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Contents:Raspberry Pi Compute Module I/O Board, Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3, Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 Lite , Raspberry Pi Compute Module I/O Board Camera Display Adaptor, 5v 2.5A Power Supply, USB A to micro B cable and 4x Jumper wires
R1,751.61  Inc VAT
R3,668.50
Revolution Pi Core 3 powered by Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 (RevPi Core 3)
Quad-core power for Revolution Pi! Get the RevPi Core 3 – equipped with the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 – if you need high performance to fulfill your tasks. The multi-core processor by Broadcom has enough power for complex tasks such as image processing. A customized version of Raspbian incl. an RT patch is preinstalled.

Connectors2 x USB A / 1 x RJ45 Ethernet / 1 x Micro HDMI / 1 x Micro USB
Power supply12V - 24V
IP codeIP20

Flyer for Revolution Pi: https://revolution.kunbus.de/wp-content/uploads/manuell/datenblatt/revolution_pi_flyer_en.pdf



Technical Data

  • Housing dimensions (H x W x D) 96 x 22.5 x 110.5 mm
  • Housing type DIN rail housing (for DIN rail version EN 50022)
  • Housing material Polycarbonate
  • Weight approx. 115 g
  • Protection class IP20
  • Power supply min. 10.7 V - max. 28.8 V 1
  • Max. power consumption 10 Watt (incl. 2 x 450 mA USB load) 2
  • Operating temperature -40 °C to +55 °C (exceeds EN61131-2 requirements) 3
  • Storage temperature -40 °C to +85 °C (exceeds EN61131-2 requirements)
  • Humidity (40°C) up to 93% (non-condensing)
  • Interfaces
  • 2 x USB 2.0 A (each can be charged with 500mA) | 1 x Micro-USB |
  • 1 x Micro HDMI | 1 x RJ45 (Ethernet) 10/100 Mbit/s
  • Processor BCM2837, 1.2 GHz, quad-core
  • RAM 1 GByte
  • Flash 4 GByte
  • Polarity protection Yes
  • ESD protection 4 kV / 8 kV (according to EN61131-2 and IEC 61000-6-2)
  • EMI tests Passed (according to EN61131-2 and IEC 61000-6-2)
  • Surge/Burst tests Passed (according to EN61131-2 and IEC 61000-6-2 using
  • power supply , Ethernet line and IO lines)
  • Buffer time RTC min. 24 h
  • Optical indicator Three status LEDs (bi-color), two of them freely programmable
  • Operating system customized Raspbian incl. RT-Patch

RevPi Core 3 can only drive 2 x 500 mA USB 5 V supply using input voltages greater than 11 V. EN61131 demands a minimum of 10 ms tolerance against power failure which can only be
guaranteed with input voltages form 20.4 V to 28.8 V. At 12 V input voltage this time decreases drastically, especially when driving loads by USB ports.

The average power consumption without USB loads vary widely and depends on the specific use of interfaces, GPU and CPU. Not using the HDMI interface keeps the power consumption of
RevPi Core 3 generally below 4 Watt.

There should be no cutbacks of compute power at ambient temperatures under 20°C.At 25°C ambient temperature 3 cores may run with full clock speed while with 4 cores the clock frequency
is lowered from 1.2 to 1.1 GHz after 10 to 20 minutes of full stress. At 40°C ambient temperature 4 cores under full stress will still work with 1 GHz while stressing just 1 core results in no
down clocking. At 50°C ambient temperature 4 fully stressed cores are running at average 0.7 GHz, having short down clockings to 0.6 GHz and short up clockings to 0.9 GHz. ,1 core under full
stress does result in no down clocking. At 65°C ambient temperature and either 4 or 1 core under full stress results in an “emergency mode” with just 0.4 GHz, after longer periods even 0.3 GHz.

Tutorials available at https://revolution.kunbus.com/tutorials/

R3,725.17  Inc VAT
R4,299.90
Compute Module IO Board Plus for Raspberry Pi Compute 3 and Compute 3 Lite (WS compute IO board)

Overview

The Compute Module IO Board Plus is a development board which you can plug a Raspberry Pi Compute Module into, and make use of the resources of Pi more flexibly. It is compatible with the Compute Module IO Board V3 from the Raspberry Pi Foundation, along with various common use components.

Compute Module IO Board Plus Features

  • Compatible with the Compute Module IO Board V3 from the Raspberry Pi Foundation
  • Raspberry Pi GPIO header, for connecting sorts of Raspberry Pi HATs
  • Arduino connectivity, also supports Arduino shields
  • 1-WIRE interface, for connecting single-bus devices like DS18B20
  • 4x keys, 4x LEDs, 1x Buzzer, for I/O testing
  • Onboard USB HUB, allows connecting more USB devices
  • IR receiver, IR remote control is available
  • Onboard USB TO UART, for serial debugging
  • Sensor interface
  • 10-bit ADC, 38KSPS, 11-ch (6-ch for Arduino interface, 5-ch for sensors)
  • 16-bit DAC, 2-ch
  • Onboard RTC, one of the most common and useful functions

What's on the Compute Module IO Board Plus


  1. Compute Module interface: for connecting Compute Module 3 OR Compute Module 3 Lite
  2. Compute Module GPIO header: breakout all the Compute Module pins
  3. Raspberry Pi GPIO header: for connecting Raspberry Pi HATs
  4. CSI interface: camera ports, for connecting Raspberry Pi Camera
  5. DSI interface: display ports, for connecting Raspberry Pi LCD
  6. HDMI port
  7. USB ports: for connecting USB devices
  8. USB SLAVE interface: allows you to burn system image in to Compute Module 3
  9. USB TO UART interface: for serial debugging
  10. Arduino header: for connecting Arduino shields
  11. AD/DA input/output screw terminals
  12. 1-WIRE interface: for connecting single-bus devices like DS18B20
  13. Sensor interface
  14. Power port: 5V 2.5A
  15. FE1.1S: USB HUB chip
  16. 12MHz crystal
  17. CP2102: USB TO UART converter
  18. Micro SD card slot: insert a Micro SD card with pre-burnt system, to start up Compute Module 3 Lite
  19. TLC1543: AD converter
  20. DAC8552: 16-bit DAC, 2-ch
  21. DS3231: high-precision RTC chip, I2C interface
  22. RTC battery holder: supports CR1220 batteries
  23. Voltage regulator: 3.3V / 2.5V / 1.8V 
  24. LFN0038K: IR receiver
  25. Buzzer
  26. Power indicator
  27. ACT indicator: indicating the Micro SD card status
  28. User LEDs
  29. User Keys
  30. BOOT selection
    • EN: enable the PC to access SD card/eMMC through USB SLAVE
    • DIS: the Compute Module will boot from SD card/eMMC
  31. VGx power selection: config the I/O level
  32. USB HUB enable jumper: HUB enable and USB SLAVE power selection
  33. ADC/DAC configuration: config the power supply and reference voltage of ADC/DAC
  34. Peripheral configuration: config the control pins of UART, user keys, user LEDs, 1-WIRE interface, IR receiver, and buzzer
  35. Arduino AD selection
    • connect 1 and 2: Arduino A0-A5 as digital control pin
    • connect 2 and 3: Arduino A0-A5 as AD input

Dimensions

Development Resources

Wiki : www.waveshare.com/wiki/Compute_Module_IO_Board_Plus

R533.61  Inc VAT
R729.90
Revolution Pi DIO - Digital I/O expansion module (RevPi Digital IO)

Using the digital I/O - module RevPi DIO your Revolution Pi system can be expanded by 14 digital inputs and 14 digital outputs. This expansion module is connected to your base module by the means of the overhead PiBridge plug.

 The required PiPridge Plug (Item No.: 100204) and a set of 14-pole PCB female connectors (Item No.: 200030) are already included in the scope of delivery of this expansion module.

Compatible base modulesRevPi Core 3 (Article No. 100257)
RevPi Core (Article No. 100102)
RevPi Connect (Article No. 100274)
No. of Inputs14
No. of Outputs14
Power supply24V
IP codeIP20


Housing dimensions (H x W x D)
96 x 22.5 x 110.5 mm
Housing type
DIN rail housing (for DIN rail version EN 50022)
Housing material
Polycarbonate
Weight
approx. 100 g / 130 g (incl. connectors)
IP Code
IP20
Power supply
12-24 V DC -15% / +20% (X2 and X4) 1
Max. power consumption
1.5 Watt (X4/power supply)
Operating temperature
-40 °C....+55 °C
Storage temperature
-40 °C....+85 °C
Humidity (at 40°C)
93% (non-condensing)
Connectors
2 x 4-pole screw-type terminal for power supply
2 x 14-pin socket connectors with spring clamp contacts (0.2 - 1.5 mm²) for IOs, pitch 3.5 mm (Wieland Item No. 27.630.4453.0)
Optical indicator
3 status LEDs (bi-color)
Number of digital input channels
14
Input type
Galvanically isolated from the system bus and from the outputs, individually configurable as direct digital input, counter rising edge, counter falling edge or together with neighboured input as encoder 2
Input current limitation
2.4 mA (at 24 V power supply)
Input thresholds
At 24 V compatible according to EN61131-2 to Type I and III sensors
Digital debounce circuit
Collectively adjustable for all inputs: off, 25 μs, 750 μs or 3 ms
Maximum frequency resolution of the counter inputs
2 kHz (corresponding to 500 Hz encoder sequence)
Alarm
For auxiliary voltages below 19 V and below 9 V,
overtemperature
Input protection
According to EN 61131-2 (IEC 61000-4-4, -5, -6, and -2) against overvoltage, negative voltages, burst, surge, ESD, RFI
Number of digital output channels
14
Output type
Galvanically isolated from the system bus and the inputs,
individually configurable as direct digital output with high-side
or push-pull drivers as well as a PWM output 3
Maximum current per output
500 mA (high-side mode), 100 mA (push-pull mode)
PWM frequency
Collectively selectable for all outputs: 40 Hz, 80 Hz, 160 Hz,
200 Hz, 400 Hz 3
Alarm
Thermal shutdown or short circuit of outputs (individually for each output)
Dual watchdog function
In the event of communication failure with the controller (after 50 ms) or internal communication with the CPU (after 9 ms, hardware-controlled), the outputs are reseted to zero
Output protection
According to EN 61131-2 (IEC 61000-4-4, -5, -6, and -2) against short circuit, overload, external voltage, negative voltages, burst, surge, ESD, RFI
Compatible modules for system expansion
All RevPi base module, expansion modules and RevPi Gate
modules (connected via overhead PiBridge connector)
Protection of the power supply inputs
Reverse polarity protected, overvoltage protection
CE conformity
Yes
RoHS conformity
Yes
Surge/Burst tests
Passed (according to EN61131-2 and IEC 61000-6-2)

Technical data also available in pdf format: https://revolution.kunbus.com/download/1436

Tutorials available at https://revolution.kunbus.com/tutorials/


R3,379.90  Inc VAT
Revolution Pi Analog I/O expansion module (RevPi Analog I/O)

Using the analog I/O - module RevPi AIO your RevPi base module can be expanded by 4 analog inputs, 2 analog outputs and 2 RTD input channels. This expansion module is connected to your base module by the means of the overhead PiBridge plug. Inputs, RTD inputs and outputs are galvanically isolated to each other. Differential inputs eliminate ground loops.

Analog input range/options: +/- 10 V, 0 – 10 V, 0 – 5 V, +/- 5 V, 0 – 20 mA, 0 – 24 mA, 4 – 20 mA, +/- 25 mA

Analog outputs range/options: 0 – 5 V, 0 – 10 V, +/- 5 V, +/- 10 V, 0 – 5,5 V, 0 – 11 V, +/- 5,5 V, +/- 11 V, 4 – 20 mA, 0 – 20 mA, 0 – 24 mA

The 2 RTD inputs enable temperatures to be measured with high precision from -165°C to +600°C in steps of 0.5°C using common RTDs sensors like Pt100/Pt1000 probes. The probes can be connected directly to the module with 2, 3 or 4 cables.

Just like the digital IO modules, RevPi AIO is protected against disturbances according to EN61131-2 and can be operated between -40 and +50°C ambient temperature and up to 80% relative humidity. It is also protected against static discharges, burst and surge impulses in accordance with EN61131-2 requirements.

The required PiPridge Plug (Item No.: 100204) and a set of 14-pole PCB female connectors (Item No.: 200030) are already included in the scope of delivery of this expansion module.

Compatible base modulesRevPi Core 3 (Article No. 100257)
RevPi Core (Article No. 100102)
RevPi Connect (Article No. 100274)
No. of Inputs4
No. of Outputs2
No. of RTD channels2
Power supply24V
IP codeIP20


Compliance
EN61131-2
Housing dimensions (H x W x D)
96 x 22.5 x 110.5 mm
Housing type
DIN rail housing (for DIN rail version EN 50022)
Housing material
Polycarbonate
Weight
approx. 115 g
IP Code
IP20
Power supply
12 - 24 V (-15%/+20%)
Current consumption
max. 200 mA at 24V (full load)
max. 400 mA at 12V (full load)
max. 500 mA during start up
Operating temperature
-30…+55 °C
Storage temperature
-40…+85 °C
Humidity (at 40 °C)
93 % (non-condensing)
Voltage measuring range
±10 V | ±5 V | 0…10 V | 0…5 V
Current measuring range
0…20 mA | 0…24 mA | 4…20 mA | ±25 mA
Temperature measuring range
-200…+850 °C
Voltage output range
±10 V | ±11 V | ±5 V | ±5.5 V | 0…10 V | 0…11 V |0…5 V | 0…5.5 V
Current output range
0…20 mA | 0…24 mA | 4…20 mA
Number of input channels
6
for voltage max 4
for current max 4
for RTD (Pt100/Pt1000) 2
Number of output channels
2
for voltage max 2
for current max 2
Galvanic isolation
Input to Input No
Input to Output Yes
Output to Output No
System bus to inputs/outputs Yes
Input type
Voltage/current - differential
RTD 2-, 3-, 4-wire
Output type
single ended, common ground, short-circuit proof
ADC type
24 bit ΔΣ
DAC type
16 bit
Input resolution in process image
Voltage 1 mV (16 bit)
Current 1 μA (16 bit)
Temperature 0.1 K (16 bit)
Output resolution in process image
Voltage 1 mV (16 bit)
Current 1 μA (16 bit)
Max. overall input error (at 25 °C ambient temperature)
Voltage (for all ranges) ±10 mV (±5 mV @ 0…5 V range)
Current (for all ranges) ±20 μA (±24 μA @ 0…24 μA range)
Temperature (for complete range) ±0.5 K
Max. overall input error (for -30…+55 °C ambient temperature)
Voltage (for all ranges) ±10 mV
Current (for all ranges) ±72 μA
Temperature (for complete range) ±1.5 K
Max. overall output error (at 25 °C ambient temperature)
Voltage (for all ranges) ±15 mV
Current (for all ranges) ±20 μA
Max. overall output error (for -30…+55 °C ambient temperature)
Voltage (for all ranges) ±15 mV
Current (for all ranges) ±72 μA
Input conversion time (data rate in process image)
8…1000 ms (adjustable)
Output data rate
1 PiBridge cycle
Output slew rate
Adjustable digital slew rate control - 1 [email protected] kHz up to 128 [email protected] kHz
Input impedance
Voltage >900 kΩ
Current <250 Ω
Output impedance
Voltage <16 Ω
Max. capacitive load 5 nF @ 1 kΩ
Max. load resistance for current output
600 Ω
Min. load resistance for voltage output
1 kΩ
Further features
All inputs and outputs are linear scalable
Overtemperature monitoring
Overcurrent monitoring
Range monitoring
Optical indicator
3 status LEDs (bi-color)

Technical data also available in pdf format: https://revolution.kunbus.de/wp-content/uploads/manuell/datenblatt/Datasheet_RevPi_AIO.pdf

Tutorials available at https://revolution.kunbus.com/tutorials/

R5,799.90  Inc VAT
RPI COMPUTE3 DEVELOPMENT KIT (C2 Compute kit)

Product Overview

This is the main development kit I/O board into which the Compute Module SODIMM board is connected. It also contains all of the necessary interface ports to allow an engineer to design and test their own prototype application. The modules simplify the design process engineers need to undertake when developing a System on Module (SoM) solution into their final product. Engineers do not need to concern themselves with the complexities of interfacing with the BCM2837 processor directly and instead can concentrate on designing the interfaces to their own I/O board and their application software . This simplicity fosters rapid development. A Raspberry Pi Compute Module I/O Board Camera Display Adaptor is included in the kit to connect a standard Raspberry Pi camera board or Raspberry Pi display to the Compute Module I/O Board. The I/O board contains the following interfaces:
  • Multiple GPIO interfaces on 2 60 way 0.1" Headers
  • 1 x Micro USB connector type B - USB Slave
  • 1 x USB connector type A - USB Host
  • 2 x CSI ports for camera boards
  • 2 x DSI ports for display boards
  • Full size HDMI port
  • Micro USB power connector
  • Micro SD connector
  • SOFTWARE - ARMv7 Instruction Set, and a mature and stable Linux software stack

Kit Contents

  • Raspberry Pi Compute Module I/O Board
  • Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3
  • Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 Lite
  • Raspberry Pi Compute Module I/O Board Camera Display Adaptor
  • 5v 2.5A Power Supply
  • USB A to micro B cable
  • 4 x Jumper wires
Contents:Raspberry Pi Compute Module I/O Board, Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3, Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 Lite , Raspberry Pi Compute Module I/O Board Camera Display Adaptor, 5v 2.5A Power Supply, USB A to micro B cable and 4x Jumper wires
R1,751.61  Inc VAT
R3,668.50
Sandisk industrial micro SD 16GB C10 (Off Industrial uSD 16GB Sandisk)

The SanDisk Industrial SD™ and microSD™ cards deliver superior endurance and reliability for demanding industrial applications across a wide range of operational requirements. Typical applications include commercial surveillance cameras, drones, Industrial IoT gateways, factory automation, and network equipment. These hard-working, connected devices can now take advantage of a powerful suite of features available in our industrial-grade flash storage solutions:

  • Fast Read/Write performance enables high bit-rate video streams for commercial imaging applications such as surveillance and Industrial IoT
  • “Smart” features including Health Status Monitor for proactive device status monitoring, and Automatic Read Refresh to prevent flash storage from being corrupt
  • Class 10
  • 16GB
  • SDA 3.0 High Speed
  • -25°C to 85°C
R190.66  Inc VAT
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