BeagleBone Black Revisions C

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BeagleBone Black Revision C features a 1GHz ARM Cortex-A8 AM3358BZCZ100 processor. It can be either used as a standalone computer or as a development board by embedding it into other systems. It is based on Linux OS and it is apt for makers, hobbyists, or electronic engineers. 

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Specifications of BeagleBone Black (Revision C)

  • Processor: 1GHz AM3358BZCZ100 ARM Cortex-A8 
  • Memory: 512MB DDR3 RAM 
  • Flash: 4GB eMMC 
  • EEPROM: 4kB 
  • PMIC: TPS65217C 
  • I/O: 2x 46-Pin GPIO Headers 
  • 1 Boot Button 
  • 1 Reset Button 
  • 1 Power Button 
  • Debug: Serial Debug Port 20-Pin CTI JTAG 
  • 1 Power indicator LED 
  • 4 User controllable LED indicators 
  • 2 Ethernet LED status indicators
  • Graphics: 20M polygons/S 3D SGX530 
  • Optional Storage: both 3.3V MMC and Micro SD Card Slot 
  • 1 Client Mini USB 2.0  
  • 1 Host USB A 2.0
  • Ethernet: 10/100 RJ45 Ethernet Port 
  • HDMI Audio  
  • Power Compatibility: 5V DC Power Jack  
  • Dimensions: 8.64cm x 5.33cm
  • Weighs 39.68 Grams 

Software and Operating System Compatibility

BeagleBone Black is compatible with (OS):

  • Linux 
  • ThreadX 
  • QNX 
  • Windows Embedded CE 
  • Android 

The board supports: 

  • Cloud9 UDE
  • Ubuntu 
  • Android 
  • Debian 

Difference Between BeagleBone Black and BeagleBone Wireless 

BeagleBone Wireless supports wireless connectivity whereas BeagleBone Black lacks this feature of Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. On the other hand, the BeagleBone Black has RJ45 Ethernet but BeagleBone Wireless has no Ethernet port. Other than that, both are pretty much the same. 

Hardware Layout
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Items Included 

  • 1x BeagleBone Black SBC 
  • 1x Mini USB to USB-A Cable 

Compatible Cases (Not Included)

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