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Beagle Bone Zero

A Beagle Bone the size of a Pi Zero

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The Beagle Bone Zero will use the Octavo Systems OSD3358 and it is the size of a Raspberry Pi Zero.
Idea created by - @Arsenijs
PCB Design by - @Dylan C
Page, and Concept by - @Ricardo Ferro

Our team hopes to accomplish making the Beagle Bone Zero, A Beagle Bone PCB the size of a Raspberry Pi Zero.

Which will be created with the Help of @Arsenijs, @Dylan C, And @Ricardo Ferro

  • 1 × Beagle Bone For Rapid Prototyping and production of features with the Pi Zero
  • 1 × RaspberryPi Zero For Rapid Prototyping and production of features with the Beagle Bone

  • Rapid Production/Prototyping Stage

    Dylan C.04/21/2017 at 02:23 0 comments

    At Last, We can begin. But Many may wonder how are we going to fit everything thats on a Beagle bone onto a PCB thats 2x Less the size? To be honest with you, I don't really know!

    Guess you will have to Follow to find out, through the next few months we will be updating, posting, and designing such a board so whoever wants to make a project with the Beagle, but wants a smaller size. This project will be for you!

    -Dylan

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Michael Welling wrote 04/22/2017 at 17:17 point

Saw that you guys cloned the PocketBone repo and commented on the survey. I did some real estate checks on the form factor.

The octavo sip is physically to large to fit in the PI zero wireless form factor. You might be able to use the original am335x chip but it may be a close fit.

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kelu124 wrote 04/22/2017 at 17:16 point

please keep the prus on :)

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Dylan C. wrote 04/22/2017 at 17:20 point

Noted

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BeagleBoard Foundation wrote 04/22/2017 at 17:07 point

Great concept!  That would be a useful form factor.  You might want to check out the PocketBone design by @Michael Welling.  He just completed hand assembly which was great to see: https://hackaday.io/project/19495-pocketbone-kicad

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oshpark wrote 04/22/2017 at 17:00 point

Cool idea!  If you are doing this as an Open Source Hardware project, then please email me and I should be able to prototype quantities of the boards (4 layers or less) made for free: drew@oshpark.com

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Dylan C. wrote 04/22/2017 at 17:21 point

Hey Drew!, its Dylan, expect an email from out previous conversations. The boards will highly help in the money and time area.

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