Yes to that first question and to seconds one just put switch which cut the power when pushed and put that to power leads... not a pretty way but it should work...sghsmorgan wrote:So the battery guard tells the pins (with script) to shutdown the pi when the car battery gets too low? When does it turn on?
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- Mon Oct 14, 2013 10:43 am
- Forum: Troubleshooting
- Topic: Network is not reachable
- Replies: 6
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Does it also ping with names like google.com? If it pings 220.127.116.11 but not example google.com then you should check your DNS settings but if everything is working change anythingofey wrote:Hi,
I don't know why but I turned on my pi today and pinged 18.104.22.168 and it is working fine.
I have 12VDC -> USB adapter and battery guard on my setup. That 12VDC thingy get's power from battery and so does battery guard which cut power around ~10.88v and then relay tell to Pi (via GPIO) to start shutdown. I also have switch to start that same shutdown manually when I want. Could that kind ...
- Mon Oct 14, 2013 6:38 am
- Forum: General discussion
- Topic: No-Name Wireless Keyboard/Touchpad works
- Replies: 2
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I'm really sorry if somebody take this as spamming but if it's bluetooth keyboard have you tried this: http://blog.petrilopia.net/linux/raspberry-pi-bluetooth-keyboard-work/ With that keyboard? If it's working on RF without bluetooth it should start to work right away after you have plugged that USB...
- Fri Oct 04, 2013 8:32 am
- Forum: Beginners
- Topic: Battery Power for Portable Pi
- Replies: 9
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I would use any 12V battery and buy one of those gadgets that plug into the cigarette lighter and provide 5V at 1A or more to a USB connector. I'm working with my battery powered Raspberry Pi project and I was going to use those too but then I found something better. This kind of things: http://www...