Get Started with MicroPython on Raspberry Pi Pico

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What is MicroPython?

MicroPython is a full implementation of the Python 3 programming language that runs directly on embedded hardware like Raspberry Pi Pico. You get an interactive prompt (the REPL) to execute commands immediately via USB Serial, and a built-in filesystem. The Pico port of MicroPython includes modules for accessing low-level chip-specific hardware.

What is Raspberry Pi Pico?
Raspberry Pi Pico, a microcontroller board built on silicon designed here at Raspberry Pi.




Your official guide

Microcontrollers, like RP2040 at the heart of Raspberry PiPico, are computers stripped back to their bare essentials. You don’t use monitors or keyboards, but program them to take their input from, and send their output to the input/output pins. Using these programmable connections, you can light lights, make noises, send text to screens, and much more. In Get Started with MicroPython on Raspberry Pi Pico, you will learn how to use the beginner-friendly language MicroPython to write programs and connect up hardware to make your Raspberry Pi Pico interact with the world around it. Using these skills, you can create your own electro‑mechanical projects, whether for fun or to make your life easier.

Contents of the Raspberry Pi Pico book:

Chapter 1: Get to know your Raspberry Pi Pico
Get fully acquainted with your powerful new microcontroller and learn how to attach pin headers and install MicroPython to program it

Chapter 2: Programming with MicroPython
Connect a computer and start writing programs for your Raspberry Pi Pico using the MicroPython language

Chapter 3: Physical computing
Learn about your Raspberry Pi Pico’s pins and the electronic components you can connect and control

Chapter 4: Physical computing with Raspberry Pi Pico
Start connecting basic electronic components to your Raspberry Pi Pico and writing programs to control and sense them

Chapter 5: Traffic light controller
Create your own mini pedestrian crossing system using multiple LEDs and a push-button

Chapter 6: Reaction game
Build a simple reaction timing game using an LED and push-buttons, for one or two players

Chapter 7: Burglar alarm
Use a motion sensor to detect intruders and sound the alarm with a flashing light and siren

Chapter 8: Temperature gauge
Use your Raspberry Pi Pico’s built-in ADC to convert analogue inputs, and read its internal temperature sensor

Chapter 9: Data logger
Turn Raspberry Pi Pico into a temperature data-logging device and untether it from the computer to make it fully portable

Chapter 10: Digital communication protocols: I2C and SPI
Explore these two popular communication protocols and use them to display data on an LCD

 

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  • Model: book micropython pico
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