Compatible with beaglebone® V2.0 Introduce the Grove system for rapid prototyping Provides up to 12 Grove ports Changeable I2C address to avoid address conflicts Various interfaces include 2 UART, 4 I2C, 2 analog out and 4 digital I/Os
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One of the best things about Beaglebone® Board is the massive accessible GPIOs coming out from its 2x 46 pin headers. However, as we know, all things has two sides - the good side and the bad side. 2x46 pins means 2x46 jumper wires, and 2x46 jumper wires putting on the board means – A REAL MESS. How can a rapid prototyping be called ‘rapid’ if you spend most of your time dealing with entangled wires? Now this Grove Base Cape for Beaglebone® v2.0 is designed for real rapid prototyping with your Beaglebone® board.
The cape has brought the simplicity of Grove system to your Beaglebone® projects, just attach it directly onto your Beaglebone® v2.0, and then you can have 12 easy-to-use Grove connectors to do plug-and-play with the big family of Grove modules. The connectors include 2x UART, 2x ADC, 4x Digital I/O and 4x I2C that interface to the pins on your Beaglebone® board, offering almost everything you need. There are two switches used to reset the I2C address in case of address conflicts. The board also integrates a switch for voltage transition - from a normal 5V to 3.3V.
12 Grove Connectors includes
2x Analog Input
4x Digital I/O
4x I2C Interface
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Wiki of Grove Base Cape for Beaglebone v2.0
is it possible top combine this product with BBB and this display ? https://www.seeedstudio.com/7-Inch-LCD-Cape-for-Beagle-Bone-Black-Touch-Display-p-1697.htmlQuestion by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:29:27
Hi there~ Yes, you can use this cape with BBBlack and this display. RegardsAnswer by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:29:27
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Grove - I2C Motor Driver only work on 5V.Answer by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:23:16
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Hi David~ Yes , this one can work with BBBlack. Regards.Answer by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:23:12
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<p>I get the same error, did you find a solution? </p><p>I got in touch with the supplier, who told me they had been in touch with Seed Studio and it was by purpose. They were not able to point me to a source for a working setup I could write to the cape.</p>Answer by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:21:34
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