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BeagleBone is a credit-card sized expandable Linux computer that connects with the Internet and runs software such as Android 4.0 and Ubuntu. It allows developers to evaluate the Sitara™ AM335x ARM® Cortex™-A8 processors with a single cable and 10-second Linux boot-enabling development in less than five minutes. Adding cape plug-in boards to the popular BeagleBone computer allows hobbyists, makers and developers to quickly and easily augment BeagleBone’s capabilities with LCD screens, motor control and battery power as well as the ability to create their own circuits.
Click here to view the Production video for BeagleBone Black
BeagleBone Capes Compatibility Matrix
To view the compatibility between capes that are listed in this catalog, please download the compatibility matrix below.
BeagleBone Capes Catalog
If you have a cape that will be in production or able to be purchased and you would like it listed here, please download the File:CapeRegistration.zip. After filling out the necessary information, send it back to email@example.com. We will list your cape on the catalogue using the information provided.
NOTE: if you have any question related to a particular cape, please contact the designer of that cape. For other questions regarding this page, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
To go back to BeagleBone wiki, please click here.
To go back to BeagleBone Black wiki, please click here.