Tag: Raspberry Pi 4

Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 based devices vs Radxa ROCK 3A

Radxa, in collaboration with Rockchip’s Toybrick division, began sampling the new community-supported SBC built around Rockchip RK3568 with NPU. ROCK 3A is basically a little brother of ROCK Pi 4, with some improvements from the experience on ROCK Pi 4, the main features are: RK3568 based, Quad A55 up to 2GHz, Mali G52 GPU, 0.8T […]

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GPIO Screw Terminal for Raspberry Pi based IoT devices

A new GPIO Screw Terminal Hat has been introduces for Raspberry Pi SBCs, namely Raspberry Pi 4 Model B, Raspberry Pi 3 Model B/B+, Raspberry Pi Zero (W). Raspberry Pi 2 Model B, and Raspberry Pi Model B+. A range of GPIO is now exposed as screw terminal, for fast connection to the mainboard. This […]

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Two Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 in Industrial IoT Cluster

Updated ClusBerry device for IoT prototyping Recently TECHBASE introduced ClusBerry, an industrial Raspberry Pi based cluster device, utilizing up to 8x Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 and custom cluster board with a wide range of configuration possibilities. For smaller projects and IoT prototyping, the company designed a smaller and ready-to-deploy cluster device including two independent […]

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Relay I/O modules for Raspberry Pi cm4 devices

Sequent Microsystems has introduced the Raspberry Pi “4-relay” add-on to the Industrial IoT market. Four relays switch lines for loads up to 10 A and 250 V, can be stacked up to 8 times with max. 32 switched relays. It can be used to control loads of up to 10A and 250V. You can control […]

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Raspberry Pi based ClusBerry possitively affecting IoT market

New features of multiple Compute Modules 4 brought to new ClusBerry series Accompanying the release of ModBerry 500-CM4 and AI GATEWAY 9500-CM4, we present to you a cluster version of the device, called ClusBerry 9500-CM4. Main difference between standard Gateway and ClusBerry is the possibility to include multiple Compute Module 4 in one device, as […]

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NVMe SSD RAID array for Raspberry Pi cm4

With latest Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4, the Raspberry Foundation added NVMe SSD support via M.2 (PCIe 2.0) interface. Jeff Geerling tested 3 piece M.2 SSD RAID array which is another example how Compute Module 4 is a milestone in IoT applications. SSD/eMMC benchmark scores for Compute Module 4 With the debut of Raspberry Pi […]

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Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 Cluster for Smart Home

Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 Cluster for Smart Home

Updated ClusBerry device for Smart Home and developers A new addition to TECHBASE’s Industrial IoT Ecosystem is a variation of recent cluster device, ClusBerry based on multiple Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 and custom cluster board allowing free configuration from two up to eight modules. Each module can perform various tasks, from standard I/O gateway, […]

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World-first Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 Cluster Gateway

New features of multiple Compute Modules 4 brought to new ClusBerry series Accompanying the release of ModBerry 500-CM4 and AI GATEWAY 9500-CM4, we present to you a cluster version of the device, called ClusBerry 9500-CM4. Main difference between standard Gateway and ClusBerry is the possibility to include multiple Compute Module 4 in one device, as […]

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Raspberry Pi 4 use in Industrial IoT solutions

Every fan of new technologies has heard of small single-board computers (SBC) in the form of Raspberry Pi 4. Raspberry debuted on the market in many different versions, and the current model is Model 4B. A lot of people got infected with it for DIY, programming or Linux. But new board comes with variety of […]

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ModBerry M500 series with SSD/M.2 support and next level configurability

In 2017, TECHBASE Group introduced an industrial-grade automation controller, based on popular Raspberry Pi 3 board. The device called ModBerry M500 incorporated latest Raspberry Pi SBC and TECHBASE’s standard industrial board to enhance the capabilities of market RPi3. ModBerry M500 added wide range of I/Os to the board, including RS232/485 serial ports, digital and analog […]

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