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The hardware currently required is as follows - note this may change and you buy at your on risk!
 
The hardware currently required is as follows - note this may change and you buy at your on risk!
  
* Rapberry Pi4 and heatsink / fan
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* Raspberry Pi 4 and heatsink / fan
 
* 5 volt 3amp PSU - this may be connected directly to the RPi GPIO pins, see [[Ryde GPIO Connections]]
 
* 5 volt 3amp PSU - this may be connected directly to the RPi GPIO pins, see [[Ryde GPIO Connections]]
 
* Sandisk Ultra 8GB+ SD card - Pre-programmed cards may be available from the BATC shop once the project is on general release
 
* Sandisk Ultra 8GB+ SD card - Pre-programmed cards may be available from the BATC shop once the project is on general release

Revision as of 20:27, 15 July 2020

The Ryde Receiver is based around a Raspberry Pi 4 (exact model to be decided).

The hardware currently required is as follows - note this may change and you buy at your on risk!

  • Raspberry Pi 4 and heatsink / fan
  • 5 volt 3amp PSU - this may be connected directly to the RPi GPIO pins, see Ryde GPIO Connections
  • Sandisk Ultra 8GB+ SD card - Pre-programmed cards may be available from the BATC shop once the project is on general release
  • Micro to standard HDMI converter - needed to connect the RPi HDMI output to a standard monitor
  • IR receiver and remote control - see this wiki page for more details:Ryde remote controls
  • MiniTiouner V2 hardware - the Ryde phase 1 hardware connects to the standard hardware using USB

Project cases

Most of the early development protypes are being hosted on old STB cases - these provide a case, possibly a PSU and IR detector diode and front panel switches.

An example prototype hardware is shown here:

Inside Case Small.jpg