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* [[BeagleBoard_Trainer|TinCanTools Trainer Board]]<br>I2C (+3.3&nbsp;V or +5&nbsp;V), SPI (+3.3&nbsp;V), GPIO (+3.3&nbsp;V), prototyping area, Arduino-compatible ATmega328 connected via UART $59.00
 
* [[BeagleBoard_Trainer|TinCanTools Trainer Board]]<br>I2C (+3.3&nbsp;V or +5&nbsp;V), SPI (+3.3&nbsp;V), GPIO (+3.3&nbsp;V), prototyping area, Arduino-compatible ATmega328 connected via UART $59.00
* [[BeagleBoard Zippy|TinCanTools Zippy]]<br>MMC slot, 10BaseT Ethernet, RS-232, I2C (+5&nbsp;V), battery-backed RTC, AT24 EEPROM, $79.00
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* [[BeagleBoard Zippy|TinCanTools Zippy]] and [[BeagleBoard Zippy2|Zippy2]]<br>SD/MMC slot, 10BaseT Ethernet, RS-232, I2C (+5&nbsp;V), battery-backed RTC, AT24 EEPROM
 
* [[BeagleBoard Barker|TinCanTools Barker]] is a Zippy with [[Controller Area Network|CAN]] instead of Ethernet
 
* [[BeagleBoard Barker|TinCanTools Barker]] is a Zippy with [[Controller Area Network|CAN]] instead of Ethernet
 
* [[BeagleBoard Tracker]] is a Xilinx Spartan 3A FPGA connected directly to the Beagle expansion connector.
 
* [[BeagleBoard Tracker]] is a Xilinx Spartan 3A FPGA connected directly to the Beagle expansion connector.
 
* [[BeagleBoard/BugAdapter|BeagleBoard Bug Adapter board]]
 
* [[BeagleBoard/BugAdapter|BeagleBoard Bug Adapter board]]
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* [[BeaconBoard]], a simple demonstration board with LED and PWM driver
  
 
= Robotics =
 
= Robotics =
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* [http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Openmoko_Beagle_Hybrid Openmoko Beagle Hybrid]<br>LCD adapter for an Openmoko 2.8" VGA touchscreen, GPS and other sensors used to demonstrate software on OMAP3
 
* [http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Openmoko_Beagle_Hybrid Openmoko Beagle Hybrid]<br>LCD adapter for an Openmoko 2.8" VGA touchscreen, GPS and other sensors used to demonstrate software on OMAP3
 
* [[File:Beagleboard.jpg|200px|thumb|BeadaFrame]][http://www.nxelec.com/ NAXING Electronics BeadaFrame 7" LCD display kit]<br>800x480 TFT LCD resistive touchscreen with backlight control and plastic frame
 
* [[File:Beagleboard.jpg|200px|thumb|BeadaFrame]][http://www.nxelec.com/ NAXING Electronics BeadaFrame 7" LCD display kit]<br>800x480 TFT LCD resistive touchscreen with backlight control and plastic frame
* [http://www.chalk-elec.com/ Chalkboard Electronics LVDS LCD add-on board]]<br>Available in a bundle with a 10" LCD touchscreen
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* [http://www.chalk-elec.com/ Chalkboard Electronics LVDS LCD add-on board]<br>Available in a bundle with a 10" LCD touchscreen
 
* [http://www.hy-research.com/estore2/index.html HY Research LCD touch screen interface boards]<br>Available in bundles with 4.3" and 7" LCD touchscreens
 
* [http://www.hy-research.com/estore2/index.html HY Research LCD touch screen interface boards]<br>Available in bundles with 4.3" and 7" LCD touchscreens
  

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TinCanTools BeagleBoard Trainer

This page lists expansion boards for the BeagleBoard single-board computer. Most of these boards make use of one of the BeagleBoard's expansion headers. Like the BeagleBoard itself, many of these boards are Open Hardware, with schematics or board designs freely available. For more information on creating expansion boards, see BeagleBoard Hardware Interfacing.

General-Purpose Expansion Boards

Robotics

  • Beaglebot uses a custom board which provides power, level shifters, and PWM control of 5 hobby servos.
  • This robot has a simple expansion board which includes power regulation and PWM motor drivers.

Cameras and Imaging

LCD Expansion Boards

Rev C2 and later boards provide direct access to the LCD lines before they enter the DVI framer via the LCD header, enabling expansion boards which interface directly with LCD panels.

Arduino

Some expansion boards include Arduino-compatible Atmel microcontrollers:

  • The TinCanTools Trainer Board has an Arduino compatible Atmel AVR on board
  • Arduino Nano uses an FTDI FT-232 based interface which is supported by the ftdi_sio kernel driver- How To Notes
  • Arduino Uno uses a Atmel ATmega8U2 based interface which is supported by the cdc_acm kernel driver - How To Notes

See Also