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The smallest Raspberry Pi computing module 4 carrier board to date

This Raspberry Pi Computing Module 4 (CM4) Usually used in deep embedded applications that require a custom carrier board. Compute Module 4 is powered by a quad-core ARM Cortex-A72 processor Raspberry Pi 4 Becomes a much smaller package. MinCab, the smallest and smallest carrier board of the Raspberry Pi CM4 board, has just been released. It comes from Ivan Kuleshow of Uptime Labs, Also responsible for Computing blade server.

MinCab hardware is just that-a mini carrier board. It provides the smallest interface with the outside world, allowing you to make a simple connection with the CM4 board. The board uses the USB-C connector to power the CM4 and disconnect some GPIO connections. Specifically, we provide 5V, 3.3V and GND signals on the MinCab board pad. More specifically, the available GPIO pins are IO2, IO3, IO4, IO12, IO13, IO14, IO15, and IO18. These pins work under standard 3.3V logic, but can also be used for I2C, serial (Tx/Rx) and pulse width modulation (PWM).

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MiniCab for Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4

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MinCab from Ivan Kuleshow

(Image source: Ivan Kuleshov)



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