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Raspberry Pi PCBA Model B with Case

Old Price: IDR 599,000.00

Price: IDR 469,000.00

You save: IDR 130,000.00! (21.70%)



  • Berat Pengiriman : 0.50 kg
  • Garansi : 1 Bulan
  • Warna :   transparan

Overview :

The Raspberry Pi is a credit-card sized computer that plugs into your TV and a keyboard. It’s a capable little PC which can be used for many of the things that your desktop PC does, like spreadsheets, word-processing and games. It also plays high-definition video. We want to see it being used by kids all over the world to learn programming.

1.Insert SD Card
  • Minimum size 4Gb; class 4 (the class indicates how fast the card is).
  • We recommend using branded SD cards as they are more reliable.
2.Connect Display
  • HDMI to HDMI lead (for HD TVs and monitors with HDMI input).
    HDMI to DVI lead (for monitors with DVI input).
  • Leads and adapters are available for few pounds -- there is no need to buy expensive ones!
3.Connect Input
  • Any standard USB keyboard and mouse should work.
  • Keyboards or mice that take a lot of power from the USB ports, however, may need a powered USB hub. This may include some wireless devices.
4.Connect Network
  • Networking is optional, although it makes updating and getting new software for your Raspberry Pi much easier.
5.Power Up
  • A good quality, micro USB power supply that can provide at least 700mA at 5V is essential.
  • Many mobile phone chargers are suitable—check the label on the plug.
  • If your supply provides less than 5V then your Raspberry Pi may not work at all, or it may behave erratically. Be wary of very cheap chargers: some are not what they claim to be.
  • It does not matter if your supply is rated at more than 700mA.
6.Audio Lead (Optional)
  • If you are using HDMI then you will get digital audio via this.
  • If you are using the analogue RCA connection, stereo audio is available from the 3.5mm jack next to the RCA connector.


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