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RasPiComm Plus – an early insight into the ultimate Raspberry Pi extension board

February 26, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments

Take a look at RasPiComm Plus board in development by Daniel Amesberger

It’s a multiple board connector allowing you to connect multiple units to your Raspberry Pi such as

  • 8 Inputs (5-35V), switching on 1/2 of the reference voltage with hysteresis
  • 8 Outputs (5-35V, 350mA/500mA peak with thermal shutdown and output transient protection/clamp diodes)
  • dual RS-485
  • CAN bus
  • GSM module

So you can choose  different combinations for your Raspberry Pi

Take a look at the link below to see how it’s going and also leave him a comment with suggestions you would like to see.

RasPiComm Plus – an early insight into the ultimate Raspberry Pi extension board.

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