Orange Pi Lite

€23,00

If you are still in search of an incredibly inexpensive open-source single-board computer then consider Orange Pi Lite; compatible with various Linux distributions and ready to give a tough competition to Raspberry Pi Zero. OPi Lite is compatible with Raspbian Image, Android, Armbian, Lubuntu and Debian operating systems. The board also support Raspberry Pi B+ so that you can make full use of the available functions across the boards. Lite consumes less power and offers WiFi and Ethernet connectivity options. You can use it for a variety of projects such as creating surveillance camera etc.

Orange Pi Lite Specifications

 

  • Cortex-A7 Quad-Core H3 (H.265/HEVC 4K)
  • Featuring 600MHz, the 400MP2 (Mali) GPU supports ES 2.0 OpenGL
  • The processing unit is assisted by 512MB DDR3
  • Supports TF Card up to 32GB via MMC card slot
  • Contains a Wi-Fi Antenna
  • Supports audio input via MIC
  • CSI connector camera (video input)
  • CMOS sensor interface support for 8-Bit YUV422
  • Camera sensor (SM pixel) support
  • CCIR656 PAL protocol and NTSC protocol support
  • Video capture support with 1080p at 30fps
  • HDMI video output support with HDCP
  • HMDI CEC video output
  • HDMI (30-function) video output support
  • HDMI Audio Output support
  • Support DC power supply (Not compatible with USB OTG input power)
  •  A couple of USB 2.0 ports included (1 x HOST and 1 x OTG)
  • Features a Power Button
  • 40-Pin Header (supports Raspberry Pi B+)
  • UART (Ground) 1x3 pin GPIO
  • Status and Power LEDs
  • Power Key
  • Configured to support Raspbian Image, Debian, Android, and Lubuntu Operating Systems
  • L x W = 69mm x 48mm
  • 60-grams weight

Orange Pi Lite Description 

It is nice to see the Wi-Fi connectivity feature with Orange Pi Lite (Orange pi One lacked Wi-Fi connectivity though it supported Ethernet connectivity). Low power consumption gives OPi Lite a slight edge over some of the other OPi boards.