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RASPBERRY-PI  RASPBRRY-MODB-512M  MODEL B - ASSEMBLED BOARD ONLY

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  • Manufacturer: RASPBERRY-PI
  • Newark Part No.: 43W5302
  • Manufacturer Part No RASPBRRY-MODB-512M

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  • Core Architecture: ARM
  • Core Sub-Architecture: ARM11
  • Features: 512MB RAM, ARM1176JZF-S 700 MHz MPU, VideoCore IV GPU, 2 USB + Ethernet + HDMI ports, mounting holes
  • Kit Contents: RPI MOD-B Brd, Assembled Board Only
  • No. of Bits: 32bit
  • SVHC: To Be Advised
  • Silicon Core Number: BCM2835
  • Silicon Family Name: BCM2xxx
  • Silicon Manufacturer: Broadcom

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RASPBERRY-PI - RASPBRRY-MODB-512M - MODEL B - ASSEMBLED BOARD ONLY 4.6 5 18 18
Great Little Tool VERY FUN If you are a geek like me you need one, two, or three of these. I have had more fun with this little guy. It is very amazing what you can do with it. I have built some experimental things to use the GPIO to turn lights on and off. I just installed Shairport, which is Apples AirPlay receiver. VERY COOL January 29, 2014
Great little computer for a media center and a download box. Openelec and raspbian(debian for pi) work good. It has CEC support for hdmi connected tvs. SSH works good to easily install/control software for raspbian. A powered usb hub is recommended if you intend to use more than 2 non powered usb devices. I use a clear case to protect the pi.(linked below) I have had the raspberry pi for about 5 months and it always works. January 18, 2014
Can't beat this thing with a stick. I'm not sure what this thing can't do. (It is a little slow as a desktop with a gui, but I don't need that.) I have one set up as a radio(works way better than over the air for me, out in boonies. Another runs my tv, discreetly mounted on back. I've also set up Asterick (telephony) as an experiment and LTSP (client). Everything is easily controllable via ssh from a computer, so no need for a keyboard/mouse/screen. I'm planning on using them for an electronics/programming class I'm teaching. October 18, 2013
Two isn't enough I have one (Pi-B) in the living room, for a media server and IPTV (a smart TV isn't smart enough- we have it plugged into a brand-new LG), and micro-workstation (LibreOfffice and Claws Email run great!)- dual booting with BerryBoot. I might use this with LTSP later on with a Linux PC (x86) to do the real work. One's in my office to watch the news, etc- also dual-booting- but for no good reason. I need another to serve as a Wi-Fi to wired bridge because I gave my old wireless router away and the Pi will do that job very easily. I fear that I am becoming an addict! It's super-lightweight but so capable! October 2, 2013
Raspberry Pi Web Server This is a great device. I wanted to set up a web server as a repository of odd knowledge without having the bulk and power requirements of a PC, and with the ease of use of a content management system. I've got it set up as a LAMP server running Media Wiki, Word Press and Joomla, along with an FTP server on my in house network. The only users are in the house, so responiveness is more than adequate, and I'm able to do all the management by remote log in. August 27, 2013
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Does the board come with an SD card slot or do I have to purchase that also. Other question, what is the right power supply to get, I noticed one of them has a micro usb, isnt there a regular power supply?
1 year, 6 months ago
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The Raspberry Pi does, indeed, come with an SD-Card reader. However, the SD reader is used to boot the device, so you will not be using it for anything else (e.g. Reading SD Cards). Raspberry.Org states that the power required is " 5 volts @ 1 amp. Not all USB power supplies provide this. It is critical to have the minimum 1 amp of power. Power is provided through a USB to micro-usb cable.
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I use an apple iPhone charger which is 5V at 1 Amp. I power the Pi through a USB A male to a USB micro B male cable. This has worked very well for me but I have not tried to connect a USB hub. Presently using a 16GB no brand name SD card.
1 year, 5 months ago
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Not to split hairs over the previous answer, but a MINI usb is different than a MICRO. Raspberry Pi does not have a MINI usb -- it's a Micro USB. Not flamin' ya -- just clarifying for anyone who might become misinformed.

I'm using an Android charger -- same plug as my old HTC phone and recent Blackberry. Old blackberry devices had a trapezoid "mini USB" connector, which is not the same as this one.
1 year, 6 months ago
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The board has an SD card slot on the backside, near the power port.
1 year, 6 months ago
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Yes, the RasPi has a built-in SD card slot. It gets its power through a mini-USB connector, so it can pick up its power from any USB power source. I'm using a simple little "wall wart" power cube with a standard USB connector, and a USB to mini-USB cable.
1 year, 6 months ago
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Probable backorder delay

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Hi, I ordered one on October 26. I'm expecting a long delay, but can you give me an idea of about how long it might take to get one? Thanks.
1 year, 7 months ago
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Current standard lead time is 3 weeks.
1 year, 7 months ago
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43W5302 is this a revision 2 raspberry pi board?
1 year, 7 months ago
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Yes, it's revision 2 Raspberry Pi board with 512MB RAM memory.
1 year, 7 months ago
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Yes, you will receive the Model B revision 2 Raspberry Pi board with 512MB RAM memory.
1 year, 7 months ago
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I already purchased a case and the pre-programmed SD card. I also already have tons of mini USB cords will that work until he can buy a new one.
1 year, 6 months ago
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In addition to the items listed in the previous answer; also need an HDMI cable for use with a monitor or tv with and HDMI port.
1 year ago
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You need power supply, Newark part # 27W9241. If looking for mouse and keyboard, suggest to go for Newark parts # 11M5544 and 11M4472. For WiFi support, go for Newark part 07W8938.
1 year, 6 months ago
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Re: item #83T1943

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Does this have 256MB or 512MB memory?
1 year, 8 months ago
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That part has the 512MB of memory as indicated by the 512M in the part description.
1 year, 6 months ago
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For Newark Order code 43W5302 with Manufacturer part # RASPBRRY-MODB-512M, the size of the RAM is 512MB. However the Newark order code 83T1943 is discontinued and it was with 256MB RAM.
1 year, 8 months ago
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I want to attach a fan to my raspberry pi case.
1 year, 5 months ago
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Any fan that fits in the case and is quiet. If running of the pi, you have to pay attention to voltage and current.
1 year, 5 months ago
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You can go for Newark part 96M8141 (5VDC fan, 20mm size).
1 year, 5 months ago
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I want to buy the above MODB-512M as a birthday gift for 10 year old grandson who plays a lot with computers.

What other minimum accessories do I need to buy along with this so he can start using it? (without spending a lot of money. His interest may not sustain.)

No fancy add-ons.
1 year, 3 months ago
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Accessories that are required to run the board are:

1) Power supply for the board: #27W9241
2) SD card for OS booting: #96T7436
3) HDMI to HDMI (if HDMI monitor/display present with you): #96T7445
4) HDMI to VGA (if you don't have HDMI monitor/display and want to work on VGA port): #07W8937

optional required:
1) Enclosure for the board: #07W8936
2) Stereo audio cable: #18J5655 or #96T7442
3) standard Keyboard(if not present): #43W5953
4) WiFi module for wireless connectivity: #07W8938
1 year, 3 months ago
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Need to know if the WiPi can be used with the original RP 256.
1 year, 7 months ago
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Thank you for the prompt answers. You guys rock!
1 year, 7 months ago
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Yes, it will work with the 256MB Pi. This WLAN module is natively supported by the Raspbian “Wheezy” Linux operating system.
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Yes, it's a purely software thing. Getting it running in the software in Linux will be the only task. And the distro's of Linux they have together for the Rasbo Pi may recognize it automatically. If not there are tutorials on the web.
1 year, 7 months ago
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ON/OFF Power Switch.

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I don't like the idea of disconnect abruptly the usb power supply.
1 year ago
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You may plug it into a power bar and switch it off after issuing the command "sudo shutdown -h now".
1 year ago
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There are other simple methods of turning off the raspberry pi board which can be self implemented.
you can follow the Raspberry Pi forum with an excellent thread about a simple & safe shutdown button.

http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?p=186137
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