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Raspberry comes with standard add-ons for Raspberry Pi B +
Raspberry HAT has introduced a new standard for ensuring that it is easier to use the Raspberry Pi B +. Add-onhardware This ‘plug and play’ should be possible.
According Raspberry there in recent times many hardware add-ons developed for mini-computers. That moved the company committed to help develop, making it easier for creators to get the Raspberry Pi. their add-on compatible standard HAT, which stands for Hardware On Top and consists of a set of ‘rules’, is available only for model B +, which Raspberry recently released.
The Raspberry Pi models have called gpio connector makes it possible to connect the signs. External hardware The Raspberry Pi does not know exactly what is normally connected, allowing users to perform to get the hardware. Working the necessary actions The use of the HAT standard must allow plug and play: automatically creates HAT with the Raspberry Pi sure that the correct drivers are loaded, because the sign recognizes what is connected.
Raspberry recently introduced recently its Model B +, a successor to the previously released B version. One of the biggest changes was precisely the gpio that instead of 26 now has 40 pins. In addition, the number of USB 2.0 ports doubled from two to four, and the power consumption is reduced from 1.0W to 0.5W.
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