barismomo
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PIC and RASPEBERRY

Sun Dec 27, 2015 5:08 pm

Hi,
I am PIC user, and I never use Raspberry,. So my question is possible to use PIC with Raspberry togheter, for example I connect all my sensors to the PIC and send all data to Raspberry board ?
Or it is possible to use raspberry only and connect all sensors ?
what it is the best way for
perform
easy
time
money

Thks

BerryPicker
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Re: PIC and RASPEBERRY

Sun Dec 27, 2015 5:29 pm

I suggest taking a look here
http://chipkit.net/tag/raspberry-pi/
Blisteringly fast and still available

barismomo
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Re: PIC and RASPEBERRY

Sun Dec 27, 2015 5:54 pm

Thank you
If I understand it is PIC32 that He can communicate with raspberry

hampi
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Re: PIC and RASPEBERRY

Sun Dec 27, 2015 6:10 pm

barismomo wrote:Or it is possible to use raspberry only and connect all sensors ?
Usually it is best to use Raspberry Pi and sensors without an extra micro-controller PIC, AVR or similar. But that depends on the sensors too. For example Raspberry Pi needs a separate A/D-converter chip to read analog voltages. Many of the basic micro-controllers have the A/D-converter on the same chip, which might be a good reason to add such a controller to the system.

barismomo
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Re: PIC and RASPEBERRY

Sun Dec 27, 2015 6:28 pm

thanks, sorry I am just new with raspberry and my friend told that it is good for my project.
it is true I use many many sensors and I not such how many sensors i can t put in the board, i am just little bit confuse

barismomo
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Re: PIC and RASPEBERRY

Sun Dec 27, 2015 6:33 pm

the only reason i want to use raspeberry it is to see my data or control in my pc or tablet ( i learn new skills :D ),

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