PiVoyager, a UPS for the Raspberry Pi With a Real-Time Clock
I think we all have been there – “How do I power my Pi?” One of the concerns that come with working with the Raspberry Pi is a power supply. As you begin to use your Raspberry Pi to create complex projects, the burden of supplying a portable power supply to it becomes more. With...Continue Reading
Raspberry Pi 4 – A Look Under the Hood and How to Make most of it
The Raspberry Pi 4 was announced a while back and it surpassed the expectations of many, with many new features from its dual-core, Cortex-A-72 processor at 1.5GHz to the modern communication ports among several other upgrades. We published an announcement about it a few weeks ago but...Continue Reading
DIY 3D Printed Raspberry Pi NAS looks like a commercial NAS
tobychui @ instructables.com build a 3D Printed NAS based on Raspberry Pi 3B+ Well, I have been searching for a beautiful yet space saving Raspberry Pi NAS from the internet and I found nothing. I did find some NAS design with a Raspberry Pi get glued to a wooden based but that is...Continue Reading
PiJuice Zero – A Portable Project Platform for Every Raspberry Pi Zero
PiJuice Zero is an Uninterruptable Power Supply (UPS) and project platform board, that can fit inside the Pi Zero case. When plugged into any source, the PiJuice Zero acts as an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) using intelligent power management to keep your Raspberry Pi Zero going....Continue Reading
Do You Need to Use a Fan for Cooling with the New Raspberry Pi 4?
Alasdair Allan @ blog.hackster.io explores this question in details. Every time a new Raspberry Pi is released there are mutterings about the thermal control of the new board. But this time, it looks like it might well be necessary to add some passive, or even active, cooling to the...Continue Reading
Build a Cluster Computer using 7x Raspberry Pi Compute Modules
In the spirit of cluster computing, the Turing Pi Clusterboard brings another dimension in the world of cluster computing for makers and hackers. The Pimoroni’s Cluster HAT gave us the power to connect up to 4 Raspberry Pi Zeros to create a cluster computer, the MiniNodes' 5 Node...Continue Reading
Cluster HAT – Cluster Computing Made Easy Using 4 Raspberry Pi Zero
Cluster Computing brings the power of multiple computing units to serve one single purpose. If you are looking for some performance boost and you got yourself some freely available computing units, cluster computing might be what you need. Unfortunately, building yourself one is not that...Continue Reading
RaspberryPi 4B is not working with your USB-C charger?
Tyler Ward shared detailed article about not working USB-C chargers with Raspberry Pi 4B. via time4ee.com The problem is in design of USB-C of Raspberry Pi. HW designers used only one pull-down resistor for both CCx pins. This solution is not complain with USB-C standard and in case...Continue Reading