapping

Device mapping

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# Name Notes/Description
1 5V Status LED Indicates 5V current flow.
2 3V3 Status LED Indicates 3.3V current flow. This is the same as the red LED on the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B
3 ACT Status LED CM3L Activity LED. This is the same as the green LED on the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B
4 SPD Status LED Ethernet Speed LED. off when in 10-Mbps mode, on when in 100-Mbps mode
5 FDX Status LED Ethernet Full-Duplex indicator
6 LNK Status LED Ethernet Link/Activity LED.
7 PAN Status LED If supported by the mPCIE (32) card connected, indicates PAN network activity
8 LAN Status LED If supported by the mPCIE (32) card connected, indicates LAN network activity
9 WAN Status LED If supported by the mPCIE (32) card connected, indicates WAN network activity
10 DSI connector Standard full-size Raspberry Pi Display connector
11 HDMI Full-size HDMI Type A with CEC support
12 CSI connector Standard full-size Raspberry Pi Camera connector
13 HAT connector 40-pin Raspberry Pi HAT (Hardware Attached on Top) standard connector
14 WiFi/BT combo chip 802.11ac/a/b/g/n 2.4 & 5GHz WiFi + Bluetooth 4.2
15 WiFi/BT uFL antenna connector If the RF switch is set on the external position, the antenna attached to this connector will become the main Radio antenna for the WiFi/BT combo chip (14)
16 WiFi/BT embedded antenna Embedded high-performance SMD antenna covering both 2.4 and 5GHz frequencies. It is the default antenna selected for the WiFi/BT combo chip (14)
17 Co-processor Artik020 MCU
18 USB1 ON Status LED The green LED stays on as long as there is enough current flowing on the top USB port. When this LED is off, it means a fault or under-voltage is happening on the top USB port
19 USB 2 x USB Type-A
20 USB2 ON Status LED The green LED stays on as long as there is enough current flowing on the bottom USB port. When this LED is off, it means a fault or under-voltage is happening on the bottom USB port
21 Ethernet 10/100 ethernet RJ45 connector
22 DBG - Programming port micro-USB connector that allows to flash the eMMC from a host computer using etcher.io or usbboot. If the device is powered on while there is a cable connected to this port, it will enter a programming mode exposing its eMMC as mass-storage to a host computer (via etcher.io or usbboot)
23 2-POS Phoenix connector 6-24V input power. This is a Industry standard connector. Use either this or the Barrel Jack connector (24) - never both at the same time!
24 2.1 / 5.5 mm Barrel Jack connector 6-24V input power. Use either this or the Phoenix connector (23) - never both at the same time!
25 Co-Processor I/O connector 8 x GPIO / ADC, 1 x SPI, 1 x I2C, 1 x Debug UART
26 CR122 RTC coin-cell battery socket This allows the embedded RTC to keep track of time while the device is powered off.
27 RGB LED
28 RESET push-button When pressed (and released) DS1307 reboots the CM3L (30)
29 nano-SIM socket This allows the use of a wide portfolio of cellular Modems via the mPCIE socket (32)
30 CM3L socket SODIMM-200 socket for the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 Lite
31 eMMC 8/16/32/64 GB class 5.1 industrial eMMC - main storage for the CM3L (30). Positioned under the CM3L (30)
32 mPCIE Mini PCI express socket
33 Antenna switch 2 position switch - when set to OFF, the WiFi/BT combo chip (14) uses the WiFi/BT embedded antenna (16). When set to ON, the WiFi/BT combo chip (14) uses the WiFi/BT uFL antenna connector (15)
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