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This is the first in a series we'll post about using BitScope Blade and the obvious place to start is unboxing and assembling it. Blade is a robust industrial deployment solution for Raspberry Pi. How you assemble it and the ways you can power and mount it will depend on how you want to use it. We'll follow up with more information about the power and software options and cover some new projects you can build with it. Read on here to get started...   BitScope Blade is available in three ed ...
Following our post about the Blade weather station in Nepal, this one describes an interactive exhibit created with BitScope Blade Uno, BitScope CAP and a Raspberry Pi 3. The BitScope Blade was used to conveniently power and mount the Raspberry Pi and BitScope to create a stand-alone oscilloscope and spectrum analyzer as part of the museum exhibit.   The MAAS PowerHouse Museum sought to create an interactive exhibit to demonstrate how a Theremin works. They originally thought they'd bundle ...
We launched the new BitScope Blade product range exclusively with element14 last week. To help explain how BitScope Blade works and what you can use it for, we'll be publishing a series of posts, of which this is the first, describing some example applications that can benefit from using Blade to power and mount Raspberry Pi, sometimes in quite challenging circumstances.   In this case, a team lead by Prabesh Sapkota and Binod Kandel from the Robotics Association of Nepal↗ built a battery ...