BeagleBone Black Rev C SBC
The BeagleBone Black from beagleboard.org is a development board based on the AM335x Arm Cortex-A8 processor. This BeagleBone board is a single board computer (SBC) which can be used as a stand-alone computer or it can be embedded into a system.
This low-cost, open source, Linux-based computer board is ideal for electronics engineers and hobbyists.
What’s on-board the BeagleBone Black (Rev C)?
Processor: AM3358BZCZ100 1GHz ARM Cortex-A8
Memory: 4GB eMMC flash, 512MB DDR3, 4KB EEPROM
Graphics: SGX530 3D, 20M Polygons/S
Storage: microSD card, 3.3V MMC
USB: 1 x USB A 2.0 Host, 1 x miniUSB 2.0 Client
Ethernet: RJ45 Connector 10/100
GPIO: 2 x 46-pin Headers
Debug: 20-pin CTI JTAG Serial debug port
LED Indicators: 1 x power, 2 x Ethernet, 4 x User Controllable
Buttons: reset, boot, power
Power: miniUSB or 5V DC Jack
BeagleBone Black vs. BeagleBone Black Wireless
The BeagleBone Black and the BeagleBone Black Wireless boards are very similar. The main difference is that the Wireless version has Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, instead of the Ethernet LAN connection on the traditional board.
A monitor with HDMI input, a keyboard and a mouse will be required for stand-alone operation.