The Toradex Pinout Designer is a powerful tool for configuring the pin muxing of the Colibri and Apalis modules. The tool allows comparing the interfaces of the different Toradex modules. It's easy to check whether existing carrier boards are compatible with the latest Toradex modules.
Please also take a look at our Carrier Board Design Section.
The purpose of the below table is to map the supporting tool versions and database names to the product version (PID4 and PID8) combinations. Make sure to download the corresponding version of the tool from the previous section.
Use always the latest version of the tool and the database.
Always check for information to the interfaces in the datasheet of the corresponding module.
The pin muxing database is carefully created and tested. However, Toradex does not guarantee that the data is correct. Toradex cannot be in anyway held responsible for faults that may be caused by inaccuracy of the database or the tool.
Even though the tool shows the compatibility between two interfaces, beware that there could still be incompatibility in voltage levels, interface speeds, protocol, signal mapping, or any other specification.
Even if an interface is available for a certain module, it is not guaranteed that Toradex will provide its drivers in the standard operating system image. Additional driver adoptions may be necessary or there might be no driver available currently.
Whenever possible, it is recommended that you test the configuration on a suitable evaluation board. Toradex evaluation boards allow accessing major parts of the signals and using them for different purposes.
The Colibri T20 has an additional pin muxing restriction which is currently not checked by this tool. The pins of the Nvidia T20 SoC are organized into groups. It is only possible to change the multiplexing of a complete group. Therefore, a manual check is needed. More information can be found in the datasheet.
According to Nvidia’s recommendation for the Apalis T30 and Colibri T30, the different interface instances should not be mixed up within an interface. For example, it is not recommended to use UART1.E-RXD together with UART1.A-TXD. Either use all the signals from instance E or from A. More information about this can be found in the datasheet.
If you have any doubts or questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Toradex support team.