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NOTE: OSSO NOW IS MANAGED BY NEXLAB (http://www.nexlab.net) AND THE OFFICIAL REPOSITORY IS NOW https://github.com/nexlab/Osso

Osso

Osso Beaglebone (white/black) I/O cape board support files

Osso is a Beaglebone (white/black) expansion cape with 8 digital optoinsulated inputs and 8 relays 275VAC@10A.

Osso is shipped with the ability to switch optoinsulated inputs or non-optoinsulated inputs, to better fit user needs. Docs about how to change input types: https://github.com/unixmedia/Osso/wiki/Osso-Inputs

The expansion cape has to be powered by a 12VDC connector (9 to 24VDC supported), and it will power the Beagleboard from expansion pins ( no needs to give external power from usb or power connector on the beaglebone! )

The size of the cape is a standard format for 9 units DIN mount boxes.

Test Debian GNU/Linux install available: take a look at https://github.com/unixmedia/Osso/wiki/Osso-Test-Installation

For more infos: http://www.unixmedia.it/en/domotika/schede-di-espansione-prototipazione/osso-beaglebone-io-expansion-board

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Do you like our cape? donations in Bitcoins are accepted to 1FfyqV2SnrhM5sTwL9jUCt2qPDgCPnwggi

Pin diagram (green dot pins are optional, other required):

Osso Pin Diagram piwik tracking