RASPBERRY-PI  RASPBERRY-MODB+/8GB-USD  RASPBERRY PI MODEL B+, 8GB MICRO SDCARD

RASPBERRY-PI RASPBERRY-MODB+/8GB-USD

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  • Newark Part No.: 68X0156
  • Manufacturer Part No RASPBERRY-MODB+/8GB-USD

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RASPBERRY-MODB+/8GB-USD is a bundle of Raspberry Pi ultra Linux computer with 8GB Micro SD (official card & adaptor). Developed by the Raspberry Pi Foundation in the UK, the Raspberry Pi aims to put the fun back into learning computing by promoting the study of computer science and programming at a school level. The design is based around a Broadcom BCM2835 SoC, which includes an ARM1176JZF-S 700MHz processor, VideoCore IV GPU, and 512Megabytes of RAM. The design does not include a built in hard disk or solid state drive, instead relying on a microSD card for booting and long term storage. This board is intended to run Linux kernel based operating systems. This is the Raspberry Pi Model B+ 512MB RAM model with four USB ports and a 10/100 Ethernet controller and Samsung microSD card preloaded with the official Raspberry Pi NOOBS (New Out of Box Software) package, and a screen printed Micro SD card adaptor with the Raspberry Pi logo.
  • Integrated videocore 4 GPU capable of playing full 1080p high definition Blu-Ray quality video
  • Free, versatile, and highly developer friendly Debian GNU/Linux operating system
  • HDMI video output and RCA video output
  • Four USB ports
  • 4-pole 3.5mm stereo audio jack with composite video output
  • 5V micro USB power input jack
  • microSD, MMC, SDIO flash memory card slot
  • 40 pin 2.54mm header expansion slot

Applications

Hobby & Education; Embedded Design & Development

Contents

Raspberry Pi Model B+ 512MB, 8GB microSD card pre loaded with NOOBS, SD card to micro SD card adapter
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Product Information


  • Silicon Manufacturer Broadcom
  • Core Architecture ARM
  • Core Sub-Architecture ARM1176JZF-S
  • Silicon Core Number BCM2835
  • Silicon Family Name BCM2xxx
  • Kit Contents Raspberry Pi Model B+ 512MB, 8GB microSD Card Pre Loaded with NOOBS, SD Card to Micro SD Card Adapter, MicroSD card comes inserted into the SD card adapter
  • Features Credit card size computer, HDMI, Ethernet & 4 USB ports, 512MB RAM, 40pin GPIO header, Micro SD Socket, MicroSD Card comes supplied in the SD Card Adapter
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  • No. of Bits 32bit
  • SVHC To Be Advised

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    RASPBERRY-PI - RASPBERRY-MODB+/8GB-USD - RASPBERRY PI MODEL B+, 8GB MICRO SDCARD 4.7 5 28 29
    Great Combo Didn't have a micro SD card for this new version of the raspberry pi. This was a great deal to get the two together. April 22, 2015
    Tiny Power Even though it has been supplanted by the Pi2, there is still an amazing amount of power and versatility in this box. Mine is currently running Apache and PHP as a test rig at the office with the GPIO pins acting as an interface for tasks. Easy to set up, easy to learn, easy to put in place and inexpensive enough to leave it there if need be. March 23, 2015
    Raspberry i model B+ everything I wanted in one small package. element 14 made ordering easy and convenient. February 17, 2015
    Raspberry Pi B+ is a Winner These are remarkable devices, not only for their low cost but high performance. I have built three applications so far, LWA TV, Callisto-Pi and NTP Time Server, and they all work reliably and cost little. Quite amazing. My only complaint is the power input connector and power bus. The connector is a micro-USB connector and undersized for the application. Also, the power bus is weak - plugging in a WiFi dongle will cause the Pi to reboot. These are deficiencies that should have been corrected long ago but were not. February 16, 2015
    Great Little Comp for Embedded Dev and Learning The Rapsberry Pi has become one of the most popular microform computers, with great reasons. It has a small form factor, is easy to install, connect, and use. The included 8GB n00bs sd card makes for an easy way to get started quickly, with minimal fuss. January 31, 2015
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    Does this combo come with a micro SD card? All of the combos I can find on the web list that they come with an SD card, but the B+ has a micro slot not a full SD slot.
    10 months ago
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    wabash9000
     - Olathe, KS, USA
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    yes I rec'd the RPI B+ with the proper micro SD card + programming
    8 months ago
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    bobbiej276
     - Rockport, TX, USA
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    This particular combo includes an 8 GB Micro SD card, and an adapter for normal SD, which the micro SD card can be put into. The adapter also has nice silkscreen of the Pi logo :)
    The pictures shown are with the micro SD card inside of the adapter, making it seem like a normal-sized SD card.
    9 months ago
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    yami759
     - The Milky Way
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    It comse with a MicrosSD Card. I just bought four of these and each one of them had a micro SD card included with them. The SD card is inclduded for the additional $5 and hence the price of $40. It comes inserted in an SD card adapter which would allow it to also be used in an older model B RPi or other devices that use a normal sized SD Card.
    9 months ago
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    Jodel
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    A: 
    no. like the old pi, it does not come with a storage device. And yes, it uses a microSD and not a standard SD. However, imaging the devices works the same.
    10 months ago
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    knowles42
     - San Diego, CA, USA
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    No, the B+ does not come with an SD card.
    10 months ago
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    DocShickley
     - Ozone Hole, PA
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    8 months ago
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    rprt711
     - Detroit, MI, USA
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    A: 
    Any USB class power supply will work just fine. Pi uses a standard USB power connection with a standard plug and outlet.

    Any of the USB power supplies from Newark/Element 14 should be sufficient to power the Pi

    I have interchanged mine with the ones that came with my Cell Phone and there were no problems. I have also used a Laptop/Desktop USB and you should be able to use any USB compliant powered hub or battery pack.
    2 months, 2 weeks ago
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    yuugian
     - Richmond, VA, USA
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    I use a 1amp Apple wall wart.
    5 months, 2 weeks ago
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    I bought and use the ADAFRUIT INDUSTRIES "AC-DC CONV, EXTERNAL PLUG IN, 1 O/P, 5V, 2A" (Mfr Part number 276). It works great.
    6 months ago
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    Anonymous
     - Colorado, USA
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    We can suggest the power supply part number as T5454DV with Newark order code 68X2071 from STONTRONICS.
    8 months ago
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    NewarkTechSupport
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    I ordered the Raspberry Pi B+ with the Pre-Programmed Micro SD card and I got what resembles a standard SD card. Did I receive the right item (part number RASPBERRY-MODB+/8GB-USD)?
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    The standard looking card is actually a SD to micro SD adapter. Inside it there is a micro SD card that will slide out.
    4 months, 2 weeks ago
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    jj
     - Winona, MN, USA
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    There's a little tab at the opposite end of the visible pins. Slide that out and you've extracted the micro-SD card from the SD carrier.
    6 months ago
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    Anonymous
     - Maryland
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    yes I got a micro SD card with correct programming
    8 months ago
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    bobbiej276
     - Rockport, TX, USA
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    Carefully inspect the bottom edge of the card you received. The Micro SD card comes with a “Standard SD to Micro SD” adapter card. The pair will come pre-assembled and will very closely resemble a standard SD card. You should be able to slide the Micro SD card out from the bottom edge of the adapter. If you did receive the wrong type of card, please contact our customer service and they will be able to assist
    8 months ago
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    Are these Class 10 SD cards?
    6 months ago
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    Hari
     - Denver, CO, USA
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    It seems to be. It is a san-disk ultra
    3 months, 3 weeks ago
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     - Rockport, TX, USA
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    The SDcard is a microSD Class 4.
    6 months ago
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