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    Organizing multiple Raspberries Pi

    I use several RPi laying around in a very disorganized manner.

    Does anyone have experience organizing multiple Pis and willing to share it.

    Mounting rack, common power supply, KVM switch, cables ?


    A lot of it depends on what you have available to organize with. There are multi pi 19"rack kits if you have a rack available.


      Here is my custom setup, which can hold 3 Pi's with POE hats and SSDs.

      I also made a standalone rack mount for the pi
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        I found a guy online that 3D printed me a 1U to hold 6 RPis

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        HS4Pro on a Raspberry Pi4
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