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===P.4 LPDDR3 FPGA178===
<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 [ ATL3A1632H12A] 2GB 800MHz LPDDR3-1600 SDRAM, FBGA-178 11.0x11.5x0.93 mm<br><font color=dimgrey>'''''Note:''''' RAM will be clocked slower at 667MHz, because the Allwinner A64 only supports up to 3GB LPDDR3-1333.<br/font>
===P.5 CPU===
* U1:<br>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<br><font color=dimgrey>'''''Note:''''' Clocked at 1.152Ghz on the PinePhone.</font>
* X501:<br>Axtal [ AXX3225] 24MHz ±10ppm quartz crystal oscillator in SMD package, 3.2x2.5 mm
* D500:<br>Will Semiconductor [ ESD5451X] 1-line, bi-directional, transient voltage suppressor, EDS protection up to ±30kV and 8A.
* X500:<br>Seiko Instruments Inc. (SII) [ SC32S] 32.768KHz crystal oscillator<br><font color=dimgrey>'''''Note:''''' Not clear if using the [ SC32S-12.5PF20PPM] or the [ SC32S-7PF20PPM]</font><br>
===P.6 POWER===
* ED600:<br>Will Semiconductor (WILLSEMI) [ 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 [ 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 [ WPM1481] single P-channel, -12V, -5.5A, power MOSFET
* J600:<br>BA5924211-R battery connector<br><font color=dimgrey>'''''Note:''''' [ Picture] shows this part as having 8 pins, but the schematic shows 6 pins. </font> [ One page] says that it is made by LateralPressure, but [ another] says it is made by ROHM.* L606:<br>IND_252010 2.2uH-2A inductor<br><font color=dimgrey>'''''Note:''''' Maybe this is the TDK [ VLS252010HBU].</font>
* U601:<br>LowPowerSemi [ LP6226CB6F] high efficiency boost DC/DC converter with 33V, 1.5A power MOSFET, SOT23-6 package
* D600:<br>On semiconductor [ SS24] Schottky power rectifier, [ SOD123] package<br>
===P.7 NAND/eMMC===
* U700:<br>Kimtigo [ 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.</font><br>
===P.8 AUDIO===
===P.10 CAMERA===
* 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 [ OV6540].</font>* 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 [ GC2145], not the GalaxyCore [ GC2035].</font>
* U1000:<br>Shanghai awinic technology [ AW3641EDNR] flash LED driver with programmable timer and PWM dimming torch mode, 1A, 8 current levels.<br>
===P.11 LCM/CTP===
<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>
* J1100:<br>FPC24-PT05B, OK-24F-04 28-pin connector to the MIPI-DSI LCD
* LED2:<br>RGB LED
* 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 [ ESD5451X] 1-line, bi-directional, transient voltage suppressor, EDS protection up to ±30kV and 8A.
* U1100:<br>Chipown [ AP3127B025] step-up DC/DC converter series, white LED backlight driver, 6-pin SOT-23-6L package.
* U1201:<br>SensorTek [ STK3311-A] proximity and ambient light sensor (large gap) with built-in infrared LED, DFN-8 3.94x2.36x1.35 mm [ [datasheet]]
* U1202:<br>TDK InvenSense [ MPU6050] six-axis, low-power MEMS gyroscope and accelerometer, QFN-24 4x4x0.9 mm [ [datasheet]]
* U1203:<br>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<br>'''''or'''''<br>Voltafield Technology Corp. (VTC) [ 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:''''' 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.</font>* U1204:<br>Bosch Sensortek [ 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 MPU6050.</font>
* Q1200:<br>Toshiba [ SSM3K35MFV] field-effect transistor, silicon N-channel MOS type
* D1200:<br>Torex [ XBS104S14] Schottky barrier diode, 1A, 40V, SOD-123A package
* J1201:<br>2-pin connector to a motor, 1x1.8 mm<br><font color=dimgrey>'''''Note:''''' Presumably this is a vibration motor.</font><br>
* 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 [ 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:''''' provides [ more info] on the ANX7688, including flashing the firmware.</font>
* U1300:<br>America Techcode Semiconductor [ TD6817] 1.5MHz 2A synchronous step-down regulator dropout, SOT23-5 package<br>'''''or'''''<br>Diodes Incorporated [ AP3406K-ADJTRG1] buck switching regulator IC positive adjustable 0.6V 650mA [ [datasheet]]
* U1302:<br>LowPowerSemi [ LPW5206H] USB power loading switch, N-channel MOSFET, SOT23-5 package
* Q1501, Q1503, Q1504, Q1505:<br>Toshiba [ SSM3K35MFV] field-effect transistor, silicon N-channel MOS type
* J1500, J1502:<br>MRF004-P01A 4-pin connector
* Q1500:<br>Will Semiconductor [ 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.<br/font>&nbsp;
===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<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 [ GT917S] touch controller
* Sitronix [ ST7703] MIPI LCD driver
* Xingbangda [ XBD599] 5.99″ IPS LCD, 720x1440 pixels, 16.7M colors, hardened glass


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