Tag: Raspberry Pi

Sleep functionality for Raspberry Pi based ModBerry 500 CM4 devices

Sleep functionality for ModBerry 500 CM4 devices TECHBASE company designed an extended version of Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 based devices, ModBerry 500-CM4-PM series for better power management in changing conditions of industrial applications. With the use of GPIO the module can manage boot, sleep mode or safe shutdown of the device in terms of […]

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ESP32-aided ModBerry 500-CM4 for power management with Arduino

Sleep functionality for ModBerry 500 CM4 devices TECHBASE company designed an extended version of Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 based devices, ModBerry 500-CM4-PM series for better power management in changing conditions of industrial applications. With the use of GPIO the module can manage boot, sleep mode or safe shutdown of the device in terms of […]

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Node-RED & Raspberry Pi in service of Industry 4.0

Node-RED is an interesting environment for modeling processes, by visually defining information flows. It is a module working in the node.js environment. It is a flow-based programming tool, originally developed by the IBM Emerging Technology Services team and now part of the JS Foundation. History of Node-RED environment Node-RED provides users with a ready-made set […]

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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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Hyperautomation and IoT as inevitable road of every business

Hyperautomation is a process in which businesses automate as numerous commerce and IT forms as conceivable utilizing apparatuses like AI, machine learning, event-driven computer program, mechanical process automation, and other sorts of choice prepare and task automation instruments. It is the key to both computerized operational greatness and operational resiliency for organizations. To empower this, organizations had to digitize their documents/artifacts and guarantee their trade and IT process workflows were advanced. They got to mechanize tasks, processes and coordinate computerization over utilitarian zones. Hyperautomation is irreversible and inevitable. Everything that can and should be […]

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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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Available open source ventilator projects to help COVID-19 patients

When the news came out that ventilator shortages could be a problem, many saw the need for alternatives to the big manufacturers and rushed to create them. Unlike industrial projects, these projects were open and shared. Currently, Robert Reed and his group are starting to systematically evaluate the ranking of over 80 such open source […]

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