The TurtleCore™ expansion board sits in the cargo bay of the original (Version 1) iRobot Create® Programmable Robot, drawing power over the DB25 connector to power an Overo® COM or Overo STORM series of COMs. Using the COM on the TurtleCore means Linux tools are available, including ROS, for high level programming. There are 3 USB ports and several male-header pins available with GPIO access, as well as standoffs and screws to support the TurtleCore in the Create cargo bay.
For more information on getting started with the TurtleCore Expansion Board, visit the Gumstix Developer Center.
2 x 70-pin AVX connectors
Connect to iRobot Create®
via the DB-25 connector; the iRobot Create® "cargo bay connector".
Powered by iRobot Create®
USB Console Port
Key Components DB25 Connector This vertical, male DB25 connector interfaces the TurtleCore with the iRobot Create's cargo bay port. Specs Texas Instruments TPS62111 Step-Down Converter A low-noise synchronous step-down DC-DC converter. **Component Max Vin:** 17V, 1.5A. Specs FTDI FT232RQ USB UART Interface Connect to an RS232 serial terminal over USB with the FTDI FT232RQ interface Specs Mating Connectors 70-Pin AVX Connectors (Female – Overo Expansion) Connect an Overo COM to an expansion board with these 70-pin AVX connectors. Specs
2015-02-25/overo/master/MLO U-Boot 2014.10 first-stage bootloader 2015-02-25/overo/master/u-boot.img U-Boot 2014.10 second-stage bootloader 2015-02-25/overo/master/README Build information about the assets for the Overo platform 2015-02-25/overo/master/gumstix-xfce-image-overo.tar.bz2 Yocto 1.7 filesystem running Linux kernel 3.17 for the Overo platform with the Xfce desktop environment 2015-02-25/overo/master/gumstix-console-image-overo.ubi Yocto 1.7 filesystem running Linux kernel 3.17 for the Overo platform without a desktop environment (UBI File System) 2015-02-25/overo/master/gumstix-xfce-image-overo.ubi Yocto 1.7 filesystem running Linux kernel 3.17 for the Overo platform with the Xfce desktop environment (UBI File System)
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