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Includes LEDs, buttons, buzzers, temperature sensors, and more
Includes BBC micro:bit
13 Projects
Essential principles of electronics, basic programming and STEAM/STEM projects
Set of micro: bit accessories
Controlled via the BBC micro: bit
Ten different modules
Learn about coding and physical computing
Ten different modules
Controlled via the BBC micro: bit
Learn about coding and physical computing
Set of micro: bit accessories
Essential principles of electronics, basic programming, STEM and computing projects
13 Projects
Includes LEDs and buttons as well as a buzzer, temperature sensor, servo, and motor
3 extended GPIO ports
DIY smart car based around the BBC micro: bit.
Can perform functions such as line following, remote control, light following, obstacle avoidance, drawing and more
Frequency:850-960/1710-1880MHz
Impedance: 50 ohms
Type: U.FL to Female SMA
Gain: 2DBi
Plugs directly into the I2C interface on the Raspberry Pi
The brightness of the LEDs is fully controllable using the onboard LED driver chip.
The Bright Pi has M2 mounting holes
The Bright Pi will allow you to control any ~5v LEDs using the I2C interface on the Raspberry Pi, so you could substitute the provided LEDs with colourful LEDs.
Designed by Ryanteck LTD
Compatible with Windows 7, 8 & 10. OSX 10.11, macOS 10.12, Ubuntu 16.04, Raspbian & other major linux distributions.
Compatible with most Raspberry Pi add-ons that use GPIO, this device is ideal to use with your exsisting add-ons, HATs or pHATs.
Use it to control LEDs, Add a LCD display to your computer, control a robot or more! (Example projects require other components to create.)
Ideal for learning about electronics using real-world inputs & outputs.
One of the first true low power displays for the Pi Zero mini computer
ePaper reflects light, just like ordinary paper, and is capable of holding text and images indefinitely, even without electricity
Mimics the appearance of ink on normal paper
1.44" diagonal and 128 x 96 resolution ePaper display
Two NES classic styled gamepads which turns the Raspberry Pi into a fully fledged DIY games console
This kit includes the classic SNESPi Case
Ultimate retro Raspberry Pi gaming bundle
Supports 3D Content, Supports Audio Return Channel, Supports True HD Dolby 7.1 and DTS-HD Master Audio
Supports 4K2K, 2160p, 1440p, 1080p, 720p and 480p Resolutions
Fully Ethernet and 3D over HDMI enabled (V1.4 Connection)
24k Gold-Plated Contacts Prevents Corrosion for Life-Long Optimum Signal-Transfer
1.8m Long
Weight: 38.9g
9.7mm thick, including sticky foam on the bottom
3.5cm x 4.5cm
170 tie points arranged in 34 rows of 5 pins.
M2 Mounting Points (screws not included)
Speed Class 6
Operating Voltage : 2.7 ~ 3.6V
Weight : Approx 0.2g
Capacity : 8GB or 16GB
Tested and proven to last up to 24 hours in sea water
The Pi Crust ProtoHAT has a grid of prototyping soldering holes for attaching chips
We break out nearly every pin you could want to connect to the Raspberry Pi.
The holes are connected underneath with traces to mimic the solderless breadboards
Width: 2cm
Length: 20cm
PCB Dimensions: 3.4cm x 1.8cm x 0.4cm
This nifty kit allows you to break out the eInk/ePaper display from the PaPiRus boards.
Turns the Raspberry Pi into a fully fledged DIY games console
This kit includes the classic NESPi Case+ and two NES classic styled gamepads
Retro Raspberry Pi gaming bundle
Full access to SD Card, USB, Ethernet, Power adapter, and HDMI connector without opening the case
Dimensions: 120 mm x 100 mm x 37 mm
Colour: Grey
Inspired by SNES/NESPi Design
Large cooling fan installed with 2 pin GPIO connector
External Casing Dimensions: 13.65mm x 23.00mm x 9.45mm
Doesn't Foul on Micro USB Power Cable
Chipset: Ralink 5370
Output: Micro USB Type B
WiFi 802.11b/g/n
Contains all the hardware you need to build all the examples presented in the book.
Provides the right balance between theory and practice
Connect IoT devices to the Web and built interactive applications on top
Learn how to wire various sensors to your Raspberry Pi and access them from Node.js applications.
Each chapter will help you gain the knowledge and skills you'll need to fully take advantage of a new generation of real-time, web-connected devices and services
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