Raspberry Pi Zero W (Wireless) ( 2017 model)
|Hardware Interface||MicroSD, Mini HDMI|
|Computer Memory Type||EEPROM|
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- Raspberry Pi Zero W
- SoC: Broadcom BCM2835--CPU: ARM11 running at 1GHz--RAM: 512MB
- Wireless: 2.4GHz 802.11n wireless LAN (WiFi)
- Bluetooth: Bluetooth Classic 4.1 and Bluetooth LE
- Dimensions: 65mm × 30mm × 5mm
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Dimensions: 65mm × 30mm × 5mm
SoC: Broadcom BCM2835
CPU: ARM11 running at 1GHz
Wireless: 2.4GHz 802.11n wireless LAN
Bluetooth: Bluetooth Classic 4.1 and Bluetooth LE
Power: 5V, supplied via micro USB connector
Video & Audio: 1080P HD video & stereo audio via mini-HDMI connector
Storage: MicroSD card
Output: Micro USB
GPIO: 40-pin GPIO, unpopulated
Pins: Run mode, unpopulated; RCA composite, unpopulated
Camera Serial Interface (CSI)
Raspberry Pi is a trademark of the Raspberry Pi Foundation.
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But there is no way I'm going to pay 3x the full retail price to buy it from a bunch of profiteering pirates. If I'm patient I'll catch them in stock at Adafruit or one of the other legitimate sellers. The quicker we make it clear that buying up all of the available boards simply to resell them at a 300% increase is not going to be rewarded by the technical community, the better off we all are.
Using a monitor/keyboard is easier with the Raspbian OS GUI
Download copy of Raspbian Lite
Use Etcher to burn onto micro sd card
Make sure when you re-mount it to your burning-machine it popups up as boot
Open a text editor(tried Text Editor in Windows didn't seem to work right, I ended up using VS Code)
Create a blank file called ssh save it and put it inside boot, it can be ssh.txt
Create another file called wpa_supplicant.conf
Inside you put:
note my country is US yours may differ
your wifi security type may differ just check, I have WPA2
ssid="your wifi network name"
psk="your wifi password"
Save and put this inside boot as well, it should show up as a CONF file
Then you put the micro sd card into your pi, plug it into a power source, then you will have to scan your network to see if it showed up. I used nmap, once you see it, try to ssh into it.
You should be prompted to accept key, then type in the default ssh password
Then you can change that with passwd and use it however as linux device
Taken from various forums eg. raspberrypi.org
I just set mine up
As a side note, I purchased mine for $18. I know prices here may be a bit inflated, but I'm willing to pay more for items Fulfilled by Amazon vs random items off ebay... but to each their own!
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Using it as a HomeKit camera with a 3D printed enclosure and the Pi Camera Module
If you're into IoT, or like me, you wanna run Kali Linux, this will be dope. Bad USB, plug it into a server, build a robot/drone, the possibilities are endless!