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Proto Cape Kit, BeagleBone

572 - Proto Cape Kit, BeagleBone

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Manufacturer:
ADAFRUIT ADAFRUIT
Manufacturer Part No:
572
Newark Part No.:
53W6070
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Product Overview

572 is a Proto Cape kit for Beagle Bone & Beagle Bone Black. User can add some circuitry to Beagle Bone or Beagle Bone Black with this lovely Proto Cape. This PCB fits neatly on top of a Beagle Bone, without getting in the way of the Ethernet jack, and provides a breakout to both 46 pin headers with individual numbering to keep them straight. Also includes some strips to access the 5V and 3V power supplies as well as two SMT breakouts, one for SOIC8's and one for SOT-23's. User will need to place the header into the Beagle Bone and then solder the Proto Cape PCB in place.
  • Double sided FR4 PCB
  • Strips to access the 5V and 3V power supplies
  • 3 sticks of header

Applications

Hobby & Education

Contents

PCB, 3 sticks of header.

Product Information

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