I bought a Pi and I wanted to know how can I get it replaced. Do I need to contact the seller? or Distributor in my country?
This one: http://store.raspberrypi.com/projects/omxplayergui ??gkreidl wrote:You can use my omxplayerGUI. It is installed with Minimal Kiosk Browser, but can also be used standalone.
Thanks and its free too! Let me tryDougieLawson wrote:http://www.raspians.com/Knowledgebase/t ... omxplayer/
ha ha. I have ULN2003 and also couple of BC 547. I will use themFLYFISH TECHNOLOGIES wrote: By taking a look in a drawer, which transistors he/she has there...
So the component I connected to raspberry pi, say a motion sensor, if it is giving more than 3.3V, it will harm my Pi right? How do I protect in that case? a simple diode?DougieLawson wrote:16mA @ 3V3[avi] wrote:What is the max input current/voltage GPIO on rPi can handle?
If I am using Nokia 5110 LCD, I think its 3.3v.FLYFISH TECHNOLOGIES wrote:Hi,Depends on details... it's not possible to give you the general answer...[avi] wrote:An isolation between rPi and LCD is actually needed?
Short circuit towards which potential (voltage) ?[avi] wrote:Lets say if LCD is faulty and there is short circuit