PandaBoard Accessories & Peripherals

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* [http://pandaboard.org/pbirclogs/index.php?date=2011-01-01#T15:54:54 Is 4A really necessary]? This depends on the configuration you use, mainly how you supply the attached USB devices. If you intend to fully load the USB ports, yes you need a 4A power supply. But with all USB devices on a ''powered hub'' the PandaBoard uses e.g. 560mA @ 5V. So a 1.5A supply should be OK as long as you don't load up on directly connected USB devices.
* [http://pandaboard.org/pbirclogs/index.php?date=2011-01-01#T15:54:54 Is 4A really necessary]? This depends on the configuration you use, mainly how you supply the attached USB devices. If you intend to fully load the USB ports, yes you need a 4A power supply. But with all USB devices on a ''powered hub'' the PandaBoard uses e.g. 560mA @ 5V. So a 1.5A supply should be OK as long as you don't load up on directly connected USB devices.
* The plug packs which come with USB hubs are usually rated 5V 2A. They are fine subject to limitations as above.
* The plug packs which come with USB hubs are usually rated 5V 2A. They are fine subject to limitations as above.
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== USB OTG ==
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* The PandaBoard is fitted with a ''Mini-AB'' receptacle which is compatible with both, the ''Mini-A'' and the ''Mini-B'' plug.
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* Assuming you want to connect the PandaBoard to a standard PC, you will need to look for a ''Standard-A to Mini-B'' USB cable.
== USB LCD ==
== USB LCD ==

Revision as of 05:38, 3 April 2011

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This page contains a list of community verified accessories & peripherals for PandaBoard. The official list of verified accessories is at PandaBoard.org.

Please feel free to edit this page and add other accessories you have gotten to work.

Power supply

The PandaBoard needs a 5Vdc power supply:

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