Z80 Based Raspberry Pi Look-alike – Hackaday

Hackaday Z80 Based Raspberry Pi Look-alike Hackaday In addition to the serial interface, the computer boasts an I2C bus, an SPI bus, and a PS/2 keyboard connector to boot. [Martin K] has a video where the finished system is enclosed in a Raspberry Pi case and has an I2C OLED display attached and working

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Generator Monitor Gives the Phone Company the Boot – Hackaday

Hackaday Generator Monitor Gives the Phone Company the Boot Hackaday The hardware setup is little more than connecting the communications lines from the generator's controller (in this case, a Generac Evolution controller) to the serial communications pins on a Raspberry Pi 3.

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Giving The Pi Zero USB, Ethernet, And Serial Over USB – Hackaday

Hackaday Giving The Pi Zero USB, Ethernet, And Serial Over USB Hackaday The result is a Raspberry Pi Zero that will appear as any USB peripheral. [Tobias] goes through the usual examples: setting the Pi up as a serial device for hacking and code cracking in a terminal, as an Ethernet device to give the Pi Zero networking …

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Raspberry Pi SerialPi5 Board Adds 5 x RS232 COM Ports – Geeky Gadgets

Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi SerialPi5 Board Adds 5 x RS232 COM Ports Geeky Gadgets SerialPi5! brings you 5 serial ports on a Raspberry Pi ! The idea for this project came about after we worked on several Pi projects requiring a lot of serial comms. Single serial adapters didn't always work, were power hungry, has messy wires, often …

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Raspberry Pi UART Hat Adds Extra Serial Ports And More (video) – Geeky Gadgets

Geeky Gadgets Raspberry Pi UART Hat Adds Extra Serial Ports And More (video) Geeky Gadgets “UART HAT is Add-on board for Raspberry Pi which provide two additional RS232 TTL serial ports with flow control which are both 5V and 3.3 V compatible in addition to the original Serial Port of Raspberry PI . Also the original serial of the Raspberry …

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Controlling Telescopes with Raspberry Pi and Mathematica

Eben: Here’s a guest post from Tom Sherlock, describing how he’s been able to control a telescope using a Raspberry Pi, Mathematica and the Wolfram Language. As an amateur astronomer, I’m always interested in ways to use Mathematica in my hobby. In earlier blog posts, I’ve written about how Mathematica can be used to process and improve images taken of planets and nebulae

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