|element14 BeagleBone Black Industrial||BeagleBone Black (Revision C)||BB View (Now with Debian OS Support)|
The element14 BeagleBone Black Industrial answers the need for an industrial rated SBC with extended temperature range and offers additional board protection with optional conformal coating.
A development platform that utilizes the low cost Sitara™ AM3358 ARM® Cortex™-A8 processor from Texas Instruments and runs a variety of OS including Debian, Angstrom, Ubuntu and Android.
The BB View is a portable LCD solution with touchscreen capability for BeagleBone & BeagleBone Black.
|Android lagging on Beaglebone Black 4 weeks ago in BeagleBone Black||by sush1993|
|Re: BBB CE Certificate 1 month ago in Super Single Board Computers||by fredw|
|Re: RMA & Repair for element14 BBB? 2 months ago in Feedback and Support||by Dudley Nelson|
|Re: How to run ubuntu on BBB 2 months ago in element14 on campus||by hbaruas|
|Re: BeagleBone Black shrunk to a tiny package 2 months ago in Single-Board Computers||by Jan Cumps|
|Re: BeagleBone capes for LinuxCNC 3 months ago in Single-Board Computers||by andy069|
|Re: Grafical dock at the first start of the BBB 4 months ago in Embedded Linux||by clem57|
|Re: Feedback requested for VisualPRU: Browser-based Editor and Debugger for the BBB PRUs 4 months ago in Super Single Board Computers||by mkl123|
|Re: Access my BeagleBone Black anywhere? 5 months ago in Single-Board Computers||by amgalbu|
|Beaglebone black Rev C mmc2_cmd/device tree 5 months ago in Super Single Board Computers||by nilan|
|WiFi Dongle||USB Camera Module + USB Cable||BB View|
The mikroBUS™ Cape is an expansion board for the BeagleBone that allows users to connect up to 4 mikroElektronika Click Boards to the BeagleBone without any wiring.
LOGi-BONE-2 FPGA Board
|MikroElektronika's Click Board System|
|Start with the mikroBUS™ Cape for BeagleBone Black||GSM Click Board||GPS Click L10 Board|
|BEE Click Board||Bluetooth Click Board||ADC Click Board|
|SHT11 Environmental Sensor Click Board||Thermocouple Click Board|
|µC/Probe 3.3 - Pro Ed, Perpetual License||µC/Probe 3.3 - Pro Ed, Yearly Subscription|
IOT setup using a bluetooth sensor streaming data to the Beaglebone which submits it to the IBM cloud Note: This blog post is being superceded with updates here: BeagleBone Black Industrial more...
In previous blog posts, I've showed how to use small LCD displays as a Linux framebuffer on the BeagleBone Black thanks to the fbtft drivers: BeagleBone Black LCDs with Prebuilt FBTFT drivers more...
My previous post showed how to use small TFT LCDs as a Linux framebuffer on a BeagleBone Black: BeagleBone Black LCDs with Prebuilt FBTFT drivers I showed how to use pre-built fbtft more...