Logic Supply is adding the BeagleBone Black to our product line, along with a range of accessories and services.
The new BeagleBone Black is the next generation open source hardware development platform from BeagleBoard.org. This credit-card-sized ARM based computer is the perfect prototyping platform for developers.
BeagleBone Black Top-View
BeagleBone Black features:
1GHz TI Sitara ARM Cortex-A8 processor
512MB DDR3L 400MHz memory
2 x 46 pin expansion headers for GPIO, SPI, I2C, AIN, Serial, CAN
microHDMI, microSD, miniUSB Client, USB Host, 10/100 Ethernet
The BeagleBone Black sells for $45 and we expect it to be in-stock mid-June. We’ll offer everything you need to get started on your next project, including an enclosure we’ve recently developed. Here are some renderings:
BeagleBone Case Back
BeagleBone Black Enclosure features:
Small, plated steel chassis with durable textured paint
Exposes USB, uHDMI, uSD, uUSB, LAN, and DC power ports
Twist-outs for optional DB9/15 connector and 7mm hole for power switch
Top cover is mountable in 3 vertical positions, for use with expansion capes
Includes mounting screws and rubber feet
Keyhole slots for wall mounting
BeagleBone Case Expanded
BeagleBone Case Exploded
We’d like to hear your feedback for this enclosure. Prototypes are on the way, but we can still make design changes, so let us know if there is anything you’d like to add or change by leaving a comment below!
Roland Groeneveld is the President & CEO of Logic Supply. He has been with the company, since, well the beginning. He and Lisa founded Logic Supply in 2003 shortly after VIA introduced the Mini-ITX form factor in 2002.