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Element14 Raspberry Pi 3 B+ Motherboard
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- 1.4GHz 64-bit quad-core ARMv8 CPU, 1 GB RAM
- 802.11n Wireless LAN, 10/100Mbps Lan Speed
- Bluetooth 4.2, Bluetooth Low Energy
- 4 USB ports, 40 GPIO pins, Full HDMI port, Combined 3.5mm audio jack and composite video
- Camera interface (CSI),Display interface (DSI), Micro SD card slot (now push-pull rather than push-push), VideoCore IV 3D graphics core
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New Original Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ Built-in Broadcom 1. 4GHz quad-core 64 bit processor with Low Energy On-Board Wi-Fi Bluetooth and USB Port Built on the latest Broadcom 2837 ARMv8 64 bit processor, Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ is faster and more powerful than its predecessors. It has improved power management to support more powerful external USB devices and now comes with built-in wireless and Bluetooth connectivity. To take full advantage of the improved power management on the Raspberry Pi 3 and provide support for even more powerful devices on the USB ports, a 2. 5A adapter is required. Technical Specifications: - Broadcom BCM2837BO 64 bit ARMv8 QUAD Core A53 64bit Processor powered Single Board Computer run at 1. 4GHz- 1GB RAM - BCM43143 Wi-Fi on board- Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) on board- 40 pin extended GPIO - 4 x USB2 ports- 4 pole Stereo output and Composite video port- Full size HDMI- CSI camera port for connecting the Raspberry Pi camera - DSI display port for connecting the Raspberry Pi touch screen display - Micro SD port for loading your operating system and storing data- Upgraded switched Micro USB power source (now supports up to 2. 5 Amps. Package Contents : - 1x Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+
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First I wanted to start this new Raspberry with microSD card with preloaded Raspbian "2017-11-29-raspbian-stretch.zip" - that did not work at all. The Raspberry would not start.
I downloaded newest Raspbian "2018-03-13-raspbian-stretch.zip" from the official Raspberry site.
After flashing microCD card with that Raspbian the Raspberry started immediately.
Seems to be really fast. 64-bit quad-core ARMv8 CPU. 2.4 & 5GHz 802.11b/g/n/ac Wireless LAN. Bluetooth 4.2 & BLE
You get just the Raspberry Pi 3 B+ board in the box with instruction manual.
MicroSD card is not included. No cables or power adapter included. Just stating the facts - not complaining about that.
The other gotcha is that you will need the latest NOOB software on the memory card, if you want to boot up. Not an issue but worth noting. Overall it runs well and uses the same software as previous versions. Doesn’t get hung up or overloaded as easily when you push it hard. It also has 5G in addition to the 2G WiFi. A very good choice if you are still wondering.
Using it on SunFounder robotic car, I upgraded car software to Python 3 myself and implemented openCV AI vision to recognize and follow us around. It is not maxing out the new 3B plus CPU cycles as it was the 3B. However, I am planning to impliment multi threading and multi processing to use more cores to process the real-time video a little faster.
I haven’t intentionally ‘real world’ tested how power hungry it is when I unleash projects for an extended time on lithium batteries. It doesn’t appear over hungry for power. We could probably look that up in the specs. So far I haven’t noticed any difference with normal usage.
This is a noticeable improvement over the 3B model ;-)
If you don’t already know, you’ll need:
- a monitor with HDMI input
- mouse and keyboard (wired preferred)
- Micro SD card
- 2.5A Powersupply to MicroUSB
If you’re looking into using this with solderless Breadbaords
- m/f jumpers
There are faster (and more expensive) SBC's like the Asus Tinkerboard and the Odroid XU4 but their level of online support can't match the latest Raspberry Pie 3b+. This a great way to get into computing and programming and is a great choice for someone on a budget. You will also need a power supply and a case and an HDMI cable, a keyboard and a mouse (USB) which you probably already have those last two. Oh, also a class 10 micro sd card (Samsung Evo is a good choice). I recommend at least a 16 gig card but it can take up to 128 gig card. I am getting along fine with a 32 gig Evo. I also recommend a couple of heat sinks which just stick on.
Samsung 32GB 95MB/s (U1) MicroSD EVO Select Memory Card with Adapter (MB-ME32GA/AM)
LoveRPi Performance Heatsink Set for Raspberry Pi 3 Model B (2 Heatsinks)
And this power supply/
NorthPada Raspberry Pi 3 Model B B+ Plus Power Supply Charger AC Adapter 5V 3A PSU Micro USB 5 Feet with Power On/Off Switch (1 X Power Supply)
You can buy a CanaKit with most of similar components but these I have recommended are better and a little more expensive. But worth it.
If you can afford it I highly recommend this case to install it in.
The perseids NES Case, NES & VCR Retro Synth Mini Computer Case with Cooling Fan for Raspberry Pi 3, 2 and B
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Cette version 3 B+ permet de booter sur une clé USB, toutefois après flashage de la clé, il faudra éditer le fichier config.txt pour spécifier l'emplacement de démarrage (par défaut sur la carte SD). Le boot sur USB est pratique si comme moi vous avez oublié d'acheter un lecture de carte SD.
Concernant l'OS, attention à prendre une version compatible avec ce modèle : le mien tourne sous Librelec v8.2.5 (avec un plugin pour Plex). J’avais essayé Rasplex v8, mais cette version n'est pas encore supportée (pas de boot).
Dernier point, malgré l'utilisation d'une alimentation de PC (90W) fournissant facilement 8A sur le rail de 5V, j'ai souvent un éclair jaune en haut à droite de l'écran indiquant une alimentation insuffisante de mon Raspberry. Après recherches, mon problème vient du câble usb utilisé dont les fils sont trop fins. Par conséquent, en cas de charge du raspberry, il y a une trop grand résistance au niveau des câbles créant une chute de tension. Veuillez à bien choisir un câble supportant 2.5A minimum (si il y a une inscription sur le câble, vérifier l'indication du type 2C-24 AWG et choisir au maximum 24).
(Se già conoscete RPi, saltate questa prima parte)
Questo piccolo computer ha i suoi punti di forza nel consumo ridotto, nel costo e soprattutto nell'immensa comunità di supporto. Può essere utilizzato come computer generico (malgrado la potenza un po' limitata...) o per ospitare servizi casalinghi che devono sempre rimanere accesi (da torrent a server multimediale); offre il meglio di sé quando vi interessa interfacciarvi con l'hardware auto-costruito.
Nel pacco troverete solo la scheda; per renderlo operativo occorre una micro SD (almeno 8 GB se volete l'interfaccia grafica, possibilmente veloce) ed un alimentatore USB compatibile, da 2-3 A ( questo per esempio ). Non è strettamente necessario un dissipatore/ventolina, soprattutto se lo usate senza alcun contenitore, cosa che consiglio. Potete collegarci un monitor HDMI (va bene anche un televisore) e tastiera/mouse USB, ma personalmente lo uso quasi esclusivamente in modalità headless (senza monitor/tastiera/mouse). Come sistema operativo consiglio Raspbian (ma sul sito ufficiale ne trovate molti altri compatibili)
(per chi usa già RPi)
Questa versione 3B+ non è una rivoluzione rispetto alla 3B "liscia". Cosa cambia:
* il WiFi è ora anche a 5 GHz, cosa che si rende sempre più necessaria a causa dell'affollamento della banda 2.4 GHz, perlomeno se i vostri vicini usano WiFi
* la rete sale a 1 Gbit/s, cosa solo in parte davvero sfruttabile (la velocità massima è di circa 300 Mbit/s, a causa della connessione interna USB 2.0)
* l'aumento di prestazioni fa sempre piacere, anche se stavolta porta con sé il rischio concreto di surriscaldamento; se lo usate all'interno di un case è utile una ventolina o almeno un dissipatore (se invece lo usate aperto, non dovreste avere problemi per temperatura ambiente sotto i 30 °C)
* è necessario un alimentatore di qualità (assorbe qualcosina più di 1 A a pieno carico e senza nulla di collegato, quindi meglio stare sui 2 o 3 A); SOPRATTUTTO usate un cavetto USB corto e di sufficiente diametro. Per i test consiglio "cpuburn" (da cercare in rete)
* purtroppo la RAM è ancora ferma ad 1 GB... Se vi interessa e, soprattutto, non avete fretta potete sempre prendere un Raspberry Pi 4B
* purtroppo il PoE è solo come opzione futura ed esterna (peccato: sarebbe stato davvero utile!)
Perfettamente compatibile con le versioni attuali di Raspbian (ma non con Jessie): il primo boot l'ho fatto senza alcun problema con la micro SD che usavo su un RPi 3 B "liscio".
Conclusione: nessuna rivoluzione, ma un'evoluzione sempre gradita, malgrado qualche piccolo problema. Ovviamente consigliato...
With WiFi, Bluetooth and full USB connectivity out of the box, I was playing Super Mario Kart with a pair of 8BitDo SN30 Pro pads within half an hour of opening the box.
It's worth noting that the official Raspberry Pi PSU I bought with my Pi3 Model B isn't powerful enough for this newer 'B+' model.
It's only 2.5A output, were as the B+ needs a stable 3A or you get 'under voltage' alerts.
Den zweiten raspberry-pi nutze ich als Backup-Server für meinen cloudserver eines namhaften Internetanbieters, auf dem ich zwei Webseiten laufen habe. Auf dem cloudserver habe ich einen cronjob eingerichtet, der jede Nacht ein komplettes Backup der Webseiten sowie der mysql Datenbanken macht. Anschließend holt sich der raspberry mit rsync ssh und rsnapshot die Sicherungen zu mir nach Hause (natürlich auch auf einen angeschlossenen USB-Stick). Wie man weiß sind Backups im IT-Bereich extrem wichtig. Mit einem raspberry-pi hat man als Heimanwender für diese Anwendung eine sehr kostengünstige Lösung.
Kleiner Tipp. Nach eingen Tagen stellte ich fest, dass der Raspberry Pi 3 Modell B+ unter Last ohne Kühlkörper und Ventilator doch sehr heiß wurde. Die Abfrage der Prozessortemperatur ergab Werte von nahezu 70 Grad Celsius. Danach habe ich den raspi in ein Gehäuse Smraza Raspberry Pi 3 b+ gehäuse mit 1.5m Cable Netzteil 5V 2.5A mit Schalter Ein/aus + 1 x Lüfter + 3 x Kühlkörper für Raspberry pi 3 Model b+ Case(Ohne Raspberry Pi Board) gebaut. Danach sank die Temperatur auf durchschnittlich 35 - 38 Grad Celsius.
This version comes with a 1.4 GHz Broadcom CPU, 1 GB RAM, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, HDMI Audio-Video out, Composite Audio-Video out, Gigabit Ethernet (delivers about 300 Mbps). Indeed the only thing I had to supply was Keyboard, Mouse and Power.
The power recommendations are higher (5V DC 3A) but it will also work with an older mobile phone charger that is rated at-least 5V DC 1.5A as long as do not connect too many peripherals. In headless more (no peripherals, no HDMI out, no Wi-Fi), it will just about work with 5V DC 1A adapter. I purchased a 5VDC3A adapter from Element Engineers on Amazon and the board is working well it it.
The heating of the CPU has been normalized by using a heat-spreader. The CPU does touch 80+ degrees centigrade during benchmarking tests but remains stable. I purchased a basic plastic case and heat-sinks from REES52 on Amazon and the board is working well. I applied a little thermal transfer paste while mounting the heat-sinks and these Aluminum blocks are certainly picking up a lot of heat away from the CPU.
The Raspbian "Stretch" OS is a delight. In the Console-only version, it only takes 22MB RAM on start. In the Desktop version, it takes about 50MB on start. Compare this to Ubuntu on PC which takes over 300MB on start and does not work properly on a system with less than 2GB RAM. The OS starts in 5 seconds. Even the Desktop version starts in less than 10 seconds when loading from a Sandisk 16GB Class 10/U1 MicroSD card.
On the Internet, there are tons of reviewers who will talk about better boards from other manufacturers. What they do not get is the mission of the Raspberry Pi Foundation and how hard they work in staying true to their mission. For example, the Asus Tinkerboard is twice as fast at twice the price. Is it that Eben Upton (the founder of Raspberry Pi Foundation) cannot invent a faster Raspberry Pi board and charge a higher price? Certainly he can, but his mission is to deliver the best technology experience while staying under the $35 price point. Consider this:
- Boards such as Orange Pi (from Schenzhen Xunlong, China) are available at $35 price but are highly subsidized by the Chinese government. Without the subsidy, they would cost nearly $60. I recently purchased a Orange Pi board and after paying for shipping ($5) and Customs duty (nearly 44%), the board costs me Rs.4000/-. In comparison, the Raspberry 3B+ board costs me Rs.3400/-. Not to mention the painless warranty/return support I get in case of the Raspberry Pi board.
- Boards such as Odroid / Asus Tinkerboard are way faster than the Raspberry Pi but at the$70 price point, you are better off buying an Intel Atom processor integrated motherboard than can run Windows.
If you are looking for raw-power, then considering a SBC is ridiculous. But if you want to create devices around the house that serve specific functions such as a Firewall, Ad-blocker, VPN Gateway, Printer Sharer, HDD Sharer, Media Player, Retro-game machine, then you should consider the Raspberry Pi because of it's engineering and developer support.
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Whilst this is not the fault of Almost Anything, their customer service has been appalling since requesting a replacement. I was told to send my faulty Pi back to AA which I have done, and I have not heard anything since. They are not responding to emails or messages through Amazon, and I am unable to find a suitable contact number to ring them on.
To summarise - the Pi is a great product (assuming its not faulty!) - wish the same could be said for Almost Anything's customer service!
* Toujours pas de dissipateur intégré alors que c'est quand même de moins en moins optionnel sur les applications un peu gourmandes (style Kodi ...)
* Attention au boot: si on le fait booter sur une mémoire provenant d'une version précédente B, on peut se retrouver bloqué avec une icône d'alimentation défaillante, alors qu'il ne s'agit que d'une incompatibilité du loader. Donc bien veiller à utiliser une version récente de l'OS
I'm hugely impressed with the quality and performance of this little credit card sized single board computer
I wish I had brought one sooner will be buying more for many other projects
Running kodi (libreelec)
Building low performance nas (openmediavault)
And many other projects found online
Extremely happy don't forget too buy a sd card and power supply
UPDATE: I have since brought an extra rpi the same model ect for use with libreelec/Kodi and am also more than happy with the performance again another good reveiw and I still plan too buy another for another libreelec machine and maby more for a NUT (Network UPS Tools Server) and possibly another for a remote vpn server
All in all PI is amazing if you are considering deffinitly dive in they are worth every penny
There are innumerable things you can do with the Pi, but I (and likely most) people use it as a retro gaming/media center/desktop device.
The 3B+ comes with an HDMI port, four USB ports, an Ethernet port, built-in Wi-Fi and an AV port, for those without HDMI TVs.
Why buy the overpriced and under-supported NES or SNES Mini Classics with 20 games, when you can buy a Pi for a fraction of the cost, and play every game from the ZX to the PSX/PSP (literally thousands of titles)?
Install KODI to alternate use as a media center, or install Pixel as a workable desktop/laptop replacement.
The Pi is priceless, but you can buy one on here for about £33.00. Think of it as an investment. You will NOT be disappointed.
Per fortuna amazon ti rimborsa, ma consiglio vivamente di non comprarlo da questo rivenditore ed adesso vi spiego il perché.
Come si può vedere dalla prima foto il Raspberry, Pi 3 modello B+ che mi è arrivato, non era confezionato dentro il sacchetto anti corrente elettrostatica ed è in una scatola tutta danneggiata.
Nella seconda foto invece c'è un raspberry originale che ho acquistato oggi in un negozio di elettronica a 120 km da casa (per questo lo avevo comperato su internet) anche se non è un b+ , ma la versione precedente. Comunque la confezione è sigillata dentro un sacchetto che lo ripara dalla corrente elettrostatica ed in più è fornito di un piccolo foglio con varie informazioni, la scatola dietro ha un sigillo di provenienza e numero di matricola.
Nella terza foto potete vedere la differenza d'imballo dei due prodotti, che è anche diversa da quella pubblicizzata nell'annuncio di vendita.
I chose the Pi 3B+ because I wanted the extra CPU and RAM, but mostly because I wanted its built-in network booting ability - I configured it to boot over the network so no SD card was required. However, I found it a bit flaky, sometimes booting and sometimes not, and usually not booting from the network at all after a soft reboot. It seems that's a known issue, and it feels like they rushed it out with fairly poor network boot code in ROM, thus the 4 stars. Also, with no SD card in, I was finding poor performance, and seeing kworker kernel processes taking far more CPU than they should. I put in an old small micro SD card with nothing more than a new netboot.bin binary on it, and the problems went away - but not having to have an SD card in it at all was part of the appeal, so it's a shame to have to do that. That said - it's only reading that one file from it on boot and not writing to it, so shouldn't suffer from SD card corruption problems.
Pis are excellent, flexible little computers for a wide range of tasks - there's a reason so many millions have been sold! That said, for some projects, you could consider something a lot smaller - an Arduino, or my current favourite ESP8266, which is much smaller, much much cheaper and ideal for simple stuff like temperature probes or relay drivers.