Geniatech launches DS-3566 – a Digital Signage Player Based on Rockchip RK3566
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Geniatech launches DS-3566 – a Digital Signage Player Based on Rockchip RK3566

Digital Signage boards are prevalent today, mainly because they are the most visually appealing mode of advertisement. These boards use SBC because they are compact, low-cost, and low-power. One such SBC is Geniatech’s DS-3566, it is a powerful yet efficient display SBC powered by a...

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Article PC Watchdog – Automatic reset for remote PCs gone haywire
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Article PC Watchdog – Automatic reset for remote PCs gone haywire

Today’s PCs are quite reliable, but occasionally they hang and stop functioning. Only a ‘hard reset’ will then be able to bring them back to (useful) life. This project takes care of that automatically. Especially handy with remotely located hardware!While many PCs, including...

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Free Elektor Circuit – An NE555 Watchdog Timer
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Free Elektor Circuit – An NE555 Watchdog Timer

from an Idea by Wolfgang Borst (Germany) Virtually every modern microcontroller has a built-in watchdog. It prevents the microcontroller ‘hanging’ which may be the result of a programming error or an unforeseen operating condition, where, for example, the program becomes trapped in...

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A Hardware Watchdog HAT and Power Manager for Your Raspberry Pi
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A Hardware Watchdog HAT and Power Manager for Your Raspberry Pi

For anyone who loves the Raspberry Pi (I'd imagine everyone does), one of the greatest pain points during the use of it is related in one way or the other to Powering the Pi. From being able to find the right power supply for it, to be able to perform simple actions like resetting the Pi...

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The PiWatcher – A watchdog for the Raspberry Pi
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The PiWatcher – A watchdog for the Raspberry Pi

The PiWatcher is a very small board that helps you fully shut down or reboot a Raspberry Pi, in case of an incident or simply for power saving purposes. You can even program your PiWatcher to shut down and automatically reboot your Pi a few minutes or hours later. In essence, the...

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