Combining the processing power from today's latest single board computers with LabJack's DAQ devices allow for some really cool projects. The T-series' built-in Lua Scripting feature allows for the T4/T7/T7-Pro to operate as a standalone device, but sometimes projects require more processing power. The Raspberry Pi 3 has a quad-core ARMv8 CPU, WiFi, Ethernet, and Bluetooth 4.1 but is missing industrial strength, precision, and calibrated analog inputs which you get when you connect a T7. This tutorial will hopefully help some of our customers get started with the Raspberry Pi and the T-series devices as well as introduce existing Raspberry Pi users to the idea of using Cloud9 as a remote IDE that is introduced by the BeagleBone Black. Developing directly on a Raspberry Pi can sometimes be slow as you don't have access to modern web-browsers and it usually takes up one of your monitors. With Cloud9 running locally on the Raspberry Pi you can simply navigate to the device's IP address and code away!
To learn more, please continue to the full App-Note: T7, Raspberry Pi 3, and Cloud9.