BeagleBone Black Rev C (4G) Single Board Computer Development Board
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- 4GB 8-bit eMMC on-board flash storage (rev. 3)
- Provides lots of expansion interfaces such as Ethernet, USB host and OTG, TF card, serial, JTAG (no connector by default), HDMI D type, Emmc, ADC, I2C, SPI, PWM and LCD
- Small size
- Easy to use
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purchased as a used warehouse item; previous buyer opened the wrapper, looked at it, then put it back and returned it...
this is a little GNU/Linux development platform... i highly recommend getting a 3V TTL serial cable for serial debugging (you plug it into the header next to the I/O pins on the Ethernet side - you can then watch your BBB before and while it boots, then log in)
the BBB is a fairly compact little SBC w/4GB eMMC for a filesystem - but you can also configure it as a dual-boot system if you prefer a different flavor of GNU/Linux; various 'capes' or plug-in boards are available
the only downsides here are the hardware limitations: USB 2.0 port, no wifi... if you need more ports, plug in a USB hub and add a wifi dongle...
at first, wifi simply did not work on this little computer; i tried four different wifi dongles and three wouldn't connect - a fourth, a Realtek, finally connected after many attempts and then would disconnect without warning...
i FINALLY got rock-solid connection and wifi initiation using a Media Tek (mt7601) wifi module!!! i do not know why others would fail... but i would have to say that the mt7601 is *the* module for this SBC with the very latest Linux kernel
although if you want a bit easier experience and more hardware, much better is to get a Beaglebone Green Wireless (which i highly recommend - very convenient, especially as two Grove connectors are also provided, along with wifi and 4 USB 2.0 ports) - the little computer just works... the reception is good and the wifi is rock solid...
i paired this BBB with a Geauxbot acrylic case (no decent case is available for the BBGW yet)
i also found two 2.1mm ID, 5.5mm OD 5V center-positive 2A power warts for 4 bits each after digging through a local hospice thrift store the other afternoon - check out your local charity thrift store for used warts and save a couple simoleons
with a few minutes effort, i also had an SSD1306 OLED display, along with the bme280 temp/barometric/humidity sensor hooked up and working off the GPIO i2c bus...
i'd give the beaglebone black computer a try if you can find one at a good price (even used)
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