Hello Gerald,

Do you have the schematics of the breakout board for accessing GPIO's 
somewhere in github? I would like to design my own adapter board with 
matching connectors for my experiments.

Thank you very much for your time. 

Best
Naveen 

On Monday, November 13, 2017 at 11:45:39 PM UTC+1, gcoley1 wrote:
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> I have something, but not tested. Not sure when I can get to it.
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> Gerald
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> *From:* beagl...@googlegroups.com <javascript:> [mailto:
> beagl...@googlegroups.com <javascript:>] *On Behalf Of *Jeff Andich
> *Sent:* Monday, November 13, 2017 4:42 PM
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> *Subject:* [beagleboard] Re: X15 - any expansion boards for GPIO access?
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> Hi,
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> I cannot find the post, but a few months ago, I asked if there was a 
> breakout board planned for the 4 expansion headers on the X15.  I THINK 
> Gerald responded by indicating that he had something already designed, but 
> that he hadn't yet had the chance to release it and get it into the 
> production pipeline.  
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> I'm sure that if there are any updates to that status, the BeagleBoard 
> folks will update everyone on this forum accordingly.
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> On Sunday, November 12, 2017 at 4:36:11 PM UTC-6, David Stein wrote:
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> I purchased an X15 for a project that involves, in part, driving three or 
> four LEDs and detecting some simple button-presses. I've been planning on 
> using the GPIO pins, and of course the X15 has plenty - but they're 
> accessible through a surface-mounted expansion port.
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> It looks like I'll need a breakout board to provide header pins. I'm not 
> finding anything directly relevant.
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> Here's what I've found:
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> * Some posts from 2015 about the need for such a board soon after the X15 
> was released, but apparently no follow-up.
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> * A post identifying the connector type for the expansion ports (Hirose 
> FX18-60S-0.8SV15), and some ancillary discussion of breakouts that 
> referenced a PCI-e TI expansion board (AMxxxx?), but the conversation kind 
> of petered out without resolution.
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> And... that's about it. Anyone have other info? Thank you for your help.
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