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RP2040-Zero Pico-like MCU Board Based on Raspberry Pi MCU RP2040 Mini ver with pre-soldered headers (WS RP2040-Zero WH)
RP2040 MCU Board Zero, a Pico-like MCU board based on Raspberry Pi RP2040, Castellated module, suitable for SMD applications. Pre-soldered Headers.


Board specifications

  •     RP2040 microcontroller chip designed by Raspberry Pi in the United Kingdom
  •     Dual-core Arm Cortex M0+ processor, flexible clock running up to 133 MHz
  •     264KB of SRAM, and 2MB of on-board Flash memory
  •     USB-C connector, keeps it up to date, easier to use
  •     Castellated module allows soldering direct to carrier boards
  •     USB 1.1 with device and host support
  •     Low-power sleep and dormant modes
  •     Drag-and-drop programming using mass storage over USB
  •     29 × multi-function GPIO pins (20× via edge pinout, others via solder points)
  •     2 × SPI, 2 × I2C, 2 × UART, 4 × 12-bit ADC, 16 × controllable PWM channels
  •     Accurate clock and timer on-chip
  •     Temperature sensor
  •     Accelerated floating-point libraries on-chip
  •     8 × Programmable I/O (PIO) state machines for custom peripheral support
C/C++,MicroPython support

Comprehensive SDK, dev resources, tutorials to help you easily get started



29 × multi-function GPIO pins

configurable pin function, allows flexible development and integration 



What's On Board?



  1. USB Type-C connector
  2. W25Q16JVUXIQ 2MB NOR-Flash
  3. BOOT button press it when resetting to enter download mode
  4. RESET button
  5. WS2812 cool RGB LED
  1. ME621 low dropout LDO, max current 800MA
  2. RP2040 dual-core processor, up to 133MHz operating frequency
  3. RP2040 pins 10x solder points, 9 of which are for GPIO
outline dimensions


Wiki: RP2040-Zero

What's in the box?

1 x RP2040-Zero

R109.90  Inc VAT
RP2040-LCD-0.96 Pico-like MCU Board Based on Raspberry Pi MCU RP2040 with LCD and pre-soldered headers (WS RP2040-LCD WH)
Description:

RP2040 MCU Board with LCD, a Pico-like MCU board based on Raspberry Pi RP2040 with pre-soldered headers. Compatible with most of the Raspberry Pi Pico add-on modules.


Board specifications

RP2040-LCD-0.96 is a low-cost, high-performance Pico-like MCU board with flexible digital interfaces. It incorporates Raspberry Pi's RP2040 microcontroller chip, as same as the one on Raspberry Pi Pico. For software development, either Raspberry Pi's C/C SDK, or the MicroPython is available, which makes it easy for you to get started, and integrate it into end products quickly.

In additional, there'rs also onboard 0.96inch IPS display, Lithium battery recharge/discharge header, and high efficiency DC-DC buck-boost chip.

Key features include:

  • RP2040 microcontroller chip designed by Raspberry Pi in the United Kingdom
  • Dual-core Arm Cortex M0 processor, flexible clock running up to 133 MHz
  • 264KB of SRAM, and 2MB of on-board Flash memory
  • USB-C connector, keeps it up to date, easier to use
  • 0.96inch 160×80 pixels 65K colorful IPS LCD display
  • Lithium battery recharge/discharge header, suitable for mobile devices
  • Onboard DC-DC chip TPS63000, high efficiency DC-DC buck-boost chip, 1.8A current switch
  • Castellated module allows soldering direct to carrier boards (there should be dedicated cut-out for embedding the bottom components)
  • USB 1.1 with device and host support
  • Low-power sleep and dormant modes
  • Drag-and-drop programming using mass storage over USB
  • 26 × multi-function GPIO pins
  • 2 × SPI, 2 × I2C, 2 × UART, 3 × 12-bit ADC, 16 × controllable PWM channels
  • Accurate clock and timer on-chip
  • Temperature sensor
  • Accelerated floating-point libraries on-chip
  • 8 × Programmable I/O (PIO) state machines for custom peripheral support
C/C ,MicroPython support

Comprehensive SDK, dev resources, tutorials to help you easily get started


Pico-like lcd code found at : 
sudo apt-get install p7zip-full
cd ~
sudo wget  https://www.waveshare.com/w/upload/7/74/Pico_LCD_code.7z
7z x Pico_LCD_code.7z -o./Pico_LCD_code
cd ~/Pico_LCD_code
cd c/build/



26 × multi-function GPIO pins

configurable pin function, allows flexible development and integration 



What's On Board



  1. USB Type-C connector
  2. BOOT button press it when resetting to enter download mode
  3. RESET button
  4. 0.96inch IPS LCD display 160 × 80 pixels, 65K colorful
  5. Battery header MX1.25 header, for 3.7V Lithium battery, allows recharging the battery and powering the board at the same time
  6. TPS63000 high efficiency DC-DC buck-boost chip
  1. ETA6096 high efficiency Lithium battery recharge manager
  2. RP2040 dual-core processor, up to 133MHz operating frequency
  3. W25Q16JVUXIQ 2MB NOR-Flash
  4. DEBUG points
  5. Pinout
outline dimensions



Wiki: RP2040-LCD-0.96

What's in the box?

1 x RP2040-LCD with pre-soldered headers
R279.90  Inc VAT
RP2040-Plus Pico-like MCU Board Based on Raspberry Pi MCU RP2040 Plus version with pre-soldered headers (WS RP2040-PLUS WH)
RP2040 MCU Board Plus with pre-soldered headers, a Pico-like MCU board based on Raspberry Pi RP2040. Compatible with most of the Raspberry Pi Pico add-on modules.


Board specifications

Need more Flash for Raspberry Pi Pico? Dislike the outdated Micro USB connector? All these problems are solved by our RP2040-Plus now.

Same as Raspberry Pi Pico, it incorporates the RP2040 microcontroller, with dual-core Arm Cortex M0+ processor running up to 133 MHz, and 26x multi-function GPIO pins.

What's different, it features onboard 4MB Flash, USB-C connector, recharge header, and higher current DC-DC chip.

Key features include:

  •     RP2040 microcontroller chip designed by Raspberry Pi in the United Kingdom
  •     Dual-core Arm Cortex M0+ processor, flexible clock running up to 133 MHz
  •     264KB of SRAM, and 4MB of on-board Flash memory
  •     USB-C connector, keeps it up to date, easier to use
  •     Lithium battery recharge/discharge header, suitable for mobile devices
  •     Onboard DC-DC chip TPS63000, high efficiency DC-DC buck-boost chip, 1.8A current switch
  •     Castellated module allows soldering direct to carrier boards
  •     USB 1.1 with device and host support
  •     Low-power sleep and dormant modes
  •     Drag-and-drop programming using mass storage over USB
  •     26 × multi-function GPIO pins
  •     2 × SPI, 2 × I2C, 2 × UART, 3 × 12-bit ADC, 16 × controllable PWM channels
  •     Accurate clock and timer on-chip
  •     Temperature sensor
  •     Accelerated floating-point libraries on-chip
  •     8 × Programmable I/O (PIO) state machines for custom peripheral support
C/C++,MicroPython support

Comprehensive SDK, dev resources, tutorials to help you easily get started



26 × multi-function GPIO pins

configurable pin function, allows flexible development and integration 



What's On Board?



  1. LED user LED (not power indicator)
  2. ETA6096 high efficiency Lithium battery recharge manager
  3. TPS63000 high efficiency DC-DC buck-boost chip
  4. USB Type-C connector
  5. BOOT button press it when resetting to enter download mode
  6. W25Q32JVSSIQ 4MB NOR-Flash
  7. RESET button
  1. RP2040 dual-core processor, up to 133MHz operating frequency
  2. Battery header MX1.25 header, for 3.7V Lithium battery, allows recharging the battery and powering the board at the same time
  3. Pinout compatible with Raspberry Pi Pico
  4. USB test points connecting to USB interface
  5. BOOT test point connecting to BOOT button
  6. DEBUG points
outline dimensions



Wiki: RP2040-Plus

What's in the box?

1 x WS RP2040-Plus WH
R189.90  Inc VAT
Magnum Soldering Iron Stand (Magnum solder iron stand)
Description:

A much needed accessory for the entire range of Magnum Soldering Irons and Soldering Stations.

This Magnum cast iron soldering spring stand allows for a clean, safe and organised work surface. Included with a cellulose sponge.

What's in the box?

1 x Soldering iron stand
1 x Soldering Sponge



Resources:

Introduction to soldering
Video: How to solder properly
The secrets to good soldering

R269.90  Inc VAT
Maker Pi Pico Base (without Pico): Simplifying Pi Pico for Beginners (CT pico base board)
Description:

Maker Pi Pico Base incorporates the most wanted Reset button for your Raspberry Pi Pico and gives you access to all GPIO pins on two 20 ways pin-headers, with clear labels. Each GPIO is coupled with an LED indicator for convenient code testing and troubleshooting. The bottom layer of this board even comes with a comprehensive pinout diagram showing the function of each pin. 






It is a compact yet feature-packed board designed to sit at the heart of your STEM & robotics projects. Just use the jumper wires and/or Grove cables to connect any sensor and output modules to expand its capability. No soldering required!




Maker Pi Pico Base can be programmed with CircuitPython, MicroPython & C/C . Just connect to any computer (including Raspberry Pi SBC) via USB, then drag and drop the file onto it to upload the program. It's as easy as copying a file into your thumb drive!

Board Layout:
Features:
  • Work out-of-the-box. No soldering!
  • Access to all Raspberry Pi Pico's pins on two 20 ways pin headers
  • LED indicators on all GPIO pins
  • 3x programmable push button (GP20-22)
  • 1x RGB LED - NeoPixel  (GP28)
  • 1x Piezo buzzer (GP18)
  • 1x 3.5mm stereo audio jack (GP18-19)
  • 1x Micro SD card slot (GP10-15)
  • 1x ESP-01 socket (GP16-17)
  • 6x Grove port

 

Dimensions:

Packing List:
  • 1 x Maker Pi Pico
     Note  Raspberry Pi Pico NOT included. Please purchase separately here.
Resources:
R179.90  Inc VAT
Pico RGB Keypad Base (Pico RGB Keypad Base)
Description:

Connect a glorious, squishy, 4x4 rainbow-illuminated keypad to your Raspberry Pi Pico - perfect for making a custom USB input device!

Scoring very highly in the Pimoroni "things on our desk that make people say ooo" rankings, RGB Keypad Base equips a Pico with an eye-catching 4x4 silicone keypad, fully loaded with addressable APA102 LEDs so that each key can be illuminated in any colour that your little unicorn heart desires. It's all mounted on a sturdy base with rubber feet to keep it nice and level, with a handily labelled landing area for your Pico. We've broken out the full set of Pico pins to make it easy to connect up other hardware as well.

Connect your Pico project to another computer via USB for a beautiful macro keypad or a tidy midi controller. RGB Keypad Base would also work well in any project that would benefit from having fancy light up buttons as inputs - a code protected door lock perhaps, a disco dance floor for your fingers or a Simon Says style game with which to taunt your friends.

A Raspberry Pi Pico is not included - click here if you'd like to buy one!

Your Pico will need to have male headers soldered to it (with the pins pointing downwards) to attach to our add-on boards.

Features

  • 4x4 silicone keypad with conductive buttons
  • 16 x APA102 addressable RGB LEDs (datasheet)
  • Keypad buttons are connected via a TCA9555 IO expander (I2C address: 0x20).
  • Labelled landing area with female headers for attaching your Pico, with broken out pins.
  • Compatible with Raspberry Pi Pico.
  • Some assembly required!
  • No soldering required (as long as your Pico has header pins attached).
  • Dimensions: approx 60mm x 101mm x 16mm (L x W x H, assembled)
  • C/C and MicroPython libraries

Includes

  • 1x Pico RGB Keypad Base
  • 1x (reversible) square retainer plate
  • 1x silicone keypad
  • M2 8mm bolts and nuts
  • 4x rubber feet

Getting started

Turn the larger board over, and attach the little rubber feet to the paw print spaces on the bottom.

Flip it over again, and pop the silicone keypad over the buttons so the tabs fit into the holes. You can then slot the retainer plate over the top of the keys, matching up the key markings with those on the base board. You can install the retainer plate either way up, depending on whether you prefer it patterned or plain!

Poke the M2 bolts through the holes in the mounting plate (from the top) and screw on the nuts to keep all the layers sandwiched together. The bolts only need to be tightened up enough to keep the layers in place - if you find that the keys are hard to push or that the silicone layer is bulging out of the sides you might want to slacken them off a bit.

The labels on the base will show you which way round to attach your Pico - just match up the USB port to the markings on the board.

The easiest way to get started is by downloading and copying our custom MicroPython uf2 to your Pico, it includes all the libraries you'll need to use our add-ons. Click here for our beginner friendly tutorial!

You can find C examples here and MicroPython examples here.

Pinout

R479.90  Inc VAT
Pimoroni Pico VGA Demo Base (Pico VGA Demo Base)
Description:

Built especially to showcase the low cost, feature-rich RP2040 chip on the Raspberry Pi Pico, this board has VGA output, an SD card slot, digital I2S audio output, and more!

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.

Please note that VGA Demo Base only currently works with the C/C Pico SDK!

A Raspberry Pi Pico is not included - click here if you'd like to buy one!

Your Pico will need to have male headers soldered to it (with the pins pointing downwards) to attach to our add-on boards.

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

Getting started

The pin-out of our board is the same as Raspberry Pi's reference board, you can find it in chapter 3 of Hardware Design with RP2040 along with more general info about the VGA reference board.

To run the audio and video examples in Raspberry Pi's experimental repos, first make sure you have up to date versions of pico-extras and pico-playground. When building the examples, you will need to specify the board configuration so that the examples use the correct pins. You can do this by creating a new build directory and then specifying the board definition when using cmake:

cmake -D"PICO_BOARD=vgaboard" ..

There's more details on about how to build applications with custom board configurations in Appendix D / page 267 of the C/C SDK documentation.

Pinout



R389.90  Inc VAT
Pico Wireless Pack (Pico Wireless Pack)

Description:

Give your Raspberry Pi Pico project the capacity to chat with 2.4GHz Wi-Fi networks plus a handy microSD card slot!

Pico Wireless Pack attaches to the back of your Pico and uses an ESP32 chip to let your Pico connect to 2.4GHz 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, 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.

Raspberry Pi Pico not included - click here if you'd like to buy one.

Features

  • ESP32-WROOM-32E module for wireless connectivity (connected via SPI) (datasheet)
  • 1 x 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 53mm x 25mm x 11mm (L x W x H, including headers and components)
  • C and MicroPython libraries

Getting started

We've added C /MicroPython support for Wireless Pack to our Pico libraries and our custom MicroPython uf2 comes with wireless drivers for the ESP32 baked in. You can find C examples here and MicroPython examples here - there's a Cheerlights example that shows you how to make requests from an API, and one that sets your Pico up as a tiny HTTP server, accessible through your browser.

Alternatively, you can use Pico Wireless Pack with CircuitPython and Adafruit's easy to use ESP32SPI and Adafruit_CircuitPython_SD libraries. You'll need to alter their examples to use the correct pins:

spi = busio.SPI(board.GP18, board.GP19, board.GP16)

esp32_cs = DigitalInOut(board.GP7)
esp32_ready = DigitalInOut(board.GP10)
esp32_reset = DigitalInOut(board.GP11)

SD_CS = board.GP22

Pinout



Notes

  • * Please note that SD card support in the C SDK is still quite experimental - if you're planning on doing things with data you might have an easier time of it if you use CircuitPython!
  • The cuttable traces on the back let you disconnect functions that you're not using, freeing up the pins and making it easier to use Wireless Pack with other add-ons.
R249.90  Inc VAT
PicoGo Mobile Robot, Based on Raspberry Pi Pico, Self Driving, Remote Control (PicoGo Mobile Robot)
PLEASE NOTE: Raspberry Pi Pico and 14500 batteries are NOT included.

PicoGo Mobile Robot, Based On Raspberry Pi Pico, Self Driving, Remote Control



Description:

Smart robot is always the favorite project of electronic enthusiasts, and there've been several robots based on Raspberry Pi. Now, here comes the Pico version: PicoGo!

The PicoGo is a smart mobile robot based on Raspberry Pi Pico, it includes ultrasonic module, LCD module, Bluetooth module, line following module, and obstacle avoidance module, all these functions are highly integrated for easily achieving IR obstacle avoidance, auto line following, Bluetooth/IR remote control, and more. With various advanced features, it will help you fast get started with smart robot design and development.


PicoGo smart mobile robot features:

  • Standard Raspberry Pi Pico header, supports Raspberry Pi Pico series
  • Battery protection circuit: over charge/discharge protection, over current protection, short circuit protection, reverse proof, more stable and safe operating
  • Recharge/Discharge circuit, allows programming/debugging concurrently while recharging
  • 5-ch infrared sensor, analog output, combined with PID algorithm, stable line tracking
  • Onboard multiple smart robot sensors like line tracking, obstacle avoidance, no more messy wiring
  • 1.14inch IPS colorful LCD display, 240 x135 pixels, 65K colors
  • Integrates Bluetooth module, allows teleoperations like robot movement, RGB LED display color, buzzer, etc. by using mobile phone APP
  • N20 micro gearmotors, with metal gears, low noise, high accuracy
  • Colorful RGB LED, pretty cool!


*Pico & 14500 Batteries not included*



What's in the box ?
  1. PicoGo base board x1
  2. PicoGo acrylic panel x1
  3. 1.14inch LCD Module x1
  4. Ultrasonic sensor x1
  5. IR remote controller x1
  6. USB-A to micro-B cable 1.2m x1
  7. PH2.0 8Pin cable 5cm opposite side headers x1
  8. Mini cross wrench sleeve x1
  9. Screwdriver x1
  10. Screws and standoffs pack x1

Check out our blog post for this Picogo !

Resources: For any additional information/example code/Guides and Support please see the link below.

https://www.waveshare.com/wiki/PicoGo


*Pico & 14500 Batteries not included*

R1,099.90  Inc VAT
Trust Me Baseball Cap - Black (Maker Cap)
Trust Me Baseball Cap - Black


Description:

It's time to add a little accessory to your everyday outfit! Fabric unisex baseball cap from Cytron for every maker that loves making stuff. Simple and fashionable!

Comes in black colour with the slogan of TRUST ME I'M A MAKER, embroidered at the front of the cap.


Specifications:

  • Coming from makers to makers :)
  • Unisex, suitable for both male and female maker :)
  • 100% fabric, super comfortable
  • Black color fabric with TRUST ME I'M A MAKER slogan
  • With adjustable silver metal belt buckle strap, adjustable size



What's in the box ?

1 x Maker Baseball Cap









R169.90  Inc VAT
Mini Base Board (B) Designed for Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 (WS mini base B)
Description:

Suitable for evaluating the Raspberry Pi CM4 or being integrated into end products

Specifications:

CM4 socketsuitable for all variants of Compute Module 4
NetworkingGigabit Ethernet RJ45 connector
M.2 M KEY, supports communication modules or NVME SSD
ConnectorRaspberry Pi 40PIN GPIO header
USBUSB 2.0 Type A × 2, USB 2.0 via FFC connector × 2
DisplayMIPI DSI display port (15pin 1.0mm FPC connector)
CameraMIPI CSI-2 camera port × 2 (15pin 1.0mm FPC connector)
VideoHDMI port × 2 (including one port via FFC connector), supports 4K 30fps output
RTCReal-time clock with battery socket and ability to wake Compute Module 4
StorageMicroSD card socket for Compute Module 4 Lite (without eMMC) variants
Fan headerallows speed adjustment and measurement, 5V
Power input5V
Dimensions85 × 56mm

What's in the box?

1 x Mini Base Board B for CM4

Compact, yet Complete

Onboard multiple connectors including:
CSI/DSI/RTC/FAN/HDMI/USB/RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet/Micro SD Card Slot/M.2 Slot




What's On Board?

  1. CM4 socket
    suitable for all variants of Compute Module 4
  2. Power input/Programming
    5V/2.5A power supply, or used for eMMC burning
  3. DISP
    MIPI DSI display port
  4. FAN
    for connecting cooling fan, allows speed adjustment and measurement
  5. CAM
    2x MIPI CSI camera ports
  6. HDMI0 connector
    HDMI0 port, supports 4K 30fps output
  7. USB 2.0 ports
    2x USB 2.0 ports, for connecting sorts of USB devices
  8. Gigabit Ethernet connector
    Gigabit Ethernet RJ45 connector, with 10 / 100 / 1000M network support
  9. M.2 indicator
    indicating the operating status of M.2 interface
  10. ACT indicator
    indicating the operating status of Raspberry Pi
  11. PWR indicator
    indicating the status of Raspberry Pi power supply
  12. BOOT selection
    ON: CM4 would be booted from USB-C interface
    OFF: CM4 would be booted from eMMC or Micro SD card
  1. 40PIN GPIO header
  2. Micro SD card slot
    for connecting a Micro SD card with pre-burnt image (Lite variant ONLY)
  3. HDMI1 FFC connector
    HDMI1 port, supports 4K 30fps output
  4. USB 2.0 FFC connector
    can be connected through an adapter
  5. FE1.1S
    USB HUB chip, expanding one USB port to 4x ports
  6. M.2 slot
    supports sorts of NVME SSD, or communication modules with PCIE M.2 KEY-M interface
  7. RTC chip
    allows RTC-related functions like wakeup, shutdown, reboot, and more
  8. RTC interrupt selection
    PI-RUN: CM4 reboot on RTC interruption
    GN-EN: CM4 shutdown on RTC interruption
    D4: D4 pin is triggered on RTC interruption
  9. EMC2301
    fan controller, for speed adjustment / measurement
  10. RTC battery holder
    supports CR1220 button cell

Outline dimensions



Working with an additional SSD



R649.90  Inc VAT
Maker Hat Base - HAT & GPIO Extension for Raspberry Pi 400 (Maker Hat pi400)
Description:

Maker Hat Base extends out all the GPIOs of the Raspberry Pi 400 in a quick and simple way - be it using your favorite HAT or building your own simple circuit with jumper wires on the mini breadboard.

Since a ribbon cable is used for the connection, the Maker Hat Base is compatible with the Raspberry Pi 3 and Pi 4 too. This is especially useful when the Raspberry Pi is enclosed in a case and you want to extend its GPIOs out for HAT.

Each GPIO pin is clearly labelled and its status LED is definitely helpful during testing and troubleshooting. The onboard buzzer and push buttons will get you start coding in no time without the need of building your own circuit. Wanna connect to some external sensors/ modules? Worry not! The onboard Grove ports (GPIO, UART & I2C) is there for you.

Features:

  • Specially designed for Raspberry Pi 400.
  • Compatible with Raspberry Pi 3 & 4.
  • Extension pins for HAT.
  • Clearly labelled GPIOs breakout for jumper wires.
  • Status LEDs for each GPIOs.
  • 1 x programmable buzzer.
  • 4 x programmable push buttons.
  • 3 x Grove ports (GPIO, UART & I2C) for external modules.
  • Onboard 3.3V regulator provides extra current up to 800mA.


What's in the box ?

  • 1 x Maker Hat Base
  • 1 x Mini Breadboard (Random Color)
  • 1 x 40 Ways Female to Female IDE cable (10cm)
  • 1 x Flat Cable Clamper with Adhesive (60mm)
  • 4 x Silicone Bumper


Resources:














R169.90  Inc VAT
Nano Base Board (B) for Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 (nano base for CM4)
Note: the CM4 is NOT included. Please buy it separately if necessary.

Description:

The Nano Base Board (B) For Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4, is the Same Size As The CM4 and is suitable For Evaluating The Raspberry Pi CM4 Or Being Integrated Into End Products.

This module is Compact, Yet Complete, featuring: Standard CM4 Socket, 40PIN GPIO, Gigabit Ethernet, USB2.0, DSI, CSI, 3.5mm Audio Jack...


Specifications:


CM4 SOCKET    -      suitable for all variants of Compute Module 4
NETWORKING  -      Gigabit Ethernet RJ45 connector
CONNECTOR    -      Raspberry Pi 40PIN GPIO header × 1
USB                      -      USB 2.0 Type A connector × 1
DISPLAY             -       MIPI DSI port × 1 (15pin 1.0mm FPC connector)
CAMERA            -       MIPI CSI-2 port × 1 (15pin 1.0mm FPC connector)
VIDEO                 -       Mini HDMI port × 1, supports 4K 30fps output
AUDIO                -       3.5mm jack
STORAGE          -        Micro SD card socket for Compute Module 4 Lite (without eMMC) variants
POWER INPUT    -    5V
DIMENSIONS       -    56 × 41mm

What's On Board



CM4 socket   -   suitable for all variants of Compute Module 4
Micro SD card slot   -    for connecting a Micro SD card with pre-burnt image (Lite variant ONLY)
40PIN GPIO header   -    for connecting sorts of HATs
Gigabit Ethernet RJ45 connector
Power supply / Programming  -   5V power supply, or used for eMMC burning
3.5mm audio jack
User button
USB2.0 connector  -   for connecting sorts of USB devices
CSI connector  -   MIPI CSI camera interface
DSI connector  -   MIPI DSI display interface
MP1658
Mini HDMI connector  -  supports 4K 30fps output
BOOT switch: 
  • ON: Switch USB to Type C interface, will enter download mode when powered on (configured as a large-capacity disk through RPI boot)
  • OFF: Switch USB to Type A interface, will not enter download mode when powered on (booted from eMMC or Micro SD card)


Outline Dimensions



What's in the box?

1 x CM4-NANO-B



1 x 2*20PIN color-coded straight pin header


Resources & Services

WIKI: CM4-NANO-B
R319.90  Inc VAT
HAT - Grove Base for Raspberry Pi (RPi grove base HAT)
Description:

Today, the grove series of sensors, actuators, and displays have grown into a large family. More and more grove modules will join the whole Grove ecosystem in the future. We see the Grove helps hundreds of thousands of makers, engineers, teachers, students, and even artists to learn, to make, to create... Now we bring you the Grove Base Hat for Raspberry Pi to make the Grove module compatible with more platforms. In another word, we bring the Raspberry Pi the whole Grove System.




The Grove Base Hat for Raspberry Pi provides a Digital/Analog/I2C/PWM/UART port to meet all your needs. With the help of the build-in MCU, a 12-bit  8 channel ADC is also available for Raspberry Pi. Currently, more than 60 groves have supported the Grove Base Hat for Raspberry Pi.

Compared with Grove Pi , the Grove Base Hat for Raspberry Pi does not use the ATMEGA chip for data conversion, so it runs faster. We provide the Raspberry Pi driver for Grove Base Hat for Raspberry Pi. What's more, Grove Base Hat for Raspberry Pi is much more cost-effective. In other words, we lowered the threshold for using the grove series on the Raspberry Pi. We hope you like it, enjoy :D

Pinout:


  • GPIO:
    The same pinout as the raspberry pi.
     
  • PWM(pulse-width modulation):
    The Grove PWM Port connects to GPIO/BCM pin12(PWM0) and GPIO/BCM pin13(PWM1), which is the hardware PWM pin of Raspberry Pi, in addition, you can use all the GPIO pins as the soft PWM pin.
     
  • UART: 
    The Grove UART port connects to the GPIO14(UART0 TX) and GPIO15(UART0 RX). UART is commonly used on the Pi as a convenient way to control it over the GPIO or access the kernel boot messages from the serial console (enabled by default).It can also be used as a way to interface an Arduino, bootload ATmega, ESP8266, etc with your Pi.
     
  • Digital: 
    There are 6 digital Grove sockets in this board, normally the yellow wire(which connect to the top pin of the 4 pins Grove socket as) of Grove cable is the signal wire, so we name the digital Grove port D5/D16/D18/D22/D24/D26.
     
  • Analog: 
    As we know, there is no ADC in the Raspberry Pi, so it can not work with analog sensors directly. Now with the help of the build-in MCU STM32, the Grove base HAT can work as an external 12-bit ADC, which means you can use the analog sensor with your Raspberry Pi. Even more pleasing is that not one but four analog Grove sockets are available.
    The analog sensor inputs the analog voltage into the 12-bit ADC. After the ADC converts the analog data to digital data, it input the digital data to the Raspberry Pi through the I2C interface.
     
  • I2C: 
    There are three I2C ports available in this board, they all connect to the I2C pin of the raspberry directly. You can consider this part as an I2C hub. Most of Seeed's new grove modules have an I2C interface, you may find those I2C three ports are extremely useful.
     
  • SWD: We use the SWD port to burn the firmware to this hat. In addition, you can see 3 GPIO pins in this section, i.e., pin 9/pin 10/pin 11. Those three pins do not use by any Grove port, you are free to use them without worrying about pin conflicts.

Note:

  1. All the silkscreen layer pin number beside the Grove port is the BCM pin number. The difference between BCM pins and the physical pins please refer to here.
  2. Compared with hardware PWM, the software PWM isn't so accurate and will have trouble at high frequencies.
  3. The GPIO/BCM pin18 is also marked as PWM0. The GPIO/BCM 12 and the GPIO/BCM 18 share the same PWM channel, so they can't be set to different rates.
  4. The audio jack output also uses PWM 0 and PWM 1, so you can't have an audio output on that socket and use the PWMs at the same time.
Features and specifications:
  • Support Raspberry Pi 2B, 3B, 3B and 4
  • build-in MCU
  • 12-bit ADC
  • Multi-type Grove port
  • Operating Voltage: 3.3V
  • MCU: STM32/MM32
  • ADC: 12-bit 8 channel
  • Grove Ports:
    • 6 x Digital
    • 4 x Analog
    • 3 x I2C
    • 1 x PWM
    • 1x UART
  • Raspberry pi communication bus: I2C
  • I2C Address: 0x04/0x08

 

Packing list:
  • 1 x HAT - Grove Base for Raspberry Pi


Resources:
R289.90  Inc VAT
Grove Base Kit for Raspberry Pi (grove base kit for pi)
Description:

The Grove Base Kit for Raspberry Pi is one of the best kits for beginners to get started with Raspberry Pi. No troublesome soldering and no complicated wiring. You can focus on learning Raspberry Pi. This kit includes a Grove Base Hat for Raspberry Pi and 10 Grove modules, which covering the sensor, actuator, and display. All you need to do is following the demo, plug the module into the Grove Base Hat, truly plug and play.


On top of that, we have provided you with detailed instructions on the use of Raspberry Pi and the use of each module, which including 8 lessons for the module. Just click the wiki to view the user manual. Also, you can check the video guide here, which will tell you how to use this kit step by step.

All in all, whether you are a student, teacher, artist, hardware enthusiast, and so on, with the help of the Grove Base Kit for Raspberry Pi,  you will get to know Raspberry Pi quickly and comprehensively.

For all Grove users (especially beginners), we provide you guidance PDF documents. Please download and read through Preface - Getting Started and Introduction to Grove before your use of the product.

Features:

  • A great kit for Raspberry Pi beginner to get started
  • With Grove modules, no wiring is necessary
  • Plug and Use module
  • Include 10 Grove modules and a Grove base for Raspberry Pi

Now the kit comes with the Grove Base Hat for Raspberry Pi, making Raspberry Pi compatible with the Grove System.

The Grove Base Hat for Raspberry Pi provides Digital/Analog/I2C/PWM/UART port to meet all your needs. With the help of build-in MCU, a 12-bit 8 channel ADC is also available for Raspberry Pi.


Grove Base HAT Features:


Packing List:

  • 1 x Grove Base Hat for Raspberry Pi
  • 1 x Grove - Red LED Button
  • 1 x Grove - Buzzer
  • 1 x Grove - Moisture Sensor
  • 1 x Grove - Temperature & Humidity Sensor (DHT11)
  • 1 x Grove - Light Sensor
  • 1 x Grove - mini PIR motion sensor
  • 1 x Grove - Ultrasonic Ranger
  • 1 x Grove - Relay
  • 1 x Grove - Servo
  • 1 x Grove - 16 x 2 LCD (White on Blue)

Resources:

R799.90  Inc VAT
Creality 3D Extruder Back Support Plate for Ender 3 Ender 3 Pro CR-10 CR-10S S4 S5 (CR plate with wheels)
Easy to use, easy to install, a perfect extruder support accessory. With 3 pulleys on the plate, for working with the 3D printer.

Specifications:

Item: Extruder Back Support Base Plate with wheels
Material: Metal
Colour: Black


What's in the box?

1 x Creality Extruder Back Support Plate With Wheels
R119.90  Inc VAT
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