@Chip Spencer No, I don't. No need for it. But you could. I think it probably will throttle after 10mins of full load.
The links seem to be dead. Cannot access the web pages from Europe.
For those who want to keep the accelshim, this might be helpful:
40 Pin GPIO Stacking Header
Thank you very much for the keybord gift. Has arrived safely at my home promptly after you annoucement. :-)
(1) I had removed the accelshim as it was of no use for me. So, I am not missing the auto-rotation. If it would really be need, then a short extension cord would help as the GPIO p...
Final Solution on Heat Management:
Armor Case (Berrybase).
Around 35°C at idle
Below 60°C at high loads
The Raspad doesn't turn off the display when shutdown via Menu/Shell. Pi turns off, but not the rest. So do not forget to also hit the on/off button after Pi shut down, as it would alwa...
Raspad - The Pi Maker's mobile Tool #1.
Raspad - Pi up your Maker's Life.
@RasPad Support Many thanks for the hint. I will test and report.
@Méziane Bourassé Yes, simply remove the internal SD Card adapter and plugin an SD card. Works just fine.
There is a little switch next to the fan connector on the Raspad daughter board which sets the cpu fan speed from Hi to Lo. This reduces the noise somewhat.
@David Hardingham It will climp over 70 degree C very fast and if you have load it'll go over 80 and then trottle the clock rate.
That is too bad! Hope you will get your replacement soon.
The autorotate feature was too sensitive and I often had to rotate the Raspad to keep it in the desired mode (landscape mostly). I have removed the sensor from the Pi4 GPIO pins for now...
I just tried another solution:
I removed the fan and the small black heat sink from the SoC. I replaced it with two Pi4 SoC heat sinks by glueing the thermal pad half/half onto the surface. Meanin...