However, in order to use this converter with Beagleboard you have to make a small modification. BB has RT1 PolySwitch RXEF010 (Tyco Electronics) with steady current = 0.1 A and trip current = 0.2 A. This little yellow guy sits between DVI-D and S-Video connectors and limits current through the DVI port but according to the TFP401A datasheet “IDD(2PIX) Normal 2-pix/clock power supply current” is equal to 370 mA which is more than 0.2 A trip current for RXEF010. That is why I saw my monitor going to the power saving mode after a minute of using fit-VGA with resolution 1024×768. After that I bought on ebay PolySwitch RXEF025 (steady current = 0.25 A, trip current = 0.5 A) and replaced RT1 with the new one. And now fit-VGA works perfect!!!
P.S. Probably, you can just replace RT1 with a piece of wire (connect DVI port directly to the U32 FDC6330L Integrated Load Switch from Fairchild Semiconductor) but it’s better to have additional protection from overcurrent.