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DIY Smart Battery Isolator

DIY Smart Battery Isolator | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
This next project is of extreme interest to RV & Boat owners, Ham Radio Operators, and anyone else that is running accessory equipment in a vehicle that needs to isolate their House Batteries from their Starter Battery.
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Dear reader,

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The Raspberry Pi project website is http://www.raspberrypi.org/

This is one of my news digests. If you like my editorial choices, there are more to be found by clicking on the "dear reader" link, and on my name above.
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Controlling a Solenoid with Raspberry Pi and a Relay - Tutorial Australia

Controlling a Solenoid with Raspberry Pi and a Relay - Tutorial Australia | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Here is how to control a 12 Volt Solenoid with a Raspberry Pi using a 5 Volt Relay. Solenoids are an immensely useful way to turn electrical energy into a linear motion. Solenoids come in a variety of different specifications with 5 Volt and 12 Volt being very common types used by makers.
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FossaSat-1, an Open Source Satellite for the Internet of Things

FossaSat-1, an Open Source Satellite for the Internet of Things | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
The very first satellite built entirely with open hardware was only put into orbit in May last year.It was the UPSat cubesat, and was…...
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Translate Your CP/M Code To 8086, And Leave The 1970s Behind!

Translate Your CP/M Code To 8086, And Leave The 1970s Behind! | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
"Bring our home computing out of the 1970s and into the 1980s and beyond" is the irresistible promise made by the creator of 8088ify, a piece of software which translates CP/M executables from their 8...
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Five apps for photo editing on the cheap

Five apps for photo editing on the cheap | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Is Photoshop overkill for your needs and your budget? Try one of these inexpensive alternatives.
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Using CircuitPython With The Kitronik Motor Driver Boards for Raspberr –

Using CircuitPython With The Kitronik Motor Driver Boards for Raspberr – | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Get up and running with writing code in CircuitPython for the Kitronik motor driver board and the Kitronik robotics boards for Raspberry Pi PIco.
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C64 Watch, Commodore 64 Smartwatch #WearableWednesday « Adafruit Industries – Makers, hackers, artists, designers and engineers!

C64 Watch, Commodore 64 Smartwatch #WearableWednesday « Adafruit Industries – Makers, hackers, artists, designers and engineers! | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Nick Bild customized their T-Watch 2020 and documented it on hackster.io: I’ve had a T-Watch 2020 for about a year and haven’t found any pre-built software for it that appeals to me, so…...
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Arduino IoT Cloud now supports ESP32 devices - Geeky Gadgets

Arduino IoT Cloud now supports ESP32 devices - Geeky Gadgets | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Over the weekend the official Arduino team has announced that the Arduino IoT Cloud service now supports ESP32 devices, " bringing IoT devices of all...
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Grove - 12-bit Magnetic Rotary Position Sensor / Encoder (AS5600) - Seeed Studio

Grove - 12-bit Magnetic Rotary Position Sensor / Encoder (AS5600) - Seeed Studio | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Grove 12-bit Magnetic Rotary Position Sensor / Encoder (AS5600) is a programmable 12-bit high-resolution contactless magnetic rotary position sensor, which can work as a magnetic potentiometer and a magnetic encoder.
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How to: Industrial ESP32 PLC web server using SPIFFS | Arduino based PLC Controller for Industrial Applications by Industrial Shields

How to: Industrial ESP32 PLC web server using SPIFFS | Arduino based PLC Controller for Industrial Applications by Industrial Shields | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
See how to run a small web server from the ESP32 PLC with the server files in the ESP32’s SPIFF system.
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Raspberry Pi Pico with TTP223 Touch Sensor –

Raspberry Pi Pico with TTP223 Touch Sensor – | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
This is almost too trivial to write up, as the TTP223 does exactly what you’d expect it to do with no other components.TTP223 sensor board connected to GP22 / physical pin 29 Breakout boards…...
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Play Bach: Let a neural network play for you. Part 3. | by pascal boudalier | Jun, 2021

Play Bach: Let a neural network play for you. Part 3. | by pascal boudalier | Jun, 2021 | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
This is part of a series of articles, which explore many aspects of this project, including static MIDI file generation, real time streaming, Tensorflow/Keras sequential and functional models, LSTM…...
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Want to Join the IoT Revolution? – Clive Maxfield

I was just chatting with my chum Duane Benson, who is Director of Marketing over at Screaming Circuits. As part of our conversation, I asked if Duane had seen my Droolworthy Steampunk Rocket Lamp blog featuring this video of the awesome creation by Garrett Schmidt, who is the ruler of all he surveys at Frankengeek Laboratories. While Duane was feasting his orbs on the video, I said, “Tell me you don’t want one of these bodacious beauties on your desk.” He replied, “I can’t tell you that because I do want one of these on my desk!” I will have some exciting news to report involving something I’m working on with Screaming Circuits and Sunstone Circuits in a future blog. For the moment, however, we have other fish to fry. As you may recall, Garrett bills himself as an IoT Junkie, Technology and Application Matchmaker, Master Tinkerer, and Ghostbuster. The point is that Garrett is on a mission to teach folks about the IoT and, as part of this, he wrote a great tutorial with step-by-step instructions describing how you can Build Your Own Cloud-Connected Temperature and Humidity Monitor in 30 Minutes for Less Than $20! All I can say is that this would be an awesome project to introduce someone to a bunch of stuff, including the Arduino, sensors, Wi-Fi, and building a dashboard in the cloud. As always, I’m amazed by the things you can do these days. Can you remember how much time, effort, and money it would have taken to achieve something like this just a few short years ago? Suffice it to say that it would have taken a lot longer than 30 minutes and it would have cost a lot more that $20! What say you? What are your thoughts on all of this?
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Intelligent Agent's Recore Board Adds Some Serious Speed to Your 3D Printer

Intelligent Agent's Recore Board Adds Some Serious Speed to Your 3D Printer | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Making use of the A100 coprocessor in Allwinner's A64, the Recore is a seriously speedy control board upgrade.
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IoT Smart Mirror with Auth0, Raspberry Pi, React, and Node.js

IoT Smart Mirror with Auth0, Raspberry Pi, React, and Node.js | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Smart mirror powered by Auth0, NodeJS, React, a Raspberry Pi3, and a two-way mirror...
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eXeL AI: Empowering the AI Developers of Tomorrow

eXeL AI: Empowering the AI Developers of Tomorrow | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
AI - machine learning applications are evolving quickly and used more frequently in the job market, but who is preparing your kids and youth for an AI inspired workforce? AI/ML Technology Solutions provides a collaborative, easy to use, and evolving AI/ML platform eco-system designed to bring...
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What role does IT play in privacy protection?

What role does IT play in privacy protection? | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
One of the side effects of the information age is that personal privacy has become a major concern for average citizens. And IT often bears much of the responsibility for safeguarding privacy and protecting personal information.
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Tensorflow Object Detection in 5 Hours with Python | Full Course with 3 Projects

Tensorflow Object Detection in 5 Hours with Python | Full Course with 3 Projects | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Want to get up to speed on AI powered Object Detection but not sure where to start?Tensorflow Object Detection in 5 Hours with Python | Full Course with 3 Projects...
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EduBlocks adding multilanguage support #Python @edu_blocks « Adafruit Industries – Makers, hackers, artists, designers and engineers!

EduBlocks adding multilanguage support #Python @edu_blocks « Adafruit Industries – Makers, hackers, artists, designers and engineers! | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Josh Lowe posts on Twitter news that EduBlocks, the block based coding environment that supports Python and CircuitPython, is adding multi language support.Translations have now been rolled out on…...
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Portable Python Projects, in beta

Portable Python Projects, in beta | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
June 09, 2021 Portable Python Projects: Run Your Home on a Raspberry Pi Get to know the latest Raspberry Pi hardware, and create awesome automation solutions for home or work that don't require an electronics degree, cumbersome add-ons, or expensive third-party subscription services. Create easy to run Python scripts on your own that make your Pi do things that would have required a team of automation experts to build only a few years ago. Connect to and control popular home automation lighting systems from a Raspberry Pi. Trigger autonomous actions based on movement, temperature, and timer events. Power on your own computer and appliances using your voice. Remotely control infrared-enabled consumer electronics, create chatbots to retrieve personalized items of interest, and implement a temperature-monitoring room fan. These are just some of the projects that the book will show you how to make. Most projects can be completed and operational in under an hour, and do not require any messy schematics or a spaghetti bowl of wires and breadboard-attached circuits to operate. Control your home or office exactly the way you want instead of relying on an expensive mysterious box of third-party technology to do it for you. Now available in beta from pragprog.com/titles. You Could Be a Published Author Is there a tech topic you are deeply passionate about and want to share with the rest of us? You could become a published Pragmatic Bookshelf author! Take a look at our pragprog.com/become-an-author page for details, including our 50% royalty (yes, for real!) and world-class development editors. Remember, the best way to tell the future is to create it. Upcoming Author Appearances 2021-06-13 Johanna Rothman, NYC LeSS 2021-06-17 Johanna Rothman, Business Agility Gauteng Don't Get Left Out Are your friends jealous that you get these spiffy email newsletters and they don't? Clue them in that all they need to do is sign up at pragprog.com. Tell your friends! Follow us on Twitter for the latest news, commentary, and occasional discounts: @pragprog, Andy Hunt @PragmaticAndy. Thanks for your continued support. By Professional Developers, for Professional Developers PragProg.com Sent by the Pragmatic Programmers, LLC. • 9650 Strickland Rd Ste 103-255• Raleigh NC 27615
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FT232RL USB TO TTL 3.3V/5V FTDI Serial Adapter Module Pinout, Features, Datasheet

FT232RL USB TO TTL 3.3V/5V FTDI Serial Adapter Module Pinout, Features, Datasheet | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
FT232RL USB to TTL 3.3V/5V FTDI Serial Adapter Module Pinout, Features, Datasheet...
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Maker Pi RP2040 : Simplifying Robotics with Raspberry Pi® RP2040

Maker Pi RP2040 : Simplifying Robotics with Raspberry Pi® RP2040 | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Cytron Maker Pi RP2040 comes with a dual channel DC motor driver, 4 servo motor ports, 7 Grove I/O connectors and many other useful features, ready for your next DIY robot / motion control project.At the heart of this board is RP2040 chip, the first micr...
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YugenFlow v2: An easy-to-use, compact low-power thermal detection sensor

YugenFlow v2: An easy-to-use, compact low-power thermal detection sensor | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
YugenFlow v2 is a compact, easy-to-use, low-power, intelligent thermal sensor board that uses a low-resolution thermal sensor to detect the presence of a person.
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Headless Raspberry Pi with WiFi –

Headless Raspberry Pi with WiFi – | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
There are some people who my need to run a node with a wireless connection rather than an ethernet cable. This article is for them. "Headless" means no monitor/keyboard/mouse, not the fact that WiFi is being used.
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Video: Defrag your system with one of these five handy apps

Video: Defrag your system with one of these five handy apps | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Go beyond native Windows tools to defrag and optimize your system.
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