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Raspberry Pi - Model B+

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Raspberry Pi - Model B+
Raspberry Pi - Model B+
Raspberry Pi - Model B+
Raspberry Pi - Model B+
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Tutorial - How to give your Raspberry Pi a Static IP Address Tutorial - How to give your Raspberry Pi a Static IP Address Jul 19, 2013 If you are using the latest Raspbian Jessie, click here to read our updated guide. To log in to your Raspberry Pi remotely, you'll need the IP of the Ras..
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How to Change the Default Account Username and Password How to Change the Default Account Username and Password Nov 22, 2013 By default your raspberry pi pi comes with an account 'pi' with the password 'raspberry'. For security reasons it's probably a good idea to ..
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A Simple Solution to Make Model B Breakout Boards Compatible with the Raspberry Pi Model B+ A Simple Solution to Make Model B Breakout Boards Compatible with the Raspberry Pi Model B+ Jul 17, 2014 Please Note. This method combats mechanical compatibility between the Raspberry Pi Model B & Model B+. Electronic compatibility is a little different, pleas..
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The Raspberry Pi Model B+ has landed at ModMyPi! The ultra-low-cost, deck-of-cards sized Linux computer has had a makeover, and it's a good one at that! The Raspberry Pi Model B+ incorporates a number of enhancements and new features including improved power consumption, increased connectivity with 4 USB ports, and a greater 40 Pin GPIO!

Back-Compatibility Note - The GPIO Pin area is now 40 pins long however the first 26 pins are identical to the Model B to provide 100% backward compatibility for your projects. The B+ also includes the same CSI port for the camera module, and is compatible with the same operating systems (Raspian, OpenELEC, OSMC etc.). The new Model B+ also requires a 5V 2A or greater power supply for best results (which we stock separately!)
 
Case Fitment Note - The Raspberry Pi Model B+ Features a completely revised layout. Model B cases WILL NOT FIT. Please ensure that any case purchase is for a Model B+ Case.
 
Please Note. Purchase is for 1 x 512MB Raspberry Pi MODEL B+ Board, which comes without any other peripherals.
 
The Raspberry Pi Model B+ Features:
  • Model B+ Raspberry Pi with Mounting Points and 512MB RAM
  • Broadcom BCM2835 ARM11 700Mhz 
  • Integrated Videocore 4 Graphics GPU capable of playing Full 1080p HD Video
  • 4 x USB Ports (Max Output 1.2A)
  • Board Power Draw: 600mA
  • HDMI Video Output
  • 4 Pole Stereo & Composite Video Output
  • 10/100Mb Ethernet Port for Internet Access
  • 5V 2A Micro USB Power Input Jack
  • MicroSD Flash Memory Card Slot
  • 40-pin 2.54mm Header Expansion Slot (Which allow for peripherals and expansion boards)
  • Dimensions 85 x 56 x 17mm

Improvements over the Model B

  • 40 Pin GPIO
  • 4 x USB Ports with improved power regulation
  • You can now provide up to 1.2 AMP to the 4 USB ports 
  • 4 Pole Stereo & Composite Video Output
  • Revised Layout
  • Micro SD Port
  • The B+ board now uses less power (600mA)

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For more information about the Raspberry Pi Foundation, visit the Raspberry Pi Foundation’s Website
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