Minnowboard Max Lure Information
Lures are owned and supported by their respective owners and manufacturers. If you have issues the community can only give you best effort support, but issues should be taken to the respective manufacturers and designers.
Lures In production (currently available)
These are lures that are currently available, and obtainable in a pre-built state.
|Break out board intended mainly for testing gpio and low speed interfaces.
Additional Information: Calamari Lure Wiki Page
|mPCI-E break out board
Note: PCIe expansion cards can be added via the Jetsam lure:
- By itself, Jetsam allows both half and full-height mPCIe cards
- Full desktop-style x1 PCIe cards can be added via a mPCIe-PCIe adapter such as those available from:
- Although the electrical interface only supports x1, cards with up to x16 physical connections may be installed via an adapter such as those made by:
|mSATA break out board
|Generic Prototype Area on 0.1" grids
IDP JTAG Lure
|Intel IDP JTAG lure
|Dual mPCIe and mSATA Lure
Ready to Build
These are lures that are functionally complete, but are not being (or not currently) in production and/or available to buy. To be in this state the lures need to be in a state where an individual has enough information to fully build these on their own.
|Adapter from Low Speed Connector I/O (I2C,I2S,UARTs,SPI,GPIO) to BeagleBone * Capes. Works with a variety of Capes but not all.
|A small low speed adapter with and RGB (gpio controlled) LED, along with a small prototyping area. For more information including assembly information visit the Tadpole Lure Wiki Page
The Tadpole Lure is an "Open Source Hardware" compatible device and is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 United States (CC BY-SA 3.0 US)
These are lures that are either in the planning or early design stages and are not ready for production.
These are lures that do not have build files available, but information pertaining to them is still pertinent.
|The Ika lure takes the existing low speed I/O and expands it (through I2C chips) to allow for an Arduino compatible shield to be used with the MinnowBoard MAX.
Note: Board was cancelled, though some boards were made available at various conferences as give aways.