Pico RP2040

17 products


  • Pimoroni Raspberry Pi Pico VGA Demo Base

    Pimoroni Pimoroni Raspberry Pi Pico VGA Demo Base

    Based on the reference design by Raspberry Pi, our Pimoroni Pico VGA Demo Base is a great way to start experimenting with Raspberry Pi Pico/RP2040. It's the perfect way to demo of some of the fun things you can achieve with the RP2040 microcontroller such as generating a solid VGA output without taxing the CPU at all! Amaze your friends by showing them you still own a D-sub cable! Bask in the glory of 15-bit analog video! Get teary eyed over the warm, authentic, RC filtered PWM audio! This board will run the various video example programs that Raspberry Pi have put together to demonstrate features of the RP2040.Features 15-pin VGA (D-sub) connector PCM5100A DAC for line out audio over I²S (datasheet) PWM audio output SD card slot Reset button Female headers to install your Raspberry Pi Pico Three user-controllable switches Rubber feet Compatible with Raspberry Pi Pico No soldering required (as long as your Pico has header pins attached) Programmable with C/C++

    € 29,95

    Members € 26,96

  • Pimoroni Raspberry Pi Pico Display Pack

    Pimoroni Pimoroni Raspberry Pi Pico Display Pack

    Pico Display lets you turn a Pico into a compact user interface device for a bigger project, capable of giving instructions, displaying readouts and even incorporating elaborate nested menus. If you'd rather use your Pico as a standalone device you could make a little rotating slideshow of images, display beautiful graphs from sensor data or build your own Tamagotchi or matchbox sized text adventure game.Features 1.14” 240x135 pixel IPS LCD screen 4 x tactile buttons RGB LED Pre-soldered female headers for attaching to Pico Compatible with Raspberry Pi Pico. Fully assembled No soldering required (as long as your Pico has header pins attached). Dimensions: approx 53 x 25 x 9 mm (L x W x H) Screen usable area: approx 25 x 15 mm (L x W) C/C++ and MicroPython libraries

    € 19,95

    Members € 17,96

  • Pimoroni Raspberry Pi Pico Omnibus (Dual Expander)

    Pimoroni Pimoroni Raspberry Pi Pico Omnibus (Dual Expander)

    Struggling to choose which Pico add-on to go for? Pico Omnibus lets you plug in two Pico Packs or Bases at once, or you can use the extra set of male GPIO pins to easily attach other devices, jumper wires or circuitry – very useful for prototyping. We've added useful labels to all three sets of connectors, so you can be sure that all those lovely wires are going to the right places. We've also thrown in some little feet to keep everything solid.Features One landing area with labelled female headers for attaching to your Pico. Two landing areas with labelled (mirrored) male headers for attaching add-ons. 4x rubber feet Compatible with Raspberry Pi Pico. 99% assembled – just need to stick on the feet! Fully assembled. No soldering required. Dimensions: approx 94 x 52 x 12 mm (L x W x H, including headers)

    € 14,95

    Members € 13,46

  • Pimoroni Raspberry Pi Pico Explorer Base

    Pimoroni Pimoroni Raspberry Pi Pico Explorer Base

    We've incorporated tinkering essentials like a mini breadboard, motor drivers, ADC inputs, a built in speaker, general purpose inputs/outputs, switches, and two Breakout Garden slots so you can add on a couple of breakouts.We've also managed to fit in a vibrant 240x240 IPS LCD screen with four tactile buttons so you can easily monitor and control what your project is doing. It's all wrapped up in a nice, sturdy baseboard with a pleasingly compact footprint which won't involve nearly as many trailing wires as if you were experimenting with a traditional breadboard setup.Our comprehensive MicroPython and C++ libraries will let you control every aspect of the board like a digital maestro. It's great for beginners and advanced users.Features Pico Explorer Base Piezo speaker 1.54' IPS LCD screen (240x240) Four user-controllable switches Two Half-Bridge motor drivers (with over current indicator LED) Easy access GPIO and ADC pin Headers Two Breakout Garden I²C sockets Mini breadboard Rubber feet Compatible with Raspberry Pi Pico No soldering required (as long as your Pico has header pins attached). Dimensions: approx 117 x 63 x 20 mm (L x W x H, assembled) C/C++ and MicroPython libraries Schematic

    € 29,95

    Members € 26,96

  • Pimoroni Badger 2040

    Pimoroni Pimoroni Badger 2040

    Badger 2040 is a hackable, programmable badge with E Ink display, powered by Raspberry Pi RP2040.The Badger 2040 is equipped with plenty of buttons so you can easily change what's displayed on the screen, a slot so you can clip it onto a lanyard and a battery connector so you can keep things portable and refresh the screen whilst on the go.Here are some things you could do with it! Switch between images, pronouns or secret identities at the push of a button Make yourself into a mobile weather station or air quality monitor (by adding a sensor breakout) Store important QR codes for getting into places (or to Rickroll people) Make a tiny to-do list and tick stuff off Display inspirational badger quotes or educational badger facts of the day Want to show your Badger the world? We've put together a convenient Badger + Accessory Kit which contains batteries, a lanyard and everything else that's needed to get portabello.Features 2.9' black and white E Ink display (296 x 128 pixels) Ultra wide viewing angles Ultra low power consumption Dot pitch – 0.227 x 0.226 mm Powered by RP2040 (Dual Arm Cortex M0+ running at up to 133 Mhz with 264 kB of SRAM) 2 MB of QSPI flash supporting XiP Five front user buttons Reset and boot buttons (the boot button can also be used as a user button) White LED USB-C connector for power and programming JST-PH connector for attaching a battery (input range 2.7-6 V) High-precision voltage reference for battery level monitoring Qw/ST (Qwiic/STEMMA QT) connector Fully-assembled (no soldering required) Schematic Mechanical drawing C++/MicroPython libraries SoftwareBecause it's a RP2040 board, Badger 2040 is firmware agnostic! You can program it with C/C++, MicroPython or CircuitPython.C++/MicroPython libraries contain some nifty software tweaks to let you get the most out of your Badger. You'll get best performance using C++, but if you're a beginner we'd recommend using our batteries included MicroPython build for ease of getting started. Download Pirate brand MicroPython (special Badger edition) Getting Started with Badger 2040 C++ examples MicroPython examples MicroPython function reference You can also use CircuitPython on your Badger 2040. CircuitPython drivers are designed to work on a bunch of different microcontrollers so you won't get the fancy RP2040-architecture specific tweaks that you'll find in the library, but you will get access to all the nice conveniences of Adafruit's ecosystem. Download CircuitPython for Badger 2040 Getting Started with CircuitPython CircuitPython examples BadgerOS ported to CircuitPython by Stephane BeBoX

    € 24,95

    Members € 22,46

  • Pimoroni Raspberry Pi Pico Wireless Pack

    Pimoroni Pimoroni Raspberry Pi Pico Wireless Pack

    Raspberry Pi Pico Wireless Pack attaches to the back of your Pico and uses an ESP32 chip to let your Pico connect to 2.4 GHz wireless networks and transfer data. There's a microSD card slot for if you want to store lots of data locally as well as a RGB LED (for status updates) and a button (useful for things like enabling/disabling Wi-Fi).Great for quickly adapting an existing Pico project to have wireless functionality, Raspberry Pi Pico Wireless Pack would come in handy for sending sensor data into home automation systems or dashboards, for hosting a web page from a matchbox or for letting your Pico interact with online APIs.Features ESP32-WROOM-32E module for wireless connectivity (connected via SPI) (datasheet) 1x tactile button RGB LED Micro-SD card slot Pre-soldered female headers for attaching your Raspberry Pi Pico Fully assembled No soldering required (as long as your Pico has header pins attached) Compatible with Raspberry Pi Pico Dimensions: approx 53 x 25 x 11 mm (L x W x H, including headers and components) C++ and MicroPython libraries

    € 17,95

    Members € 16,16

  • Pimoroni Raspberry Pi Pico Audio Pack (Line-Out and Headphone Amp)

    Pimoroni Pimoroni Raspberry Pi Pico Audio Pack (Line-Out and Headphone Amp)

    Pico Audio Pack uses its PCM5100A DAC to output up to 32-bit, 384 KHz stereo audio along its 3.5 mm line out connector, ready for plugging into an external amp or powered speakers. If you're after something a little louder for your ears, it can also pump out amplified stereo audio from its 3.5 mm headphone jack.You could generate interesting noises with code on your Pico to output into a lo-fi synth, or hook your Pico up to another device and use it as a custom USB sound card.Features PCM5100A stereo DAC (datasheet) PAM8908JER stereo headphone amp (datasheet) 3.5 mm stereo headphone jack connector 3.5 mm stereo line out jack connector Switch to adjust headphone amp gain (low / high) Pre-soldered female headers for attaching to Pico Compatible with Raspberry Pi Pico Fully assembled No soldering required (as long as your Pico has header pins attached). Dimensions: approx 53 x 29 x 11 mm (L x W x H, including headers and audio jacks) Programmable with C/C++ The labels on the underside of Pico Audio will show you which way round to plug it into your Pico ‐ just match up the USB port with the markings on the board.

    € 19,95

    Members € 17,96

  • Pimoroni Raspberry Pi Pico Proto

    Pimoroni Pimoroni Raspberry Pi Pico Proto

    With a 6x20 grid of 2.54 mm spaced holes for easy soldering and labelled Pico pins so you know what's what, Pico Proto is perfect for when you're happy with your breadboard project and want to give it a secure, smart and compact long-term home. Pico Proto doesn't come with any headers attached, so you will need to either solder it directly to your Pico's male header pins (for a permanent, but super slim sandwich) or solder it to some female header. Features 40 2.54 mm spaced holes for attaching to your Pico. 120 2.54 mm spaced holes (6x20 grid) for attaching other things Compatible with Raspberry Pi Pico. Dimensions: approx 51 x 25 x 1 mm (L x W x H)

    € 6,95

    Members € 6,26

  • Pimoroni Pico LiPo

    Pimoroni Pimoroni Pico LiPo

    Pimoroni Pico LiPo is powered and programmable via USB-C and comes with 16 MB of QSPI (XiP) flash. With the Qwiic/STEMMA QT connector you can hook up a whole host of different sensors and breakouts, and a debug connector for if you want to do your programming using a SWD debugger. There is an on/off button and a BOOTSEL button, which can also be used as a user switch.Pimoroni Pico LiPo also has onboard LiPo/LiIon battery management – the inbuilt charging circuitry means charging your battery is as easy as plugging your Pimoroni Pico Lipo in via USB. Two indicator LEDs connected to the battery circuit keep you informed of on/off state and charging status and it's compatible with any of our LiPo, LiIon and high capacity LiPo batteries.Programmable with C++, MicroPython or CircuitPython, Pimoroni Pico LiPo is the perfect powerhouse for your portable projects.Features Powered by RP2040 Dual ARM Cortex M0+ running at up to 133 Mhz 264 kB of SRAM 16 MB of QSPI flash supporting XiP MCP73831 charger with 215 mA charging current (datasheet) XB6096I2S battery protector (datasheet) USB-C connector for power, programming, and data transfer 4 pin Qw-ST (Qwiic / STEMMA QT) connector 3 pin debug connector (JST-SH) 2-pole JST PH battery connector, with polarity marked on the board Switch for basic input (doubles up as DFU select on boot) Power button Power, charging and user LED indicators On-board 3V3 regulator (max regulator current output 600mA) Input voltage range 3 - 5.5 V Compatible with Raspberry Pi Pico add-ons Measurements: approx 53 x 21 x 8 mm (L x W x H, including connectors) Downloads CircuitPython Getting started with CircuitPython guide

    € 19,95

    Members € 17,96

  • Pimoroni Raspberry Pi Pico DV Demo Base

    Pimoroni Pimoroni Raspberry Pi Pico DV Demo Base

    This board is an all-digital conversion of Raspberry Pi's VGA reference design, great for if you want to start hacking on video and/or audio output from a Raspberry Pi Pico and piping it straight into a modern monitor.Features HDMI connector PCM5100A DAC for line out audio over I²S (datasheet) SD card slot Reset button Socket headers to install your Raspberry Pi Pico Three user-controllable switches Rubber feet Compatible with Raspberry Pi Pico No soldering required (as long as your Pico has header pins attached) Programmable with C/C++ Note: Raspberry Pi Pico is not included. Your Pico will need to have pin headers soldered to it (with the pins pointing downwards) to attach to our add-on boards.Downloads Schematic GitHub

    € 24,95

    Members € 22,46

  • Pimoroni Raspberry Pi Pico Unicorn Pack

    Pimoroni Pimoroni Raspberry Pi Pico Unicorn Pack

    The Unicorn Pack fits nicely on the back of your Pico - with a tidy 7x16 matrix (that's 112 RGB LEDs!) it's surely the fanciest backpack going. The four tactile buttons can be used to switch between modes, as controls for simple games, or adjusting brightness. It's possible to control the colour and brightness of each LED individually so you can use it to display animations, text, simple images, and more. Make a mini photo FX lamp, a smart status light for Zoom, use it to display colourful scrolling messages on your fridge, or just enjoy some pretty animations. Features 16x7 matrix of RGB LEDs (112 total) Individual colour/brightness control of each LED 4 x tactile buttons Pre-soldered female headers for attaching to Pico Compatible with Raspberry Pi Pico. Fully assembled No soldering required (as long as your Pico has header pins attached). Dimensions: approx 62mm x 25mm x 10mm (L x W x H, including headers and buttons) C/C++ and MicroPython libraries

    € 27,95

    Members € 25,16

  • Pimoroni Inky Frame 5.7' (incl. Pico W)

    Pimoroni Pimoroni Inky Frame 5.7" (incl. Pico W)

    Inky Frame 5.7' features a nice, big seven color E Ink display with loads of space for displaying images, text, graphs or interfaces. There's five buttons with LED indicators for interacting with the display, two Qw/ST connectors for plugging in breakouts and a micro SD card slot for all-important storage of cat photos. Every Inky Frame comes with a pair of sleek little metal legs so you can stand it up on your desk (and a selection of mounting holes if you'd prefer to do something else). There's also a battery connector so you can power it without annoying trailing wires, and some neato power saving features that mean you can run it from batteries for ages. Inky Frame is great for: Checking your calendar and upcoming appointments at a glance Attaching to your office door to display your availability Displaying motivational posters, quotes, or images (fungible or otherwise) Showing readouts from other wirelessly connected environmental boards Features Raspberry Pi Pico W Aboard Dual Arm Cortex M0+ running at up to 133 Mhz with 264 kB of SRAM 2 MB of QSPI flash supporting XiP Powered and programmable by USB micro-B 2.4 GHz wireless 5.7' EPD display (600 x 448 pixels) E Ink Gallery Palette 4000 ePaper ACeP (Advanced Color ePaper) 7-color with black, white, red, green, blue, yellow, orange. Ultra wide viewing angle – >170° Dot pitch – 0.1915 x 0.1915 mm 5x Tactile buttons with LED indicators Two Qw/ST connectors for attaching breakouts microSD card slot Dedicated RTC chip (PCF85063A) for deep sleep/wake Fully assembled No soldering required. C/C++ and MicroPython libraries Schematic Included 1x Inky Frame 5.7' (incl. Pico W) 2x Metal legs Downloads MicroPython (Learn) Getting Started with Inky Frame (Readme) Installing MicroPython (Readme) MicroPython FAQs (and troubleshooting) Download pirate-brand MicroPython (you'll want the Inky Frame.uf2) MicroPython examples PicoGraphics function reference C/C++ C examples Picographics function reference

    € 109,95

    Members € 98,96

  • 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 Automation 2040 W (incl. Pico W)

    Pimoroni Pimoroni Automation 2040 W (incl. Pico W)

    An all-in-one, Pico W powered industrial/automation controller with 2.46 GHz wireless connectivity, relays and a plethora of inputs and outputs. Compatible with 6 V to 40 V systems. Automation 2040 W is a Pico W / RP2040 powered monitoring and automation board. It contains all the great features from the Automation HAT (relays, analog channels, powered outputs and buffered inputs) but now in a single compact board and with an extended voltage range so you can use it with more devices. Great for controlling fans, pumps, solenoids, chunky motors, electronic locks or static LED lighting (up to 40 V). All the channels (and the buttons) have an associated indicator LED so you can see at a glance what's happening with your setup, or test your programs without having hardware connected. Features Raspberry Pi Pico W Aboard Dual Arm Cortex M0+ running at up to 133 Mhz with 264 kB of SRAM 2 MB of QSPI flash supporting XiP Powered and programmable by USB micro-B 2.4 GHz wireless 3x 12-bit ADC inputs up to 40 V 4x digital inputs up to 40 V 3x digital sourcing outputs at V+ (supply voltage) 4 A max continuous current 2 A max current at 500 Hz PWM 3x relays (NC and NO terminals) 2 A up to 24 V 1 A up to 40 V 3.5 mm screw terminals for connecting inputs, outputs and external power 2x tactile buttons with LED indicators Reset button 2x Qw/ST connectors for attaching breakouts M2.5 mounting holes Fully assembled No soldering required. C/C++ and MicroPython libraries Schematic Dimensional drawing Power Board is compatible with 12 V, 24 V and 36 V systems Requires supply 6-40 V Can provide 5 V up to 0.5 A for lower voltage applications Software Pirate-brand MicroPython Getting Started with Raspberry Pi Pico MicroPython examples MicroPython function reference C++ examples C++ function reference Getting Started with Automation 2040 W

    € 84,95

    Members € 76,46

  • Pimoroni Raspberry Pi Pico Breakout Garden Base

    Pimoroni Pimoroni Raspberry Pi Pico Breakout Garden Base

    Pico Breakout Garden Base sits underneath your Pico and lets you connect up to six of our extensive selection of Pimoroni breakouts to it. Whether it's environmental sensors so you can keep track of the temperature and humidity in your office, a whole host of little screens for important notifications and readouts, and, of course, LEDs. Scroll down for a list of breakouts that are currently compatible with our C++/MicroPython libraries!As well as a labelled landing area for your Pico, there's also a full set of broken out Pico connections, in case you need to attach even more sensors, wires, and circuitry. We've thrown in some rubber feet to keep the base nice and stable and to stop it from scratching your desk, or there are M2.5 mounting holes at the corners so that you can bolt it onto a solid surface if you prefer.The six sturdy black slots are edge connectors that connect the breakouts to the pins on your Pico. There's two slots for SPI breakouts, and four slots for I²C breakouts. Because I²C is a bus, you can use multiple I²C devices at the same time, providing they don't have the same I²C address (we've made sure that all of our breakouts have different addresses, and we print them on the back of the breakouts so they're easy to find).As well as being a handy way to add functionality to your Pico, Breakout Garden is also very useful for prototyping projects without the need for complicated wiring, soldering, or breadboards, and you can grow or change up your setup at any time.Features Six sturdy edge-connector slots for breakouts 4x I²C slots (5 pins) 2x SPI slot (7 pins) Landing area with female headers for Raspberry Pi Pico 0.1” pitch, 5 or 7 pin connectors Broken-out pins Reverse polarity protection (built into breakouts) 99% assembled – just need to stick on the feet! Compatible with Raspberry Pi Pico

    € 17,95

    Members € 16,16

  • Pimoroni Inventor 2040 W (incl. Pico W)

    Pimoroni Pimoroni Inventor 2040 W (incl. Pico W)

    Inventor 2040 W is a multi-talented board that does (almost) everything you might want a robot, prop or other mechanical thing to do. Drive a couple of fancy motors with encoders attached? Yep! Add up to six servos? Sure? Attach a little speaker so you can make noise? No problem! It's also got a battery connector so you can power your inventions from AA/AAA or LiPo batteries and carry your miniature automaton/animated top hat/treasure chest that growls at your enemies around with you untethered.You also get a ton of options for hooking up sensors and other gubbins – there's two Qw/ST connectors (and an unpopulated Breakout Garden slot) for attaching breakouts, three ADC pins for analog sensors, photoresistors and such, and three spare digital GPIO you could use for LEDs, buttons or digital sensors. Speaking of LEDs, the board features 12 addressable LEDs (AKA Neopixels) – one for each servo and GPIO/ADC channel.Features Raspberry Pi Pico W Aboard Dual Arm Cortex M0+ running at up to 133 Mhz with 264 kB of SRAM 2 MB of QSPI flash supporting XiP Powered and programmable by USB micro-B 2.4 GHz wireless 2 JST-SH connectors (6 pin) for attaching motors Dual H-Bridge motor driver (DRV8833) Per motor current limiting (425 mA) Per motor direction indicator LEDs 2 pin (Picoblade-compatible) connector for attaching speaker JST-PH (2 pin) connector for attaching battery (input voltage 2.5-5.5 V) 6 sets of header pins for connecting 3 pin hobby servos 6 sets of header pins for GPIO (3 of which are ADC capable) 12x addressable RGB LEDs/Neopixels User button Reset button 2x Qw/ST connectors for attaching breakouts Unpopulated headers for adding a Breakout Garden slot Fully assembled No soldering required (unless you want to add the Breakout Garden slot). C/C++ and MicroPython libraries Schematic Downloads Download pirate-brand MicroPython Getting Started with Raspberry Pi Pico Motor function reference Servo function reference MicroPython examples C++ examples

    € 44,95

    Members € 40,46

  • "Pimoroni Inky Frame 4.0\" (incl. Pico W)"

    Pimoroni Pimoroni Inky Frame 4.0" (incl. Pico W)

    Inky Frame 4.0' features a vibrant E Ink display with 640 x 400 pixels of tightly packed seven colour goodness – that's almost as many pixels as on the 5.7' Inky Frame, but squished tidily into a smaller footprint. There's five buttons with LED indicators for interacting with the display, two Qw/ST connectors for plugging in breakouts and a micro SD card slot for storage of capybara photos or other vital files. Every Inky Frame comes with a pair of sleek little metal legs so you can stand it up on your desk. There's also a battery connector so you can power it without annoying trailing wires, and some neato power saving features that mean you can run it from batteries for ages. Inky Frame 4.0' is great for: An ultra readable, low power consumption home automation dashboard Displaying stylised photos, pop art images or favourite comic panels. Showing cute graphs and readouts from local or wirelessly connected sensors Displaying fascinating data from online APIs. Features Raspberry Pi Pico W Aboard Dual Arm Cortex M0+ running at up to 133 Mhz with 264 kB of SRAM 2 MB of QSPI flash supporting XiP Powered and programmable by USB micro-B 2.4 GHz wireless 4.01' EPD display (640 x 400 pixels) E Ink Gallery Palette 4000 ePaper ACeP (Advanced Color ePaper) 7-color with black, white, red, green, blue, yellow, orange. Ultra wide viewing angles Ultra low power consumption Dot pitch – 0.135 x 0.135 mm 5x Tactile buttons with LED indicators Two Qw/ST connectors for attaching breakouts microSD card slot Dedicated RTC chip (PCF85063A) for deep sleep/wake Fully assembled (no soldering required) C/C++ and MicroPython libraries Schematic Included 1x Inky Frame 4.0' (incl. Pico W) 2x Metal legs Downloads MicroPython (Learn) Getting Started with Inky Frame (Readme) Installing MicroPython (Readme) MicroPython FAQs (and troubleshooting) Download pirate-brand MicroPython (you'll want the Inky Frame.uf2) MicroPython examples PicoGraphics function reference C/C++ C examples Picographics function reference

    € 99,95

    Members € 89,96

Features of the Raspberry Pi Pico

Raspberry Pis are small, versatile mini computers that you can use for all kinds of different projects. Whether it's simple tasks like streaming media or more advanced applications like building a Raspberry Pi-powered robot, the possibilities are endless! One of the latest additions to the Raspberry Pi family is the Pico RP2040

The Raspberry Pi Pico is easy to program with popular high-level languages such as MicroPython and or C/C++. The Pico is small in size and no less than twice as fast as its predecessor, the Raspberry Pi Zero. In addition, it is also a formidable Arduino competitor.

Raspberry Pi Pico is a cost-effective and versatile controller that is perfect for a wide variety of projects. The Pico RP2040 has two powerful Cortex M0+ cores that can be clocked up to 133 MHz and has 264 KB SRAM and 2 MB Flash memory.

Our Raspberry Pico products: From boards to modules & books!

Mastering the Raspberry Pi Pico can be done using 50 projects with Micropython in our Raspberry Pi Pico Essentials book. This book gives you a practical introduction to the world of Raspberry Pi Pico in combination with this programming language.

Or choose a 3.5" inch Waveshare touch display module with a smoother touch effect than AD-driven solutions. This touchscreen comes with development resources and manual (examples Raspberry Pi Pico C/C++ and MicroPython)

The official Raspberry Pi Pico products are available thanks to an official partnership with Raspberry, directly from the manufacturer's factory. This means that when Raspberry launches a new product, it can be delivered on the launch day.

Other applications for your Raspberry Pi

In the offer on Elektor Store you will find various other applications for the Raspberry Pi Pico with which you can give your projects a new dimension. Some of the most popular other applications come from Waveshare and Pimoroni. Both are suppliers and manufacturers of educational, industrial and hobbyist electronics.

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