4 products

  • Pimoroni NVMe Base for Raspberry Pi 5 (500 GB SSD)

    Pimoroni Pimoroni NVMe Base for Raspberry Pi 5 (500 GB SSD)

    Add super-fast storage to your Raspberry Pi 5 allowing for lightning fast boots, NAS use, and snappy applications! NVMe Base is a PCIe extension board for Raspberry Pi 5. Simply populate it with the included 500 GB M-key NVMe SSD (2230 to 2280 sizes supported) and mount it under your RPi for a compact and fast storage solution. It's the perfect solution for turning your Raspberry Pi 5 into a file server, media centre, reverse proxy, etc. Included NVMe Base PCB with M.2 Slot (M-Key) 'PCIe Pipe' Flat Flex Cable 4x Rubber feet M2 bolt and 2x nuts for SSD mounting 4x 7 mm M2.5 standoffs for base mounting 8x short M2.5 bolts for base mounting 4x long M2.5 bolts for 'pass-thru' mounting with a HAT 500 GB NVMe SSD Downloads Documentation

    € 84,95

    Members € 76,46

  • PicoVision (incl. Pico W)

    Pimoroni PicoVision (incl. Pico W)

    PicoVision is a powerful digital video stick for bold audio visual adventures, with dual RP2040 chips and a conveniently HDMI-shaped output connector to boot. Use PicoVision to make and run your own homebrew games, draw digital art, recreate beloved demos, screensavers or WinAmp visualisations, visualise data, subvert advertising billboards, emulate CeeFax or whip up signage. GPU (RP2040)Does all the heavy-lifting to display buttery-smooth, high-res, animations on your TV or monitor via HDMI. CPU (Pico W)Runs your code and provides an interface to other gadgets through USB, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth. HDMI connectorMake use of TVs, monitors, giant projectors, or even tiny displays for building into a cosplay outfit. Line out audioBash out some bleeps and bloops! This digital audio interface can produce some quality noise. microSD cardNever run out of space for your lovely assets by adding a sizeable microSD card to your setup. Qw/ST connectorAdd sensors or other types of breakout to your project so they can react to the world around them. On-board reset and user buttonsCreate a simple user interface for your project without needing to add any extras. You can program PicoVision using C++ or MicroPython. C++ will get you the best performance, but if you're a beginner we'd recommend MicroPython for ease of getting started. Either way, you'll have access to PicoGraphics libraries which will let you easily manipulate shapes, text and images, some exciting new vector graphics and font functionality courtesy of PicoVector, and the ability to make bleeps, bloops and other fun electronic noise with PicoSynth. Features Raspberry Pi Pico W (CPU) Dual Arm Cortex M0+ with 264 kB of SRAM 2 MB of QSPI flash supporting XiP 2.4 GHz wireless / Bluetooth 5.2 RP2040 (GPU) Another dual Arm Cortex M0+ with 264 kB of SRAM Higher resolution modes use significant GPU overclocking Connects to the CPU as an I²C peripheral device 2x 8 MB PSRAM chips for frame double-buffering Digital Video out via HDMI connector PCM5100A DAC for line level audio over I²S, wired to a 3.5 mm stereo jack MicroSD card slot 3x user buttons (one wired to CPU, two to GPU) Reset button Status LED (GPU) Qw/ST (Qwiic/STEMMA QT) connector Fully-assembled (no soldering required) Spare/extra pins broken out as unpopulated headers (these require soldering) C++/MicroPython libraries Downloads Pinout Schematics MicroPython for PicoVision MicroPython examples and documentation

    € 47,95

    Members € 43,16

  • Pimoroni Weather HAT voor Raspberry Pi

    Pimoroni Pimoroni Weather HAT for Raspberry Pi

    A meteorologically minded Raspberry Pi HAT designed to make hooking up weather sensors a breeze (or a squall, or a gale). Weather HAT is an all-in-one solution for hooking up climate and environmental sensors to a Raspberry Pi. It has a bright 1.54' LCD screen and four buttons for inputs. The onboard sensors can measure temperature, humidity, pressure and light. The sturdy RJ11 connectors will let you easily attach wind and rain sensors. It will work with any Raspberry Pi with a 40-pin header. You could install it outside in a suitable weatherproof enclosure and connect to it wirelessly – logging the data locally or piping it into Weather Underground, a MQTT broker or a cloud service like Adafruit IO. Alternatively, you could house your weather Pi inside and run wires to your weather sensors outside - making use of the nice screen to display readouts. Features 1.54' IPS LCD screen (240 x 240) Four user-controllable switches BME280 temperature, pressure, humidity sensor (datasheet) LTR-559 light and proximity sensor (datasheet) Nuvoton MS51 microcontroller with inbuilt 12-bit ADC (datasheet) RJ11 connectors for connecting wind and rain sensors (optional) HAT-format board Fully-assembled Compatible with all 40-pin header Raspberry Pi models Downloads Python library Schematic Included Weather HAT 2 x 10 mm standoffs

    € 49,95

    Members € 44,96

  • Wind and Rain Sensors for Weather Station (Wind Vane, Anemometer, Rain Gauge)

    Pimoroni Wind and Rain Sensors for Weather Station (Wind Vane, Anemometer, Rain Gauge)

    Want to build your own weather station? This sensor kit has a cup anemometer and wind vane to measure wind speed and direction and a tipping bucket style rain gauge, together with associated mounting hardware. The sensors in this kit are active mechanical sensors that work by physically interacting with the wind and rain. They use magnets, reed switches and moving parts to produce simple signals that a microcontroller or single board computer can use to calculate wind speed, wind direction and rainfall. The sensor cables are terminated in RJ11 connectors (each sensor only uses two wires though, so if you wanted you could snip off the ends and connect the wires to a different kind of connector). Armatures to mount the sensors are included, as well as a short metal mast that can be lashed to the top of a suitable pole with the included jubilee connectors. Please note that this kit contains the mechanical wind and rain sensors only, and doesn't include any electronic components. You can hook these sensors up to the Pimoroni Weather HAT for Raspberry Pi. Included Wind vane Anemometer (wind speed gauge) Rain gauge Short metal mast (made of two metal poles that slot together) Two plastic arms for mounting the sensors Mounting hardware: jubilee clips, nuts, bolts and cable ties Documentation Getting Started with Weather HAT Comprehensive guide Datasheet

    € 89,95

    Members € 80,96


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