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The Raspberry Pi Compatible Compiler for LabVIEW is a true compiler product that allows one to compile, deploy and run stand alone, full fledge LabVIEW applications embedded in Raspberry Pi targets. All flavors of official Raspberry Pi (or RasPi for short) single board computer boards released by the Raspberry Pi organization are supported. However, performance differences may be noticed based on which version of Pi is selected and the complexity of the LabVIEW VI downloaded. The Raspberry Pi is a single board computer; therefore, the same performance considerations are valid in the selection of regular computers to run LabVIEW applications. The Raspberry Pi boards that have higher horse power CPUs and more RAM memory will outperform their counterparts with lower end CPUs and less RAM memory. As an example, the Raspberry Pi 2 Model B will outperform its older brother, the Raspberry Pi 1 Model B+. The former includes a 900MHz quad-core Arm Cortex-A7 CPU and 1GB of RAM memory while the latter is powered by a 700MHz single-core ARM11 CPU and 512M of RAM memory. Another point that is fundamental to highlight is that the Raspberry Pi Compatible Compiler for LabVIEW requires the RasPi target to have an Ethernet/Wifi port and an IP address for communication with the host development computer for initial download of the compiled VI. Once the download is complete, the RasPi can operate standalone and disconnected from the network. Furthermore, the setup of the RasPi, as it will be seen in a future section, requires the RasPi to have Internet access, so all the correct packages can be installed upon execution of the setup script. This requirement doesn’t constraint the use of the compiler with RasPi boards that include an Ethernet port as part of the board. The user is free to elect using any Raspberry Pi, as long as it has Ethernet connectivity. As an example, the user can setup a Raspberry Pi Zero with an Ethernet to USB dongle.
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