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BeagleBone Capes are add on boards that can be connected to the BeagleBone to add functionality. These capes are made by a lot of different companies and individuals.
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BeagleBone Capes are add on boards that can be connected to the BeagleBone to add functionality. These capes are made by a lot of different companies and individuals. 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.
 
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[[File:WiFi.jpg|border|link=http://elinux.org/CircuitCo/BeagleBone_WiFi|150px]]
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[[File:Radarcape.jpg|border|link=http://elinux.org/CircuitCo/Radarcape|150px]]
<br />'''[[CircuitCo/BeagleBone_WiFi | BeagleBone WiFi Cape]]'''
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<br />BeagleBoardToys
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[[File:Radarcape.jpg|border|link=http://circuitco.com/support/index.php?title=Radarcape|150px]]
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<br />'''[[CircuitCo/Radarcape | Radarcape]]'''
 
<br />'''[[CircuitCo/Radarcape | Radarcape]]'''
 
<br />Guenter Koellner
 
<br />Guenter Koellner
  
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[[File:LVDS-1b.jpg|border|link=http://elinux.org/CircuitCo/BeagleBone_LVDS_LCD_Cape|150px]]
 
[[File:LVDS-1b.jpg|border|link=http://elinux.org/CircuitCo/BeagleBone_LVDS_LCD_Cape|150px]]
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<br />Chalkboard Electronics
 
<br />Chalkboard Electronics
  
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[[File:HDMI.jpg|border|link=http://elinux.org/CircuitCo/BeagleBone-HDMI_CAPE?title=HDMI_CAPE|150px]]
 
[[File:HDMI.jpg|border|link=http://elinux.org/CircuitCo/BeagleBone-HDMI_CAPE?title=HDMI_CAPE|150px]]
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<br />'''[[CircuitCo/BeagleBone_4Gb_16-Bit_NAND_Module | 4Gb 16-Bit NAND Module]]'''
 
<br />'''[[CircuitCo/BeagleBone_4Gb_16-Bit_NAND_Module | 4Gb 16-Bit NAND Module]]'''
 
<br />BeagleBoardToys
 
<br />BeagleBoardToys
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[[File:WiFi.jpg|border|link=http://elinux.org/CircuitCo/BeagleBone_TiWi-BLE_w/_Chip_Antenna|150px]]
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<br />'''[[CircuitCo/BeagleBone_TiWi-BLE_w/_Chip_Antenna | TiWi-BLE w/ Chip Antenna]]'''
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<br />BeagleBoardToys
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[[File:WiFi.jpg|border|link=http://elinux.org/CircuitCo/BeagleBone_TiWi-BLE_w/_EXT._Antenna|150px]]
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<br />'''[[CircuitCo/BeagleBone_TiWi-BLE_w/_EXT._Antenna | TiWi-BLE w/ EXT. Antenna]]'''
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<br />BeagleBoardToys
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[[File:WiFi.jpg|border|link=http://elinux.org/CircuitCo/BeagleBone_TiWi-5E_w/_Chip_Antenna|150px]]
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<br />'''[[CircuitCo/BeagleBone_TiWi-5E_w/_Chip_Antenna | TiWi-5E w/ Chip Antenna]]'''
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<br />BeagleBoardToys
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[[File:WiFi.jpg|border|link=http://elinux.org/CircuitCo/BeagleBone_TiWi-5E_w/_EXT._Antenna|150px]]
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<br />'''[[CircuitCo/BeagleBone_TiWi-5E_w/_EXT._Antenna | TiWi-5E w/ EXT. Antenna]]'''
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<br />BeagleBoardToys
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[[File:Motor.jpg|border|link=http://elinux.org/CircuitCo/BeagleBone_Motor_w/_NXT_Connectors|150px]]
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<br />'''[[CircuitCo/BeagleBone_Motor_w/_NXT_Connectors | BeagleBone Motor w/ NXT Connectors]]'''
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<br />BeagleBoardToys
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[[File:Motor-Screw.jpg|border|link=http://elinux.org/CircuitCo:CircuitCo/BeagleBone_Motor_w/_Screw_Blocks|150px]]
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<br />'''[[CircuitCo:CircuitCo/BeagleBone_Motor_w/_Screw_Blocks | BeagleBone Motor w/ Screw Blocks]]'''
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<br />BeagleBoardToys
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[[File:Ninja.jpg|border|link=http://elinux.org/CircuitCo/BeagleBone_Ninja|150px]]
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<br />'''[[CircuitCo/BeagleBone_Ninja | Ninja]]'''
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<br />BeagleBoardToys
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[[File:ROV-NEW.jpg|border|link=http://elinux.org/CircuitCo/BeagleBone_ROV|150px]]
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<br />'''[[CircuitCo/BeagleBone_ROV | ROV]]'''
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<br />BeagleBoardToys
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[[File:BYI-8-Port-1-Wire-Cape-650x450.jpeg|border|link=http://circuitco.com/support/index.php?title=BeagleBone_8_Port_1-Wire|150px]]
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<br />'''[http://elinux.org/CircuitCo/BeagleBone_8_Port_1-Wire BeagleBone 8 Port 1-Wire ]'''
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<br />BY Innovation, Inc.
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Revision as of 22:38, 7 March 2013

BeagleBone Capes are add on boards that can be connected to the BeagleBone to add functionality. These capes are made by a lot of different companies and individuals. 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.


BeagleBone Breadboard Cape.jpg
BeagleBone Breadboard
BeagleBoardToys

BeagleBone Breakout.jpg
BeagleBone Breakout Cape
BeagleBoardToys

BeagleBone DVI-D Cape.jpg
BeagleBone DVI-D Cape
BeagleBoardToys

BeagleBone-LCD-Brackets.jpg
BeagleBone LCD7 Cape
BeagleBoardToys

Proto Cape Kit.jpg
Proto Cape Kit
Adafruit

TT3201 Can Cape.jpg
TT3201 CAN Cape
TowerTech

LCD3-catalog.jpg
BeagleBone LCD3 Cape
BeagleBoardToys

BatteryCape-Front.jpg
BeagleBone Battery Cape
BeagleBoardToys

MSTP-Front.jpg
BeagleBone MSTP
Plano CAD

VGA-front.jpg
BeagleBone VGA Cape
BeagleBoardToys

Serial-side.jpg
BeagleBone CANBus Cape
BeagleBoardToys

Serial-side.jpg
BeagleBone ProfiBus Cape
BeagleBoardToys

Serial-side.jpg
BeagleBone RS232 Cape
BeagleBoardToys

Serial-side.jpg
BeagleBone RS485 Cape
BeagleBoardToys

LCD4Cape.jpg
BeagleBone LCD4 Cape
BeagleBoardToys

Camera-Angled.jpg
BeagleBone Camera Cape
BeagleBoardToys

BeBoPrCape.jpg
BeBoPr Cape
AES electronics

150px-AudioCape3.jpg
BeagleBone Audio Cape
BeagleBoardToys

150px-DVI-Audio.jpg
DVI-D w/ Audio Cape
BeagleBoardToys

Weather-Sensor.jpg
BeagleBone Weather Cape
BeagleBoardToys

MemExp.jpg
BeagleBone Memory Expansion Cape
BeagleBoardToys

RFCape1.jpg
BeagleBone RF Cape
BeagleBoardToys

Radarcape.jpg
Radarcape
Guenter Koellner

LVDS-1b.jpg
BeagleBone LVDS LCD Cape
Chalkboard Electronics

HDMI.jpg
HDMI Cape
BeagleBoardToys

NAND1-02.jpg
4Gb 16-Bit NAND Module
BeagleBoardToys

WiFi.jpg
TiWi-BLE w/ Chip Antenna
BeagleBoardToys

WiFi.jpg
TiWi-BLE w/ EXT. Antenna
BeagleBoardToys

WiFi.jpg
TiWi-5E w/ Chip Antenna
BeagleBoardToys

WiFi.jpg
TiWi-5E w/ EXT. Antenna
BeagleBoardToys

Motor.jpg
BeagleBone Motor w/ NXT Connectors
BeagleBoardToys

Motor-Screw.jpg
BeagleBone Motor w/ Screw Blocks
BeagleBoardToys

Ninja.jpg
Ninja
BeagleBoardToys


ROV-NEW.jpg
ROV
BeagleBoardToys

BYI-8-Port-1-Wire-Cape-650x450.jpeg
BeagleBone 8 Port 1-Wire
BY Innovation, Inc.


If you have a Cape that is in production and can be purchased and you would like it listed here, please download the Cape Registration Package. After filling out the necessary information, send it back to support@circuitco.com. We will list your cape on the catalog using the information provided.


If you have any questions, please contact us at support@circuitco.com


To go back to BeagleBone wiki, please click CircuitCo/BeagleBone