Raspberry Pi's are back in stock

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I've just got a small shipment of PI3B+ and Pi4B 2G in. These will go out fast. There is a limit of 1 per person per week due to the massive shortage of Pi's worldwide. The price has gone up a bit due to my increased cost.
There will be some more trickling in over the next few weeks.

 

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@AAH Any chance of opening presales on the upcoming batches? I would like to order a Pi4B 2G if possible.
This lot sold out before I'd even seen your notification on FB :)
 

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The next shipment of Raspberry Pi 3B+ and 4B 2G has arrived and is now going out the door. I also have stock of BBB's and BBG's.
 

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There's a few Raspberry Pi 4 2G still in stock. I have a number of 3B+ but they will be kitted up to go out with the new rPi-PX16 when I get it tested and released. Still stock of BBB's, BBG's, fuse boards, rPi-28D+, rPi-MFC, HE123Mk2 and soooooooo much more.
 

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Hi Alan. Do you have any colour cards for rasberry Pi for controlling P5 panels?
 

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Hi Dez
Not sure what you mean by the colour cards but the rPi-P10 plugs onto a Pi to control P10's and P5's. The types it can control is limited but the more common ones it can. If it was only a few panels and you wanted some interactivity then the rPi-MFC has user inputs, 1 panel output, 1 pixel output and 1 dmx output.
 

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Ok so what does that mean “some interactivity”? I want to make a P5 tune to panel and I have a rasberry Pi so I was going to use that. Just need a cape or whatever it’s called
 

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Ok so what does that mean “some interactivity”? I want to make a P5 tune to panel and I have a rasberry Pi so I was going to use that. Just need a cape or whatever it’s called
The rpi-mfc has 3 user inputs that could be driven off some sort of sensor to flash when a person/car is detected. Or you could use it with a button to change colours or change the message that is displayed. The rpi-mfc also has an oled display and FPP navigation buttons so that you can do a lot of stuff without any connection to the pi at all.
 
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