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Using the PiRack

Posted by Problemchild Top Member Mar 25, 2014
The PiRack  comes on it's own in an anti static bag with a single sheet of instructions, there's no need for any more. The overall purpose of the PiRack is really simple expand the Raspberry Pi's single expansion slot and duplicate it to 4 identical connectors on the PiRack The PiRack is somewhat taller than the RPi is wide this makes for some stability issues if your Pi is unsupported  then it's likely to just fall over if you use those upper slots. Using the lower slots ...
tedhale

Beer Brewing Automation

Posted by tedhale Mar 25, 2014
A post on this topic may be found on my blog at The Raspberry Pi Hobbyist: Automated Home Brewing ...
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