Products

 

The following are our current products. For more information about a product, click on the name.

 
The BeagleBone Breadboard is designed to provide a simple but productive prototyping space. This prototyping cape is equipped with a patterned prototyping area, two general-purpose LED’s, two tactile switches, one 8-pin female header and two stackable 46-pin connectors. LED’s and switches are mapped to an 8-pin header for convenient access. With each purchase including an adhesive solderless breadboard and jumper wire kit (140 pieces in 14 different lengths), the BeagleBone Breadboard offers users a powerful prototyping tool without the needs of soldering. 
 
 
 
 The BeagleBone LCD3 Cape provides a portable LCD solution with touchscreen capability for BeagleBone boards. The 3.5" TFT LCD screen, attached to the topside of the board, can display up to a resolution of 320x240 and is a 4-wire resistive touchscreen. The board is equipped with seven switches located at finger-friendly positions. These switches include power, reset, and five user switches, which are mapped to different GPIO signals. The backside of the cape is where a BeagleBone can be mounted.
 

BeagleBone LCD7 Cape

 
The BeagleBone LCD7 Cape provides an LCD solution with touchscreen capability for BeagleBone boards. The 7" TFT LCD screen, attached to the topside of the board, can display up to a resolution of 800x480 and is a 4-wire resistive touchscreen. The board is equipped with seven buttons located at finger-friendly positions. These buttons include power, reset, and five user buttons, which are mapped to different GPIO signals. The backside of the cape is where the BeagleBone and additional cape can be mounted.
 

BeagleBone RS232 Cape

 

The BeagleBone RS232 Cape provides an RS232 interface to the BeagleBone via a standard D-Sub 9 female serial connector. This connector is located to the side so it doesn't interfere with any capes stacked above it. By default, the BeagleBone RS232 Cape uses UART2 port on the AM335x for RS232 connection; however, users will have the freedom to choose among UART1, UART2, UART4, and UART5 ports.

  

BeagleBone Weather Cape

 

 

 

The BeagleBone Weather Cape provides weather data for the BeagleBone including temperature, barometric pressure, humidity, and ambient light. These weather input data can be accessed via I2C bus. The BeagleBone Weather Cape also features an LED to indicate that power is applied.

 

 

 

 

 

 

BeagleBone Audio Cape

 

The BeagleBone Audio Cape provides stereo audio input and output for the BeagleBone by using the TLV320AIC3106 codec. Audio data is sampled at up to 96 kHz during recording or playback. The codec interfaces with the Multichannel Audio Serial Port of the AM335x via audio serial bus. The BeagleBone Audio Cape also features two standard 3.5mm audio jacks as audio input and output connectors.

 

BeagleBone DVI-D w/ Audio Cape

 
The BeagleBone DVI-D with Audio Cape provides both DVI-D output and stereo audio input and output for the BeagleBone by using the TFP410 PanelBus digital transmitter and TLV320AIC3106 codec. Audio data is sampled at up to 96 kHz during recording or playback. The codec interfaces with the Multichannel Audio Serial Port of the AM335x via audio serial bus. The BeagleBone DVI-D with Audio Cape also features two standard 3.5mm audio jacks as audio input and output connectors.
 
The BeagleBone 4Gb 16-Bit NAND module is used with the BeagleBone Memory Expansion to provide NAND Flash memory for BeagleBone. This module features an asynchronous 4Gb NAND Flash memory with 16-bit data width. The memory device operates at 3.3V and uses highly multiplexed 8-bit (I/Ox) to transfer commands, addresses, and data. The BeagleBone 4Gb 16-Bit NAND module is installed on top of the BeagleBone Memory Expansion Cape via a 40-position header and 40-position socket.

The BeagleBone TiWi-BLE Cape w/ External 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. This cape requires an external antenna.
 
 

The BeagleBone TiWi-5E Cape w/ 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 and 5 GHz IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n and cost effective Bluetooth 4.0 + EDR. This cape requires an external antenna.

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 Ninja Cape

 

The BeagleBone Ninja Cape features an Atmega328 microcontroller that interfaces with BeagleBone via UART1. This cape is featured in the latest Ninja Blocks, which is a cloud enabled computers that receives input from different sensors. Sensors are connected to the cape via 4 mini-USB ports.

BeagleBoard-xM LCD7

 

 

The BeagleBoard-xM LCD7 (previously called ULCD7 Lite) provides an LCD solution with touchscreen capability for BeagleBoard-xM boards. The 7" TFT LCD screen, attached to the topside of the board, can display up to a resolution of 800x480 and is a 4-wire resistive touchscreen. The backside of the board is where the BeagleBoard-xM and additional expansion boards can be mounted. The BeagleBoard-xM LCD7 Cape is also equipped with a reset button and a connector footprint for a WiFi expansion connector.


Note: The BeagleBoard-xM LCD7 boards are shipped with stand-offs. Bracket stands are optional when purchasing the BeagleBoard-xM LCD7.


BeagleBone ProfiBus Cape -

COMING SPRING 2013

 

The BeagleBone ProfiBus Cape provides a ProfiBus interface to the BeagleBone via a standard D-Sub 9 female serial connector. This connector is located to the side so it doesn't interfere with any capes stacked above it. Users will have the freedom of selecting four different UART interfaces via jumpers.



 

 
 
 

BeagleBone 2GB 8-Bit eMMC Module -

COMING SPRING 2013
 
The BeagleBone 2GB 8-Bit eMMC module is used with the BeagleBone Memory Expansion to provide eMMC Flash memory for BeagleBone. This module features an 2GB eMMC Flash memory with 8-bit data width. The BeagleBone 2GB 8-Bit eMMC module is installed on top of the BeagleBone Memory Expansion Cape via a 40-position header and 40-position socket.

 





 




 

BeagleBone Breakout Cape

 

The BeagleBone Breakout Cape provides accessibility to the various BeagleBone components during troubleshooting. If you are using a BeagleBone, there is a good chance your BeagleBone is stacked with one or more capes; If this happens, signals and testpoints on the topside of the BeagleBone will not be accessible. The BeagleBone Breakout Cape solves this problem by separating a BeagleBone and its cape on two different sets of connectors. Each BeagleBone Breakout Cape is made by thick PCB and equipped with six standoffs for stress endurance and stability.

  
 
The BeagleBone LCD4 Cape provides a portable LCD solution with touchscreen capability for BeagleBone boards. The 4.3" TFT LCD screen, attached to the topside of the board, can display up to a resolution of 480x272 and is a 4-wire resistive touchscreen. The board is equipped with seven buttons located at finger-friendly positions. These buttons include power, reset, and five user buttons, which are mapped to different GPIO signals. The backside of the cape is where a BeagleBone can be mounted.
 
 
The BeagleBone CANBus Cape makes use of DCAN1 interface of the AM335x processor to provide a Controller Area Network (CAN) interface that meets the specifications of ISO11898. The CAN Bus interface can be accessed via a standard D-Sub 9 female serial connector. This connector is located to the side so it doesn't interfere with any capes stacked above it. The BeagleBone CANBus Cape also supports SocketCAN.
 

BeagleBone Battery Cape

 

The BeagleBone Battery Cape provides a portable power solution for BeagleBone boards and its capes. This cape provides 5V power supply to the BeagleBone using 4 Lithium AA battery cells. Power will be provided to BeagleBone’s VDD_5V power rail as soon as battery cells are installed. The BeagleBone Battery Cape is also equipped with a power switch, a power indicator LED, and an EEPROM for muxing configuration.

 
 
The BeagleBone 3.1MP Camera Cape provides a portable camera solution for BeagleBone. Each Camera Cape is composed of a Sensor board and an Expansion board. The Sensor board carries a 3.1 megapixel camera sensor and transmits captured image data to the Expansion board over camera interface (CAM I/F). The Expansion board features a CSSP bridge connectivity device, which stores image data received from Sensor board and transfers them to the AM335x using general purpose memory controller (GPMC) interface.
 

 
The BeagleBone DVI-D Cape is designed to provide DVI-D interface for BeagleBone boards. This board features a standard HDMI connector, which can be connected to a DVI-D monitor using a HDMI-to-DVI-D cable. The video output of the BeagleBone DVI-D Cape is limited to 16-bit so more pins at the expansion headers of BeagleBone can be available for other capes. The output resolution is hardcoded to 1024x768.
 

BeagleBone Memory Expansion Cape

 

The BeagleBone Memory Expansion Cape provides BeagleBone the capability to add additional external memory devices. The External memory devices are interfaced via general purpose memory controller (GPMC) on the AM335x. Supported memory devices include NOR flash, NAND flash, or other memory devices that are asynchronous, synchronous, 8-bit or 16-bit. 
 
 
 
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. The antenna on this cape is populated on board.
 
 

The BeagleBone TiWi-5E Cape w/ 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 and 5 GHz IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n and cost effective Bluetooth 4.0 + EDR. The antenna on this cape is populated on board.
 
 

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 NXT connectors to interface with NXT devices.

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 ROV Cape

 
The BeagleBone ROV Cape features an Atmega328 microcontroller that interfaces with BeagleBone via UART1. This cape is featured in the OpenROV project where it is used to control an underwater robot and stream live camera video.

 

BeBoPr Cape -

COMING SPRING 2013

 
The BeBoPr Cape provides all the necessary I/O to control a Mendel/Reprap 3D-printer. Onboard are 3 analog inputs optimized for thermistors, 6 digital inputs for limit switches, 3 high-power PWM outputs for heater(s) and/or fan, and 4 axis steppermotor interface for either external drivers. All 'hard' realtime control runs on a dedicated coprocessor that is part of the AM3359 on the BeagleBone. The 'soft' realtime control runs on the ARM processor under Linux.
 

 

 


 

BeagleBone MSTP Cape -

COMING SPRING 2013
 
MSTP Cape provides a Dual Stepping Motor Controller and Driver for the BeagleBone boards. The MSTP board contains its own MSP430 Micro-controller and two DRV8825 Micro-Strepping Motor Controller. The interface to the BeagleBone card is via SPI. It can also be used is a stansalone mode with interface via RS232.(An external RS232 driver is required) The MSTP Cape supports the two stackable 46 pin headers; however, due to the connection to the motors and HV, the card is designed to be a top cape. The MSTP Cape supports the EEPROM for cape definitions and pin mixing configuration.
 

BeagleBone RS485 Cape

 
 

The BeagleBone RS485 Cape provides an RS485 interface to the BeagleBone via a standard D-Sub 9 female serial connector. This connector is located to the side so it doesn't interfere with any capes stacked above it. Users will have the freedom of selecting four different UART interfaces via jumpers.