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Venice MIPI DSI / CSI

The Venice family of rugged and industrial Single Board Computers feature MIPI DSI and CSI signals on many of the boards.

50-pin MIPI Media Connector

A 50-pin MIPI Media Connector is available on the GW720x/GW730x/GW740x with the following signalling:

  • 4-lane (4D+C) CSI (supports a maximum bitrate of 1.5Gbps on IMX8MM)
  • 4-lane (4D+C) DSI (supports a maximum bitrate of 1.5Gbps on IMX8MM; up to 1080p60 display)
  • bi-directional I2S audio
  • I2C
  • 4x GPIO

GW16136 RaspberryPi Camera and Display Adapter

This adapter plugs into the 50-pin MIPI Media header on the Gateworks SBC. The adapter brings all the DSI signals to one connector and CSI to another. The adapter was built in mind to be used with Raspberry Pi displays and cameras.

Additional Linux kernel driver support is required for various MIPI, I2C and I2S devices.

Purchase on the Gateworks shop: https://shop.gateworks.com/index.php?route=product/product&path=70_86&product_id=236

Raspberry Pi Displays

Not every Raspberry Pi Display will work out of the box.

Below are screens Gateworks has evaluated:

GW16145 MIPI Media Breakout board

This adapter plugs into the 50-pin MIPI Media header on the Gateworks SBC. The adapter brings all the signals to a 50 pin header that allows for a cable to be connected.

Additional Linux kernel driver support is required for various MIPI, I2C and I2S devices.

Connector used on the GW16145: Hirose DF20F-50DP-1V(56)

To make a cable that plugs into the GW16145, use Hirose DF20A-50DS-1C (Note also requires crimps)

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