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Clipped on: 2013-07-24

Pato surveillance system

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      • Camillo on
        July 24, 2013 at 4:11 pm said:

        Very interesting.
        I wonder how the Raspberry itself is powered; how does hi manage to power all does USB devices without a powered USB hub? With my Raspberry 256MB I have a lot of power problems…

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