Description of the iMXceet Solo / Dual S Demoboard


Name Kontron Part Number Description
iMXceet Solo S 43 50099014 Demoboard with i.MX6S, 4.3" Display and capacitive Touch
iMXceet Solo S 50 50099021 Demoboard with i.MX6S, 5" Display and capacitive Touch
iMXceet Solo S 70 50099019 Demoboard with i.MX6S, 7" Display and capacitive Touch
iMXceet Dual S 101 50099024 Demoboard with i.MX6D, 10.1" Display and capacitive Touch

Board History

Revision PCB Number Description/Changes
R000 1 950 1361
R001 1 951 1361
R002 1 952 1361 eMMC instead of NAND
2GB instead of 1GB RAM
R003 1 953 1361


  • 2GB RAM
  • 4GB eMMC
  • Micro SD-Card Slot
  • RTC
  • 2 x USB Host
  • 2 x Ethernet (100 MBit/s)
  • 2 x RS232
  • RS485 (or CAN)
  • 4 x digital IO
  • Display Interfaces: RGB, LVDS, HDMI

Serial Interfaces

Also see BSP / Using the Hardware / Serial Interfaces.
You need an additional adapter to translate the 3.3V-UART signals (provided on the Micro-SUB port) to USB.

i.MX6 Used as Accessible via Connector
uart1 - - -
uart2 Debug /dev/ttymxc1 X11
uart3 RS232 /dev/ttymxc2 X14 (Extension)
SocketCAN: can0
X24 (4pol)
uart5 RS232 /dev/ttymxc4 X23 (3pol)


Four digital inputs/outputs (either or) are available. If used as output the state can be read back from the associated input.
The table below shows number and function of available GPIOs. You can access them via the standard GPIO Sys-interface /sys/class/gpio

Name direction Accessible via Connector
dout1 output /sys/class/gpio/dout1 X17_DIO1
din1 input /sys/class/gpio/din1 X17_DIO1
dout2 output /sys/class/gpio/dout2 X17_DIO2
din2 input /sys/class/gpio/din2 X17_DIO2
dout3 output /sys/class/gpio/dout3 X17_DIO3
din3 input /sys/class/gpio/din3 X17_DIO3
dout4 output /sys/class/gpio/dout4 X17_DIO4
din4 input /sys/class/gpio/din4 X17_DIO4


A speaker can be plugged in X10

Display Interfaces

The displays of the devices described in capter "Models" are connected via the 50 pin RGB 24 interface (X12). X12 also includes the touch lines for the touch controller. Between display and board a display adapter board (bonded on the display) is required.

The board is additionally equiped with an 40 pin LVDS interface (X19). With this interface customer specific displays can be ćonnected via a convenient display adapter.


Name Connector Linux device
Ethernet 1 X7 eth0
Ethernet 2 X6 eth1


The connector X9 is including the two USB ports "top" and "bottom". Both ports are configured as USB Host in Linux. The "top" port can also be configured as device (dr_mode="peripheral" in the usbotg node of the devicetree). OTG mode is not possible because of the missing id pin on type A/B connectors.


Board Layout


Connector Pinouts

board_4.3_RS232 board_4.3_RS485 board_4_3_DIO board_4_3_AUDIO