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Interfacing the Raspberry Pi to the World

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Presentation from the Open Source Hardware Camp held at Hebden Bridge on 15-16 Sepmtember 2012. Event details at: http://oshug.org/event/oshcamp2012

Presentation from the Open Source Hardware Camp held at Hebden Bridge on 15-16 Sepmtember 2012. Event details at: http://oshug.org/event/oshcamp2012

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  • 1. Interfacing the Raspberry Pi to the WorldUp close and personal with P1 (and P5!) @OmerK | OSHCAMP 2012 | 15 Sep 2012
  • 2. omer.kilic.name
  • 3. Agenda● Mechanical Details● Electrical Details● Software Details● Tips for headless operation● Questions
  • 4. Mechanical● Standard 100mil (2.54mm) spacing – P1 → 2x13 way – P5 → 2x4 way
  • 5. M/F Jumper Cables
  • 6. M/F Jumper Cables
  • 7. IDC CableRe-use old floppy cables!
  • 8. http://www.raspberrypi.org/archives/1404
  • 9. “Breakout” boards Pi Cobbler from Adafruit
  • 10. Slice of Pi from Ciseco Pi Plate from AdafruitMore at: http://elinux.org/RPi_Expansion_Boards
  • 11. Electrical● P1 ● Power ● 3.3V (max I: ~50mA) ● 5V (max I: Power Supply - 700mA) ● 17 GPIO Pins, multiplexed with: ● UART ● I2C ● SPI ● PWM● P5 ● 4 extra GPIO pins ● Power● More signals broken out to S2 and S5 (Camera and flat panel connectors) ● Fiddly!http://elinux.org/RPi_Low-level_peripherals
  • 12. Revision 2 – Changes● Fuses protecting the USB outputs have been removed – Power the board via back-feeding hub● JTAG on P1● I2C peripherals swapped● P5 – New header: 4 more GPIO + Power● P6 – Reset Jumper● Mounting holes!!!!!!!!!!!! http://www.raspberrypi.org/archives/1929
  • 13. Revision 2
  • 14. Power (5V)
  • 15. Electrical 3.3V!
  • 16. 3.3V
  • 17. http://www.flickr.com/photos/56601859@N00/3064468115
  • 18. Use protection● Level Shifting – Logic buffers (74HCT242) – Birectional translators (TXB0108) – Discrete shifters (FETs + Rs)● Current limiting R
  • 19. Recommended Distro Occidentalis by Adafruithttp://learn.adafruit.com/adafruit-raspberry-pi-educational-linux-distro/overview
  • 20. Software● Peripherals are memory mapped – Access via /dev/mem ● Faster, needs root, hacky, dangerous! – Use kernel modules/sysfs ● /sys/class/gpio/gpioX/value etc. ● Slower, doesnt need root, easier, (relatively) safer
  • 21. Software – GPIO● /sys/class/gpio/ (export|direction|value|interrupt|unexport)● Example: – echo 17 > /sys/class/gpio/export – echo “out” > /sys/class/gpio/gpio17/direction – echo “1” > /sys/class/gpio/gpio17/value● Interrupt support – Use poll() on /value
  • 22. Software – I2C● /dev/i2c-0 and /dev/i2c-1● Install the i2c-utils package – i2cdetect, i2cdump, i2cget, i2cset● Support for kernel hardware modules: – echo ds1307 0x68 > /sys/class/i2c-adapter/i2c- 0/new_device● i2c-dev details: – http://kernel.org/doc/Documentation/i2c/dev-interface
  • 23. Software – SPI● /dev/spidev0.0 and /dev/spidev0.1 – Chip select pins● Support for kernel hardware modules: – Need to rebuild kernel!● spidev details: – http://kernel.org/doc/Documentation/spi/spidev
  • 24. Software – PWM● No kernel module (or libgpio) support, memory mapped voodoo necessary.● WiringPi example: – pinMode(1, PWM_OUTPUT); – PwmWrite(500);
  • 25. Libraries● Python – Quick2wire, Rpi.GPIO● C – WiringPi, pihwm● Bindings also available for Java(!), Ruby, Erlang
  • 26. Tips for headless operation● Use 240/16 (CPU/GPU) RAM split – No need for graphical stuff● Setup avahi/zeroconf – No need to remember IP address ● ssh raspberrypi.local● Setup mosh – Great for intermittent networking
  • 27. Questions?

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