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Raspberry Pi Model B+

Last update: 08/20/14

Better late than never. I mean I had not time this week to say anything because I've been sick and also this weekend The Foundation surprised us with the news about the revision of Raspberry Pi, taking out a new version to the market Raspberry Pi dubbed B+...

The foundation announce the Raspberry Pi Model B+

The highlight:

  • Dual step-down (buck) power supply for 3.3V and 1.8V

  • 5V supply has polarity protection, 2A fuse and hot-swap protection

  • New USB/Ethernet controller chip

  • 40 GPIO pins instead of 26. The top/first 26 pins match the original layout, 9 additional GPIO and 2 EEPROM Plate identification pins

  • 4 USB ports instead of 2 ports

  • Composite (NTSC/PAL) video now integrated into 4-pole 3.5mm 'headphone' jack

  • MicroSD card socket instead of full size SD

  • Four mounting holes in rectangular layout

  • Many connectors moved around

Links: > Raspberry Pi Model B+ And Addon Board Compatibility | Raspberry Pi B+ GPIO Header Details And Pinout

Link: > New product launch! Introducing Raspberry Pi Model B+


Link: > Raspberry Pi B+ launched

Link: > New Raspberry Pi Model B+ Revealed

Link: > First look at the new Raspberry Pi B+


Link: > First Look at the New Raspberry Pi Model B+ A quick look at the new Raspberry Pi model B+ | Testing & Setting the USB current limiter on the Raspberry Pi B+ Raspberry Pi Model B+ Launched Today | How Much Less Power does the Raspberry Pi B+ use than the old model B? | Raspberry Pi B+ testing all the GPIO ports Introducing the Raspberry Pi Model B+ | IN STOCK! Raspberry Pi Model B+

recantha: More on the #RaspberryPi B+ | New products for the #RaspberryPi B+ starting to appear | Presenting the #RaspberryPi Model B+

Youtube: ASK AN ENGINEER - LIVE electronics video show! 8PM ET Wednesday night! 7/16/14 (video)

Link: > RPi Model B+

Link: > New version of Raspberry Pi board is ready

Link: > Raspberry introduces the new Raspberry Pi Model B+

Link: > Redesign for barebones Raspberry Pi computer



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