Quick Start Guide
Learn how to get your RevPi Core running in no time at all.
Tutorial 01 – Creation of an image
See how easy it is to create an image of your actual Raspian system of the Revolution Pi.
Tutorial 02 – Initial setup
See how easy it is to connect your Revolution Pi system to the power supply and boot it for the first time.
Tutorial 03 – Network
See how you can view your own IP address of your RevPi Core Module.
Tutorial 04 – Headless
We show you, how you can access your RevPi Core without connecting mouse and keyboard.
Tutorial 05 – Change Passwords
In this tutorial, we show you, how you can change the passwords of your RevPi Core.
Tutorial 06 – WLAN setup
In this tutorial, we show you, how to setup a WLAN connection with your RevPi Core.
Tutorial 07 – Static IP Adress
Learn how to setup a static/fixed IP address for your RevPi Core Module.
Tutorial 08 – Digital IO Modules
We show you how the digital IO modules work and how you can use them within your industial environment.
Tutorial 09 – PiCtory
We show you how you start PiCtory and give you an overview over the different areas.
Tutorial 10 – Python headless
We show you how you can write a Hello-World program in Python within the headless mode.
Tutorial 11 – Python on the graphical user environment
We show you how you can write a Hello-World programme on the graphical user environment.
Tutorial 12 – Digital IO Modules application example
We show you how you can use in- and outputs of your digital IO module.
Tutorial 13 – PiTest source code
We show you how easily you can create your own C program. In our application example we set up a light switch.
Tutorial 14 – Counter and Encoder
We show you, how you can use the counter inputs and use encoders.
Tutorial 15 – PWM on RevPi DIO
In this episode we’ll show you how easy it is to use the PWM outputs of your RevPi DIO. We dim a small light and show how different PWM frequencies are being displayed.
Tutorial 16 – Access to process image using Python
We show you how to create a running light with Python. We will also show you how to access process data via the PiCtory variables.
Tutorial 17 – logi.CAD3
We’ll show you how to create a running-light application on an industrial level. Namely with the logi.CAD3 software PLC. You will be shown everything from the installation of the IDE to the import of the running-light application to the execution and the live debugging.
Tutorial 18 – logi.CAD3 license
We show you how to obtain and install the license so that you can use your RevPi Core as a PLC.
Tutorial 19 – Community
This is about you, the community! The community lives from you and we will show you how to interact with other RevPi users.
Tutorial 20 – Modbus TCP Master
We will show you how easy it is to set up a Modbus TCP Master. For this purpose, we measure the room temperature with a Modbus TCP slave.
Tutorial 21 – Modbus RTU Master
We show you how easy it is to use a Modbus RTU Master can configure. For this purpose we read data from a RFID card reader.
Tutorial 22 – Modbus TCP Slave
We will show you how easy it is to set up a Modbus TCP Slave. For this purpose we read data from a RFID card reader.
Tutorial 23 – Modbus RTU Slave
We will show you how easy it is to set up a Modbus RTU slave. For this we use the software QModMaster.
Removed – Tutorial 24 – TeamViewer-RevPi Beta
Tutorial 24.1 – TeamViewer IoT
This 2-minute video shows you just how simple it is to connect your first IoT device (like the RevPi) with your TeamViewer IoT account. Many thanks to TeamViewer for creating and providing this video.
Tutorial 25 – Create your own RAP file
We will show you how to create your own RAP file. As an example we use the “RevPiTimer”. The tutorial is intended for experts who want to use their own device.