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So your Raspberry Pi / Arduino / other small computer has NO "on / off" button

  • 13-06-2016 1:34pm
    Closed Accounts Posts: 2,828 ✭✭✭ 5rtytry56

    This excludes the Raspberry Pi ZERO btw. (it has a specific requirement for a 3.3 volt power supply unlike the rest of the range of Pi's which use 5 volts which most smartphone recharging power cells will supply)

    Look in the smartphone shops for a generic android smartphone recharger power cell - one with its own on / off button. This button becomes the on - off power button for the Raspberry Pi.

    To clarify what I mean, I've posted a YouTube video: