RasPiComm Technical Specifications

RasPiComm Technical Specifications

  • Size: 35,2 x 56mm
  • RS-485
    • up to 230.400 baud
    • pluggable screw terminal connector (A, B, GND)
  • RS-232
    • No hardware handshake
    • up to 115.200 baud
    • pluggable screw terminal connector (RX, TX, GND)
  • Real Time Clock
    • battery included
    • powers the clock for approximately 10 years
    • counts seconds, minutes, hours, date of the month, month, day of the week, and year with leap-year compensation valid up to 2100
  • 5 Inputs
    • connected to onboard joystick (4 way + push)
    • 5V tolerant
    • 2mm pitch external connector, not polulated
  • 2 Outputs,
    • 5V, 100mA max. each
    • 5V relays can be connected without additional circuitry
    • 2mm pitch connector, not populated
  • SPI Connector
    • 2mm pitch connector, not populated
  • 2 I2C Connectors
  • Power Connector
    • pluggable screw terminal connector (+, -)
    • either powers the Raspberry Pi and RasPiComm (5V, 1.5A max)
    • or is a power output when powered over USB
  • RasPiComm Power Ponsumption
    • max. 10mA (outputs off)
    • max. 210mA (outputs on and maximum rating drawn)

12 responses to “RasPiComm Technical Specifications

  1. tamada September 12, 2012 at 9:15 pm

    Is it ready to sell ?
    Please let me know where I can get.

  2. Nigel Brown October 17, 2012 at 11:42 am

    Do you have some example code on how ho to access the hardware from C/C++ and or Python?

  3. Steffen Wiedmann October 22, 2012 at 1:53 pm

    Hi Daniel,
    When and where can I buy the “RasPiComm”?
    Thank you!
    Steffen

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