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BeagleBone Black PRU Hello World
Introduction In his part of the series I’m going to show you how to write a very basic C Host-Application that will run a program on the PRU. This part of the series assumes, that you have basic C …
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BeagleBoard.org Foundation has 7 students participating in Google Summer of Code 2016: Exposing the PRU as an I2C and SPI master Controller Gain extra serial interfaces without wasting valuable CPU…
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uBlox GPS Cape for using a Beaglebone as an NTP Stratum 1
This cape incorporates an off the shelf Ublox Max-7Q Gps device and a power supply to power the device from a higher voltage source than the standard 5v the Beaglebone Supports Turns a Beaglbone into a Stratum 1 NTP Device with PPS input
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In this project, I use a Grove Base Cape for BeagleBone for using other Grove modules such as Grove - Air Quality sensor to monitor the air quality in your house and Grove – Temperature Sensor to sense the temperature as well as a Grove – Relay to control your table lamp or something else. We can view the sensor value from the web, and the web server is running on Beaglebone Green Wireless, so until now the web is only can be accessed in local a...
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For and updated version of the BeagleBox, please go here: The BeagleBox 2: a dirt-cheap, tough-as-nails, 3D-printed, versatile field laptop. Fieldwork is tough. You’re in the elements, facing…
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In this project, I use a Grove Base Cape for BeagleBone for using other Grove modules such as Grove - Air Quality sensor to monitor the air quality in your house and Grove – Temperature Sensor to sense the temperature as well as a Grove – Relay to control your table lamp or something else. We can view the sensor value from the web, and the web server is running on Beaglebone Green Wireless, so until now the web is only can be accessed in local a...
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I’ve decided it was time I found a way to monitor my solar panels
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Introduction In his part of the series I’m going to show you how to write a very basic C Host-Application that will run a program on the PRU. This part of the series assumes, that you have basic C …
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uBlox GPS Cape for using a Beaglebone as an NTP Stratum 1
This cape incorporates an off the shelf Ublox Max-7Q Gps device and a power supply to power the device from a higher voltage source than the standard 5v the Beaglebone Supports Turns a Beaglbone into a Stratum 1 NTP Device with PPS input
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The gigantic 24 V DC power input and switcher should really go on a separate cape, I'd think, but quite cool none the less! :)
If powering a BBB from PoE is the desire, there exist a few different passive and active PoE splitters which output 5 V DC and have the required barrel jack (or can easily be reworked to have the proper barrel jack).
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For and updated version of the BeagleBox, please go here: The BeagleBox 2: a dirt-cheap, tough-as-nails, 3D-printed, versatile field laptop. Fieldwork is tough. You’re in the elements, facing…
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This is almost uncannily similar to a project I attempted a while back. https://256.makerslocal.org/wiki/Slodac

Huge props for winding up with a working laptop!

I will say it concerns me that the internals appear to be printed with PLA. The owner will quickly find out that outdoors + PLA + black case will result in warped plastic..
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