Raspberry Pi 3 Basic Kit

brand: SainSmart 1 SKU: 101-40-C61 Variants ID: 51321735444

This Basic Kit includes the latest edition of the Raspberry Pi family - The Raspberry Pi 3 Model B and everything you need to get up and running within minutes in the exciting world of Raspberry Pi.

  • Accessories include heat sinks and power adapter.
  • Power Supply Charger: 5V 2A USB
  • All the existing Raspberry Pi 2 accessories and kits are fully compatible with the Raspberry Pi 3.
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    SPECIFICATION

    Raspberry Pi 3 - Model B

    CPU 1.2GHz Quad-Core ARM Cortex-A53
    Wireless LAN 802.11 bgn
    Bluetooth Bluetooth 4.1
    RAM 1GB
    USB Ports 4
    GPIO  40 pins
    HDMI Yes
    Camera interface (CSI) Yes
    Display interface (DSI) Yes
    Micro SD Slot Yes
    Ethernet Port Yes
    Power Source Mirco USB 5V/2.5A 

     

      Power Charger Adapter:

      • INPUT: AC 100V-240V 50/60 Hz
      • OUTPUT: DC 5V 2A

      WHAT'S IN THE PACKAGE
      • 1x New Raspberry Pi 3 Model B
      • 3x Aluminum Heatsinks
      • 1x SainSmart 5V Micro USB Charger EU (CE Certification)
      • 1x SainSmart Quick-Start Guide (including Codes & tutorials download link)
      • 1x Black Case (optional)

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      JR
      12/27/2017
      John Radenberg

      Worked for smart lamp - didn't work for media repeater

      This worked great to build an Alexa controlled smart lamp using the fauxmo python application. Did not work well as a video stream unicast to multicast converter. The 2nd application was to take a unicast mpeg-ts stream sent from a PC and repeat it to a multicast stream that could a cable company's settop box could tune. There were periodic freezes in the repeated steram. This was strange, as a Raspberry 2 was able to perform the same function.