Raspberry Pi Series Part 2: Laying Out The Basics II
Shows when SD card is processed
Shows when the board is hooked to a power voltage
Show when network is connecting at 100 Mbps.
- micro USB power adapter
- SD card
- HDMI cable
- Ethernet cable
Inside a raspberry pi kit, we also have other parts, which include –
- a powered USB hub
- a heartsink to control processor heat amounts
- A real-time clock to maintain storage of accurate time while offline
- A camera module for plugging in an external camera
- A wi-fi USB
- An optional case which is essential for protecting the open hardware parts from getting damaged. The SD card is vulnerable to damage.
The WI-FI USB enables one to connect to wireless networks, This was an added advantage especially in Model A and Model B.This is because both models did not come with pre-installed WI-FI. The Pi3, the latest Raspberry comes with an inbuIlt wi-fi thus no need for a WI-FI USB. This is an essential consideration given that you do not want your raspberry to fall into offline mode.