Fernvale was designed for the following components:
Vendor: Multi-Inno Product: MI0283QT-11, a 2.83" TFT Datasheet: http://www.multi-inno.com/admin/images/product/20141081959933988.pdf Resolution: 240x320 dots Power: 2.8V LCD Driver: ILI9341 Connector: FPC
Reseller in Europe: semafelectronics Reseller in Europe: Watterott Reseller in USA: Adafruit
Product: HDF70-TT Vendor: Shenzhen V-Vision Technology Co., Ltd. Sensor: OV7670 CMOS sensor from Omnivision Pixels: HD (UXGA) Top resolution: 640*480 dpi Lens type: 1/6 inch FOV: 65 degree Focal length: 4.6mm F number: 3.0 Distortion: less than 1.0% Interface: 24pin golden finger Size: 19.7mmX12.5mmX6.4mm(customize available)
Serial Port (UART)
The UART connector is similar to the FTDI pinout, but it is only a 5-Pin connector, without RTS(Pin6). The CTS(Pin2) is unconnected, so RTS/CTS is not available. Pin3(VUSB) delivers 5V. It was successfully connected to "uart4" which is /dev/ttymxc3 on Novena by crossing RX(Pin4)/TX(Pin5) and connecting GND (Pin1)
A 3.7V battery with 3 pins should work which can be found in other mobile phones
Fernvale can use a Bluetooth antenna and a GSM antenna. Both are using a u.FL (which is also called IPEX) connector.
Fernvale has a normal Mini-SIM Card holder, for Micro or Nano SIM-Cards you need an adapter.
For using Fernvale as an Arduino you might want to use normal Pin-Headers: You need 2 4x1 Headers, and 1 8x1 Header
Fernvale needs a CTIA compatible headset. For OMTP headsets you will want to use a CTIA<->OMTP converter.
If you find other compatible devices, please list them here.