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September 18, 2014 AT 2:41 pm

NEW PRODUCT (sort of) – Element 14 BeagleBone Black Rev C – 4GB – Pre-installed Debian

This is the Element 14 version of the BeagleBone Black Rev C. It’s the exact same as our other BBB but if you have a preference of manufacturer, here’s your chance to support our friends Element 14.

Limit 1 (one) per customer, orders cannot be combined. Limited supply available.

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NEW PRODUCT (sort of) – Element 14 BeagleBone Black Rev C – 4GB – Pre-installed Debian


This isn’t a totally new product, we already carry the BBB – but we now carry the version from element 14!

If you liked the BeagleBone Black Rev B, you will love the Rev C! The Rev C still has a blistering 1GHz processor and 512MB onboard DDR3 RAM and like the old one it has a AM3359 microprocessor, two 46-pin headers, micro HDMI for audio/video output, USB ports, 10/100 Ethernet and other I/O features. The Rev C is an ultra-powered embedded computer that can fit in a mint tin.

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This model includes 4GB of eMMC built-in storage instead of the Rev B’s 2GB. With the doubled storage and faster eMMC, the developers were able to make the Rev C’s most significant change: shipping the BeagleBone Black with Debian Linux pre-loaded on the board’s flash instead of Angstrom Linux. Debian Linux is a more user-friendly operating system than Angstrom and the switch to Debian is partly the result of consumer demand (especially from Adafruit users, thanks!)

Of course the BeagleBone Black Rev C is an open board so if you want to load it back up with Angstrom or other Linux-based distributions like Ubuntu or Android, you can.

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The rev C comes with a mini-B cable for powering it up ASAP. No microSD card is included as the BBB has onboard flash storage – and no SD card loading is required to get started. For this revision, CircuitCo has also partnered with Element14 to try and offset some of the demand.

We’ll be filling in with more information on supported accessories as we test them for compatibility. For now we suggest picking up an enclosure, a 5V 2A power supply and a micro-HDMI cable. If you want to use it ‘head-less’, a USB console cable is suggested as the ‘Black does not have an onboard USB-to-Serial converter like the original BeagleBone.

If you need a nice display to go along with your ‘Bone, Check out our fine selection of HDMI displays, we’ve tested all of them with the Beagle Bone Black Rev C

The new BeagleBone Black Rev C ships with the Debian Linux w/the 3.8.13-bone kernel.

In stock and shipping now!


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