If you're in Hannover this weekend, come and see us at stand 85 at the Hannover Maker Faire !
Karl-Ludwig from Butte Verlag will present a session about Elektronisch messen mit Raspberry Pi und Bitscope Micro.
That's Electronic measurement with Raspberry Pi and BitScope Micro for our English speakers :)
Karl-Ludwig previously published a popular series of articles in Mag Pi about BitScope Micro and Raspberry Pi and he presented BitScope at BETT for education in London earlier this year.
At Hannover he'll be explaining how to get the most from BitScope Micro & Raspberry Pi with examples including an IR controlled model elevator and some fault finding examples with electronic circuits.
We'll be showing our new low cost Micro Snap prototyping boards for BitScope Micro at Hannover too.
These little boards are designed to plug into and (optionally) be powered by BitScope Micro.
You can build all sorts of simple circuits for prototyping and educational purposes.
For example, this one is a multi-vibrator.
BitScope Micro can be used to visualise circuit operation and explain to students how the electronic components work together to create an oscillator.
Micro Snap is also ideal for customized solutions for common signal conditioning problems in test, measurement and data acquisition. For example, it's often necessary to attenuate, isolate or condition input signals in some way prior to measuring them. BitScope Micro can of course use probes designed for standard oscilloscopes but using Micro Snap makes it easy to roll your own solutions.
We've been hard at work on server based solutions for industrial applications with BitScope Micro over the past few months.
At the show we'll be exhibiting BitScope Blade, our new industrial power and rack mount system for physical computing. It's custom designed to build scalable solutions for networked connected test, measurement and data acquisition.
We'll have two versions on show called Quattro Pi and Duo Pi with (you guessed it) four and two Raspberry Pi per blade.
One Raspberry Pi can power up to four BitScope Micro (as shown here) to create an 8 analog and 24 logic/timing channel solution.
When combined with BitScope Blade this can be scaled to 32 + 96 channels using just 4 Raspberry Pi and 16 BitScope Micro !
We'll have a functioning prototype at our stand and we welcome your feedback and ideas for this low cost next generation solution for physical and cluster computing with Raspberry Pi and BitScope Micro.
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