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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.
 
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.
 
  
 
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Revision as of 23:00, 7 May 2016

Descriptions

BeagleBone LCD Cape

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.

FAQ

Please visit our Caranea page for additional help.

Revision 1

Initial release of Caranea Can Cape

Software Support

  • Caranea Can Cape is supported by Angstrom release 06-18-12 onward.
  • Major BeagleBone image releases can be downloaded here.
  • Intermediate BeagleBone image releases can be downloaded here

Getting Started

Required setup:

  • A Caranea Can Cape
  • A BeagleBone (with supported software)
  • DB-9 to OBD II Cable

Following the instructions below to start using your Caranea Can Cape:

  1. Mount the Caranea Can Cape to the connectors of the BeagleBone Black.
  2. Don't plug in a 5V DC power supply to the DC connector, use only 12V power supply via DB-9.
  3. Copy “CANCAPE-00A0.dtbo” file into /lib/firmware
  4. echo CANCAPE > /sys/devices/bone_capemgr.9/slots
  5. Type dmesg and you should see: mcp251x spi1.0: mode 0, irq 259, awake 1, clkout 1, oscillator freq 16000000 mcp251x spi1.0 can1: probed
  6. After you have to bring CAN0 interface up: ip link set can0 type can bitrate 125000, ip link set can0 up

You can start using the board.

Specifications

Followings are some specifications of the Caranea Can Cape:

Electrical Specifications

Power 7-42V via OBD II
CAN 1 CAN Bus Transreceiver

Mechanical Specifications

Size 4.00" x 2.50"
Layers 4
PCB Thickness .062"

Signal Usage

Distributors

Product Images



Documentations

System Reference Manual

Hardware Files

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