New Products

BeagleBone RF Cape

The BeagleBone RF Cape provides BeagleBone boards the ability to interface with popular radio interfaces. This cape features industry standard radio EVM connectors which can be used to interface with two simultaneous radio devices. The BeagleBone RF Cape supports proprietary RF, IEEE 802.11, IEEE 802.15.5, 6LoWPAN radio chips and more.

BeagleBone Motor Cape w/ Screw Blocks

The BeagleBone Motor Cape with Screw Blocks gives BeagleBone boards the ability to drive different type of motors. This cape features TI motor driver DRV8833 that can drive up to eight servo brush motors. This Motor Cape is populated with screw terminal blocks for easy motor connections.
BeagleBone TiWi-BLE Cape w/ Chip Antenna
The BeagleBone TiWi-BLE Cape with Chip Antenna is an add-on board that provides Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capability for the BeagleBone. This cape is equipped with LSR TiWi-BLE module that is capable of providing high performance 2.4 GHz IEEE 802.11 b/g/n and cost effective Bluetooth 4.0 + EDR.
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News

Now Available! 

The BeagleBone Black

is Now Available, it is
Better & Faster for
Les
s!

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Kickstarter Funds Underwater Robot Kit Using BeagleBone Board and Cape

David Lang Co-Founder of OpenROV
David Lang Co-Founder of OpenROV

OpenROV is a story of how the founders created their own project with a BeagleBone and turned it into a community and business. Kickstarter has recently funded the company to create a kit to make an underwater robot for exploration.

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BeagleBone nominated as hackable gadget in 2012 Makey Awards

BeagleBone has attracted a small community of hardware hackers looking for an open embedded Linux solution for projects requiring a bit of horsepower and speed ...

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BeagleBoard As A Medical Device

A Telehealth Medical Application running on the Beagle-Board.

The Operating System is Linux Angstrom and the GUI is based on QT/QML.

The User Interface includes:

  • Blood Pressure Monitor
  • Insulin Pump
  • Spirometry
  • Pulse Oximeter
  • ECG

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Making a Home Media Server

There are plenty of products available to the person who wants a functioning NAS out of the box, though I’ve never really been that type. By using a versatile board like the BeagleBone as a home media server, I can make a project that is more than a simple networked storage solution.
 

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Videos &

Podcasts

BeagleBone Black
Making
This video shows the making of the BeagleBone Black

BeagleBone Introduction

This video is an introduction to the BeagleBone products. Click on image to view the video.

How To: Get Started With The BeagleBone

If you're excited about getting into embedded Linux platforms for electronics projects, Matt Richardson of Make: shows you how to get started on the BeagleBone. By the end of the how-to, you'll be able to blink and LED, but hopefully you'll be inspired to take something on that's a little more complex.

 

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Contest

UPDATE
Winners Announced
 

Find Out About The Winners of the
BeagleBone Cape
 Plug-in Board Design Contest