You mean like the people who used a Pi to do population studies of penguins, in Antarctica?ab1jx wrote: ↑Sun Aug 20, 2017 2:27 pmI'd look at Beaglebone or Odroid, maybe Allwinner, there's another I can't think of right now. You'd have to look up the spec sheets yourself. But yeah, for some applications like a nature camera in the winter temperature range would be crucial. Not to mention automotive projects.
There is nothing useful under the "Industrial Use" page
Bob just let me understand your inquiry. Are you looking for alternatives cause Pi isn't industrial or are you looking for a Pi equivalent ... cause you don't like ... whatever ... its ARM processor basis too and you need a different type of processor ... or the USB powering method and you need robust terminals to connect power too?
Nice device, but ouch on the price (350euro).SuperJojo2001 wrote: ↑Tue Oct 31, 2017 3:44 pmhttps://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/holger ... on-part-1/
Am I to understand these Hilscher guys are building boards using the Raspi SoC?Now enter the NetPI. Hilscher has built an industrial gateway hardware that combines the standard Raspberry Pi 3 Broadcom SOC
As SuperJojo2001 linked, they've used the Element14 Pi Customisation service. So Element14 are sourcing the SoC and altering the Pi licenced designs to meet Hilscher's requirement. Quantities are still going to have to be in the thousands to make it vaguely economic.Heater wrote: ↑Tue Oct 31, 2017 8:23 pmInteresting,Am I to understand these Hilscher guys are building boards using the Raspi SoC?Now enter the NetPI. Hilscher has built an industrial gateway hardware that combines the standard Raspberry Pi 3 Broadcom SOC
Which I have been told since forever is not available unless you want to buy a million of them?
I don't believe these Hilscher guys are going to sell a million of their box.
Nice one. Were these simply the testing environments you use - could they go further in each direction or is that where they became erratic?Sergey RS Russia wrote: ↑Wed Nov 08, 2017 1:26 pmHi all,
we tested Rpi3 and Rpi2 for industrial temperature range. Let you see our article https://habrahabr.ru/post/318486/ (in Russian).
During these tests RPi 3 boards started and worked in temperature range from -35℃ to +90℃, RPi 2 – from -45℃ to +106℃. These ranges are close to industrial grade electronic components -40℃…+85℃ on the boards.
Sergey, RS Russia
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