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According to raspi.tv, the idle current is 120mA. Sizing the battery for 10 years: That would be an enormous battery. Based on this tomsguide.com article, a Moto G7 Power has a 5 AH battery, so yo …
answered Jun 18 '19 by rpseu
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Without providing you a step-by-step walkthrough, I can answer pieces of your question: Is it possible to tie an SD card to a Raspberry Pi? In theory, you may be able to encrypt an SD card using …
answered Jul 19 '19 by rpseu
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According to this site you may need to change your first line from this: #!/usr/bin/python3.7 to this: #!/usr/bin/env python3 The first line in my working script is this: #!/usr/bin/env python …
answered Jul 10 '19 by rpseu
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I just happened to check on a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B with Raspbian Jessie 4.9.35-v7+ this morning and found it unresponsive. IIRC, there is an LED that is normally on when the Pi is on, so I thought …
asked Jun 24 '19 by rpseu
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While I can't specifically identify them from this picture where any markings they may have are hidden, that is almost certainly the problem with your HDMI output. If you look at the three that are n …
answered Jul 9 '19 by rpseu
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I'm running Raspbian Jessie 4.9.35-v7+ on a Pi 3 Model B. I cobbled together a basic python script to monitor a GPIO pin and send a network signal to a remote application and made two copies of the s …
asked May 14 '19 by rpseu
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You simply need a very short HDMI cable and a female-female HDMI adapter. These are both standard things you could easily find on Amazon. Make sure both are rated for your application and you should …
answered Jul 19 '19 by rpseu
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I'm running Raspbian Jessie 4.9.35-v7+ on a Pi 3 Model B. I cobbled together a basic python script to monitor a GPIO pin and send a network signal to a remote application, made two copies of the scrip …
asked Jun 14 '19 by rpseu
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I actually joined StackOverflow to ask this question because I wasn't sure it was RPi specific, but as I was thinking about how to form the question, I realized it might be GPIO specific (for some rea …
asked Jul 1 '19 by rpseu
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If you want an actual button pusher for educational/entertainment needs, then you can ignore this answer. Given your description, I would assume that this physical button is a normally open push butt …
answered Jun 18 '19 by rpseu