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Product Introduction:Sige7

Let's get to know Sige7 in 5 minutes.


The ArmSoM-Sige7 is powered by Rockchip's latest flagship RK3588,octa-core 64-bit processor, with a max frequency of 2.4GHz, a 6 TOPS NPU, and up to 32GB of RAM.



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With the powerful ecosystem and variety of extension modules, ArmSoM can help users easily go from ideas to prototype to mass production, making it an ideal creative platform for makers, dreamers and hobbyists.

Sige 7 is applied for various applications,such as, ARM PCs, edge computing, cloud servers, AI, cloud computing, virtual/augmented reality, blockchain, smart NVRs and more.

Key Parameter

  • SoC: Rockchip RK3588
  • CPU: 4x Cortex-A76 @ 2.4GHz + 4x Cortex-A55 @ 1.8GHz, 8nm
  • GPU: ARM Mali-G610 MP4
  • NPU: Up to 6 TOPS (INT8), supports INT4/INT8/INT16 mixed computing
  • VPU/Codec:
    • Hardware Decode: 8K@60fps H.265/VP9/AVS2, 8K@30fps H.264 AVC/MVC, 4K@60fps AV1, 1080P@60fps MPEG-2/-1/VC-1/VP8
    • Hardware Encode: 8K@30fps H.265 / H.264
  • RAM: 8GB/16GB/32GB (max 32GB) 64bit LPDDR4/LPDDR4x, default 8GB LPDDR4x
  • Storage: 64GB/128GB eMMC, default 64GB eMMC
  • Operating Voltage: Wide input voltage, 5V to 20V (±5% tolerance)
  • Operating temperature: 0°C ~ 80°C
  • OS:
    • Official: Android 12.0, Debian 11, Buildroot
    • 3rd party: Armbian, Ubuntu 20.04, Ubuntu 22.04, Kylin OS
  • PCB: 12-layer
  • Weight: 46.6g
  • Size: 92mm × 62mm


Hardware Interface

ArmSoM-Sige7 front & back ArmSoM-sige7-Metal-shell


There are two identical Type-C ports on Sige7,but only the Type-C (PD Only) port is for power input.

Hardware Spec

CategoryFunctional Parameters
  • RockChip RK3588
  • CPU
  • RK3588 Quad-Core Cortex-A76@ 2.4GHz+Quad-CoreCortex-A55@ 1.8GHz,8nm process
  • GPU
  • GPU Mali-G610 MP4 (4x256KB L2 Cache)
  • Supports OpenGL ES3.2/OpenCL2.2/Vulkan1.1
  • NPU
  • 6 TOPS@INT8(3 NPU core)
  • Supports INT4/INT8/INT16 mixed computing
  • Supports frameworks like TensorFlow, MXNet, PyTorch, Caffe, Tflite, Onnx NN, Android NN, etc
  • VPU/Codec
  • Hardware Decode: 8K@60fps H.265/VP9/AVS2、 8K@30fps H.264 AVC/MVC、 4K@60fps AV1、1080P@60fps MPEG-2/-1/VC-1/VP8
  • Hardware Encode:8K@30fps H.265 / H.264
  • ISP
  • Integrated 48MP ISP with HDR&3DNR
  • RAM
  • 8GB/16GB/32GB(max 32GB )64bit LPDDR4/LPDDR4x,default 8GB LPDDR4x
  • Flash
  • 32GB/64GB/128GB eMMC,default 64GB eMMC
  • Supports MicroSD card expansion
  • PCIe
  • 1x M.2 Key M (PCIe 3.0 4-lanes). Expandable SSD support for 2280/2260/2242/2230 M.2 SSD cards, default 2280
  • Networking
  • 2x 2.5G Ethernet
  • Onboard IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ax WIFI6 and BT5 (AP6275P)
  • Video Out
  • 1x HDMI 2.1, supports 8K@60fps
  • 1x MIPI DSI up to 4K@60fps
  • 1x DP 1.4 up to 8K@30fps
  • Video In
  • 2x 2-lane MIPI CSI, up to 2.5Gbps per lane
  • Audio
  • 1x HDMI audio out
  • 1x HP audio out
  • 1x USB Type-C 3.0 (DP1.4) audio out
  • USB
  • 1x USB 3.0 (USB 3.1 Gen 1), up to 5Gbps
  • 1x USB Type-C 3.0(DP1.4/OTG)
  • 1x USB 2.0 High(480Mbps)/Full(12Mbps)/Low-Speed(1.5Mbps) modes
  • 40-pin
  • Fully compatible with Raspberry Pi 40-pin header for connecting abundant add-on modules
  • Supports UART/SPI/I2C/I2S/PWM/ADC/5V Power/3.3V Power
  • Other
  • 1x 5V fan interface
  • 1x battery connector for low power RTC chip HYM8563TS
  • 2x LEDs - green LED blinks on system start, red LED user controllable
  • Power Input
  • USB Type-C PD 2.0, 9V/2A, 12V/2A, 15V/2A
  • Buttons
  • 1x PWRON button for sleep/wake
  • 1x Reset button for reboot
  • 1x Maskrom button for maskrom burn-in mode
  • OS Support
  • Official: :Android 12.0,Debian11,Buildroot
  • 3rd Party:Armbian,Ubuntu 20.04,Ubuntu22.04,Kylin OS
  • Dimensions
  • 92 mm x 62mm
  • Operating temperature
  • 0℃ ~ 80℃
  • RK3588 Block Diagram


    Hardware Pin Definitions

    40-pin header

    GPIO numberFunctionPinPinFunctionGPIO number
    139I2S1_SDO2_M0 / I2C7_SDA_M3 / UART8_CTSN_M0 / PWM15_IR_M1 / CAN1_TX_M1 / GPIO4_B3 /
    138I2S1_SDO1_M0 / I2C7_SCL_M3 / UART8_RTSN_M0 / PWM14_M1 / CAN1_RX_M1 / GPIO4_B2
    115SPI1_CS1_M1 / I2C8_SDA_M4 / UART7_CTSN_M1 / PWM15_IR_M0 / GPIO3_C3
    GPIO0_B5 /
    / I2C1_SCL_M0 / I2S1_MCLK_M1 / JTAG_TCK_M2
    GPIO0_B6 /
    / I2C1_SDA_M0 / I2S1_SCLK_M1 / JTAG_TMS_M2
    113SPI1_CLK_M1 / UART7_RX_M1 / GPIO3_C1
    GPIO3_B5 / CAN1_RX_M0 / PWM12_M0 /UART3_TX_M1 / I2S2_SCLK_M1109
    111SPI1_MOSI_M1 / I2C3_SCL_M1 / GPIO3_B7
    112SPI1_MISO_M1 / I2C3_SDA_M1 / UART7_TX_M1 / GPIO3_C0
    GPIO3_A4 / SPI4_CS1_M1 / I2S3_SDI / UART8_RTSN_M1100
    GPIO4_C4 / PWM5_M2 / SPI3_MISO_M0148
    42SPI0_MOSI_M2 / UART4_RX_M2 / GPIO1_B2
    41SPI0_MISO_M2 / GPIO1_B1
    43SPI0_CLK_M2 / UART4_TX_M2 / GPIO1_B3
    GPIO1_B4 / UART7_RX_M2 /SPI0_CS0_M244
    GPIO1_B5 / UART7_TX_M2 / SPI0_CS1_M245
    150SPI3_CLK_M0 / I2C0_SDA_M1 / PWM7_IR_M3 / GPIO4_C6
    GPIO4_C5 / PWM6_M2 / I2C0_SCL_M1 /
    63UART1_CTSN_M1 / PWM15_IR_M3 / GPIO1_D7
    47SPDIF_TX_M0 / UART1_RX_M1 / PWM13_M2 / GPIO1_B7
    GPIO3_C2 / PWM14_M0 / UART7_RTSN_M1 / I2C8_SCL_M4 / SPI1_CS0_M1114
    103PWM8_M0 / GPIO3_A7
    110I2S2_LRCK_M1 / UART3_RX_M1 / PWM13_M0 / CAN1_TX_M0 / GPIO3_B6
    GPIO3_B1 / PWM2_M1 / UART2_TX_M2105
    GPIO3_B2 /PWM3_IR_M1 / UART2_RX_M2 / I2S2_SDI_M1106
    GPIO3_B3 / UART2_RTSN / I2S2_SDO_M1107


    0.5mm FPC connector

    1,4,7,10,13,16,24,25,26,27,32,33GNDPower Ground & Signal Ground
    2MIPI_CSI0_RX_D3NMIPI RX Lane3 iuput N
    3MIPI_CSI0_RX_D3PMIPI RX Lane3 iuput P
    5MIPI_CSI0_RX_D2NMIPI RX Lane2 iuput N
    6MIPI_CSI0_RX_D2PMIPI RX Lane2 iuput P
    8MIPI_CSI0_RX_CLK1NMIPI RX Clock iuput N
    9MIPI_CSI0_RX_CLK1PMIPI RX Clock iuput P
    11MIPI_CSI0_RX_D1NMIPI RX Lane1 iuput N
    12MIPI_CSI0_RX_D1PMIPI RX Lane1 iuput P
    14MIPI_CSI0_RX_D0NMIPI RX Lane0 iuput N
    15MIPI_CSI0_RX_D0PMIPI RX Lane0 iuput P
    17MIPI_CSI0_RX_CLK0NMIPI RX Clock iuput N
    18MIPI_CSI0_RX_CLK0PMIPI RX Clock iuput P
    20MIPI_CAM3_CLKOUT1.8V, CLock ouput for Sensor
    22MIPI_CAM1_CLKOUT1.8V, CLock ouput for Sensor
    23MIPI_CSI0_PDN0_H(GPIO1_B0)1.8V, GPIO
    24I2C3_SCL_M0_MIPI1.8V, I2C Clock, pulled up to 1.8V with 2.2K on Sige7
    25I2C3_SDA_M0_MIPI1.8V, I2C Clock, pulled up to 1.8V with 2.2K on Sige7
    26MIPI_CSI0_PDN1_H(GPIO1_A7)1.8V, GPIO
    27CM_RST_L(GPIO4_A0)3.3V, GPIO
    28,29VCC_RX3.3V Power ouput
    30,31VCC_5V05V Power ouput


    0.5mm FPC connector

    1,4,7,10,13,16,24,25,26,27,32,33GNDPower Ground & Signal Ground
    2MIPI_CSI1_RX_D3NMIPI RX Lane3 iuput N
    3MIPI_CSI1_RX_D3PMIPI RX Lane3 iuput P
    5MIPI_CSI1_RX_D2NMIPI RX Lane2 iuput N
    6MIPI_CSI1_RX_D2PMIPI RX Lane2 iuput P
    8MIPI_CSI1_RX_CLK1NMIPI RX Clock iuput N
    9MIPI_CSI1_RX_CLK1PMIPI RX Clock iuput P
    11MIPI_CSI1_RX_D1NMIPI RX Lane1 iuput N
    12MIPI_CSI1_RX_D1PMIPI RX Lane1 iuput P
    14MIPI_CSI1_RX_D0NMIPI RX Lane0 iuput N
    15MIPI_CSI1_RX_D0PMIPI RX Lane0 iuput P
    17MIPI_CSI1_RX_CLK0NMIPI RX Clock iuput N
    18MIPI_CSI1_RX_CLK0PMIPI RX Clock iuput P
    20MIPI_CAM3_CLKOUT / GPIO1_B71.8V, CLock ouput for Sensor / GPIO
    22MIPI_CAM0_CLKOUT1.8V, CLock ouput for Sensor
    23MIPI_CSI1_PDN0_H(GPIO1_B0)1.8V, GPIO
    24I2C3_SCL_M0_MIPI1.8V, I2C Clock, pulled up to 1.8V with 2.2K on Sige7
    25I2C3_SDA_M0_MIPI1.8V, I2C Clock, pulled up to 1.8V with 2.2K on Sige7
    26MIPI_CSI0_PDN1_H(GPIO1_A7)1.8V, GPIO
    27CM2_RST_L(GPIO4_A0)3.3V, GPIO
    28,29VCC_RX3.3V Power ouput
    30,31VCC_5V05V Power ouput


    0.5mm FPC connector (J23)

    1,4,7,10,13,16,27,33,34GNDPower and Signal Ground
    2MIPI_DPHY1_TX_D0NMIPI1 TX Lane0 ouput N
    3MIPI_DPHY1_TX_D0PMIPI1 TX Lane0 ouput P
    5MIPI_DPHY1_TX_D1NMIPI1 TX Lane1 ouput N
    6MIPI_DPHY1_TX_D1PMIPI1 TX Lane1 ouput P
    8MIPI_DPHY1_TX_CLKNMIPI1 TX Clock ouput N
    9MIPI_DPHY1_TX_CLKPMIPI1 TX Clock ouput P
    11MIPI_DPHY1_TX_D2NMIPI1 TX Lane2 ouput N
    12MIPI_DPHY1_TX_D2PMIPI1 TX Lane2 ouput P
    14MIPI_DPHY1_TX_D3NMIPI1 TX Lane3 ouput N
    15MIPI_DPHY1_TX_D3PMIPI1 TX Lane3 ouput P
    17LCD_PWM (PWM2_M2/GPIO4_C2)1.8V, GPIO/PWM
    18,19VCC3V3_LCD3.3V Power ouput
    20LCD_RESET (GPIO2_C1)1.8V, GPIO
    21/NCNo Connection
    22LCD_BL_EN (GPIO3_A1)3.3V, GPIO
    23I2C6_SCL_M01.8V, I2C Clock, pulled up to 1.8V with 2.2K on Sige7
    24I2C6_SDA_M01.8V, I2C Data, pulled up to 1.8V with 2.2K on Sige7
    25TP_INT (GPIO0_D3)1.8V, GPIO
    26TP_RST (GPIO0_C6)1.8V, GPIO
    28,29VCC5V0_LCD5V Power ouput
    31,32VCC_1V81.8V Power ouput


    0.8mm connector(CN32)

    1VCC_5V05V Power ouput
    3PWMPWM control



    Download : Google Drive link

    Source Code

    ArmSoM github source code :

    ArmSoM-Sige7 kernel:

    ArmSoM-Sige7 uboot:



    Official Image

    ArmSoM team uses Debian bullseye as the official operating system.


    The following systems have been tested and verified by ArmSoM official:

    Network disk address: Google Drive link

    debain bullseye

    Firmware location: 3. Linux image/debian/ArmSoM-Sige7 - Google Drive link

    Third Party System


    Image location: 3. Linux Images/ubuntu/ArmSoM-Sige7 - Google Drive link



    Firmware location: 3. Linux image/openwrt/ArmSoM-Sige7 - Google Drive link



    Firmware location: 3. Linux image/armbian/ArmSoM-Sige7 - Google Drive link

    jammy_edge_6.8.2_gnome_desktop: armbian-releases

    bookworm_edge_6.8.2_minimal: armbian-releases

    jammy_6.1.43_gnome: armbian-releases

    bookworm_6.1.43_minimal: armbian-releases

    Hardware Resources

    Version change history


    • VOL_IC: U27/U7/U6301change part pin;
    • USB:U15 fr o m TypeC1 change t o TypeC0; CN31 fr o m USB3. 0 change t o USB2. 0;
    • 40PIN:add UART Pr ot ect; J 2&CN2&CN32 change t o WF0. 8;
    • CAM:DEL R6352, CSI _1 I2C3 change t o I2C4;
    • WIFI Module: AP6275S change to AP6275P;

    User Manual

    The Sige7 user manual helps users understand the basic usage and preparation work needed for Sige7.

    Its model and hardware version can be found printed on the board when you got Sige 7.

    This article gives an overview of the product information to you in as much detail as possible.

    Getting Started

    Before starting to use the ArmSoM-Sige7, please prepare the following items:

    Tool Preparation

    • Sige7 main board
    • Power supply: USB Type-C PD
      • Support 9V/2A, 12V/2A, 15V/2A
    • System installation (choose one)
      • MicroSD /TF card boot
        • MicroSD card/TF, Class 10 or above, at least 8GB SDHC and a card reader
        • High speed TF cards tested by the ArmSoM team:
          • SanDisk 32GB TF (MicroSD) (developer recommended)
          • SanDisk 32GB TF (MicroSD) Dashcam & Security Camera Storage Card (recommended for long-term operation)
          • Sandisk TF 8G Class10 microSD
          • Sandisk TF 128G Class10 microSD XC TF 128G 48MB/S:
      • Onboard eMMC boot
        • USB Type-C data cable to write image from Type-C port on Sige7 to eMMC. You need to connect Sige7 to a PC using the Type-C cable.

    Optional Accessories

    • USB keyboard and mouse
    • HDMI display and HDMI cable
      • Sige7 features a full-sized HDMI port, and supports up to 8K@60 display
      • HDMI EDID is used to determine optimum display resolution. 1080p (or 4K/8K) will be selected on displays and TVs that support it. If 1080p is not supported, EDID will find the next available resolution.
    • Ethernet cable
      • Sige7 supports 2.5Gb Ethernet
      • The network cable is used to connect Sige7 to a local network and the Internet
    • Camera module
      • Sige7 supports camera function
      • We recommend using the imx415 module, available through the ArmSoM Taobao store or AliExpress or email to
    • LCD display
      • Sige7 supports LCD display
      • We recommend the ArmSoM Display 10.1 HD, available through the ArmSoM Taobao store or AliExpress or email to
    • Audio cable
      • Available for 0.8mm vertical socket
    • USB-A to USB-C data cable

    Image Flashing

    Flash System Image

    Interface Setup

    If this is your first time using the ArmSoM-Sige7, please familiarize yourself with the [Peripheral Interfaces](#Hardware Interface) to better understand the content below.

    Debug Serial Port

    Connect the USB to TTL serial cable as follows:


    sige5ConnectSerial Module
    GND (pin 6)<--->GND
    TX (pin 8)<--->RX
    RX (pin 10)<--->TX

    2.5G Ethernet

    If using wired Ethernet, insert the network cable into the RJ45 port on the ArmSoM-Sige7 and the wired connection will pop up on the desktop.

    • Use the ifconfig command to check if Ethernet is working normally - it will display the NIC enP2p33s0 or enP4p65s0 and Ethernet IP address. Also use the ping tool to test network connectivity.
    • If unable to ping,please try:
    $ sudo dhclient enP2p33s0
    $ sudo dhclient enP4p65s0


    The ArmSoM-Sige7 has an HDMI output port which supports CEC and HDMI 2.1, maximum resolution up to 8Kp60.


    The ArmSoM-Sige7 provides one USB 2.0 and one USB 3.0 port.

    USB3.0 Camera

    After connecting a USB 3.0 camera, you can download cheese and use the camera with the following commands:

    armsom@armsom-sige7: sudo apt update
    armsom@armsom-sige7: sudo apt install cheese

    You can also preview the camera in the terminal:

    gst-launch-1.0 v4l2src device=/dev/video0 io-mode=4 ! videoconvert ! video/x-raw,format=NV12,width=1920,height=1080 ! xvimagesink;

    Take Photo:

    gst-launch-1.0 v4l2src device=/dev/video0 io-mode=4 ! videoconvert ! video/x-raw,format=NV12,width=1920,height=1080 ! jpegenc ! multifilesink location=/home/armsom/test.jpg; 

    Record video:

    gst-launch-1.0 v4l2src num-buffers=512 device=/dev/video0 io-mode=4 ! videoconvert ! video/x-raw, format=NV12, width=1920, height=1080, framerate=30/1 ! tee name=t ! queue ! mpph264enc ! queue ! h264parse ! mpegtsmux ! filesink location=/home/armsom/test.mp4



    View sound cards in the system:

    armsom@armsom-sige7:/# aplay -l  
    **** List of PLAYBACK Hardware Devices ****
    card 0: rockchipdp0 [rockchip,dp0], device 0: rockchip,dp0 spdif-hifi-0 [rockchip,dp0 spdif-hifi-0]
    Subdevices: 1/1
    Subdevice #0: subdevice #0
    card 1: rockchipes8316 [rockchip-es8316], device 0: fe470000.i2s-ES8316 HiFi es8316.7-0011-0 [fe470000.i2s-ES8316 HiFi es8316.7-0011-0]
    Subdevices: 1/1
    Subdevice #0: subdevice #0
    card 2: rockchiphdmi0 [rockchip-hdmi0], device 0: rockchip-hdmi0 i2s-hifi-0 [rockchip-hdmi0 i2s-hifi-0]
    Subdevices: 1/1
    Subdevice #0: subdevice #0


    The Sige7 features a 5V fan using a 0.8mm connector

    armsom@armsom-sige7:/# echo 100 > /sys/devices/platform/pwm-fan/hwmon/hwmon8/pwm1  


    The Sige7 features a full-featured USB Type‐C 3.0 port which supports up to 8K@30fps DP display.


    The Sige7 provides a 40-pin GPIO header, compatible with most sensors on the market.


    The Sige7 has two user LEDs - green and red.

    • User Green LED
      Constantly indicates running kernel by default.

    • User Red LED Off by default, can be controlled by user.

    Users can control with commands:

    armsom@armsom-sige7:/# sudo su  
    armsom@armsom-sige7:/# echo timer > /sys/class/leds/red/trigger
    armsom@armsom-sige7:/# echo activity > /sys/class/leds/red/trigger


    • The Sige7 features an hym8563 RTC chip.
    • First, insert the RTC battery using the 2-pin header to supply power to the RTC IC.
    • Note that we should keep the RTC battery in the RTC connector and confirm the rtc hym8563 device which has been created.
    armsom@armsom-sige7:/# dmesg | grep rtc  
    [ 6.407133] rtc-hym8563 6-0051: rtc information is valid
    [ 6.412731] rtc-hym8563 6-0051: registered as rtc0
    [ 6.413779] rtc-hym8563 6-0051: setting system clock to 2022-06-22T01:22:26 UTC (1655860946)
    • Find rtc0, then use the following commands to set system time and sync to rtc0:
    armsom@armsom-sige7:/# hwclock -r  
    2023-11-03 10:32:40.461910+00:00
    armsom@armsom-sige7:/# date
    Fri 3rd Nov 10:33:12 UTC 2023
    armsom@armsom-sige7:/# hwclock -w
    armsom@armsom-sige7:/# hwclock -r
    armsom@armsom-sige7:/# poweroff
    • Turn off the RTC battery for 10+ minutes, insert the battery again and boot Sige7, and check if RTC synced with system clock:
    armsom@armsom-sige7:/# hwclock -r  
    2023-11-03 10:35:40.461910+00:00
    armsom@armsom-sige7:/# date
    Fri 3rd Nov 10:36:01 UTC 2023


    The ArmSoM-Sige7 provides an M.2 connector:

    • There is an M.2 M Key connector on the back with a 4-lane PCIe 3.0 interface. The board has a standard M.2 2280 mounting hole to deploy M.2 2280 NVMe SSDs.
      Note: This M.2 interface does NOT support M.2 SATA SSDs.
    armsom@armsom-sige7:/# mkdir temp  
    armsom@armsom-sige7:/# mount /dev/nvme0n1 temp



    Use the IMX415 module for the camera. After connecting and powering on the camera module you can view the boot log:

    armsom@armsom-sige7:/# dmesg | grep imx415  
    [ 2.547754] imx415 3-001a: driver version: 00.01.08
    [ 2.547767] imx415 3-001a: Get hdr mode failed! no hdr default
    [ 2.547819] imx415 3-001a: Failed to get power-gpios
    [ 2.547826] imx415 3-001a: could not get default pinstate
    [ 2.547831] imx415 3-001a: could not get sleep pinstate
    [ 2.547850] imx415 3-001a: supply dvdd not found, using dummy regulator
    [ 2.547918] imx415 3-001a: supply dovdd not found, using dummy regulator
    [ 2.547945] imx415 3-001a: supply avdd not found, using dummy regulator
    [ 2.613843] imx415 3-001a: Detected imx415 id 0000e0
    [ 2.613890] rockchip-csi2-dphy csi2-dphy0: dphy0 matches m00_b_imx415 3-001a:bus type 5
    [ 18.386174] imx415 3-001a: set fmt: cur_mode: 3864x2192, hdr: 0
    [ 18.389067] imx415 3-001a: set exposure(shr0) 2047 = cur_vts(2250) - val(203)

    Use v4l2-ctl for image capture:

    // MIPI-CSI1  
    armsom@armsom-sige7:/# v4l2-ctl -d /dev/video31 --set-fmt-video=width=3840,height=2160,pixelformat=NV12 --stream-mmap=3 --stream-skip=60 --stream-to=/tmp/cif73.out --stream-count=3 --stream-poll

    // MIPI-CSI2
    armsom@armsom-sige7:/# v4l2-ctl -d /dev/video22 --set-fmt-video=width=3840,height=2160,pixelformat=NV12 --stream-mmap=3 --stream-skip=60 --stream-to=/tmp/cif73.out --stream-count=3 --stream-poll

    Record video directly with gst-launch-1.0:

    // MIPI-CSI1  
    armsom@armsom-sige7:/# gst-launch-1.0 v4l2src device=/dev/video31 ! video/x-raw,format=NV12,width=3840,height=2160, framerate=30/1 ! xvimagesink

    // MIPI-CSI2
    armsom@armsom-sige7:/# gst-launch-1.0 v4l2src device=/dev/video22 ! video/x-raw,format=NV12,width=3840,height=2160, framerate=30/1 ! xvimagesink



    The ArmSoM-Sige7 supports up to 4K@60Hz resolution over MIPI DSI

    Product Certificate

    CE / FC / RoHS


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