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supported_hardware:pigpio [2019/08/01 14:24]
James Sentman added hardware and software serial options
supported_hardware:pigpio [2019/08/01 14:25] (current)
James Sentman [Software Serial Port]
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 **IMPORTANT:​ The built in UART on the Pi is a TTL level serial device. It can ONLY be connected to other devices using a 3.3v serial level. If you connect it directly to a 5v device or to an RS232 device it will burn out the UART on the pi and possibly the entire pi. Use the appropriate level shifter or adaptor to safely connect a non 3.3v device to your Pi!** **IMPORTANT:​ The built in UART on the Pi is a TTL level serial device. It can ONLY be connected to other devices using a 3.3v serial level. If you connect it directly to a 5v device or to an RS232 device it will burn out the UART on the pi and possibly the entire pi. Use the appropriate level shifter or adaptor to safely connect a non 3.3v device to your Pi!**
  
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 ===More Info=== ===More Info===
 The pigpiod server has many more abilities than just the few pin types that I have supported in this first version. If you need virtual serial port passthrough,​ 1-wire support or support for the various i2c or other devices that can be connected through it please let me know and I will move that up my to do list. The pigpiod server has many more abilities than just the few pin types that I have supported in this first version. If you need virtual serial port passthrough,​ 1-wire support or support for the various i2c or other devices that can be connected through it please let me know and I will move that up my to do list.
supported_hardware/pigpio.txt · Last modified: 2019/08/01 14:25 by James Sentman