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    Introducing the New Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4

     

    The new Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 offer the power of Raspberry Pi 4 but in a extremely small and flexible form factor to fit for all kind of industrial applications and reduce time to market. the IO board is the easiest way to breakout this board into connectors and handle power.


    The Raspberry Pi CM4IO board is designed for development of products using the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4. In some situations the CM4IO board can be used directly in products. The CM4IO board contains many of the interfaces that the Raspberry Pi 4B has, for general usage you should refer to Raspberry Pi 4B documentation. The significant difference to a Raspberry Pi 4B is the addition of the a PCIe x1 socket. The CM4IO board can be used as a reference design for examples of how to interface to the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4.



    Features of the Raspberry Pi CM4 IO Board

    • Accepts the complete range of CM4 modules
    • External +12v PSU
    • 2x Full-size HDMI 2.0 connectors
    • Gigabit Ethernet RJ45 with POE support
    • 2x USB 2 Socket, with header for two more sockets
    • Micro USB socket for updating the CM4
    • Micro SDCARD socket for CM4Lite modules.
    • PCIe Gen 2 x1 socket
    • Standard Fan connector
    • External power connector ( +5, +12v)
    • 2x MIPI DSI display FPC connectors ( 22pin 0.5mm pitch cable)
    • 2x MIPI CSI-2 camera FPC connectors ( 22pin 0.5mm pitch cable)
    • Raspberry Pi HAT connector
    • RTC with Battery socket and ability to wake up CM4
    • Various jumpers to disable features e.g Wireless, EEPROM writing



    Interview
    Eben Upton, CEO, Raspberry Pi Trading and Dominic Plunkett, Senior Principle Hardware Engineer at Raspberry Pi Trading are excited to introduce and talk you through the new
    Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4!

    Eben Upton Talks about the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4


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