That should also be compatible. As long as the board has USB host and USB
device support, then it should be possible to use USBProxy with it.
On 29 December 2016 at 08:26, Yong Chee Yeew <yongcy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Thanks for the quick reply.
Additionally, also considering this because of the built-in wifi and
Bluetooth for additional applications (http://my.element14.com/
Do you think it would be compatible? Or a case of ‘try and see’?
*From:* usbproxy-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:usbproxy-bounce@
freelists.org] *On Behalf Of *Dominic Spill
*Sent:* Thursday, 29 December, 2016 4:16 PM
*Subject:* [usbproxy] Re: element14's BBB compatible with USBProxy?
Yes, that version of the BBB will work with USBProxy, in fact I believe
that one of my BBBs is the Farnell/Element14 version.
On 29 December 2016 at 07:08, Yong Chee Yeew <yongcy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
This is my first foray into USBProxy.
I tried to find out all I can with element14’s BBB (
beaglebone-black-rev-c-cortex/dp/2422228) but I am not sure if it’s
compatible since they claim to have a number of small hardware
This datasheet (http://www.farnell.com/datasheets/1818802.pdf) lists the
differences on page 25/26, but I don’t know if the list is relevant because
it looks identical to Mouser’s unit (http://my.mouser.com/new/
Any help appreciated.