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==Notes==
  
 
Please note that all information on this page is provisional.  Details relate to the default Debian distribution on the Alpha boards unless otherwise noted.
 
Please note that all information on this page is provisional.  Details relate to the default Debian distribution on the Alpha boards unless otherwise noted.
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''Discuss: [http://www.raspberrypi.org/forum/?mingleforumaction=viewtopic&t=247 http://www.raspberrypi.org/forum/?mingleforumaction=viewtopic&t=247]''
 
''Discuss: [http://www.raspberrypi.org/forum/?mingleforumaction=viewtopic&t=247 http://www.raspberrypi.org/forum/?mingleforumaction=viewtopic&t=247]''
  
= USB Keyboards =
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== USB Keyboards ==
 
USB keyboards that present themselves as a standard HID device should work.  The following is a list of specific keyboards known to work and which appear to be fault-free.
 
USB keyboards that present themselves as a standard HID device should work.  The following is a list of specific keyboards known to work and which appear to be fault-free.
  
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* Logitech diNovo Mini wireless keyboard with media controls and clickpad 920-000586
 
* Logitech diNovo Mini wireless keyboard with media controls and clickpad 920-000586
  
= USB Mouse devices =
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== USB Mouse devices ==
 
USB mouse devices that present themselves as a standard HID device should work.  The following is a list of specific mouse devices known to work and which appear to be fault-free.
 
USB mouse devices that present themselves as a standard HID device should work.  The following is a list of specific mouse devices known to work and which appear to be fault-free.
  
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** ZyDAS zd1211rw chipset
 
** ZyDAS zd1211rw chipset
  
= USB Bluetooth adapters =
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== USB Bluetooth adapters ==
  
= USB Ethernet adapters =
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== USB Ethernet adapters ==
  
= USB UART adapters =
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== USB UART adapters ==
 
The USB UART adapter is used to access the serial console of the Raspberry Pi from a development host such as a laptop or desktop PC.  The USB end connects to the PC and the UART header end connects to the USB.  While it is possible to connect the USB end to another Raspberry Pi, this configuration has not been tested unless explicitly mentioned against an individual entry below.
 
The USB UART adapter is used to access the serial console of the Raspberry Pi from a development host such as a laptop or desktop PC.  The USB end connects to the PC and the UART header end connects to the USB.  While it is possible to connect the USB end to another Raspberry Pi, this configuration has not been tested unless explicitly mentioned against an individual entry below.
  
= Power adapters =
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== Power adapters ==
 
* Alpha board: Stontronics S2097ST switching PSU, 7.5V 1.6A
 
* Alpha board: Stontronics S2097ST switching PSU, 7.5V 1.6A
  
= SDHC cards =
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== SDHC cards ==
  
==Working Cards==
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===Working Cards===
 
* Adata Class 10 8GB (AUSDH8GCL10-R)
 
* Adata Class 10 8GB (AUSDH8GCL10-R)
 
* Dane-Elec 16Gb class 4
 
* Dane-Elec 16Gb class 4
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* Transcend SDHC 8GB class 6
 
* Transcend SDHC 8GB class 6
  
==Problem Cards==
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===Problem Cards===
 
(Anything class 10 has issues, hopefully it's the fault of Linux and will be fixed soon.)
 
(Anything class 10 has issues, hopefully it's the fault of Linux and will be fixed soon.)
 
* Patriot Class 10 8GB (PSF8GSDHC10)
 
* Patriot Class 10 8GB (PSF8GSDHC10)
  
==3rd Party considerations==
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===3rd Party considerations===
 
http://www.sakoman.com/OMAP/microsd-card-perfomance-test-results.html
 
http://www.sakoman.com/OMAP/microsd-card-perfomance-test-results.html
  
= Foreign Language Translations =
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== Foreign Language Translations ==
 
* [[Ru:RaspberryPiBoardVerifiedPeripherals]]
 
* [[Ru:RaspberryPiBoardVerifiedPeripherals]]
  
  
 
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Revision as of 16:36, 30 January 2012


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Hardware & Peripherals:

Hardware - detailed information about the Raspberry Pi boards.

Hardware History - guide to the Raspberry Pi models.

Low-level Peripherals - using the GPIO and other connectors.

Expansion Boards - GPIO plug-in boards providing additional functionality.

Screens - attaching a screen to the Raspberry Pi.

Cases - lots of nice cases to protect the Raspberry Pi.

Other Peripherals - all sorts of peripherals used with the Raspberry Pi.

Notes

Please note that all information on this page is provisional. Details relate to the default Debian distribution on the Alpha boards unless otherwise noted.

Discuss: http://www.raspberrypi.org/forum/?mingleforumaction=viewtopic&t=247

USB Keyboards

USB keyboards that present themselves as a standard HID device should work. The following is a list of specific keyboards known to work and which appear to be fault-free.

  • Logitech Wii wireless keyboard KG-0802
  • Fujitsu Siemens KB SC USB UK
  • Logitech diNovo Mini wireless keyboard with media controls and clickpad 920-000586

USB Mouse devices

USB mouse devices that present themselves as a standard HID device should work. The following is a list of specific mouse devices known to work and which appear to be fault-free.

  • Microsoft Wheel Optical Mouse (wheel and additional buttons not tested)

USB WiFi Adapters

  • Tenda USB 11n adapter on a G network
    • Ralink 2870/3070 driver
  • Netgear WG111v2
    • Realtek rtl8187 chipset
  • 3COM 3CRUSB10075
    • ZyDAS zd1211rw chipset

USB Bluetooth adapters

USB Ethernet adapters

USB UART adapters

The USB UART adapter is used to access the serial console of the Raspberry Pi from a development host such as a laptop or desktop PC. The USB end connects to the PC and the UART header end connects to the USB. While it is possible to connect the USB end to another Raspberry Pi, this configuration has not been tested unless explicitly mentioned against an individual entry below.

Power adapters

  • Alpha board: Stontronics S2097ST switching PSU, 7.5V 1.6A

SDHC cards

Working Cards

  • Adata Class 10 8GB (AUSDH8GCL10-R)
  • Dane-Elec 16Gb class 4
  • Kingston SDHC 8GB class 4
  • Kingstone SD 2GB (no class mentioned)
  • Kingston SDHC 8GB class 4
  • SanDisk Ultra 2GB Class 4 (15MB/s)
  • Sandisk Ultra II SD 2GB class 4
  • Sandisk 2GB (non sdhc but with a circle 2), writes at 3.5 Mb/s
  • Transcend SDHC 8GB class 6

Problem Cards

(Anything class 10 has issues, hopefully it's the fault of Linux and will be fixed soon.)

  • Patriot Class 10 8GB (PSF8GSDHC10)

3rd Party considerations

http://www.sakoman.com/OMAP/microsd-card-perfomance-test-results.html

Foreign Language Translations