Digital I/O Carrier Board for Raspberry Pi

The new board from Opto 22 enables the Pi to sense or switch up to 16 individually selectable electrical loads ranging from 2.5 to 280 VAC/VDC, with solid-state power and reliability.

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This new carrier board adds the ability to connect, monitor, control, and automate the large number of existing devices that were previously beyond the Pi’s built-in 3.3 VDC GPIO sensing and control capabilities. This enables Raspberry Pi developers across the world to build solutions for real-world industrial automation, remote monitoring, and discrete control applications using their Raspberry Pi and industrially hardened I/O modules. The Raspberry Pi is a flexible single-board computing platform originally designed as an educational tool for software students. It’s an extremely approachable system that can run both Linux and Windows operating systems. With a variety of input/output interfaces including USB, HDMI, and 40 3.3 VDC GPIO pins, the Raspberry Pi has been an excellent tool for rapid prototyping and development. Using its built-in GPIO pins, small electrical devices and peripherals like LEDs and push buttons can be connected through breadboards and wires to build hobby-level monitoring and control applications.

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