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Yesterday I bought a Sense HAT that seemed to be defective. I had the unit inside and it seemed to be displaying lower than it should, so I put it outside to compare against what the weather was reporting and I found that it was off - displaying -40%. I did some searching and found that this was a problem for many people back in 2016 - apparently… (Show more)
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Recently we built a Plex Media Server using the Raspberry Pi 2, at the time the Raspberry Pi 2 was the most powerful board in the Raspberry Pi range. But on February 29th 2016 the Raspberry Pi Foundation announced their latest board, the Raspberry Pi 3.   Photo Credit - Raspberry Pi Foundation Technical Specifications Broadcom Quad Core 64bit… (Show more)
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https://www.mccdaq.com/DAQ-HAT/MCC-118.aspx KEY HIGHLIGHTS   The MCC 118 DAQ HAT provides eight channels of analog voltage measurement for Raspberry Pi based data acquisition / data logger systems. The MCC 118 maximum data rate is 100 kS/s per board for taking single point or waveform voltage measurements. Up to eight MCC 118 devices can be… (Show more)
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Bonjour à tous,   Je viens de recevoir mon POE Hat pour mon  3B+, quelle déception, il ne semble pas fonctionner correctement (je l'attendais depuis le mois de mars).   Le Pi ne démarre pas à chaque fois et lorsqu'il démarre, les diodes du clavier se mettent à clignoter de manière aléatoire et la souris se coupe tout aussi aléatoirement.  … (Show more)
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I am looking for a PoE solution that would work with passive PoE. I have 24V @ 0.5 amps on the supply side. Everything I have seen so far only works with active PoE. Help will truly be appreciated!
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I have just moved house and was unpacking a box of stuff when I came across a box with a Raspberry Pi - Model B in it.  Can anyone tell me how to set this up?  I do not have brilliant IT knowledge, but I am not a thicko either.   Thanks in advance for your help.   Tony
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Raspberry Pi 7” Touchscreen Display Buy NowDisplay Installation Guide Install Virtual Keyboard* Other Pi Accessories  The 7” Touchscreen Monitor for Raspberry Pi gives users the ability to create all-in-one, integrated projects such as tablets, infotainment systems and embedded projects. The 800 x 480 display connects via an adapter board which…
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OK i know this is probably a total newb  question but i am a new. I have RPI 3 B+ and im creating a mp3 player as a project for my intro to electronics engineering course. Ive downloded lirc created my remotes profile and all is working on that end but when i try to import it into my program (written with python 3)  i get "ImportError: No module… (Show more)
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Home Automation in the UK Simplified, Part 1: Energenie MiHome Join Shabaz as he works on his IoT home! Learn about home automation using the Raspberry Pi, Energenie MiHome and Node Red. Check out our other Raspberry Pi Projects on the projects homepage Previous Part All Raspberry Pi Projects Next Part   Note: Although this blog post covers… (Show more)
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I've moved on from my first post "What Are The Basics?"   For context, my HW: Raspberry Pi 3 B+ and a 16Gb mSD card with LITE imaged onto it Pi-Desktop and a Kingston 480Gb mSATA USB Keyboard/Mouse combo 10.1” TFT LCD Colour Monitor and a 20cm HDMI cable   For context, my environment:: Cat5e with RJ45 ports leading to a HP hub. (Wi-Fi… (Show more)
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Congratulations to dazryan for winning the PiJuice with their entry on the element14 Community and social media! We look forward to seeing what you make with the add-on!  Have you created or designed a project that you need to finish or work on, and thought to yourself: "how can I make this portable?" (well if you've ever watched The Ben Heck…
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For those interested, here's a full video of the project You can also follow Harold's runs real-time via his ThingSpeak channel: https://thingspeak.com/channels/345243 Project files on GitHub: https://github.com/NHorward/IoTHamsterWheel
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               Recently Arduino has launched support for programming ARM-based SBCs by using the Arduino web editor and Raspberry Pi is one of the SBCs in the list. This video is all about the basic setup to get started with the programming of the Raspberry Pi GPIOs by using Arduino codes. The setup is pretty simple and will help you if you are… (Show more)
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