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Pinout for the Intel® Edison Compute Module


Last Reviewed: 25-Jul-2017
Article ID: 000006090

The Intel® Edison Compute Module is designed to lower the barriers of entry for anyone prototyping and producing IoT and wearable computing products.

Because space saving in wearable designs is very important, the Intel® Edison interfaces with end-user systems via a Hirose 70-pin DF40 Series header connector. The table shows the pin assignment of the 70-pin connector.

 
Pin number Pin name   Pin number Pin name
1 GND   36 RESET_OUT#
2 VSYS   37 GP182_PWM2
3 USB_ID   38 Unused
4 VSYS   39 GP183_PWM3
5 GND   40 Unused
6 VSYS   41 GP19_I2C_1_SCL
7 MSIC_SLP_CLK   42 GP15
8 3.3V   43 GP20_I2C_1_SDA
9 GND   44 GP84_SD_0_CLK_FB
10 3.3V   45 GP27_I2C_6_SCL
11 GND   46 GP131_UART_1_TX
12 1.8V   47 GP28_I2C_6_SDA
13 GND   48 GP14
14 DCIN   49 Unused
15 GND   50 GP42_I2S_2_RXD
16 USB_DP   51 GP111_SPI_2_FS1
17 PWRBTN#   52 GP40_I2S_2_CLK
18 USB_DN   53 GP110_SPI_2_FS0
19 FAULT   54 GP41_I2S_2_FS
20 USB_VBUS   55 GP109_SPI_2_CLK
21 PSW   56 GP43_I2S_2_TXD
22 GP134_UART_2_RX   57 GP115_SPI_2_TXD
23 V_BAT_BKUP   58 GP78_SD_0_CLK
24 GP44   59 GP114_SPI_2_RXD
25 GP165   60 GP77_SD_0_CD#
26 GP45   61 GP130_UART_1_RX
27 GP135_UART_2_TX   62 GP79_SD_0_CMD
28 GP46   63 GP129_UART_1_RTS
29 Unused   64 GP82_SD_0_DAT2
30 GP47   65 GP128_UART_1_CTS
31 RCVR_MODE   66 GP80_SD_0_DAT0
32 GP48   67 OSC_CLK_OUT_0
33 GP13_PWM1   68 GP83_SD_0_DAT3
34 GP49   69 FW_RCVR
35 GP12_PWM0   70 GP81_SD_0_DAT1
 

This image calls out the locations of Pin 1 (red arrow) and Pin 70 (yellow arrow). The locations of the other pins follow a back-and-forth pattern, with Pin 2 being directly above Pin 1, and Pin 69 is directly above Pin 70.
locations of Pin 1 (red arrow) and Pin 70 (yellow arrow)

 

More details about the Intel® Edison Compute Module can be found in the following document:

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