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'''NOTE:''' This project is under development. No hardware is available yet. Please feel free to send comments to Yann at atrus@stackworks.net
 
'''NOTE:''' This project is under development. No hardware is available yet. Please feel free to send comments to Yann at atrus@stackworks.net
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The BeagleBoard Hardhat is designed to be an industrial analog and digital I/O expansion board for the [[BeagleBoard]]. Features 4-20mA transmitters and inputs, 0-10V outputs and inputs, along with RS485 and a set of dry contactors.
 
The BeagleBoard Hardhat is designed to be an industrial analog and digital I/O expansion board for the [[BeagleBoard]]. Features 4-20mA transmitters and inputs, 0-10V outputs and inputs, along with RS485 and a set of dry contactors.
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More information: [http://stackfoundry.com/beagle_hardhat/]
  
 
[[Category:BeagleBoard]]
 
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[[Category:BeagleBoard Expansion Boards ]]

Latest revision as of 05:57, 22 July 2010

NOTE: This project is under development. No hardware is available yet. Please feel free to send comments to Yann at atrus@stackworks.net

The BeagleBoard Hardhat is designed to be an industrial analog and digital I/O expansion board for the BeagleBoard. Features 4-20mA transmitters and inputs, 0-10V outputs and inputs, along with RS485 and a set of dry contactors.

More information: [1]