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The smallest development board with...
The smallest development board with built-in camera on the market
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Availability date: 03/10/2015
|CPU||400MHz ARM926EJ 32bits RISC Core|
|RAM||64 MB DDR2|
|Storage||Micro SD card (8GB,16GB,32GB TF cards)|
|Size||38mm X 38mm|
|CMOS||Image sensor SoC30FPC@720P, Visible light with 940nm two way infrared lens filter, with infrared night vision function|
|Lens||M7*P0.35 EFL 3.0mm/F.N0 2.8/View angle 60°|
|Video||H.264 hardware encoding 1280x720@30fps, 32GB TF card can store 120 hours of video data|
|WIFI||USB WiFi module supported - it can be switched between AP and SLAVE modem supports WPS|
|RTC||Real time clock circuit and supporting OSD|
|PM||Support Li-ion battery charging with built-in AXP173 power management chip|
|GPIO||1UART/2GPIO, 2PWM/2GPIO, I2C, Audio line IN, HP Audio out L, HP Audio out R, 1SPI interface|
|OS||Linux 3.4.35 Kernel|
Banana Pi D1 allows you to create your own 'mini-HD camera. It can capture video and photos with a resolution of 1280x720 at 30 frames per second.
D1 is designed to give you posktytl all multimedia devices in one package. Just connect to an external battery source and D1 will do the rest. There's a mini-HD camera, audio sensor, a microphone, CPU, WiFi, GPIO, and more.