External Dual WatchDog Timer to make your Arduino and Raspberry Pi projects more reliableDesigned by SwitchDoc Labs, Ships from United States of America
Why do you need a external Hardware WatchDog Timer on an Arduino or Raspberry Pi? The reason is the internal watchdog is disabled in the boot loader for the Arduino and the Raspberry Pi watchdog is...Read More…
Why do you need a external Hardware WatchDog Timer on an Arduino or Raspberry Pi? The reason is the internal watchdog is disabled in the boot loader for the Arduino and the Raspberry Pi watchdog is unreliable and difficult to use.
The SwitchDoc Labs Dual WatchDog Timer is designed to make small computer such as the Arduino and Raspberry Pi more reliable by detecting and recovering from computer or software malfunctions. It has two WatchDog Timers that can be used independently or together to reset non-responsive computers. It directly can drive the Arduino Reset line, the Raspberry Pi B/B+ reset line or a to a relay to reset a Raspberry Pi.
Here is a recent series of articles by SwitchDoc Labs about WatchDog Timers.
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SwitchDoc Labs, LLC is a software and hardware engineering company producing specialized products and designs for the small computer industry maker movement (Raspberry Pi, Arduinos and others).
The Chief Technical Officer and co-founder of SwitchDoc Labs is Dr. John C. Shovic. He has worked in industry for over thirty years and has founded multiple companies: Advance Hardware Architectures, TriGeo Network Security, Blue Water Technologies, InstiComm, LLC, and bankCDA. He has also served as a Professor of Computer Science at Eastern Washington University, Washington State University and the University of Idaho. Dr. Shovic has given over 70 invited talks and has published over 50 papers on a variety of topics on Arduino's, Raspberry Pi's, iBeacons, HIPAA, GLB, computer security, computer forensics, embedded systems and others.