BeagleBone® Green Gateway Reference Guide Datasheet by Seeed Technology Co., Ltd

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Overview
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Features
Applications
AM3358 1GHz ARM® Cortex-A8 Processor
On-Board Chips
Board Overview
Pin Map
65 Possible Digital I/Os
PWMs and Timers
Analog Inputs
UART
I2C
SPI
Specifications
Hardware Overview
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Description
Overview
Applications
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Green Gateway is a low-cost, open-source, community-supported develop-
ment platform for developers and hobbyists. It is a joint effort by BeagleBoard.org and Seeed Studio. It
is based on the classical open-source hardware design of BeagleBone® Black and developed into this
differentiated version. It is powered by a Sitara™ AM3358 Arm
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Cortex
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A8 operating at up to 1GHz with
512MB DDR3 RAM, 4GB eMMC Flash and has rich I/O peripherals such as USB Ports, 10/100M Ethernet
Port, Grove connectors and much more.
• Internet of Things
• Smart House
• Industrial
• Automation & Process Control
• Human Machine Interface
• Sensor Hub
• Robotics
Features
• Fully Compatible with BeagleBone® Black and Seeed Studio BeagleBone® Green
• Compact Size for Convenient Deployment
• Powerful Sitara™ AM3358 Arm® Cortex® A8 Processor
• Rich I/O Peripherals
• PRUs for Real-Time Capabilites
• Cape Support for Expandability
• Open-Source
• Support from fast-growing community
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You can easily boot Linux under 10 seconds, and it is very easy to get started on the Sitara™ AM3358
Arm® Cortex® A8 Processor development with just a single USB cable.
The Seeed Studio BeagleBone® Green Gateway is a combination of Seeed Studio BeagleBone® Green
and Seeed Studio BeagleBone® Green Wireless, equipped with both Ethernet and Wireless connectivity.
The capabilities on the BeagleBone® Green Gateway can be further extended by using expansion boards
called “Capes” that can be plugged into it’s two 46-pin dual-row expansion headers. Capes are available
for, VGA, LCD, motor control, prototyping, battery power and various other functionalities.
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Specifications
• 2 x 32-bit 200MHz PRU (Programmable Real-Time Unit)
• 3D Graphics Accelerator
• NEON Floating-Point Accelerator
• 4GB, 8-bit eMMC Onboard Flash Storage
• 512MB DDR3 RAM
• 4KB EEPROM
• Debian
• Android
• Ubuntu
• Cloud9 IDE on Node.js w/ BoneScript library
• Ethernet 10/100Mbit
• Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n 2.4GHz
• USB Client for Power & Communications
• USB Host
• SD/MMC Connector for Micro-SD
• Bluetooth 4.1 with BLE
• 2 x 46 Pin Headers
• 2 x Grove Connectors (I2C and UART)
• DC Jack for Power, 12V
89.0mm
19.6mm
54.6mm
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AM3358 1GHz ARM® Cortex-A8 Processor
On-Board Chips
Connectivity
Software Compatibility
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Board Overview
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Bluetooth Enable LED
Power Button
DC Jack
10/100Mbit Ethernet
2x 46-Pin Headers
USB 2.0 Hub and
Ethernet Controller
2 x USB Host
Reset Button
2x 46-Pin Headers
USR0-3 + WLAN
Active LEDs
VBAT Connector
2.4G Antenna
Grove I2C
Grove UART
BOOT Button
Debug UART
2.4G Antenna
Chip Antenna
WLAN Enable LED
Wilink™ 8 Module
OSD3358
DC Power and
USB Client
Micro SD Card Slot
I2C RTC JTAG Interface
eMMC
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Each digital I/O pin has 8 different modes that can be selected, including GPIO.
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Pin Map
65 Possible Digital I/Os
Note:
In GPIO mode, each digital I/O can produce interrupts.
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PWMs and Timers
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Note:
Up to 8 digital I/O pins can be configured with pulse-width modulators (PWM) to produce signals to
control motors or create pseudo analog voltage levels, without taking up any extra CPU cycles.
DGN D V0073} VDDJV SYsiSV PWRJBUT GP|0730 GPIO»31 GP|0748 GP|O_5 |2C2_CAL GP|073 GPIOAQ GPl07117 GPIOJ 1 5 GPIO, l 21 GPIO, l 20 AIM AINB AINZ AIM) GPIOJO [)GND [)GN [) 41 .13 45 2 J 6 B 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 3-1 36 38 40 42 4.1 46 DGN D VD D,3V3 VDDjV SYSjV SYSRESETN GP|0760 GP|0750 G P|0751 GPIO_4 |2C2_SDA GPIOJ GPIOJS GP|0714 GPIOJ73 GPIOJZZ VDDJDC GNDMDC AIN5 AIN3 AINl GPIOJ DGND [)GN l) DGND GP[0_38 GPl0734 GPI0766 GPI0769 GPIOJIS GPIOJ3 GPIOJU GP[O_27 GP[0_22 GPIOJSZ GPI0736 GPI0732 GPl0786 GPIO,87 GPIOJO GF|O_9 GPIOAB GPIOJS GPIOJG GPIOJIJ GPlO]? GPIOJO «:me 06 N D GPIOASS GPIOfiS GPI0767 GPIOfiS GPIOAd GPI0726 GPIOAG GPIO_65 GPIO_63 GPI07'37 GPIOJS GPIOfil GPIOJ8 GPI0789 GPIOJI GPIO_81 GPIOJKO GPIOJS GPIOJ7 GPIOJS GPIOJ3 GPIOJI seeed
Analog Inputs
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Note:
Make sure you don't input more than 1.8V to the analog input pins. This is a single 12-bit analog-to-digital
converter with 8 channels, 7 of which are made available on the headers.
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UART
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Note:
There is a dedicated header for getting to the UART0 pins and connecting a debug cable. Five additional
serial ports are brought to the expansion headers, but one of them only has a single direction brought to
the headers.
[)6 N D VDDA3_3 VDDjV SYSjV PWRJEUT GPlOfiO GPIOJI GPl0748 IZCLSCL IZCszl. |2C2_SCL GPIO_49 GPIOA117 GPIOJ 15 GPIO 121 GPIOJZO A|N4 AING AINZ AINO GPIOJO DGND DGND P9 UWWH «1 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 37 39 :11 J3 J5 maul—N 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 3O 34 36 38 40 42 A41 46 UGND VD D_3V3 VDD_5V SYSjV SYsiRE SETN GPIOfiO GPIOjU GPIOjl I2C1_SDA IM_SDA IZCZ_SDA I2C1_SCL ImSDA GP|07173 GPIO 122 VDLLADC (5 NDAiADC AINS AIN3 A|N1 GPIOJ [)6er [)GND DGND GPIOJS GP|0_34 GP|0766 GP|0769 GPIOAB GPIOJG GP|074I GPIO]! GP|0_22 l3P|0_62 GPIOJG GP|0_32 GP|0786 GPIO 87 GPIOJO GP|079 GP|078 GPIOJB (BPIOJG GP|O_74 GPIO]? GPIO 70 P8 «4mm»- OOOfiJBN 12 1-1 16 18 20 22 2:1 26 28 30 32 3:1 36 38 40 42 .141 46 DGND GPIO_39 GP|O_35 GPl0767 GPl0768 GPIOgM GPIOJB GPIOJB GPILLGS GPIO_63 GPIO_37 GPIO_33 GPIOA61 GPIOJZB GPIO 89 GPlOill GPloiBl GPIOjO GPIOJQ GPIO_77 GPIOJS GPIOJI} GPIO 71 seeed
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Note:
The first I2C bus is utilized for reading EEPROMS on cape add-on boards and can't be used for other
digital I/O operations without interfering with that function, but you can still use it to add other I2C
devices at available addresses. The second I2C bus is available for you to configure and use.
DGN D VDD7373 VDD,5V SYS,5V PWR,BUT GPI0730 GPI0731 (SPIO 48 SPIILGO SPII_GI SPIO_DO GPl0749 GPIOJ 17 GPIOJ 1S SPII_DO SPI1_SCLK A|N4 A|N6 AINZ AINO GPl0720 DGN D [)(1'N I) 41 43 45 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 DGND VDD73V3 VDD,5V SYS,5V SYsiRESETN GPl0760 GPI0750 GPIO 51 SPKLDI SPI1_GO SPICLSCLK GPIOJS GPIOJ4 SPI'LCSO SPI‘LD‘I Vl)[) A[)(I 6NDA ADC AINS A|N3 A|N1 SPI'LCSI DGND DGNl) DGND GPIO»38 GP|0734 GP10766 GP10769 GPIOAS 6P10723 GHQ 47 GPIO, 27 GPIOJZ GPIOJSZ GP10736 GPIOJZ 6P10786 GPIOJH GPIOJO GPIO 9 GPIOAS GPIO,78 GP|0776 GP10774 6P1077? GPIO 70 DGND GP|0739 GPI0735 GPI0767 Gf’loiéB GPIOiM GPI0726 GPIO 46 GPIO 65 GPIOAGS GPI0737 GPI0733 GPI0761 (“"0788 GPI0789 (SPIOJI GPIO 81 GPIOASO GPI0779 GPI0777 GPI0775 GPl0773 GPIO ll seeed
SPI
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Note:
For shifting out data fast, you might consider using one of the SPI ports.
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If you still have any further questions, please visit
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If you want to learn about getting started with this board such as setting up
the software and other details, please visit the product wiki at
wiki.seeedstudio.com/BeagleBone-Green-Gateway
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