ET10 Board for Raspberry Pi4

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Bharat Autotech
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ET10 Board for Raspberry Pi4

Post by Bharat Autotech » Thu Jan 30, 2020 3:49 pm

Hello this is Shailesh Gaikwad from Bharat Automation Technologies (India),recently I bought ET10 Board for CNC Plasma/Flame Cutting application.I will be building application on Rasberry pi4 and will be using 32GB memory card.Kindly advise compatible software to install on memory card and instruction to install the same!
This is my first project with myCNC
Thank You,
Shailesh Gaikwad
Bharat Automation Technologies

ivan
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Re: ET10 Board for Raspberry Pi4

Post by ivan » Thu Jan 30, 2020 4:12 pm

Hello and welcome to the forum!

The ISO disk image and the instructions for installation are available on our Downloads page. To go over the main points:

1) Go to the Downloads page and scroll down to the ISO image files for Linux SBC section
2) Download the pi4-2020-0125.iso.7z file
3) After the file has downloaded, un-archive it using the 7z archiver.
4) Burn the file onto the card using the balenaEtcher software
5) Insert the card into the Raspberry Pi computer to use for bootup

The full set of instructions is available here: http://docs.pv-automation.com/quickstar ... inkerboard

These instructions are for TinkerBoard computers, however the setup process should be the same.

Bharat Autotech
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Re: ET10 Board for Raspberry Pi4

Post by Bharat Autotech » Mon Feb 17, 2020 12:32 pm

Thanks Ivan,
As per your instruction I downloaded Image and burned ISO using balenaEtcher.When microSD was put in Raspberry pi4 it did not turned on display which was connected to HDMI port of Raspberry pi4!

Kindly advise troubleshooting,do I have install anything else before burning our image?

Thank You ,
Shailesh Gaikwad
Owner Bharat Automation Technologies

mycnc
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Re: ET10 Board for Raspberry Pi4

Post by mycnc » Mon Feb 17, 2020 5:42 pm

The first HDMI port close to USB-C connector.
Please describe how onboard LEDs work.

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