The RASPBERRY Pi 3 is an overview of what makes the success of version 2. The Raspberry Pi 3 is similar in size to the Pi 2 model but offers more processing power to adapt to any situation with a 64 bit processor.
Connectivity is evolving:
Network connectivity is evolving with the contribution of Bluetooth Classic, Low Energy and Wifi with 802.11 B / G / N wireless LAN connectors. The much faster connection no longer requires any external devices.
The power goes to 2.5 A or even 3A:
More power, more networking possibilities means more power. The transition to a 2.5A power supplyat least is thereforemandatory !
Using peripheral devices on USB ports or cards on the GPIO connector will require a 3A power supply.
The status LEDs are now close to the microSD card reader. A CMS antenna is now integrated for WiFi and Bluetooth 4.1.
But what is a Raspberry Pi?
The Raspberry Pi3 is a low-cost nano-based ARM processor. Due to its low production cost and its Plug and Play appearance, the Raspberry Pi 3 is the ideal tool for teaching and any educational or personal projects.
The many connection options offernt a number of infinite possibilities for HiFi, as a home automation server, Audio Video, multimedia, meteorological, educational, monitoring, programming in the Linux universe in particular.
The large Internet community around the Raspberry Pi allows to find a solution to all ambitious projects in vast areas at tight prices.
Technical data of Raspberry Pi 3 :
- Chipset Broadcom BCM2837 clocked 1.2Ghz
- ARM Cortex-A53 64 four hearts
- Wireless LAN 802.11 b / g / n
- Bluetooth 4.1 (Classic and Low Energy)
- Multimedia coprocessor IV Videocore double heart
- 1GB LPDDDR2 memory
- Micro USB Connector for 2.5A Power Supply
- 1 Ethernet port 10/100
- 1 HDMI Audio Video connector
- 4 USB 2.0 ports
- 40 pin GPIO
- CMS Antenna
- DSI Display Connector
- Micro SD card slot
- Dimensions: 85x56x17mm