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BeagleBone ships with a 4GB micro-SD card preloaded with the [http://www.angstrom-distribution.org/ Angstrom] ARM Linux distribution.
 
BeagleBone ships with a 4GB micro-SD card preloaded with the [http://www.angstrom-distribution.org/ Angstrom] ARM Linux distribution.
  
The board uses a TPS65217B power management IC (PMIC) to generate stable supply voltages regardless of input power variation.  +5V DC power can be supplied to the BeagleBone through a barrel connector or from the mini-USB, both of which are near the large RJ45 Ethernet connector.
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The board uses a [http://www.ti.com/product/tps65217 TI TPS65217B PMIC] to generate stable supply voltages regardless of input power variation.  +5V DC power can be supplied to the BeagleBone through a barrel connector or from the mini-USB, both of which are near the large RJ45 Ethernet connector.
  
 
The mini-USB type-A OTG/device socket is multi-functional.  In addition to providing an alternative source of power, it gives access to a front-end two-port USB client-side hub (not related to the separate host-mode USB type A socket on the other end of the board).  One port of this hub goes directly to the TI AM3358/9 SoC, while the other port connects to a dual-port FT2232H USB-to-serial converter to provide board-to-host serial communications (Linux console by default) and/or JTAG debugging. The BeagleBone's Linux console is available through this USB serial connection.
 
The mini-USB type-A OTG/device socket is multi-functional.  In addition to providing an alternative source of power, it gives access to a front-end two-port USB client-side hub (not related to the separate host-mode USB type A socket on the other end of the board).  One port of this hub goes directly to the TI AM3358/9 SoC, while the other port connects to a dual-port FT2232H USB-to-serial converter to provide board-to-host serial communications (Linux console by default) and/or JTAG debugging. The BeagleBone's Linux console is available through this USB serial connection.

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BeagleBone

This page collects information about BeagleBoard.org's TI AM335x ARM-based BeagleBone board.


Events

Description

The BeagleBone is a low-cost, high-expansion BeagleBoard using the TI AM3358/9 SoC based on an ARM Cortex-A8 processor core using the ARMv7-A architecture. It is similar to the earlier BeagleBoards and can act as a USB or Ethernet connected expansion companion for your current BeagleBoard and BeagleBoard-xM or work stand-alone. The BeagleBone is small even by BeagleBoard standards yet still provides much of the performance and capabilities of the larger BeagleBoards.

BeagleBone ships with a 4GB micro-SD card preloaded with the Angstrom ARM Linux distribution.

The board uses a TI TPS65217B PMIC to generate stable supply voltages regardless of input power variation. +5V DC power can be supplied to the BeagleBone through a barrel connector or from the mini-USB, both of which are near the large RJ45 Ethernet connector.

The mini-USB type-A OTG/device socket is multi-functional. In addition to providing an alternative source of power, it gives access to a front-end two-port USB client-side hub (not related to the separate host-mode USB type A socket on the other end of the board). One port of this hub goes directly to the TI AM3358/9 SoC, while the other port connects to a dual-port FT2232H USB-to-serial converter to provide board-to-host serial communications (Linux console by default) and/or JTAG debugging. The BeagleBone's Linux console is available through this USB serial connection.

The SoC USB connection to the front-end hub works in one of two modes which can be toggled at will at any time: it either presents the SD card as a mountable USB storage device to the host, or it provides an Ethernet-over-USB networking interface which yields a simple method of quick-start. The Ethernet-over-USB facility is additional to the BeagleBone's normal 10/100 Ethernet interface, which is directly implemented in the SoC rather than hanging off USB as in some other designs. Full IPv4 and IPv6 networking is provided by the supplied Linux system out of the box.

Specifications

  • 720-MHz superscalar ARM Cortex-A8
  • 256-MB DDR2 RAM
  • 10/100 Ethernet RJ45 socket
  • MicroSD slot and 4GB microSD card supplied
  • Preloaded with Angstrom ARM Linux Distribution
  • Single USB 2.0 type A host port
  • Dual USB hub on USB 2.0 type mini-A OTG device port
  • On-board USB-to-serial/JTAG over one shared USB device port
  • Storage-over-USB or Ethernet-over-USB on other USB device port
  • +5V DC power from barrel connector or USB device port
  • Two 46-pin 3.3-V peripheral headers with multiplexed LCD signals
  • Board size: 3.4" × 2.1" (fits in an Altoid tin)

Expansion Boards and Accessories

Capes

Expansions and Modules

  • BeadaFrame
    BeadaFrame with BeagleBone companion board
Hardware Features:
  • 7" 800x480 TFT LCD screen
  • PWM Backlight control
  • Resistive touch panel
  • Plastic frame
  • 256MB Nand flash(K9F2G08)
  • RS232 serial ports(UART1 w/ CTS&RTS)
  • Stereo audio out
  • Micro-phone in
  • 6 x USER buttons
  • PWM Beeper
  • RTC with Battery(DS1302)
7" TFT LCD screen, resolution 800x480, 4-wire resistive touchscreen, rear mount for BeagleBone and capes.

Cases

Board recovery

Development environments

Instead of just using compiler + editor, you can use complete image create "development tool chains" which integrate compiler, build system, packaging tools etc. in one tool chain.

OpenEmbedded

Eclipse

Android

Linux hints

Wince

FAQ

For BeagleBoard frequently asked questions (FAQ) see community FAQ and "official" BeagleBoard.org FAQ.

Links

Home page and Community

Manuals and resources

Errata

Subpages

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