From inspiration to innovation: Hands-On Coding blocks

Marcos Navas is a Union City Technology Facilitator with Union City school district in New Jersey and an active member of the maker, STEM, and coding communities. He was part of the first cohort of Raspberry Pi Certified Educators in the United States. Recently, he completed a fellowship with IDEO’s Teachers Guild and launched Hands-on Coding , a company that makes physical coding blocks for learners

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Raspberry Pi 3 Model A+ retains the power of the Model B+ in a smaller, cheaper package – Notebookcheck.net (press release)

Notebookcheck.net (press release) Raspberry Pi 3 Model A+ retains the power of the Model B+ in a smaller, cheaper package Notebookcheck.net (press release) The Raspberry Pi 3 Model A+ (right) is noticeably smaller than the already tiny Model B+. (Image source: Raspberry Pi Foundation). The $25 Raspberry Pi 3 Model A+ is the latest single-board computer from the venerable Raspberry Pi Foundation.

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Raspberry Pi programmable power board – Geeky Gadgets

Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi programmable power board Geeky Gadgets Giuino based in Palermo, Italy has created a new Raspberry Pi accessory in the form of the Pi PowerBoard, which offers a Raspberry Pi programmable power board and all in one solution for your next Raspberry Pi project. Equipped with a real-time clock …

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Raspberry Pi PoE Redux – Hackaday

Hackaday Raspberry Pi PoE Redux Hackaday [Martin Rowan] was lucky enough to get his hands on the revised Power Over Ethernet (PoE) hat for the Raspberry Pi . Lucky for us, he wrote it up for our benefit, including inspection of the new hat, it's circuit, and electrical testing to compare to …

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Anatomy of a product quality issue: PoE HAT

One of the neat new features of the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ is its support for IEEE 802.3af Power-over-Ethernet (PoE). This standard allows up to 13W of power to be delivered over the twisted pairs in an Ethernet cable without interfering with the transmission of data. The Raspberry Pi board itself provides a PoE-capable Ethernet jack and circuit protection components; the power regulation electronics, which would be too costly and bulky to include on the main board, live on a separate HAT

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