Honeywell VDP7

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Honeywell VDP7
VDP7 front.jpg
Manufacturer Honeywell
Dimensions 217mm x 144mm x 17mm
Release Date 2018
Website not available]
Specifications
SoC A64 @ 1.2Ghz
DRAM 1GiB DDR3 @ 672MHz
NAND None
Power DC 12V @ 2A
Features
LCD 154mm x 86mm (7" 1024:600Pixel)
Touchscreen 5-finger capacitive Touchscreen (GT911)
Video None
Audio internal speaker, internal microphone
Network WiFi 802.11 b/g/n (Realtek RTL8189ES), 10/100Mbps Ethernet (ASIX AX88772C)
Storage µSD, eMMC
USB USB2.0 Host (Connected to AX88772C), USB2.0 OTG (Pin-Header J4)
Camera None

Contents

Identification

On the back of the device, the following is printed:

Honeywell
Model: VDP7-KA-W
7" IPVDP monitor, KA channel.White

The PCB has the following silkscreened on it:

TC-HONEYWELL-A64-JK-V15
2017-12-08
TC3287

In GUI, under Settings->About, you will find:

  • Device Name: Tuna

Sunxi support

Current status

The device is currently not supported by default by uboot or the Linux kernel

Manual build

You can build things for yourself by following our Manual build howto and by choosing from the configurations available below.

U-Boot

Sunxi/Legacy U-Boot

Use the MANUFACTURER_DEVICE build target.

Mainline U-Boot

Use the MANUFACTURER_DEVICE build target.

Use the following config with minimal own created A64 dts-files:

CONFIG_ARM=y
CONFIG_ARCH_SUNXI=y
CONFIG_SPL=y
CONFIG_MACH_SUN50I=y
CONFIG_RESERVE_ALLWINNER_BOOT0_HEADER=y
CONFIG_DRAM_ODT_EN=y
CONFIG_MMC0_CD_PIN=""
CONFIG_MMC_SUNXI_SLOT_EXTRA=2
CONFIG_SPL_SPI_SUNXI=y
CONFIG_DEFAULT_DEVICE_TREE="sun50i-a64-vdp7" # Currently missing
CONFIG_DM_REGULATOR=y
CONFIG_DM_REGULATOR_FIXED=y
CONFIG_DM_PWM=y
CONFIG_PWM_SUNXI=y
# CONFIG_SYS_MALLOC_CLEAR_ON_INIT is not set
# CONFIG_CMD_FLASH is not set
# CONFIG_SPL_DOS_PARTITION is not set
# CONFIG_SPL_EFI_PARTITION is not set
CONFIG_USB_EHCI_HCD=y
CONFIG_SYS_USB_EVENT_POLL_VIA_INT_QUEUE=y

Linux Kernel

Sunxi/Legacy Kernel

Use the MANUFACTURER_DEVICE.fex file.

Mainline kernel

Use the FAMILY-CHIP-DEVICE.dtb device-tree binary.

Tips, Tricks, Caveats

FEL mode

The Emergency button on the right side triggers the FEL mode. The corresponding USB OTG is available on the extension board connector J4 and has the following pin out:

  1. VBUS
  2. DM
  3. DP
  4. USB-ID
  5. GND

LVDS-Display

Is connected over LVDS pins PD12-PD21 on LCD2 connector.

Device disassembly

Remove the back 4 screws. There is a hole on the bottom back housing were a screw driver could be placed to open it.

Power Supply (J3)

The assembled connector J3 in the near of the network jack is for the 12V power supply and has the following pin out:

  1. +12V
  2. GND

Locating the UART0 (J6)

There is a not assembled connector J6 marked on the right extension board which is connected to UART0 and has the following pin out:

  1. GND
  2. TX
  3. VCC
  4. RX

Locating the UART3/4 (CON2)

The connector CON2 has 2 RS485 UARTs connected.

  1. DBEL
  2. GND
  3. UART3-A
  4. UART3-B
  5. UART4-A
  6. UART4-B

Locating the USB-OTG (J4)

There is a not assembled connector J4 marked on the right extension board which is connected to USB0 and has the following pin out:

  1. VBUS
  2. DM
  3. DP
  4. ID
  5. GND

Pictures

Also known as

  • VDP7-KA-W
  • VDP7-KA-B
  • VDP7-PRO-W
  • VDP7-PRO-B

See also

Honeywell Price Reckoner 2019 - Page 47

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