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Hallo All

Very interesting Arm such raspberry pi design became alternatives for experiments and products.
Unfortunedly restricted with quantities order for raspberry.
Did someone here had dealed raspberry pi in quantities ?

Thanks
Tiro

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Why can't you just buy from a distributor like Arrow / RS / Farnell / etc. ?

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For your information, you are posting on a website called "AVRFREAKS", perhaps dedicated to users of AVR microprocessors.

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Thank you for attentions.

Will look forward to get some raspberry pi.

Regards
Tiro

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http://www.lmgtfy.com/?q=raspberrypi+bulk+purchase

 

After the adverts the first hit is, as Cliff suggested:

 

http://uk.rs-online.com/web/p/pr...

 

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Someguy22 wrote:
For your information, you are posting on a website called "AVRFREAKS", perhaps dedicated to users of AVR microprocessors.

I would guess he did because there is no market place there: https://community.atmel.com/forums/atmel-smart-arm-based-mcus

"When all else fails, read the directions"

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But the Raspberry Pi doesn't use any Atmel (or Microchip) processor at all!

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Raspberry Pi used broadcom unfortunedly the lowest price only 1 piece allowable for prototyping.

Tiro

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tiro2016 wrote:
only 1 piece allowable for prototyping.

What are you talking about??

 

 

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That price is only if you buy 150!

 

 

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But the opening post was specifically about buying in large quantities!!

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Hai nail

The raspberry computer module and raapberry zero must be in limited order.

Regards
Tiro

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tiro2016 wrote:
The raspberry computer (sic?) module

You mean Compute modules?

 

and raapberry zero must be in limited order.

Must they?

 

Of course, the Zero is quite recent - so supplies may well be limited at the moment.