Posts tagged with: raspberry pi
Part of the fun of playing with Raspberry Pi Zeroes is that their tiny size means they can be fitted into an amazing variety of cases/enclosures and unusual spaces.
My solar inverter doesn't include any external monitoring or data collection. But it does have an RS232 socket - Raspberry Pi Zero to the rescue! This is a scratch pad page for the project
Look inwards Mr Pi, see your self as you are and then you can be the change you wish to see.
AKA - stick a camera on a Pi, point the camera at the Pi, set it up to take regular pictures, compare them against previous pictures and log/alert someone if there is any change.
Here's my Pi Zero that runs Apache, Grav CMS, and various other webby type stuff. It serves this blog site internally and acts as a general playground for me to mess about with a web server.