Tagged: Raspberry Pi

The Raspberry Pi Foundation is a British charity and company founded in 2009 to promote the study of basic computer science in schools, and is responsible for developing the Raspberry Pi single-board computers.

The Raspberry Pi Foundation is a charitable organization registered with the Charity Commission for England and Wales. The board of trustees was assembled by 2008 and the Raspberry Pi Foundation was founded as a registered charity in May 2009 in Caldecote, England. In 2016, The Foundation moved its headquarters to Station Road, Cambridge. The Foundation is supported by the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory and Broadcom. Its aim is to “promote the study of computer science and related topics, especially at school level, and to put the fun back into learning computing.” Project co-founder Eben Upton is a former academic, currently employed by Broadcom as a system-on-chip architect and associate technical director. Components, albeit in small numbers, were able to be sourced from suppliers, due to the charitable status of the organization.

Raspberry Pi Pico (rp2040) AND DS18B20: strong pull-up P-MOSFET gate and alarm

Dallas ds18b20 with Raspberry Pi Pico (rp2040): pull-up P-MOSFET gate and alarms

This article expands on the previous about the connection of DS18B20 sensors to a Raspberry Pi Pico using the OneWire protocol. It covers the use of a P-MOSFET gate as a pull-up resistor for the OneWire bus to improve communication reliability, as well as implementing temperature alarms triggered by a threshold. The article provides step-by-step instructions and code examples for incorporating these features. The goal of the article is to provide readers with advanced techniques for using DS18B20 sensors with a Raspberry Pi Pico.

Raspberry Pi Pico (rp2040)and DS18B20: all OneWire topologies, long stubs and multiple devices

Dallas ds18b20 with Raspberry Pi Pico (rp2040): all OneWire topologies, long stubs and more devices

This article covers how to connect DS18B20 digital temperature sensors to a Raspberry Pi Pico using the OneWire protocol. It includes information on all possible OneWire topologies, how to deal with long wires, and connecting multiple sensors. The article aims to provide a comprehensive guide for using these sensors with a Raspberry Pi Pico, including tips for troubleshooting and optimizing performance.

Raspberry Pi Pico (rp2040) and DS18B20: introduction and parasite mode

Dallas ds18b20 with Raspberry Pi Pico (rp2040): introduction and parasite mode

The Dallas DS18B20 is a digital temperature sensor that can be easily integrated with a Raspberry Pi Pico (rp2040) microcontroller. In this response, we will provide an introduction to the DS18B20 sensor and explain how to use it in parasite mode with a Raspberry Pi Pico.

EByte LoRa E32 & MicroPython: a deep dive into transmission types 0

EByte LoRa E32 & MicroPython: a deep dive into transmission types – 4

This article, the fourth in our series, provides an in-depth analysis of the different transmission types that can be realized with the EByte LoRa E32 module utilizing MicroPython. By understanding these transmission modalities, developers can effectively harness the power of these tools and tailor their applications to meet specific needs.

RasPad 3: transform your Raspberry Pi into a versatile tablet with multi OS boot 0

RasPad 3: transform your Raspberry Pi into a versatile tablet with multi-OS boot

The article provides an overview of the SunFounder RasPad 3, a device that converts a Raspberry Pi into a versatile tablet. It covers the assembly process, including integrating a Raspberry Pi 4 and an M2. SSD. The guide concludes with instructions for setting up a multi-boot system using PINN, allowing users to alternate between various operating systems for different applications.

Ebyte LoRa E32 & MicroPython: exploring library 0

Ebyte LoRa E32 & MicroPython: exploring library – 2

The Ebyte LoRa E32 library is a comprehensive tool designed to facilitate seamless communication with LoRa wireless modules. Developed for programmers and tech enthusiasts alike, the library enables a smooth interfacing with Ebyte’s LoRa E32 devices using MicroPython, a lean and efficient implementation of the Python 3 programming language.

EByte LoRa E32 & MicroPython: specifications, overview and first use 0

Ebyte LoRa E32 & MicroPython: specifications, overview and first use – 1

Ebyte LoRa E32 series are a collection of wireless transceiver modules. In this article series, we will explore the Ebyte LoRa E32 device and its integration with MicroPython. This first article will focus on the specifications and basic use of the device.

TS7-Pro: unleashing the power of the Raspberry Pi Touchscreen tablet for night vision 0

Night Vision on Raspberry Pi: TS7-Pro Display, PiPower & DIY 3D Printed Battery in Action!

What started as a simple review of the TS7-Pro display for a project, has evolved into a comprehensive examination of a Raspberry Pi setup. This setup features the TS7-Pro display, a night vision camera, a SunFounder PiPower module, and a DIY 3D printed rechargeable battery pack. Witness how the night vision camera effectively captures detailed images, even in low-light conditions.

Pironman enclosure Raspberry Pi 4 0

Pironman Mini PC: a Raspberry Pi in a compact package with SSD, heat sync, and more.

Let’s explore the SunFounder Pironman Mini PC for Raspberry Pi, featuring a built-in M.2 SATA SSD slot for improvements in storage performance. This compact case, complete with an efficient cooling system and a pleasing aesthetic, could be the ultimate choice for maximizing the potential of your Raspberry Pi.

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Building and programming PiCar-X: getting started with your robot car

Building and Programming Your PiCar-X: A guide to getting started with your robot car using EzBlock programming language. Learn how to assemble the parts, program your PiCar-X using drag-and-drop blocks, 3D print a simple LED holder to add lights to your car, and create a blink example. Also, learn how to use a button to turn the LEDs on and off, as well as control the camera.