PI have a problem of making Alexa in raspberry pi
Am following this link
passed the voice test
But Alexa not working mic and speaker is perfectly working
Also working audio output
Mic ( webcam mic)
It's show some errors command of Alexa stsrt ! ![0_1588495499503_IMG-20200503-WA0087.jpeg](Uploading 30%)
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Hi @lakshminarayanan, can you please share the whole error log? from the screenshot we can see that the Alexa installation is not completed! (Make Error).
also, can you check the r audio setup is correct by running the following.
Then Run the Provided Installation Script
@salmanfaris I have a problem
Alexa was successfully working at start time
That's time the audio play in. TV
HDMI to HDMI (connection)
After I try to connect my speaker through audio jack ... It's not working
Again I try to connect TV
But now I didn't get the clear voice output it's like verry irritating voice (verry delay)
Pls help me to recover the original voice (sound) of Alexa
Hi @borncurious , For the industrial purpose you can go with Raspberry Pi compute modules, Take a look at the latest version CM4 - https://www.raspberrypi.com/products/compute-module-4/ , Which is designed for industrial usage and incorporates a quad-core ARM Cortex-A72 processor, dual video output, and a wide selection of other interfaces. Available in 32 variants, with a range of RAM and eMMC Flash options, and with or without wireless connectivity.
Other options are, boards like RockPi and Orange Pi boards which are similar to Raspberry similar model and specs but the price is a bit lower than the raspberry pi. Make sure to check the Interface and driver support that you need to incorporate into your project since these boards are not documented and maintained like the official raspberry pi as far as I know.
also, you can check Toradex System on Module.
Is raspi generally used in commercial product/end product.if not can u guys suggest raspi alternatives for end products.
The classic compact camera for Raspberry Pi with a 12MP sensor and autofocus
Available from $25 with your choice of standard and wide lenses, with or without an infrared filter
More details: https://www.raspberrypi.com/products/camera-module-3/Raspberry Pi Camera Module 3 - Autofocus cameras!
Camera Software: https://www.raspberrypi.com/documentation/computers/camera_software.html
Hey @rafitc99 ,
Did your issue resolve? Curious to know