RasPiComm extension for Raspberry Pi
- RS Stock No. 772-2974
- Brand Amescon
- Mfr. Part No. RasPiComm
RasPiComm I/O Board for Raspberry Pi
RasPiComm is a tiny Input/Output expansion board designed specifically for the Raspberry Pi single-board computer. It provides a variety of serial communications interfaces, a battery backed-up RTC, 5V tolerant digital I/O (The GPIO pins on the Raspberry Pi are limited to 3.3V) and a Thumb joystick.
Full specifications at: http://www.amescon.com/raspicomm.aspx
Compatible with Raspberry Pi 1 Model A, B, A+, B+ and the new Raspberry Pi 2 Model B
RS-485 serial channel up to 230400 baud, pluggable screw terminal connector (A, B, Gnd)
RS-232 serial channel up to 115200 baud, pluggable screw terminal connector (Rx, Tx, Gnd)
RS-485 & RS-232 pins are fully ESD-protected by TVS diodes
Real Time Clock/Calendar, battery included powers the clock for approximately 10 years
5 x digital Inputs connected to on-board thumb joystick (4 way + push), 5V tolerant, 2mm pitch external connector, not populated
2 x digital Outputs, 5V @ 100mA max each, 5V relays can be connected without additional circuitry, 2mm pitch connector, not populated
SPI serial channel connector, 2mm pitch connector, not populated
2 x I2C serial channel connectors
Power connector, pluggable screw terminal connector (+, -) either powers the Raspberry Pi and RasPiComm (5V @ 1.5A max) or is a power output when powered over USB
Power consumption: 10mA max (outputs off), 210mA max (outputs on and maximum rating drawn)
Size: 35.2 x 56mm
Getting Started guide at: http://www.amescon.com/products/getting-started.aspx (English)
Raspberry Pi @ RS Components. Everything you require to get started...And more!
The Raspberry Pi was first 'baked' in 2012 as a single board ARM-based computer that developed in response to the growing need for computing and programming skills within children. Fast forward to today and the Raspberry Pi has an expanding community of enthusiasts, designers and engineers - all looking to build their latest projects with Pi at the core. Let's get cooking!
Most importantly, it is a great way for beginners, young, and old, to get into computing!
It's REALLY easy to use.
It's Linux-based open source - with access to free software and downloads to help you with your project.
It has great connectivity.
It is flexible to the user. Want to play games? Stream music and/or video? Do your homework? Create a weather station? Create a home security camera? No limits!
Let's take a look at the Pi models;
Pi B+ BCM2835 SoC/ARM11/700 MHz/512 MB RAM/4 USB PORTS/ 85 x 56 x 17 mm
Pi A+ BCM2835 SoC/ARM11/700 MHz/256 MB RAM/1 USB PORT/ 66 x 56 x 14 mm
Pi 2 B BCM2836 SoC/ARMv7/900 MHz/1GB RAM/4 USB PORTS/ 85 x 56 x 17 mm
What do I need to get started?
You will need a keyboard, a mouse, an SD card with or without NOOBS, a power supply, HDMI or RCA jack (to connect to a screen) and either an ethernet cable or a dongle for internet connection - all available at RS. We also have a constantly expanding range of accessories to give your Pi that extra flavour! These include cases, USB hubs, ethernet cables, dongles, 'how to' books, camera boards and expansion boards.
Note - Pi A+ does not connect to the Internet.
How do I set up my Pi?
Once you are all connected, you will need to install NOOBS which helps set up your Pi. SD cards are available with NOOBS pre-installed or you can download NOOBS from the Raspberry Pi Foundation website onto your SD card. Once you have NOOBS, you can easily install an operating system (no Internet needed!), with the popular choices being;
Great for beginners with SCRATCH - An interactive story, game, and animation programming tool for anybody over the age of 8! PYTHON is the Raspberry Pi recommended programming language – it's where the 'Pi' part comes from!
For all your multimedia needs!
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|RasPiComm extension for Raspberry Pi|
|Date||May 25, 2015|