element14 recently announced the availability of the new BitScope Blade range, which enables you to power and mount multiple Raspberry Pi computers. You can use every Blade with simple plug packs, 12-V batteries, solar power systems, low-cost UPSes, and passive power over Ethernet (PoE) solutions. You can use them in a variety of ways: on a desktop, wall mounted, or in racks for large-scale deployment. Blades offer full access to Raspberry Pi I/O for displays, cameras, keyboards, expansion boards, and peripherals including BitScopes, Raspberry Pi HATs, and the Raspberry Pi 7” touchscreen display.
Designed for building scalable computing solutions (e.g., stand-alone servers, private clouds, and Industrial IoT systems), the BitScope Blade is available in three editions based on the number of Raspberry Pi boards mounted.
The BitScope Blade Uno is a flexible power and mounting solution for one Raspberry Pi computer and optional HAT. It is the perfect computing platform for makers, students and engineers using the Raspberry Pi.
The BitScope Blade Duo is a desktop, rack or wall mountable power and mounting solution for a pair of Raspberry Pi computers, ideal for building a reliable stand-alone desktop and server system with the Raspberry Pi.
The BitScope Blade Quattro is a desktop, rack, or wall-mountable power and mounting solution for four Raspberry Pi computers. It’s ideal for creating computer clusters, private clouds, or build farms with the Raspberry Pi.
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