NanoPi R1 (512MB RAM)


If you are looking for a low-budget Microcontroller to support your IoT apps and test your deep learning skills then NanoPi R1 (512MB) is a considerable option. It is a 6cm x 5.5cm board that contains a couple of Ethernet ports, a WiFi/Bluetooth Module, 2x USB 2.0 interfaces, as well as a TTL serial port to work with 3G/4G devices.

Specs of NanoPi R1 (512MB)

  • Processor: Allwinner H3 / Cortex-A7
  • Cores: Quad-Core
  • Frequency: Up to 1.2GHz
  • RAM: 16-Bit 512MB DDR3
  • Storage: MicroSD Slot compatible with the external storage of 128GB
  • 1x eMMC Socket (NanoPi R1 DOES NOT have the eMMC Module)
  • WiFi: AP6112 802.11b/g/n WiFi Module
  • Bluetooth: Dual-Mode BT 4.0
  • 1x 10/100M Ethernet Port
  • 1x 10/100/1000M Ethernet Port
  • Antenna Connector: SMA antenna interface
  • 1x OTG MicroUSB 2.0 (5V input power compatible)
  • 2x USB.20 HOST (Type-A)
  • 54mm Pitch Serial Debug Port (3-Pin Header)
  • 1x 2.54mm Pitch UART 4-Pin Connector
  • 1x Power/Stats indicator LED (Red Light)
  • 2x LEDs (Green Light)
  • 1x RTC Battery / 3.0V~3.6V input voltage compatible
  • 1x User Button
  • DC 5V/2A Power Supply compatible (through OTG MicroUSB)
  • Operating Temperature ranges from -20℃ to 70℃
  • Supports U-Boot-2017.11 Kernel Version
  • Supports Linux-4.14-LTS Kernel Version
  • Supports OpenWrt
  • Supports eFlasher
  • Compatible with UbuntuCore 16.04 (Based on FriendlyCore)
  • Number of Board Layers: NanoPi R1 is a 6-Layer Board
  • NanoPi R1 weighs 33 grams
  • Outline Dimensions are 6cm x 5.5cm / 60mm x 50.5mm


NanoPi R1 has the Quad-Core Allwinner H3 Cortex-A7 that reaches up to 1.2GHz. NanoPi R1 (512MB) is compatible with Linux 4.14 Mainline Kernel, UbuntuCore, and OpenWrt. This compatibility becomes useful when it comes to supporting IoT applications. The MicroUSB port on NanoPi R1 is compatible with 5V power input.

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