- Like Raspberry Pi, RevPi Core is equipped with common interfaces.
- Ethernet plug
Connect RevPi Core to a LAN by using the RJ45 Ethernet connector.
The RevPi Core is equipped with two USB-A connectors at the front side which can be used for USB 2.0 client devices. Both connectors can drive up to 500 mA at their 5 V supply pins. Therefore you may plug USB drives or surf sticks directly into these connectors without the need for an active USB hub.
You can connect an USB Host system (usually a PC) with the RevPi Core using the Micro-USB connector in the middle of the front plate. The RevPi Core will then boot in passive eMMC access mode and behave like an USB client memory stick. That way you may flash the module for the first time using an image file from a PC.
One Micro-HDMI plug, e.g. for connecting a video monitor.
- 1 x RJ45 Ethernet sockets
- 2 x USB 2.0 sockets
- 1 x Micro HDMI socket
- 1 x Micro USB 2.0 socket
- 2 x PiBridge (for RevPi Con expansion modules)