Rfbuehler
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Raspberry Pi 4B+

03 Jul 2019, 00:09

Are you going to have a processing module based on the Raspberry Pi 4B soon?
 
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dirk
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Re: Raspberry Pi 4B+

04 Jul 2019, 13:29

Hi Rfbuehler, unfortunately today there is no CM4 available so we have to wait here for the RaspberryPi Foundation.
 
Domenico
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Re: Raspberry Pi 4B+

14 Aug 2019, 11:45

Hi,
are there any news about the RevPi based on a Raspberry 4b? Further i would like to ask if there is a possibility to upgrade the RAM on a RevPi 3 ?
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Domenico
 
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Re: Raspberry Pi 4B+

14 Aug 2019, 13:14

Hi,
are there any news about the RevPi based on a Raspberry 4b? Further i would like to ask if there is a possibility to upgrade the RAM on a RevPi 3 ?
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Domenico
Since the RevPi is based on the Raspberry Pi Compute Module, we can only wait til the Raspi Foundation releases the Raspi 4 as a compute module version.
Unfortunatly the Foundation ain't giving much information about if they are planning to do so and when they plan to release it.

There is also a thread on the official Raspi forum about this:
https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/view ... 5&start=25

Regarding your second question: RAM upgrade is not possible. Sorry.
 
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Re: Raspberry Pi 4B+

16 Aug 2019, 13:46

Hi,
thank you. And any possibilities to upgrade the Flash storage?
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Domenico
 
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Re: Raspberry Pi 4B+

19 Aug 2019, 11:19

Hi,
thank you. And any possibilities to upgrade the Flash storage?
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Domenico
Officially we do not recommend to upgrade your system, since you have to open the product housing in order zu exchange the compute module which leads to loss of the product warranty.

If you don`t care about the warranty, I can give you following hints.
  • The compute modules are compatible with each other, which means you can replace a Compute Module 1 with an Compute Module 3+
  • The Compute Module of the RevPi Core (Item no: 100102) is only plugged in and can easily be removed.
  • The Compute Module of the RevPi Connect (Item no.:100274) can also easily be removed since it's plugged and has additionally 2 screws for fixation.
  • The Compute Module of the RevPi Core 3 (Item no:100257) is plugged and is additionally glued. To remove the glueing points without damaging the board is very tricky and we wouldn`t recommend it.
Here is also a thread, explaining how you can open the case ( https://revolution.kunbus.de/forum/vie ... ?f=4&t=232 )

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