Raspberry Pi Projects And Programming
Raspberry Pi UPS
Small and inexpensive microcomputers like the Raspberry Pi and Beaglebone are increasingly finding applications requiring unattended operation. You can now deploy an affordable solution to all kinds of monitoring and control applications using computers that fit in your pocket. But there is a catch. Computers need to be shutdown in an orderly fashion before power is removed to avoid corruption of the file system which can potentially render it useless. So what happens if there is a power outage or someone removes the power by mistake?
There are two ways to minimise the possibility that your raspberry Pi becomes as useful as a house brick. One way is to ensure that power is never denied to the computer should the mains power fail. Or you can detect a power fail condition and have the computer shut itself down until power returns. This series of articles looks at a variety of simple solutions to this problem. More...
A Power Off Delay For Computer Shutdown
Cheap microcomputer boards like the Raspberry Pi and the Beaglebone are finding applications in many places. They bring breathtaking computer power to seemingly simplistic tasks opening up a world of possibilities. But they are microcomputers and you can't simply switch them off without performing an orderly shutdown. If you do you risk corrupting the file system and rendering the device unusable. More...
Raspberry Pi Beginner Projects: Setting Up
Get your Raspberry Pi setup and ready to develop projects. If you haven't seen what this little baby can do yet then you are in for a treat. Find out how to download and flash an operating system onto an SD card. Learn how to connect it up then communicate with it remotely as if you where there. Connect it into your local network so that you can share files. More...
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