1. The CB1 couldn't be connected to the PI TFT screen. The DSI/CSI port will only work while using CM4.
2. The PI4B should be used with CB1, CB1 eMMC or CM4 core board to run Klipper.
CB1 & CB1 eMMC Comparision Chart
👉About the CB1 updating OS image.
OS image for CB1: https://github.com/bigtreetech/CB1/releases
CB1 source code: https://github.com/bigtreetech/CB1-Kernel
PI4B Hardware: https://github.com/bigtreetech/PI4B-Adapter/tree/master/Hardware
👉Files for Download
PI4B User Manual Download
Click here to M4P / M8P Control Board
Working good when using klipper. Tried to install Home Assistant on one but im not sure if that is possible?
Anyways, a good product for the 3d printer community!
It’s very good
The fact it’s available and priced well is reason enough to give it 4 stars. The fact that the premade image was up and running in less than 5 min is even better. My only issue (knew this going in to the purchase) is the lack of dsi/csi using the cb1. Small issue that didn’t bother me as it is headless but I did lose camera support for my pi camera. I have since picked up a Pi v1.2 and I think that thing is a game changer. Either option, if you want to run Klipper is fast and easy but think about your i/o and use case before picking a board.
i ordered this for a customer upgrade this was my first time using a board from here and it was the manta E3ez and it work phenomenally with it
I have 2 PI4B's and 3 CB1's so far. One CB1 is installed on a Manta M5P and works great! The other two are installed in PI4B adapters. The PI4B plus CB1 is an almost perfect Raspberry Pi substitute. I use POE to reduce the number of wallwarts floating around. The PI4B is not compatible with any POE hat that I've found. It lacks the cluster of 4 pins adjacent to the end of the 35 pin connector. I've used POE breakouts and the work fine just a little cumbersome.
I could wish that the CB1 was available with more memory. But avoiding the scalpers is more than worth giving up a little memory.