Pimoroni Inventor 2040 W (incl. Pico W)

  • BrandPimoroni

Description

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

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€ 44,95 incl. VAT
Members € 40,46

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    SKU: 20402
    EAN: 0769894022085

    Description

    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

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