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getting_started:hub_v2.0:1_required_hardware [2019/10/19 18:21]
franzunix [Raspberry Pi and accessories]
getting_started:hub_v2.0:1_required_hardware [2020/05/24 12:23] (current)
franzunix [3d printable case]
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 [{{ :​getting_started:​hub_v1.0:​raspi:​1_pi3_1500.jpg?​direct&​400 |Raspberry Pi 3 Model B}}] [{{ :​getting_started:​hub_v1.0:​raspi:​1_pi3_1500.jpg?​direct&​400 |Raspberry Pi 3 Model B}}]
  
-The d-diot board and the d-diot image up to version ​1.1 have been tested ​with Raspberry Pi 3 Model B. There are good chance that the board and the image will work also with other models (Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+, Raspberry Pi 2 Model B, Raspberry Pi Model B), but currently this combinations are not tested+The currently available 3d printable case is designed for the Raspberry Pi 3, while the d-diot image v.1.3 is compatible ​with both Raspberry Pi 3 and 4.
  
-<alert type="​warning"​ icon="​fa fa-warning">​The d-diot images up to version 1.1 will not work with the new Raspberry Pi 4</​alert>​+The d-diot board v.2.0 is mechanically compatible and works with both Raspberry Pi 3 and 4 but with the Raspberry Pi 4 a strange problem happens after the shutdown when the latching circuit tries to cut off the power, so:  
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 +<alert type="​warning"​ icon="​fa fa-warning">​For the hub v.2.0 the recommended choice is the Raspberry Pi 3</​alert>​
  
 A [[https://​www.amazon.com/​SanDisk-Ultra-microSDXC-Memory-Adapter/​dp/​B073JWXGNT/​ref=sr_1_3?​keywords=micro+sd+32gb&​qid=1558192152&​s=gateway&​sr=8-3|micro SD]] card of at least 8 GB (32 GB recommended) is necessary, while a series of heatsinks and fan, generally available as kit (see [[https://​www.amazon.com/​Easycargo-Raspberry-Heatsink-Cooling-Cooler/​dp/​B07GVP61VC/​ref=sr_1_28_sspa?​keywords=raspberry+heatsink&​qid=1558191680&​s=gateway&​sr=8-28-spons&​psc=1|here]]) are optional, but recommended to keep the CPU and GPU temperature lower.  ​ A [[https://​www.amazon.com/​SanDisk-Ultra-microSDXC-Memory-Adapter/​dp/​B073JWXGNT/​ref=sr_1_3?​keywords=micro+sd+32gb&​qid=1558192152&​s=gateway&​sr=8-3|micro SD]] card of at least 8 GB (32 GB recommended) is necessary, while a series of heatsinks and fan, generally available as kit (see [[https://​www.amazon.com/​Easycargo-Raspberry-Heatsink-Cooling-Cooler/​dp/​B07GVP61VC/​ref=sr_1_28_sspa?​keywords=raspberry+heatsink&​qid=1558191680&​s=gateway&​sr=8-28-spons&​psc=1|here]]) are optional, but recommended to keep the CPU and GPU temperature lower.  ​
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 [{{ :​getting_started:​hub_v1.0:​accessories:​2_micro_sd.jpg?​direct&​200 |32 GB SD card}}] [{{ :​getting_started:​hub_v1.0:​accessories:​2_micro_sd.jpg?​direct&​200 |32 GB SD card}}]
  
-<alert type="​info"​ icon="​fa fa-info">​The d-diot board has two pin header to power the fan and the 3D printable case for the hub (under development),​ will integrate a dedicated space for the fan</​alert>​+<alert type="​info"​ icon="​fa fa-info">​The d-diot board has two pin header to power the fan</​alert>​
  
  
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 See [[https://​www.d-diot.com/​2019/​10/​14/​d-diot-board-v-2-0/​|here]] a more detailed description of the d-diot board v.2.0. See [[https://​www.d-diot.com/​2019/​10/​14/​d-diot-board-v-2-0/​|here]] a more detailed description of the d-diot board v.2.0.
  
- <​alert type="​info"​ icon="​fa fa-info">​The board will be available soon with a Kickstarter campaign. ​[[http://​assembly.d-diot.com/​hub/​v2.0/​|Here]] an interactive tool to see the position of each component on the board.</​alert>​+ <​alert type="​info"​ icon="​fa fa-info">​[[http://​assembly.d-diot.com/​hub/​v2.0/​|Here]] an interactive tool to see the position of each component on the board.</​alert>​
  
 {{gallery>:​getting_started:​hub_v2.0:​d-diot-board-v.2.0?​0&​crop&​lightbox}} {{gallery>:​getting_started:​hub_v2.0:​d-diot-board-v.2.0?​0&​crop&​lightbox}}
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 Additional IR LEDs can be added to extended the coverage connecting them to the USB port J3 (D- and GND pin). Additional IR LEDs can be added to extended the coverage connecting them to the USB port J3 (D- and GND pin).
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 +{{gallery>:​getting_started:​hub_v2.0:​radios?​0&​crop&​lightbox}}
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 ===== Power supply ===== ===== Power supply =====
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 [{{ :​getting_started:​hub_v1.0:​oled:​2_oled.jpg?​direct&​200 |I2C SSD1306 oled display 0.96 inch}}] [{{ :​getting_started:​hub_v1.0:​oled:​2_oled.jpg?​direct&​200 |I2C SSD1306 oled display 0.96 inch}}]
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 +===== 3d printable case =====
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 +The 3d model files and the print instructions of the case are available in [[https://​www.thingiverse.com/​thing:​4391505|thingiverse]].
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 +{{gallery>:​getting_started:​hub_v2.0:​case?​0&​crop&​lightbox}}
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 +If you don't have access to a 3d printer, you can consider an online 3d printing service.
  
 ===== Total cost ===== ===== Total cost =====
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 | Total                         | 76-100€ ​         | | Total                         | 76-100€ ​         |
  
-If you already own a Raspberry Pi and its accessories like Micro SD card, Heatsink + fan and the power supply the total cost will drop to 27-38€ ​+If you already own a Raspberry Pi and its accessories like Micro SD card, Heatsink + fan and the power supply the total cost will drop to **27-38€** 
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