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Power measurement with BayLibre’s ACME cape

When working on optimizing the power consumption of a board we need a way to measure its consumption. We recently bought an ACME from BayLibre to do that. Overview of the ACME The ACME is an extension board for the BeagleBone Black, … Continue reading

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UN climate conference: switching to “green” electricity

The United Nations 2015 Climate Change Conference is an opportunity for everyone to think about contributing to the transition to renewable and sustainable energy sources. One way to do that is to buy electricity that is produced from renewable resources … Continue reading

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The Bifferboard: tiny, low power embedded x86 board

A nice, cheap and tiny x86 embedded board that runs Linux and just consumes 1W. It has all the basic connectivity you need in an embedded system. As you may already know, we maintain a list of attractive and Linux … Continue reading

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Embedded Linux and Ecology

Embedded Linux contributions to the Linux Ecology HOWTO. Free Electrons has contributed major updates to the Linux Ecology HOWTO, a Linux Documentation Project document that gathers ideas and techniques for using Linux in an environmentally friendly way. In particular, Free … Continue reading

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