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The following list of components are found in the [http://files.pine64.org/doc/PinePhone/PinePhone%20v1.2a%20Released%20Schematic.pdf schematic] for the PinePhone 1.2a.
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The following list of components are found in the [https://files.pine64.org/doc/PinePhone/PinePhone%20v1.2b%20Released%20Schematic.pdf schematic] for the PinePhone 1.2b.
  
 
===Abreviations used in schematic===
 
===Abreviations used in schematic===
  
The following [https://www.electronics-notes.com/articles/analogue_circuits/circuits-symbols-diagrams/electronics-circuit-symbols-overview.php abbreviations) are used as the starting letter(s) to identify the components in the PinePhone schematics:
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The following [https://www.electronics-notes.com/articles/analogue_circuits/circuits-symbols-diagrams/electronics-circuit-symbols-overview.php abbreviations] are used as the starting letter(s) to identify the components in the PinePhone schematics:
  
 
* '''ANT''': antenna
 
* '''ANT''': antenna
* '''C''' : [capacitor](https://www.electronics-notes.com/articles/analogue_circuits/circuits-symbols-diagrams/capacitors-polar-nonpolar-variable.php)
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* '''C''' : [https://www.electronics-notes.com/articles/analogue_circuits/circuits-symbols-diagrams/capacitors-polar-nonpolar-variable.php capacitor]
* '''D''' : [diode](https://www.electronics-notes.com/articles/analogue_circuits/circuits-symbols-diagrams/diode-semiconductor.php)
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* '''D''' : [https://www.electronics-notes.com/articles/analogue_circuits/circuits-symbols-diagrams/diode-semiconductor.php diode]
* '''DU''' : "U" is for an integrated circuit, but not sure what the "D" means.
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* '''DU''' : Only used in the "DU1", which is an integrated circuit for memory
* '''FB''' : ? (e.g. FB804, FB805)
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* '''ED''' : Zener diode to protect against electrostatic discharge
* '''J''' : [wire link](https://www.electronics-notes.com/articles/analogue_circuits/circuits-symbols-diagrams/wires-switches-connectors.php) (i.e. a connector)
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* '''FB''' : [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferrite_bead ferrite bead]
* '''R''' : [r](https://www.electronics-notes.com/articles/analogue_circuits/circuits-symbols-diagrams/resistors-fixed-variable.php)[esistor](https://www.electronics-notes.com/articles/analogue_circuits/circuits-symbols-diagrams/resistors-fixed-variable.php)
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* '''J''' : [https://www.electronics-notes.com/articles/analogue_circuits/circuits-symbols-diagrams/wires-switches-connectors.php wire link] (i.e. a connector)
* '''L''' : [inductor](https://www.electronics-notes.com/articles/analogue_circuits/circuits-symbols-diagrams/inductors-chokes-coils-transformers.php)
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* '''R''' : [https://www.electronics-notes.com/articles/analogue_circuits/circuits-symbols-diagrams/resistors-fixed-variable.php resistor]
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* '''L''' : [https://www.electronics-notes.com/articles/analogue_circuits/circuits-symbols-diagrams/inductors-chokes-coils-transformers.php inductor]
 
* '''NC/''' : not connected (i.e. the part probably isn't placed on the board, but there are circuits in the PCB for it)  
 
* '''NC/''' : not connected (i.e. the part probably isn't placed on the board, but there are circuits in the PCB for it)  
 
* '''Q''' : transistor
 
* '''Q''' : transistor
 
* '''SW''' : switch
 
* '''SW''' : switch
* '''TP''' : test point
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* '''T''' : test point
 
* '''U''' : integrated circuit (i.e. a silicon chip)
 
* '''U''' : integrated circuit (i.e. a silicon chip)
 
* '''X''' : crystal oscillator (used for clocks)
 
* '''X''' : crystal oscillator (used for clocks)
  
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===P.4 LPDDR3 FPGA178===
  
===P.4 LPDDR3 FPGA178===
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<div style="margin-left:20px"><font color=dimgrey>'''''Note:''''' The title of this schematic page should be changed from "LPDDR3 FPGA178" to "LPDDR3 FBGA178", because the RAM chip is a 178-pin fine pitch ball grid array (FBGA), not a field-programmable gate array (FPGA).</font></div>
  
* DU1:<br>Artmem [http://files.pine64.org/doc/datasheet/pinephone/ATL3A1632H12A_mobile_lpddr3_11x11.5_v1.0_1600.pdf ATL3A1632H12A] 2GB 800MHz LPDDR3-1600 SDRAM, FBGA-178 11.0x11.5x0.93 mm<br>'''''Note:''''' RAM will be clocked slower at 667MHz, because the Allwinner A64 only supports up to 3GB LPDDR3-1333.<br>
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* DU1:<br>Artmem [http://files.pine64.org/doc/datasheet/pinephone/ATL3A1632H12A_mobile_lpddr3_11x11.5_v1.0_1600.pdf ATL3A1632H12A] 2GB 800MHz LPDDR3-1600 SDRAM, FBGA-178 11.0x11.5x0.93 mm<br><font color=dimgrey>'''''Note:''''' RAM will be clocked slower, since the Allwinner A64 only supports up to 3GB DDR3-1333 (666.5MHz) and doesn't specify the top supported LPDDR3 speed.</font>
  
 
===P.5 CPU===
 
===P.5 CPU===
  
* U1:<br>Allwinner [http://files.pine64.org/doc/datasheet/pine64/A64_Datasheet_V1.1.pdf A64] 1.2Ghz 4x Cortex-A53, 64-bit, superscalar, 32KB instruction & 32KB data L1 cache per core, 512KB L2 shared cache, ARM Mali-400 MP2 (Utgard) GPU, HDMI 1.4 (up to 4K@30), USB 2.0 with OTG, MIPI CSI, 4 channels in/out, 24-bit, 8-48 KHz audio, video encode: H.264 1080p@60, video decode: H.265 4K@30, H.265 1080p@120, H.264, MPEG1/2/4 / VP8 / AVS / AVS+ 1080p@60, FBGA-396 15x15 mm<br>'''''Note:''''' Clocked at 1.152Ghz on the PinePhone.
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* U1:<br>Allwinner [http://files.pine64.org/doc/datasheet/pine64/A64_Datasheet_V1.1.pdf A64] 1.2Ghz 4x Cortex-A53, 64-bit, superscalar, 32KB instruction & 32KB data L1 cache per core, 512KB L2 shared cache, ARM Mali-400 MP2 (Utgard) GPU, HDMI 1.4 (up to 4K@30), USB 2.0 with OTG, MIPI CSI, 4 channels in/out, 24-bit, 8-48 KHz audio, video encode: H.264 1080p@60, video decode: H.265 4K@30, H.265 1080p@120, H.264, MPEG1/2/4 / VP8 / AVS / AVS+ 1080p@60, FBGA-396 15x15 mm<br><font color=dimgrey>'''''Note:''''' Clocked at 1.152Ghz on the PinePhone.</font>
 
* X501:<br>Axtal [https://pdf1.alldatasheet.com/datasheet-pdf/view/228815/AXTAL/AXX3225/+Q2J83JVYUyCLcEbcvvzE+/datasheet.pdf AXX3225] 24MHz ±10ppm quartz crystal oscillator in SMD package, 3.2x2.5 mm
 
* X501:<br>Axtal [https://pdf1.alldatasheet.com/datasheet-pdf/view/228815/AXTAL/AXX3225/+Q2J83JVYUyCLcEbcvvzE+/datasheet.pdf AXX3225] 24MHz ±10ppm quartz crystal oscillator in SMD package, 3.2x2.5 mm
 
* D500:<br>Will Semiconductor [https://pdf1.alldatasheet.com/datasheet-pdf/view/1136979/WILLSEMI/ESD5451X/+01_7-9BXuHlLuHRMflaL..hDk+/datasheet.pdf ESD5451X] 1-line, bi-directional, transient voltage suppressor, EDS protection up to ±30kV and 8A.
 
* D500:<br>Will Semiconductor [https://pdf1.alldatasheet.com/datasheet-pdf/view/1136979/WILLSEMI/ESD5451X/+01_7-9BXuHlLuHRMflaL..hDk+/datasheet.pdf ESD5451X] 1-line, bi-directional, transient voltage suppressor, EDS protection up to ±30kV and 8A.
* X500:<br>Seiko Instruments Inc. (SII) [https://www.sii.co.jp/en/quartz/files/2013/03/SC-32S_Leaflet_e20151217.pdf SC32S] 32.768KHz crystal oscillator<br>'''''Note:''''' Not clear if using the [https://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/Seiko-Instruments-Micro-Energy/SC32S-125PF20PPM?qs=3CPZD7qAgihedyqH7awUjg%3D%3D SC32S-12.5PF20PPM] or the [https://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/Seiko-Semiconductors/SC32S-7PF20PPM?qs=3CPZD7qAgigZSR1ASVAS6w%3D%3D SC32S-7PF20PPM]<br>
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* X500:<br>Seiko Instruments Inc. (SII) [https://www.sii.co.jp/en/quartz/files/2013/03/SC-32S_Leaflet_e20151217.pdf SC32S] 32.768KHz crystal oscillator<br><font color=dimgrey>'''''Note:''''' Not clear if using the [https://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/Seiko-Instruments-Micro-Energy/SC32S-125PF20PPM?qs=3CPZD7qAgihedyqH7awUjg%3D%3D SC32S-12.5PF20PPM] or the [https://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/Seiko-Semiconductors/SC32S-7PF20PPM?qs=3CPZD7qAgigZSR1ASVAS6w%3D%3D SC32S-7PF20PPM]</font><br>
  
 
===P.6 POWER===
 
===P.6 POWER===
  
* ED600:<br>Will Semiconductor (WILLSEMI) [https://pdf1.alldatasheet.com/datasheet-pdf/view/1136979/WILLSEMI/ESD5451X/+01_7-9BXuHlLuHRMflaL..hDk+/datasheet.pdf ESD5451X] 1-line, bi-directional, transient voltage suppressor, EDS protection up to ±30kV and 8A.<br>'''''Note:''''' This part is marked as optional in the schematic and may not be included.
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* ED600:<br>Will Semiconductor (WILLSEMI) [https://pdf1.alldatasheet.com/datasheet-pdf/view/1136979/WILLSEMI/ESD5451X/+01_7-9BXuHlLuHRMflaL..hDk+/datasheet.pdf ESD5451X] 1-line, bi-directional, transient voltage suppressor, EDS protection up to ±30kV and 8A.<br><font color=dimgrey>'''''Note:''''' This part is marked as optional in the schematic and may not be included.</font>
 
* U600:<br>X-Powers [https://raw.githubusercontent.com/OLIMEX/OLINUXINO/master/DOCUMENTS/A64-PDFs/AXP803_Datasheet_V1.0.pdf AXP803] power management integrated circuit (PMIC) optimized for multi-core systems, li-ion battery fuel gauge, USB charger (up to 2.8A), QFN 68-pin, 8x8 mm
 
* U600:<br>X-Powers [https://raw.githubusercontent.com/OLIMEX/OLINUXINO/master/DOCUMENTS/A64-PDFs/AXP803_Datasheet_V1.0.pdf AXP803] power management integrated circuit (PMIC) optimized for multi-core systems, li-ion battery fuel gauge, USB charger (up to 2.8A), QFN 68-pin, 8x8 mm
 
* Q600:<br>Will Semiconductor [http://monitor.espec.ws/files/wpm1481_186.pdf WPM1481] single P-channel, -12V, -5.5A, power MOSFET
 
* Q600:<br>Will Semiconductor [http://monitor.espec.ws/files/wpm1481_186.pdf WPM1481] single P-channel, -12V, -5.5A, power MOSFET
* J600:<br>BA5924211-R battery connector<br>'''''Note:''''' [http://biz.everychina.com/ddream-r/z2eb2904-lateralpressure_ba5924211_r.html Picture] shows this part as having 8 pins, but the schematic shows 6 pins. [http://biz.everychina.com/ddream-r/z2eb2904-lateralpressure_ba5924211_r.html One page] says that it is made by LateralPressure, but [https://www.worldwayelec.com/pro/rohm-semiconductor/ba5924211-r/3528348 another] says it is made by ROHM.
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* J600:<br>BA5924211-R battery connector<br><font color=dimgrey>'''''Note:''''' [http://biz.everychina.com/ddream-r/z2eb2904-lateralpressure_ba5924211_r.html Picture] shows this part as having 8 pins, but the schematic shows 6 pins.</font> [http://biz.everychina.com/ddream-r/z2eb2904-lateralpressure_ba5924211_r.html One page] says that it is made by LateralPressure, but [https://www.worldwayelec.com/pro/rohm-semiconductor/ba5924211-r/3528348 another] says it is made by ROHM.
* L606:<br>IND_252010 2.2uH-2A inductor<br>'''''Note:''''' Maybe this is the TDK [https://product.tdk.com/info/en/catalog/datasheets/inductor_commercial_power_vls252010hbu_en.pdf VLS252010HBU]
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* L606:<br>IND_252010 2.2uH-2A inductor<br><font color=dimgrey>'''''Note:''''' Maybe this is the TDK [https://product.tdk.com/info/en/catalog/datasheets/inductor_commercial_power_vls252010hbu_en.pdf VLS252010HBU].</font>
 
* U601:<br>LowPowerSemi [https://datasheet.lcsc.com/szlcsc/2004281203_LOWPOWER-LP6226CB6F_C517054.pdf LP6226CB6F] high efficiency boost DC/DC converter with 33V, 1.5A power MOSFET, SOT23-6 package
 
* U601:<br>LowPowerSemi [https://datasheet.lcsc.com/szlcsc/2004281203_LOWPOWER-LP6226CB6F_C517054.pdf LP6226CB6F] high efficiency boost DC/DC converter with 33V, 1.5A power MOSFET, SOT23-6 package
 
* D600:<br>On semiconductor [https://www.onsemi.com/pub/Collateral/SS24-D.PDF SS24] Schottky power rectifier, [https://www.nexperia.com/packages/SOD123.html SOD123] package<br>
 
* D600:<br>On semiconductor [https://www.onsemi.com/pub/Collateral/SS24-D.PDF SS24] Schottky power rectifier, [https://www.nexperia.com/packages/SOD123.html SOD123] package<br>
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===P.7 NAND/eMMC===
 
===P.7 NAND/eMMC===
  
* U700:<br>Kimtigo [http://files.pine64.org/doc/datasheet/pinephone/Kimtigo_fbga153_16_32_64_eMMC_datasheet_v1.3.pdf KM110SS0016GxA-DDD00WT] 16GB eMMC 5.1 TLC NAND Flash memory, FBGA-153 11.5×13.0×1.0 mm.<br>'''''Note 1:''''' The schematic says the package is BGA-169, but the Kimtigo documentation says it is FBGA-153.<br>'''''Note 2:''''' The A64 only supports up to eMMC 5.0.<br>
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* U700:<br>Kimtigo [http://files.pine64.org/doc/datasheet/pinephone/Kimtigo_fbga153_16_32_64_eMMC_datasheet_v1.3.pdf KM110SS0016GxA-DDD00WT] 16GB eMMC 5.1 TLC NAND Flash memory, FBGA-153 11.5×13.0×1.0 mm.<br><font color=dimgrey>'''''Note 1:''''' The schematic says the package is BGA-169, but the Kimtigo documentation says it is FBGA-153.<br>'''''Note 2:''''' The A64 only supports up to eMMC 5.0.<br>'''''Note 3:''''' The schematic lists the part as KM110SS0016GxA-DDD00WT, but [https://xnux.eu/devices/photos/pp-1.1.html these photos] show that its variant, the KM111SS0016GxA-DDD00WT, is being used in the 16GB PinePhone.</font><br>
  
 
===P.8 AUDIO===
 
===P.8 AUDIO===
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* J801:<br>JA-3606-001AA 3.5mm audio jack
 
* J801:<br>JA-3606-001AA 3.5mm audio jack
 
* Q801:<br>Toshiba [https://toshiba.semicon-storage.com/info/docget.jsp?did=10004&prodName=SSM3K35MFV SSM3K35MFV] field-effect transistor, silicon N-channel MOS type
 
* Q801:<br>Toshiba [https://toshiba.semicon-storage.com/info/docget.jsp?did=10004&prodName=SSM3K35MFV SSM3K35MFV] field-effect transistor, silicon N-channel MOS type
* U800:<br>Shanghai awinic technology [https://www.awinic.com/Cn/Index/pageView/catid/107/id/45.html AW8737SCSR] high efficiency (80%), low noise (53μV), ultra-low distortion (0.008%), constant large volume, 7th generation class K audio amplifier, 1.6×1.68 mm CSP-14 package, 0.4mm pitch [https://pdf1.alldatasheet.com/datasheet-pdf/view/1147555/AWINIC/AW8737SCSR/+014J7J8XvUpOKG+Gc..whdxee+/datasheet.pdf [datasheet]]<br>
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* U800:<br>Shanghai awinic technology [https://www.awinic.com/Cn/Index/pageView/catid/107/id/45.html AW8737SCSR] high efficiency (80%), low noise (53μV), ultra-low distortion (0.008%), constant large volume, 7th generation class K audio amplifier, 1.6×1.68 mm CSP-14 package, 0.4mm pitch [https://pdf1.alldatasheet.com/datasheet-pdf/view/1147555/AWINIC/AW8737SCSR/+014J7J8XvUpOKG+Gc..whdxee+/datasheet.pdf [datasheet]]
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* FB800, FB801:<br>600ohm at 100MHz ferrite bead in a [https://www.electronics-notes.com/articles/electronic_components/surface-mount-technology-smd-smt/packages.php 0402] package ([https://uk.farnell.com/c/passive-components/emc-rfi-suppression/ferrites-ferrite-assortments/ferrite-beads?impedance-100mhz=600ohm examples])
  
 
===P.9 T-CADD/USB===
 
===P.9 T-CADD/USB===
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* Q901, Q902, Q903:<br>Toshiba [https://toshiba.semicon-storage.com/info/docget.jsp?did=10004&prodName=SSM3K35MFV SSM3K35MFV] field-effect transistor, silicon N-channel MOS type
 
* Q901, Q902, Q903:<br>Toshiba [https://toshiba.semicon-storage.com/info/docget.jsp?did=10004&prodName=SSM3K35MFV SSM3K35MFV] field-effect transistor, silicon N-channel MOS type
 
* ED900, ED901, ED902:<br>Will Semiconductor [https://pdf1.alldatasheet.com/datasheet-pdf/view/1136979/WILLSEMI/ESD5451X/+01_7-9BXuHlLuHRMflaL..hDk+/datasheet.pdf ESD5451X] 1-line, bi-directional, transient voltage suppressor, EDS protection up to ±30kV and 8A.
 
* ED900, ED901, ED902:<br>Will Semiconductor [https://pdf1.alldatasheet.com/datasheet-pdf/view/1136979/WILLSEMI/ESD5451X/+01_7-9BXuHlLuHRMflaL..hDk+/datasheet.pdf ESD5451X] 1-line, bi-directional, transient voltage suppressor, EDS protection up to ±30kV and 8A.
* J901:<br>SA-2202-112 25-pin microSD and TF slot<br>
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* J901:<br>SA-2202-112 25-pin Micro-SIM and TF slot<br>
  
 
===P.10 CAMERA===
 
===P.10 CAMERA===
  
* J1000:<br>T03-1025-FG01 27-pin connector to the rear camera.<br>'''''Note:''''' The schematic says “GC2035-200W”, which is a mistake because the rear camera is the OmniVision [http://files.pine64.org/doc/datasheet/pinephone/OV5640_datasheet.pdf OV6540].
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* J1000:<br>T03-1025-FG01 27-pin connector to the rear camera.<br><font color=dimgrey>'''''Note:''''' The schematic says “GC2035-200W”, which is a mistake because the rear camera is the OmniVision [http://files.pine64.org/doc/datasheet/pinephone/OV5640_datasheet.pdf OV6540].</font>
* J1001:<br>T03-1025-FG01 27-pin connector to the front camera.<br>'''''Note:''''' The schematic says “GC2035-200W”, which is a mistake because the rear camera is the GalaxyCore [http://files.pine64.org/doc/datasheet/pinephone/GC2145%20CSP%20DataSheet%20release%20V1.0_20131201.pdf GC2145], not the GalaxyCore [https://g2g9w6w7.stackpathcdn.com/pdf-down/G/C/2/GC2035-GalaxyCore.pdf GC2035].
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* J1001:<br>T03-1025-FG01 27-pin connector to the front camera.<br><font color=dimgrey>'''''Note:''''' The schematic says “GC2035-200W”, which is a mistake because the rear camera is the GalaxyCore [http://files.pine64.org/doc/datasheet/pinephone/GC2145%20CSP%20DataSheet%20release%20V1.0_20131201.pdf GC2145], not the GalaxyCore [https://g2g9w6w7.stackpathcdn.com/pdf-down/G/C/2/GC2035-GalaxyCore.pdf GC2035].</font>
 
* U1000:<br>Shanghai awinic technology [https://pdf1.alldatasheet.com/datasheet-pdf/view/1147538/AWINIC/AW3641EDNR/+014J75AXvUpOKG+GczEDzOOae+/datasheet.pdf AW3641EDNR] flash LED driver with programmable timer and PWM dimming torch mode, 1A, 8 current levels.<br>
 
* U1000:<br>Shanghai awinic technology [https://pdf1.alldatasheet.com/datasheet-pdf/view/1147538/AWINIC/AW3641EDNR/+014J75AXvUpOKG+GczEDzOOae+/datasheet.pdf AW3641EDNR] flash LED driver with programmable timer and PWM dimming torch mode, 1A, 8 current levels.<br>
  
 
===P.11 LCM/CTP===
 
===P.11 LCM/CTP===
  
* J1100:<br>FPC24-PT05B, OK-24F-04 28-pin connector to the MIPI DSI LCD
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<div style="margin-left:20px"><font color=dimgrey>'''''Note:''''' "LCM/CTP" means "liquid crystal display monitor/capacitive touch panel". An LCM generally includes an LCD screen + LED backlight + PCB with the LCD controller + frame.</font></div>
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* J1100:<br>FPC24-PT05B, OK-24F-04 28-pin connector to the MIPI-DSI LCD
 
* LED2:<br>RGB LED
 
* LED2:<br>RGB LED
* J1101:<br>CON6-0.5, TP_6PIN-ZQ01 8-pin connector to the capacitive touch panel controller
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* J1101:<br>CON6-0.5, TP_6PIN-ZQ01 8-pin connector to the capacitive touch panel controller<br><font color=dimgrey>'''''Note:''''' The label says that the connector has 6-pins, but the schematic shows 8-pins.</font>
 
* ED1100, ED1101, ED1102, ED1103:<br>Will Semiconductor [https://pdf1.alldatasheet.com/datasheet-pdf/view/1136979/WILLSEMI/ESD5451X/+01_7-9BXuHlLuHRMflaL..hDk+/datasheet.pdf ESD5451X] 1-line, bi-directional, transient voltage suppressor, EDS protection up to ±30kV and 8A.
 
* ED1100, ED1101, ED1102, ED1103:<br>Will Semiconductor [https://pdf1.alldatasheet.com/datasheet-pdf/view/1136979/WILLSEMI/ESD5451X/+01_7-9BXuHlLuHRMflaL..hDk+/datasheet.pdf ESD5451X] 1-line, bi-directional, transient voltage suppressor, EDS protection up to ±30kV and 8A.
* U1100:<br>Chipown [http://www.datasheet39.com/download.php?id=924200 AP3127B025] step-up DC/DC converter series, white LED backlight driver, 6-pin SOT-23-6L package.<br>
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* U1100:<br>Chipown [http://www.datasheet39.com/download.php?id=924200 AP3127B025] step-up DC/DC converter series, white LED backlight driver, 6-pin SOT-23-6L package.
  
 
===P.12 SENSORS/MT/KEY===
 
===P.12 SENSORS/MT/KEY===
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* J1200:<br>8-pin connector to test points
 
* J1200:<br>8-pin connector to test points
 
* ED1200, ED1201:<br>Will Semiconductor [https://pdf1.alldatasheet.com/datasheet-pdf/view/1136979/WILLSEMI/ESD5451X/+01_7-9BXuHlLuHRMflaL..hDk+/datasheet.pdf ESD5451X] 1-line, bi-directional, transient voltage suppressor, EDS protection up to ±30kV and 8A.
 
* ED1200, ED1201:<br>Will Semiconductor [https://pdf1.alldatasheet.com/datasheet-pdf/view/1136979/WILLSEMI/ESD5451X/+01_7-9BXuHlLuHRMflaL..hDk+/datasheet.pdf ESD5451X] 1-line, bi-directional, transient voltage suppressor, EDS protection up to ±30kV and 8A.
* U1200:<br>STmicroelectronics [https://www.st.com/en/mems-and-sensors/lis3mdl.html LIS3MDL] ultra-low-power three-axis magnetometer, LGA-12 2.0x2.0x1.0 mm [https://www.st.com/resource/en/datasheet/lis3mdl.pdf [datasheet]]
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* U1200:<br>STmicroelectronics [https://www.st.com/en/mems-and-sensors/lis3mdl.html LIS3MDL] ultra-low-power three-axis magnetometer, LGA-12 2.0x2.0x1.0 mm [https://www.st.com/resource/en/datasheet/lis3mdl.pdf [datasheet]]<br><font color=dimgrey>'''''Note:''''' The LIS3MDL is currently unavailable, so it [https://www.pine64.org/2021/03/15/march-update/#comment-4273 has been replaced] in the PinePhone Beta Edition with the Voltafield AF8133L e-Compass, which is unlisted on the Voltafield web site, but the [http://www.voltafield.com/products01.html AF8133J] is listed. Presumably U1200 will be unpopulated and U1203 will be populated in the Beta Edition, since they appear to be alternatives.</font>
 
* U1201:<br>SensorTek [https://web.archive.org/web/20190601120915/http://www.sensortek.com.tw/en/product/Proximity_Sensor_with_ALS.html STK3311-A] proximity and ambient light sensor (large gap) with built-in infrared LED, DFN-8 3.94x2.36x1.35 mm [https://cdn.datasheetspdf.com/pdf-down/S/T/K/STK3310-Sensortek.pdf [datasheet]]
 
* U1201:<br>SensorTek [https://web.archive.org/web/20190601120915/http://www.sensortek.com.tw/en/product/Proximity_Sensor_with_ALS.html STK3311-A] proximity and ambient light sensor (large gap) with built-in infrared LED, DFN-8 3.94x2.36x1.35 mm [https://cdn.datasheetspdf.com/pdf-down/S/T/K/STK3310-Sensortek.pdf [datasheet]]
 
* U1202:<br>TDK InvenSense [https://invensense.tdk.com/products/motion-tracking/6-axis/mpu-6050/ MPU6050] six-axis, low-power MEMS gyroscope and accelerometer, QFN-24 4x4x0.9 mm [https://invensense.tdk.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/MPU-6000-Datasheet1.pdf [datasheet]]
 
* U1202:<br>TDK InvenSense [https://invensense.tdk.com/products/motion-tracking/6-axis/mpu-6050/ MPU6050] six-axis, low-power MEMS gyroscope and accelerometer, QFN-24 4x4x0.9 mm [https://invensense.tdk.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/MPU-6000-Datasheet1.pdf [datasheet]]
* U1203:<br>Asahi Kasei Microdevices (AKM) [https://static6.arrow.com/aropdfconversion/19f6bc6e0891877d596c7b1da69df3d2ea4388a5/31ak09911.pdf AK09911] 3-axis electronic compass IC with Hall sensor, 8-pin WL-CSP (BGA), 1.2×1.2×0.5 mm<br>'''''or'''''<br>Voltafield Technology Corp. (VTC) [http://www.winforcetek.com/pdf/PD-DST-0011-00%20AF8133J%20V03.pdf AF8133J] 3-axis electronic compass with proprietary anisotropic magneto resistive (AMR) technology, 8-pin WLCSP 1.2x1.2x0.5 mm<br>'''''Note:''''' Both parts are listed, so have to check PCB to see which was used. It is not clear why this part is needed when the device already has the LIS3MDL.
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* U1203:<br>Asahi Kasei Microdevices (AKM) [https://static6.arrow.com/aropdfconversion/19f6bc6e0891877d596c7b1da69df3d2ea4388a5/31ak09911.pdf AK09911] 3-axis electronic compass IC with Hall sensor, 8-pin WL-CSP (BGA), 1.2×1.2×0.5 mm<br>'''''or'''''<br>Voltafield Technology Corp. (VTC) [http://www.winforcetek.com/pdf/PD-DST-0011-00%20AF8133J%20V03.pdf AF8133J] 3-axis electronic compass with proprietary anisotropic magneto resistive (AMR) technology, 8-pin WLCSP 1.2x1.2x0.5 mm<br><font color=dimgrey>'''''Note:''''' These parts appear to be alternatives to be used if the LIS3MDL is unavailable, so U1203 was probably unpopulated in BraveHeart and the Community Editions, but will be populated in the Beta Edition.</font>
* U1204:<br>Bosch Sensortek [https://datasheet.lcsc.com/szlcsc/1912111437_Bosch-Sensortec-BMI120_C437657.pdf BMI120] 3-axis gyroscope and accelerometer, LGA-14 2.5x3.0x0.83 mm<br>'''''Note:''''' Listed as “NC/BMI120”, where “NC” probably means “not connected”, so there may be circuits in the PCB for the part, but it is not placed on the board. This is probably an alternative to the MPU6050.
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* U1204:<br>Bosch Sensortek [https://datasheet.lcsc.com/szlcsc/1912111437_Bosch-Sensortec-BMI120_C437657.pdf BMI120] 3-axis gyroscope and accelerometer, LGA-14 2.5x3.0x0.83 mm<br><font color=dimgrey>'''''Note:''''' Listed as “NC/BMI120”, where “NC” probably means “not connected”, so there may be circuits in the PCB for the part, but it is not placed on the board. This is probably an alternative to the TDK InvenSense MPU6050, in case it isn't available or costs too much.</font>
 
* Q1200:<br>Toshiba [https://toshiba.semicon-storage.com/info/docget.jsp?did=10004&prodName=SSM3K35MFV SSM3K35MFV] field-effect transistor, silicon N-channel MOS type
 
* Q1200:<br>Toshiba [https://toshiba.semicon-storage.com/info/docget.jsp?did=10004&prodName=SSM3K35MFV SSM3K35MFV] field-effect transistor, silicon N-channel MOS type
 
* D1200:<br>Torex [https://www.torexsemi.com/file/xbs104s14r/XBS104S14R.pdf XBS104S14] Schottky barrier diode, 1A, 40V, SOD-123A package
 
* D1200:<br>Torex [https://www.torexsemi.com/file/xbs104s14r/XBS104S14R.pdf XBS104S14] Schottky barrier diode, 1A, 40V, SOD-123A package
* J1201:<br>2-pin connector to a motor, 1x1.8 mm<br>'''''Note:''''' Presumably this is a vibration motor.<br>
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* J1201:<br>2-pin connector to a motor, 1x1.8 mm<br><font color=dimgrey>'''''Note:''''' Presumably this is a vibration motor.</font><br>
  
 
===P.13 DIGITAL VIDEO===
 
===P.13 DIGITAL VIDEO===
  
* J1300:<br>OK-50F-04 40-pin connector
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* J1300:<br>OK-50F-04 40-pin connector<br><font color=dimgrey>'''''Note:''''' This part is probably produced by Shenzhen Yaqi Technology Co., which is part of OCN in Taiwan, and uses the Archie brand name.</font>
* U1304:<br>Analogix [https://www.analogix.com/en/system/files/AA-002281-PB-6-ANX7688_Product_Brief_0.pdf ANX7688] HDMI to USB-C bridge with MUX, converts HDMI 2.0 to DisplayPort Alternate Mode, USB-C Power Delivery (PD), BGA-64.<br>'''''Note 1:''''' The schematic lists this part as “ANX7688S”, but it is unclear what the “S” at the end stands for.<br>'''''Note 2:''''' xnux.eu provides [https://xnux.eu/devices/feature/anx7688.html more info] on the ANX7688, including flashing the firmware.
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* U1304:<br>Analogix [https://www.analogix.com/en/system/files/AA-002281-PB-6-ANX7688_Product_Brief_0.pdf ANX7688] HDMI to USB-C bridge with MUX, converts HDMI 2.0 to DisplayPort Alternate Mode, USB-C Power Delivery (PD), BGA-64.<br><font color=dimgrey>'''''Note 1:''''' The schematic lists this part as “ANX7688S”, but it is unclear what the “S” at the end stands for.<br>'''''Note 2:''''' xnux.eu provides [https://xnux.eu/devices/feature/anx7688.html more info] on the ANX7688, including flashing the firmware.</font>
 
* U1300:<br>America Techcode Semiconductor [http://techcodesemi.com/datasheet/TD6817.pdf TD6817] 1.5MHz 2A synchronous step-down regulator dropout, SOT23-5 package<br>'''''or'''''<br>Diodes Incorporated [https://media.digikey.com/pdf/Data%20Sheets/Diodes%20PDFs/AP3406.pdf AP3406K-ADJTRG1] buck switching regulator IC positive adjustable 0.6V 650mA [https://media.digikey.com/pdf/Data%20Sheets/Diodes%20PDFs/AP3406.pdf [datasheet]]
 
* U1300:<br>America Techcode Semiconductor [http://techcodesemi.com/datasheet/TD6817.pdf TD6817] 1.5MHz 2A synchronous step-down regulator dropout, SOT23-5 package<br>'''''or'''''<br>Diodes Incorporated [https://media.digikey.com/pdf/Data%20Sheets/Diodes%20PDFs/AP3406.pdf AP3406K-ADJTRG1] buck switching regulator IC positive adjustable 0.6V 650mA [https://media.digikey.com/pdf/Data%20Sheets/Diodes%20PDFs/AP3406.pdf [datasheet]]
 
* U1302:<br>LowPowerSemi [https://cdn.datasheetspdf.com/pdf-down/L/P/W/LPW5206-LowPowerSemi.pdf LPW5206H] USB power loading switch, N-channel MOSFET, SOT23-5 package
 
* U1302:<br>LowPowerSemi [https://cdn.datasheetspdf.com/pdf-down/L/P/W/LPW5206-LowPowerSemi.pdf LPW5206H] USB power loading switch, N-channel MOSFET, SOT23-5 package
Line 109: Line 114:
 
===P.15 MODEM-4G===
 
===P.15 MODEM-4G===
  
* U1500:<br>Quectel [https://www.quectel.com/UploadFile/Product/Quectel_EG25-G_LTE_Specification_V1.1.pdf EG25-G] GSM/UMTS/LTE cellular modem and GNSS (GPS/Galileo/GLONASS/BeiDou/QZSS, with A-GPS), LGA-144 9.0x32.0x2.4
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* U1500:<br>Quectel [https://www.quectel.com/UploadFile/Product/Quectel_EG25-G_LTE_Specification_V1.1.pdf EG25-G] GSM/UMTS/LTE cellular modem and GNSS (GPS/Galileo/GLONASS/BeiDou/QZSS, with A-GPS), LGA-144 9.0x32.0x2.4 mm
 
* U1502, 1503, 1504:<br>Texas Instruments [https://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/txb0104.pdf TXB0104YZT] 4-bit bidirectional voltage-level translator with automatic direction sensing and ±15-kV ESD protection, 12-pin DSBGA 1.40×1.90 mm
 
* U1502, 1503, 1504:<br>Texas Instruments [https://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/txb0104.pdf TXB0104YZT] 4-bit bidirectional voltage-level translator with automatic direction sensing and ±15-kV ESD protection, 12-pin DSBGA 1.40×1.90 mm
 
* Q1501, Q1503, Q1504, Q1505:<br>Toshiba [https://toshiba.semicon-storage.com/info/docget.jsp?did=10004&prodName=SSM3K35MFV SSM3K35MFV] field-effect transistor, silicon N-channel MOS type
 
* Q1501, Q1503, Q1504, Q1505:<br>Toshiba [https://toshiba.semicon-storage.com/info/docget.jsp?did=10004&prodName=SSM3K35MFV SSM3K35MFV] field-effect transistor, silicon N-channel MOS type
 
* J1500, J1502:<br>MRF004-P01A 4-pin connector
 
* J1500, J1502:<br>MRF004-P01A 4-pin connector
* Q1500:<br>Will Semiconductor [http://monitor.espec.ws/files/wpm1481_186.pdf WPM1481] single P-channel, -12V, -5.5A, power MOSFET<br>'''''Note:''''' The documentation shows 6 pins, but the schematic shows 8 pins.<br>
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* Q1500:<br>Will Semiconductor [http://monitor.espec.ws/files/wpm1481_186.pdf WPM1481] single P-channel, -12V, -5.5A, power MOSFET<br><font color=dimgrey>'''''Note:''''' The documentation shows 6 pins, but the schematic shows 8 pins.</font>
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&nbsp;
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===Component Counts===
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 +
{| class="wikitable"
 +
! Type of component !! Main PCB !! USB PCB
 +
|-
 +
| Antenna connectors (ANT''xxx'') || 6 || 4
 +
|-
 +
| Capacitors (C''xxx'') || 296 || 16
 +
|-
 +
| Diodes (D''xxx'') || 5 || 0
 +
|-
 +
| Zener diodes (ED''xxx'') || 17 || 0
 +
|-
 +
| Ferrite beads (FB''xxx'') || 6 || 0
 +
|-
 +
| Wire links / connectors (J''xxx'') || 14 || 4
 +
|-
 +
| Resistors (R''xxx'') || 222 || 0
 +
|-
 +
| Inductors (L''xxx'') || 15 || 0
 +
|-
 +
| Transistors (Q''xxx'') || 16 || 19*
 +
|-
 +
| Switches (SW''xxx'') || 1 || 0
 +
|-
 +
| Test points (T''xxx'') || 27 || 3
 +
|-
 +
| Integrated circuits (U/DU''xxx'') || 24† || 2
 +
|-
 +
| Crystal oscillators (X''xxx'') || 5 || 0
 +
|-
 +
| '''Total without test points''' || '''627''' || '''45'''
 +
|-
 +
| '''Total with test points''' || '''654''' || '''48'''
 +
|}
 +
&nbsp;
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 +
Here is how the PinePhone compares with the Librem 5 in terms of components:
 +
 
 +
{| class="wikitable"
 +
! Type of component !! Librem 5 main !! Librem 5 USB !! PinePhone main !! PinePhone USB
 +
|-
 +
| Antenna connectors (ANT''xxx'')    || 3  || 2  || 6  || 4
 +
|-
 +
| Capacitors (C''xxx'')              || 521 || 11 || 296 || 16
 +
|-
 +
| Diodes (D/TVS/ED''xxx'')          || 59  || 1  || 22  || 0
 +
|-
 +
| Connectors (J/CON''xxx'')          || 26  || 10 || 14  || 4
 +
|-
 +
| Resistors (R/F''xxx'')            || 348 || 8  || 222 || 0
 +
|-
 +
| Inductors (L/FB''xxx'')            || 79  || 7  || 21  || 0
 +
|-
 +
| Transistors (Q''xxx'')            || 17  || 0  || 16  || 19*
 +
|-
 +
| Switches (SW''xxx'')              || 5  || 0  || 1  || 0
 +
|-
 +
| Test points (T/TC/TP/TS/TV''xxx'') || 126 || 4  || 27  || 3
 +
|-
 +
| Integrated circuits (U/DU''xxx'')  || 65  || 2  || 24† || 2
 +
|-
 +
| Crystal oscillators (Y/X''xxx'')  || 10  || 0  || 5  || 0
 +
|-
 +
| '''Total without test points'''    ||'''1133'''||'''41'''||'''627'''||'''45'''
 +
|-
 +
| '''Total with test points'''      ||'''1259'''||'''45'''||'''654'''||'''48'''
 +
|}
 +
 
 +
<nowiki>*</nowiki> 18 parts for the PinePhone USB-C port are labeled as T''xxx'' in the schematic with the image of transistors, but it is possible that these are resistors and capacitors.
 +
 
 +
† There are 26 U/DU''xxx'' listed in the PinePhone schematic, but the two extra are for an alternative magnetometer (U1200 / U1203) and an alternative gyroscope and accelerometer (U1202 / U1204) which are unpopulated.
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 +
Source: [https://forums.puri.sm/t/component-counts-in-the-librem-5-and-pinephone/11240 Amos Batto]
  
 
===Other components not in the schematics===
 
===Other components not in the schematics===
  
* SGMICRO [http://www.sg-micro.com/uploads/soft/20190829/1567071622.pdf SGM3140] 500mA buck/boost charge pump LED driver for camera flash and torch, TDFN-10 3x3x0.75 mm
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* SGMICRO [http://www.sg-micro.com/uploads/soft/20190829/1567071622.pdf SGM3140] 500mA buck/boost charge pump LED driver for camera flash and torch, TDFN-10 3x3x0.75 mm<br><font color=dimgrey>'''''Note:''''' The [[PinePhone#Components|PinePhone page]] lists the SGM3140, but the schematics contain the U1000: awinic AW3641EDNR, so it is unclear why the SGM3140 is needed.</font>
 
* Goodix [http://files.pine64.org/doc/datasheet/pinephone/GT917S-Datasheet.pdf GT917S] touch controller
 
* Goodix [http://files.pine64.org/doc/datasheet/pinephone/GT917S-Datasheet.pdf GT917S] touch controller
 
* Sitronix [http://files.pine64.org/doc/datasheet/pinephone/ST7703_DS_v01_20160128.pdf ST7703] MIPI LCD driver
 
* Sitronix [http://files.pine64.org/doc/datasheet/pinephone/ST7703_DS_v01_20160128.pdf ST7703] MIPI LCD driver
 
* Xingbangda [https://lkml.org/lkml/2020/6/16/1654 XBD599] 5.99″ IPS LCD, 720x1440 pixels, 16.7M colors, hardened glass
 
* Xingbangda [https://lkml.org/lkml/2020/6/16/1654 XBD599] 5.99″ IPS LCD, 720x1440 pixels, 16.7M colors, hardened glass
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[[Category:PinePhone]] [[Category:Allwinner A64]]

Revision as of 18:48, 13 June 2021

The following list of components are found in the schematic for the PinePhone 1.2b.

Abreviations used in schematic

The following abbreviations are used as the starting letter(s) to identify the components in the PinePhone schematics:

  • ANT: antenna
  • C : capacitor
  • D : diode
  • DU : Only used in the "DU1", which is an integrated circuit for memory
  • ED : Zener diode to protect against electrostatic discharge
  • FB : ferrite bead
  • J : wire link (i.e. a connector)
  • R : resistor
  • L : inductor
  • NC/ : not connected (i.e. the part probably isn't placed on the board, but there are circuits in the PCB for it)
  • Q : transistor
  • SW : switch
  • T : test point
  • U : integrated circuit (i.e. a silicon chip)
  • X : crystal oscillator (used for clocks)

P.4 LPDDR3 FPGA178

Note: The title of this schematic page should be changed from "LPDDR3 FPGA178" to "LPDDR3 FBGA178", because the RAM chip is a 178-pin fine pitch ball grid array (FBGA), not a field-programmable gate array (FPGA).
  • DU1:
    Artmem ATL3A1632H12A 2GB 800MHz LPDDR3-1600 SDRAM, FBGA-178 11.0x11.5x0.93 mm
    Note: RAM will be clocked slower, since the Allwinner A64 only supports up to 3GB DDR3-1333 (666.5MHz) and doesn't specify the top supported LPDDR3 speed.

P.5 CPU

  • U1:
    Allwinner A64 1.2Ghz 4x Cortex-A53, 64-bit, superscalar, 32KB instruction & 32KB data L1 cache per core, 512KB L2 shared cache, ARM Mali-400 MP2 (Utgard) GPU, HDMI 1.4 (up to 4K@30), USB 2.0 with OTG, MIPI CSI, 4 channels in/out, 24-bit, 8-48 KHz audio, video encode: H.264 1080p@60, video decode: H.265 4K@30, H.265 1080p@120, H.264, MPEG1/2/4 / VP8 / AVS / AVS+ 1080p@60, FBGA-396 15x15 mm
    Note: Clocked at 1.152Ghz on the PinePhone.
  • X501:
    Axtal AXX3225 24MHz ±10ppm quartz crystal oscillator in SMD package, 3.2x2.5 mm
  • D500:
    Will Semiconductor ESD5451X 1-line, bi-directional, transient voltage suppressor, EDS protection up to ±30kV and 8A.
  • X500:
    Seiko Instruments Inc. (SII) SC32S 32.768KHz crystal oscillator
    Note: Not clear if using the SC32S-12.5PF20PPM or the SC32S-7PF20PPM

P.6 POWER

  • ED600:
    Will Semiconductor (WILLSEMI) ESD5451X 1-line, bi-directional, transient voltage suppressor, EDS protection up to ±30kV and 8A.
    Note: This part is marked as optional in the schematic and may not be included.
  • U600:
    X-Powers AXP803 power management integrated circuit (PMIC) optimized for multi-core systems, li-ion battery fuel gauge, USB charger (up to 2.8A), QFN 68-pin, 8x8 mm
  • Q600:
    Will Semiconductor WPM1481 single P-channel, -12V, -5.5A, power MOSFET
  • J600:
    BA5924211-R battery connector
    Note: Picture shows this part as having 8 pins, but the schematic shows 6 pins. One page says that it is made by LateralPressure, but another says it is made by ROHM.
  • L606:
    IND_252010 2.2uH-2A inductor
    Note: Maybe this is the TDK VLS252010HBU.
  • U601:
    LowPowerSemi LP6226CB6F high efficiency boost DC/DC converter with 33V, 1.5A power MOSFET, SOT23-6 package
  • D600:
    On semiconductor SS24 Schottky power rectifier, SOD123 package

P.7 NAND/eMMC

  • U700:
    Kimtigo KM110SS0016GxA-DDD00WT 16GB eMMC 5.1 TLC NAND Flash memory, FBGA-153 11.5×13.0×1.0 mm.
    Note 1: The schematic says the package is BGA-169, but the Kimtigo documentation says it is FBGA-153.
    Note 2: The A64 only supports up to eMMC 5.0.
    Note 3: The schematic lists the part as KM110SS0016GxA-DDD00WT, but these photos show that its variant, the KM111SS0016GxA-DDD00WT, is being used in the 16GB PinePhone.

P.8 AUDIO

  • ED800, ED801, ED802, ED803, ED804, ED805, ED806:
    Will Semiconductor ESD5451X 1-line, bi-directional, transient voltage suppressor, EDS protection up to ±30kV and 8A.
  • U801:
    Broadchip BCT4717ETB-TR 4.0Ω, 300MHz bandwidth, dual bi-directional SPDT (single-pole/double-throw) analog switch
  • J800:
    EAROUTN-A64 receiver
  • J801:
    JA-3606-001AA 3.5mm audio jack
  • Q801:
    Toshiba SSM3K35MFV field-effect transistor, silicon N-channel MOS type
  • U800:
    Shanghai awinic technology AW8737SCSR high efficiency (80%), low noise (53μV), ultra-low distortion (0.008%), constant large volume, 7th generation class K audio amplifier, 1.6×1.68 mm CSP-14 package, 0.4mm pitch [datasheet]
  • FB800, FB801:
    600ohm at 100MHz ferrite bead in a 0402 package (examples)

P.9 T-CADD/USB

  • Q901, Q902, Q903:
    Toshiba SSM3K35MFV field-effect transistor, silicon N-channel MOS type
  • ED900, ED901, ED902:
    Will Semiconductor ESD5451X 1-line, bi-directional, transient voltage suppressor, EDS protection up to ±30kV and 8A.
  • J901:
    SA-2202-112 25-pin Micro-SIM and TF slot

P.10 CAMERA

  • J1000:
    T03-1025-FG01 27-pin connector to the rear camera.
    Note: The schematic says “GC2035-200W”, which is a mistake because the rear camera is the OmniVision OV6540.
  • J1001:
    T03-1025-FG01 27-pin connector to the front camera.
    Note: The schematic says “GC2035-200W”, which is a mistake because the rear camera is the GalaxyCore GC2145, not the GalaxyCore GC2035.
  • U1000:
    Shanghai awinic technology AW3641EDNR flash LED driver with programmable timer and PWM dimming torch mode, 1A, 8 current levels.

P.11 LCM/CTP

Note: "LCM/CTP" means "liquid crystal display monitor/capacitive touch panel". An LCM generally includes an LCD screen + LED backlight + PCB with the LCD controller + frame.
  • J1100:
    FPC24-PT05B, OK-24F-04 28-pin connector to the MIPI-DSI LCD
  • LED2:
    RGB LED
  • J1101:
    CON6-0.5, TP_6PIN-ZQ01 8-pin connector to the capacitive touch panel controller
    Note: The label says that the connector has 6-pins, but the schematic shows 8-pins.
  • ED1100, ED1101, ED1102, ED1103:
    Will Semiconductor ESD5451X 1-line, bi-directional, transient voltage suppressor, EDS protection up to ±30kV and 8A.
  • U1100:
    Chipown AP3127B025 step-up DC/DC converter series, white LED backlight driver, 6-pin SOT-23-6L package.

P.12 SENSORS/MT/KEY

  • J1200:
    8-pin connector to test points
  • ED1200, ED1201:
    Will Semiconductor ESD5451X 1-line, bi-directional, transient voltage suppressor, EDS protection up to ±30kV and 8A.
  • U1200:
    STmicroelectronics LIS3MDL ultra-low-power three-axis magnetometer, LGA-12 2.0x2.0x1.0 mm [datasheet]
    Note: The LIS3MDL is currently unavailable, so it has been replaced in the PinePhone Beta Edition with the Voltafield AF8133L e-Compass, which is unlisted on the Voltafield web site, but the AF8133J is listed. Presumably U1200 will be unpopulated and U1203 will be populated in the Beta Edition, since they appear to be alternatives.
  • U1201:
    SensorTek STK3311-A proximity and ambient light sensor (large gap) with built-in infrared LED, DFN-8 3.94x2.36x1.35 mm [datasheet]
  • U1202:
    TDK InvenSense MPU6050 six-axis, low-power MEMS gyroscope and accelerometer, QFN-24 4x4x0.9 mm [datasheet]
  • U1203:
    Asahi Kasei Microdevices (AKM) AK09911 3-axis electronic compass IC with Hall sensor, 8-pin WL-CSP (BGA), 1.2×1.2×0.5 mm
    or
    Voltafield Technology Corp. (VTC) AF8133J 3-axis electronic compass with proprietary anisotropic magneto resistive (AMR) technology, 8-pin WLCSP 1.2x1.2x0.5 mm
    Note: These parts appear to be alternatives to be used if the LIS3MDL is unavailable, so U1203 was probably unpopulated in BraveHeart and the Community Editions, but will be populated in the Beta Edition.
  • U1204:
    Bosch Sensortek BMI120 3-axis gyroscope and accelerometer, LGA-14 2.5x3.0x0.83 mm
    Note: Listed as “NC/BMI120”, where “NC” probably means “not connected”, so there may be circuits in the PCB for the part, but it is not placed on the board. This is probably an alternative to the TDK InvenSense MPU6050, in case it isn't available or costs too much.
  • Q1200:
    Toshiba SSM3K35MFV field-effect transistor, silicon N-channel MOS type
  • D1200:
    Torex XBS104S14 Schottky barrier diode, 1A, 40V, SOD-123A package
  • J1201:
    2-pin connector to a motor, 1x1.8 mm
    Note: Presumably this is a vibration motor.

P.13 DIGITAL VIDEO

  • J1300:
    OK-50F-04 40-pin connector
    Note: This part is probably produced by Shenzhen Yaqi Technology Co., which is part of OCN in Taiwan, and uses the Archie brand name.
  • U1304:
    Analogix ANX7688 HDMI to USB-C bridge with MUX, converts HDMI 2.0 to DisplayPort Alternate Mode, USB-C Power Delivery (PD), BGA-64.
    Note 1: The schematic lists this part as “ANX7688S”, but it is unclear what the “S” at the end stands for.
    Note 2: xnux.eu provides more info on the ANX7688, including flashing the firmware.
  • U1300:
    America Techcode Semiconductor TD6817 1.5MHz 2A synchronous step-down regulator dropout, SOT23-5 package
    or
    Diodes Incorporated AP3406K-ADJTRG1 buck switching regulator IC positive adjustable 0.6V 650mA [datasheet]
  • U1302:
    LowPowerSemi LPW5206H USB power loading switch, N-channel MOSFET, SOT23-5 package
  • U1303:
    Texas Instruments TXB0104YZT 4-bit bidirectional voltage-level translator with automatic direction sensing and ±15-kV ESD protection, 12-pin DSBGA 1.40×1.90 mm
  • Q1300, Q1301, Q1302, Q1304, Q1305:
    Toshiba SSM3K35MFV field-effect transistor, silicon N-channel MOS type
  • U1305, U1309:
    Will Semiconductor WS4621C-1X1 2A, 38 mΩ, 290nA quiescent current and 70nA standby current load switch, CSP-4L 1x1 mm.
  • U1308:
    Shanghai awinic technology AW3632 high efficiency, low profile, fixed 5V output pump power supply, QFN-8 package
  • X1300:
    Mercury United Electronics X3225 27.000 MHz crystal oscillator

P.14 WIFI+BT

  • U1400:
    Realtek RTL8723CS 802.11 b/g/n, single-band (2.4 GHz), Bluetooth 4.0, with SDIO for WiFi and UART for Bluetooth, LGA-40 12x12x1.6 mm.
  • X1400:
    24Mhz ±10ppm crystal oscillator
  • D1400:
    SXSEMI AU0511P1 low capacitance ESD protection diode, SOD-882
  • ANT1400
    Antenna

P.15 MODEM-4G

  • U1500:
    Quectel EG25-G GSM/UMTS/LTE cellular modem and GNSS (GPS/Galileo/GLONASS/BeiDou/QZSS, with A-GPS), LGA-144 9.0x32.0x2.4 mm
  • U1502, 1503, 1504:
    Texas Instruments TXB0104YZT 4-bit bidirectional voltage-level translator with automatic direction sensing and ±15-kV ESD protection, 12-pin DSBGA 1.40×1.90 mm
  • Q1501, Q1503, Q1504, Q1505:
    Toshiba SSM3K35MFV field-effect transistor, silicon N-channel MOS type
  • J1500, J1502:
    MRF004-P01A 4-pin connector
  • Q1500:
    Will Semiconductor WPM1481 single P-channel, -12V, -5.5A, power MOSFET
    Note: The documentation shows 6 pins, but the schematic shows 8 pins.

 

Component Counts

Type of component Main PCB USB PCB
Antenna connectors (ANTxxx) 6 4
Capacitors (Cxxx) 296 16
Diodes (Dxxx) 5 0
Zener diodes (EDxxx) 17 0
Ferrite beads (FBxxx) 6 0
Wire links / connectors (Jxxx) 14 4
Resistors (Rxxx) 222 0
Inductors (Lxxx) 15 0
Transistors (Qxxx) 16 19*
Switches (SWxxx) 1 0
Test points (Txxx) 27 3
Integrated circuits (U/DUxxx) 24† 2
Crystal oscillators (Xxxx) 5 0
Total without test points 627 45
Total with test points 654 48

 

Here is how the PinePhone compares with the Librem 5 in terms of components:

Type of component Librem 5 main Librem 5 USB PinePhone main PinePhone USB
Antenna connectors (ANTxxx) 3 2 6 4
Capacitors (Cxxx) 521 11 296 16
Diodes (D/TVS/EDxxx) 59 1 22 0
Connectors (J/CONxxx) 26 10 14 4
Resistors (R/Fxxx) 348 8 222 0
Inductors (L/FBxxx) 79 7 21 0
Transistors (Qxxx) 17 0 16 19*
Switches (SWxxx) 5 0 1 0
Test points (T/TC/TP/TS/TVxxx) 126 4 27 3
Integrated circuits (U/DUxxx) 65 2 24† 2
Crystal oscillators (Y/Xxxx) 10 0 5 0
Total without test points 1133 41 627 45
Total with test points 1259 45 654 48

* 18 parts for the PinePhone USB-C port are labeled as Txxx in the schematic with the image of transistors, but it is possible that these are resistors and capacitors.

† There are 26 U/DUxxx listed in the PinePhone schematic, but the two extra are for an alternative magnetometer (U1200 / U1203) and an alternative gyroscope and accelerometer (U1202 / U1204) which are unpopulated.

Source: Amos Batto

Other components not in the schematics

  • SGMICRO SGM3140 500mA buck/boost charge pump LED driver for camera flash and torch, TDFN-10 3x3x0.75 mm
    Note: The PinePhone page lists the SGM3140, but the schematics contain the U1000: awinic AW3641EDNR, so it is unclear why the SGM3140 is needed.
  • Goodix GT917S touch controller
  • Sitronix ST7703 MIPI LCD driver
  • Xingbangda XBD599 5.99″ IPS LCD, 720x1440 pixels, 16.7M colors, hardened glass