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See how to make a reset switch for your Rev 2 Raspberry Pi

January 27, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments

After purchasing my second Raspberry Pi which is a Rev 2 model and comparing it against my current Raspberry Pi Rev 1. I noticed that it now has the addition of two holes for a header which I later discovered was for P6, Which are designed to enable a reset facility.

Close up shot the Rev 2 Raspberry Pi showing the P6 Points to mount the header (Image from raspi.tv)

After a quick look around the internet  I found a great website called raspi.tv which has a great little tutorial on using this header to create a reset switch for your raspberry pi

Take a look at the following link to see how

Raspberry Pi Rev 2.0 guide to making a reset switch

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