How to use CU200 on Raspberry pi 3 (Model: B+)?

2019/10 10

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Can be used on Raspberry pi 3. The following steps will help you working CU200
on Raspberry pi3.

Required Softwares & OS:
1. Windows 10 64-bit
2. PuTTY
3. TightVNC

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1. Put the micro SD card into your computer
2. Navigate to the boot directory
    You'll have to locate the boot directory, on my Mac it's in /Volumes/boot.
    If you're on a Mac, open Terminal (Applications > Utilities > Terminal) and type:
3. Create an empty file called ssh
     All you have to do is create an empty file called ssh.
     touch ssh
     If this file exists, ssh will be enabled when the pi is booted.
4. Revise cmdline.txt file and add static IP for Raspberry 3
5. Insert the SD card into the Pi and power on

Raspberry Pi Remote Access by using SSH and Putty
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Input the correct ID & PWD. (The default ID/PWD is: pi/raspberry)
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Run VNC Server
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Run TightVNC on Windows OS.

Vnc Authentication

Run LXTerminal and check If the Raspberry pi3 can read the CU200.
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