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Remaking MSR206 RS232 magnetic card reader to USB

As you might have noticed, sometimes I work as freelancer in electronics =) It applies not only to fixing PC electronics and mobile phones, but also to repairing, modifying and designing my own solutions in consumer electronics. One of the projects I worked on yesterday is modifying MSR-206 magnetic card reader to replace RS232 port …

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Build a network-attached storage (NAS) with your Raspberry Pi and an external USB hard drive.

As with all DIY projects, one of the main hassles is the enclosure to put all of the hardware in. I wanted a quick solution – didn’t have the time to make something fancy. After a while I remembered that I’ve saved my Amazon Kindle Keyboard cardboard package. The quality of the cardboard is excellent …

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How to turn an USB camera with Raspberry Pi into an Onvif IP Camera?

Introduction At this instructable, we will make a new interesting Camera solution, which have never seen before! I would like to show you how can you make connection your USB camera and Raspberry Pi with Camera SDK. The goal is to turn your webcamera to an Onvif IP Camera. Is it sounds interesting? This solution …

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How much power can be provided through USB?

We can see that the 5 volt line (+5V0) is powered directly from the USB input power, through a 1.1A, 6V Polyfuse (miniSMD). I believe this means that the 5V input is current limited to 1.1A (maximum hold current, not peak). Let’s assume that you’re powering the device from a regulated 5V supply capable of …

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A DIY Power Supply For Hi-Fi USB Audio With Your Raspberry Pi

Overview This is a guide for building a DIY power supply/regulator for powering a Raspberry Pi and a USB audio output interface. The objective is to create a pure, regulated 5.0v power supply that allows the Raspberry Pi to run stably but also, more importantly, allows the USB audio device to avoid creating jitter in …

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