• Beaglebone black with cramps board.

    What can I do if my beaglebone black is no longer recognized by computer? It worked fine until I added power to the attached cramps board.When I power up, the power LED flashes blue and then nothing else seems to happen.
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  • Accessing GPIO and PWM on BeagleBone AI

    I'm running through the BeagleBone examples for the AI, but the ones that attempt to read or write to pins throw errors in both Python and bonescript.   Here is the output from analoginout.js:   Hit ^C to s...
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  • Coding for the BeagleBone PRU with C in 2019

    So, I've recently decided to get my head around the killer feature of the BeagleBone family - the two Programmable Realtime Units that sit alongside the ARM Cortex A8 core that you'll normally find running Linux. Thes...
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  • BeagleBone AI BB-AI Photos for Documentation Purposes

    Some photos of the BB-AI! Transparent background, for copying into documents:       Some higher-res photos (normal background):         BB-AI dimensions (note - th...
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  • Debugging the BeagleBone PRU in CCS

    Debugging your PRU C code Recently I decided to turn my attention to the fairly unique Programmable Realtime Units on the BeagleBone's TI Sitara processor. My earlier blog post covered Coding for the BeagleBone PRU wi...
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  • BeagleBone® AI - Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

    NEW! BeagleBone® AI Technical Specifications | Frequently Asked Questions | Comparison Chart | BeagleBone® Accessories | Getting Started   When will the BeagleBone® AI be available for purchas...
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  • BB AI cooling Addon board available

    if you can't wait to get a fan-addon for the Beaglebone AI : here is the link to order the pcb right away: https://aisler.net/p/SWHBYGQV it takes the recommended Fan and allows to control it with pwm from a Pin on th...
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  • Extending Micro SD Card space for Beaglebone Black use - Windows users

    Since Beaglebone Black(BBB) internal memory is limited to 4GB and further more, 3.5 GB is already allocated to system and other process. Hence for us to install new modules/programs very less space is left. So it is g...
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  • Test CAN BUS on BeagleBone

    I'm testing the CAN peripheral on a BeagleBone. I'll be using my homemade generic CAN driver to implement the physical layer and Thomas Wedemeyer's BB specific instructions. The other device on the CAN BUS, playing ...
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  • BeagleBone AI Support source

    There has been many discussions regarding the BeagleBone AI and in the end the location for the final say has been the BeagleBoard.  However, as was pointed out on a recent BeagleBoard post due to an element14 em...
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  • BeagleBone® AI - Getting Started

    NEW! BeagleBone® AI Technical Specifications | Frequently Asked Questions | Comparison Chart | BeagleBone® Accessories | Getting Started     Phil from the element14 Community talks you thro...
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  • BeagleBone AI (BB-AI) - Getting Started

    Introduction Heatsinking Adding a Fan Serial Console Cable Power Supply Powering Up Upgrading the Software Measuring the Temperature Changing Passwords and Adding Users Configuring ...
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  • BBB - Building a DAC - part 2

    (BBB - Building a DAC part 1 can be found here). Part 3 implements a complete design in an enclosure for a Sonos-like solution. Introduction The BeagleBone Black (BBB) has a digital audio interface and this was explo...
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  • Reading BeagleBone AI Temperatures

    I finally brought up my BeagleBone AI with a 25mm x 7mm fan firmly screwed into the heat sink using M2 or M3 (they were salvaged so I don't know for sure) machine screws. It was a lot quieter than I was expecting al...
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  • bb-cpld - a robotics expansion board for the BeagleBone Black with an Altera MAX II EPM1270

    Programmable Logic Enter Your Electronics & Design Project for a chance to win up to a $200 Shopping Cart of Product! Back to The Project14 homepage Project14 Home Monthly Themes Monthly Theme Poll   Whe...
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  • Poop Buster - A Vision Thing Idea

    Vision Thing Enter Your Project for a chance to win an Oscilloscope Grand Prize Package for the Most Creative Vision Thing Project! Back to The Project14 homepage Project14 Home Monthly Themes Monthly Theme Poll ...
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  • Vision Thing: Smarthab: Facial Recognition .i

    Vision Thing Enter Your Project for a chance to win an Oscilloscope Grand Prize Package for the Most Creative Vision Thing Project! Back to The Project14 homepage Project14 Home Monthly Themes Monthly Theme Poll &...
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  • LDR Camera #4 : The BeagleBone AI has Landed

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  • AI Vision - iBox

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  • iBox: #2 Setting up the BB-AI

    1.     Background 2.     Cooling Issues 3.     Logging in And Updating 4.     OpenCV 5.     Has it Cr...
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