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What's in the box

In your ARTIK development kit box,
you'll find:

- ARTIK module mounted on a
   development board assembly

- Separate plug‑on interface breakout
   board (for ARTIK 530 or 710)

- Wireless communication antennas  
   (two for ARTIK 530/710,
   four for ARTIK 520/1020)

ARTIK 520 kit shown
in the box

What else you may need

  • Correct 5VDC adapter for your region, for which you should have seen a link when you ordered your board

    Warning! Check that your power supply is 5V, not 12V. The plug ends are identical, so look at the adapter ratings plate before continuing!

  • USB-A to Micro-B cable, for connection from your host PC to the Debug USB port (micro USB receptacle) of your ARTIK board (or choose a different cable if your host PC does not use a USB-A plug end)

  • Connection to local Wi-Fi® (you can get started without this if needed)

  • USB cables with correct plugs to mate between your host platform and certain board-specific USB ports you may eventually want to use (you won't need these right away)

  • HDMI micro-to-standard cable (if you have an ARTIK 530, 710, or 1020 and plan to connect an HDMI display)

Board Details

Look in the Datasheets section for documentation on the boards and modules.

ARTIK modules are STATIC-SENSITIVE DEVICES. Make sure you ground yourself and observe proper anti-ESD safeguards when handling modules and development boards.

Kits using ARTIK 520 Module

Module seated properly? Make sure it was not jarred loose during transit.


            
            
            
            

Board Revision History

Revision Released Characteristics
Commercial 0.5 Feb 2016 Ships with Fedora 22
Early Beta 3.0-3.3 late 2015 Shipped with Fedora 20
Alpha 2-2.2 mid 2015 Shipped with Fedora 20

Kits using ARTIK 530 or 710 Module

The ARTIK 530 and 710 modules look very similar, and the layout of the Interposer boards they are mounted on appears identical. As a result, we'll use images of the ARTIK 710 board throughout this guide to reference both ARTIK 530 and ARTIK 710 modules.

ARTIK 530 module ARTIK 710 module

There are jumpers on the Platform board that you must check before applying power. Go to Check Jumpers for details.

ARTIK 530 Board Revision History

Revision Released Characteristics
Commercial 1.0 Jan 2017 Ships with Fedora 24

ARTIK 710 Board Revision History

Revision Released Characteristics
Commercial 1.0 Oct 2016 Ships with Fedora 24
Alpha 0.5 mid 2016 SW402-3 position inverted vs later revisions

Board Reference

Interposer Board

The Interposer board holds the ARTIK module itself and provides video and wireless connectivity.

Platform Board

The Platform board attaches to the underside of the Interposer board to provide additional interface circuitry.

Interface Board

The Interface board, shown attached to the Interposer and Platform board assembly, breaks out the external interface signals to larger connectors. Looking for information on Arduino signals? We have a mapping chart here.

Optional Accessory Boards

The following add-ons are offered for purchase separately from the development kit.



MIPI camera – SIP-ASRNX004
Fits directly on MIPI CSI port

- 5MP Resolution 2576 x 1932 active pixels
- 2560 x 2048 snapshot (QSXGA)
- 15fps full resolution, 120fps at QVGA
- F2.7, auto exposure, auto white control
- 40 pin 4-lane MIPI-CSI connector

Instructions for testing out the camera can be found here.

Sensor board – SIP-ASRNX001
Plugs onto Interface board

I2C Port Expander:
- 4 external I2C ports 
- 5v/3.3v/1.8v selectable
Sensors:
- 6 axis STM (3 accel., 3 gyro) (K6DS3)
- MEMs pressure (LPS25HB)
- Humidity/Temperature (HTS221)
- Hall Effect (S-5712CCDL1-I4T1U)
- Proximity & Color (CM36655)

Examples for addressing the sensors over I2C can be found in the ARTIK Sensor Tutorial.

Kits using ARTIK 1020 Modules

Module seated properly? Make sure it was not jarred loose during transit.


            
            
            
            

Board Revision History

Revision Released Characteristics
Commercial 0.5 May 2016 Ships with Fedora 22
Early Beta 3.0-3.3 November 2015 Shipped with Fedora 22
Alpha 2-2.2 2015 (obsolete)

Module Certifications

Refer to ARTIK Certifications for information on board certifications.

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