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raspberry pi zero
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The Raspberry Pi Zero is half the size of a Model A+, with twice the utility. A tiny Raspberry Pi that’s affordable enough for any project!

  • 1GHz, Single-core CPU
  • 512MB RAM
  • Mini-HDMI port
  • Micro-USB OTG port
  • Micro-USB power
  • HAT-compatible 40-pin header
  • Composite video and reset headers
  • CSI camera connector (v1.3 only)

Description

We apologise that, due to high demand, we are temporarily not able to take back orders for the Raspberry Pi Zero.

Introducing the latest addition to the Raspberry Pi Family – the miniature Raspberry Pi Zero!

The Raspberry Pi Zero is the latest single board computer to be released by the Raspberry Pi Foundation. It is the entry level model Raspberry Pi perfect for hobbyists, makers and industrial engineers looking to create solutions where small size and low power consumption are important. This is especially relevant for applications in the wearables space as well as up and coming applications like IoT (internet of things) devices, embedded hardware that does not require the quad-core power of the Raspberry Pi 2B and a multitude of other applications.

Key Features

  • The Pi Zero utilises the single-core BCM2835 processor, which can now be over-clocked to 1GHz
  • 512MB onboard RAM
  • Micro SD port for storage and operating system
  • Micro USB Power Input
  • Micro USB data port for linking to accessories and peripherals like an external USB hub, or for connecting to your PC (Micro USB “On the Go” adapter is supplied to connect your standard USB devices)
  • The 40 pin GPIO is unpopulated providing the flexibility to use only the connections your solution requires
  • The Pi Zero supports full HD 1080P output via Mini HDMI or using RCA composite video output via the unpopulated pins (Mini HDMI to HDMI adapter is supplied to connect to your display)
  • Power rating of just 160mA even when connected to a 1080P display, making this the most efficient Raspberry Pi to date

Technical Specifications

  • Power: 5V, supplied via micro USB connector, drawing 160mA (even when connected to an HD display).
  • RAM: 512MB
  • CPU: Broadcom BCM2835 ARMv6 system-on-a-chip, running at up to 1GHz
  • Dimensions: 65mm x 30mm x 5mm
  • Storage: MicroSD card
  • Video and Audio: 1080P HD video output. Audio output via mini-HDMI connector
  • Operating System: Linux / Raspbian / NOOBS and many others

Inputs and Outputs

  • MicroSD Card Slot: The Pi Zero gets its storage space from a MicroSD card, which you’ll need to install the operating system on.
  • Mini HDMI: Video output for the Pi Zero is by way of a mini-HDMI connector. In terms of their operation, these connectors perform identically to their larger versions. Just be aware that you’ll need a mini-HDMI to standard HDMI cable for your monitor or TV.
  • Micro USB: You’ll notice there are two micro USB connectors on the Pi Zero. One is for data (the connector on the left, if the MicroSD card slot is on the left), and one is for power. Don’t get them mixed up. For the data one, you might want to get a cable or an adapter so you can connect a USB hub, and therefore all your peripherals (keyboard, mouse etc).
  • GPIO: The Pi Zero has the same 40 pin General Purpose Input/Output connections as the Model A+, B+ and RPi2, but the connector pins are unpopulated. So if you want to use the GPIO, you’ll either have to solder the required pins in place, or solder your connections directly to the Pi Zero.
  • RUN Mode Pins: There are two unpopulated RUN mode pins, which can be used to connect a reset button to the Pi Zero. Again, you’ll either have to add the pins yourself, or solder the button straight to the board.
  • Composite Video: Here’s an interesting one. There’s an RCA composited video output via two (unpopulated) pins, so you can hook the Pi Zero up to older display equipment that accepts a phono plug as an input

PCF8591 AD and DA Converter Module Analog to Digital and Digital to Analog Conversion Module
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Description:

1. A module chip using PCF8591
2. module supports external voltage input capture (input voltage range 0-5v)
3. Three modules integrated photoresistor acquisition environment through the AD intensity accurate numerical
4. modules integrated thermistor, can capture the precise value of the ambient temperature through the AD
5. The five-module integrated 1 channel 0-5V voltage input acquisition (blue potentiometer to adjust the input voltage)
6. modules with power indicator light (on the module after power indicator lights)
7. modules with the DA output indicator light board DA output indicator module DA output interface voltage reaches a certain value, the voltage the greater the light brightness is more obvious;
8. module PCB size: 3.6cm * 2.3cm
9. standard double-sided, plate thickness 1.6mm, the layout is nice, surrounded by the through-hole, aperture: 3mm, convenient fixed


Performance indicators:
Single-Supply Operation
PCF8591 operating voltage range of 2.5V to 6V
Low standby current
Through the I2C bus serial input / output
PCF8591 by 3 hardware address pins addressing
Sampling rate PCF8591 I2C bus rate decided
4 analog inputs programmable as single-ended or differential inputs
Automatic incremental channel selection
PCF8591 analog voltage range from VSS to VDD
PCF8591 built-in track and hold circuit
8-bit successive approximation A / D converter
Through an analog output DAC gain

Module interface:

The module's left and right, respectively, the external expansion of 2-way pin interface, respectively, as follows:
Output interface of the left the AOUT chip DA
The AINO chip analog input interface.
AIN1 chip analog input interface
AIN2 chip analog input interface
AIN3 chip analog input interface
The right side of the SCL IIC clock interface to access the microcontroller IO port
The SDA IIC digital interface connected microcontroller IO port
GND module to an external
VCC power supply interface external 3.3v-5v
Module red jumper instructions for use
Module three red short circuit cap, respectively, the role are as follows:
P4 connected to the P4 jumper, select thermistor access circuit
P5 connected to P5 jumper to select the photoresistor access circuit
P6 connected to the P6 jumper, to select 0-5V adjustable voltage access circuit

 

Package Included:
1 X PCF8591 Module
4 X Dupond Cable

Raspberry Pi 8Mp 8MegaPixel Camera V2.0
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The Raspberry Pi camera module v2 replaced the original camera module in April 2016. The v2 camera has a Sony IMX219 8-megapixel sensor (compared to the 5-megapixel OmniVision OV5647 sensor of the original camera).

The camera module can be used to take high-definition video, as well as stills photographs. It’s easy to use for beginners, but has plenty to offer advanced users if you’re looking to expand your knowledge. There are lots of examples online of people using it for time-lapseslow-motion and other video cleverness. You can also use the libraries we bundle with the camera to create effects.

You can read all the gory details about IMX219 and the Exmor R back-illuminated sensor architecture on Sony’s website, but suffice to say this is more than just a resolution upgrade: it’s a leap forward in image quality, colour fidelity and low-light performance. It supports 1080p30, 720p60 and VGA90 video modes, as well as still capture. It attaches via a 15cm ribbon cable to the CSI port on the Raspberry Pi.

The camera works with all models of Raspberry Pi 1, 2 and 3. It can be accessed through the MMAL and V4L APIs, and there are numerous third-party libraries built for it, including the Picamera Python library. See the Getting Started with Picameraresource to learn how to use it.

The camera module is very popular in home security applications, and in wildlife camera traps.

 

  • 8 megapixel camera capable of taking photographs of 3280 x 2464 pixels
  • Capture video at 1080p30, 720p60 and 640x480p90 resolutions
  • All software is supported within the latest version of Raspbian Operating System
  • Applications: CCTV security camera, motion detection, time lapse photography

Infrared Night Vision IR 5MP Raspberry Pi NoIR Camera Orignal
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The Raspberry Pi Camera Board Features a 5MP (2592×1944 pixels)
Omnivision 5647 sensor in a fixed focus module
The module attaches to Raspberry Pi, by way of a 15 Pin Ribbon Cable, to the dedicated 15-pin MIPI Camera Serial Interface (CSI)
The CSI bus is capable of extremely high data rates, and it exclusively carries pixel data to the BCM2835 processor
The sensor itself has a native resolution of 5 megapixel, and has a fixed focus lens onboard
The camera is capable of 2592 x 1944 pixel static images, and also supports 1080 p @ 30 fps, 720 p @ 60 fps  and 640 x480 p 60/90 video recording
The camera is supported in the latest version of Raspbian, the Raspberry Pi's preferred operating system

Specification:
Fully Compatible with Both the Model A and Model B Raspberry Pi
5 MP Omnivision 5647 Camera Module
Still Picture Resolution: 2592 x 1944
Viewing angle: 69.9 degrees 
Camera angle: Size can be replaced
Video: Supports 1080 p @ 30 fps, 720 p @ 60 fps  and 640 x480 p 60/90 Recording 15-pin MIPI Camera Serial Interface
Size: Approx. 25 x 24 x 9 mm /0.99 x 0.95 x 0.36 inch
Image Color: Black and White

8GB Class-10 (Highest Quality )Micro Memory SD Card For Raspberry Pi
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Do not compare this SD card with the locally availble low quality SD card which get currupt if use with Raspberry PI. This Card do not currupt , it is High Quality specially available for Raspberry PI.

Wifi dongle / Adapter for Raspberry Pi /Orange
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Raspberry Pi Raspberry pi 2 wifi dongle Orange pi pc wireless card Receiver

Note: for when Orange pi pc can only be used in more than 500 M Andrews system testing, other systems have not been tested

Computer, WIN7 / WIN8 can also use the ~

Raspberry Pi 3 Model B 1.2GHz Quad Core
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The Raspberry Pi 3 has included integrated 802.11 b/g/n wireless LAN, Bluetooth Classical and LE. You 

didn't need additional peripherals to make it wireless. It is 10x the performance of Raspberry Pi 1.

What's more, it has complete compatibility with Raspberry Pi 2, which means almost all the previous 

Raspberry Pi 2 accessories are compatible with Raspberry Pi 3.

The Raspberry Pi 3 is the third generation Raspberry Pi. It replaced the Raspberry Pi 2 Model B in 

February 2016. 

Compared to the Raspberry Pi 2 it has:
A 1.2GHz 64-bit quad-core ARMv8 CPU
802.11n Wireless LAN
Bluetooth 4.0
Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE)

Like the Pi 2, it also has:
4 USB ports
40 GPIO pins
Full HDMI port
Ethernet port
Combined 3.5mm audio jack and composite video
Camera interface (CSI)
Display interface (DSI)
Micro SD card slot (now push-pull rather than push-push)
VideoCore IV 3D graphics core

STM32 ARM STM32F103C8T6 Minimum System Microcontroller core board
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STM32F103C8T6 minimum system core board

Product introduction

This is a based on STM32F103C8T6 ARM chip core chip , has the following characteristics:

1, on board the most basic circuit based on MCU , such as crystal oscillator circuit, USB power management circuit and USB interface.

2, the core board leads to all the I / O port resources.

3, with SWD simulation debug download interface, the interface requires at least 3 lines to complete the debug download task, compared to the traditional JTAG debugging has many benefits, insert a sentence here, JTAG now have a lot to be eliminated trend, For example, ST M0 series of new MCU only retained the SWD debug interface, JTAG was canceled

4, the size is only the size of the traditional DIP40 package (such as AT89S52 ), has not yet found on Taobao smaller than the same specifications of the core board.

5, using the current Mirco USB smart phone interface, easy to use, can do USB communication and power supply.

6. For the problem that the STM32 RTC can not vibrate, we adopt the officially recommended low-load RTC crystal solution and use the Epson brand crystal instead of the cheap cylindrical crystal.

7, with a single row of high quality 1 * 40 / 2.54mm pitch pin to ensure good conductive contact, user-friendly core board placed on the standard board or breadboard. Header default is not welded, the user can choose according to their needs welding direction.

Chip Description: 1, STM32F103C8T6
 

Package Type: LQFP;

Number of pins: 48;

Kernel: Cortex- M3;

Working frequency: 72MHz;

Storage resources: 64K Byte Flash, 20KByte SRAM;

Interface Resources: 2x SPI, 3x USART, 2x I2C, 1x CAN, 37x I / O,

A / D conversion: 2x ADC (12-bit / 16-channel)

Timer: 3 ordinary timer 1 advanced timer

Debugging Download: support JTAG / SWD interface debug download, support IAP.

2, RT9193: 3.3V voltage regulator chip, the maximum output 300mA.

Other MCU parameters are as follows

 Interface Description: 
1, SWD interface: support for simulation, download and debugging.

2, Mirco USB interface: power supply and USB communication function, does not support download.

3, USART1 interface: USART1 can be used to download program, or use the USART1 for communication.

4, MCU pin interface: leads all I / O port pins, easy to connect with peripherals.

5, 5V and 3.3V power input and output interface: Commonly used in external power supply, or with other modules to deal with 
 
 other devices Description:

1, Power LED (PWR): power indication status, to determine whether the power is stable.

2, the user LED (PC13): easy I / O output test or indicate the program running status.

3, start jump jump to choose programming: (1, user flash 2, SRAM 3, system memory).

4, reset button: for user reset chip program.

5,8 M Crystal: frequency multiplier can be set so that the system clocked at 72MHz.

6,32.768KHz Crystal: for built-in RTC use, or for calibration.

 

 

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NodeMCU Devkit 2.0 Kit With CP2012 IC
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Description:
NodeMCU is an open source IoT platform.It uses the Lua scripting language. It is based on the eLua project, and built on the ESP8266 SDK 0.9.5. It uses many open source projects, such as lua-cjson,and spiffs. It includes firmware which runs on the ESP8266 Wi-Fi SoC, and hardwarewhich is based on the ESP-12 module.

Description:
NodeMCU is an open source IoT platform.It uses the Lua scripting language. It is based on the eLua project, and built on the ESP8266 SDK 0.9.5. It uses many open source projects, such as lua-cjson,and spiffs. It includes firmware which runs on the ESP8266 Wi-Fi SoC, and hardwarewhich is based on the ESP-12 module.

It is the 5th design of NodeMCU devkit. It uses CP2102 as UART bridge, and can flash firmware automatically by using nodemcu-flasher. It support apple's MAC OS.

Easy to access wireless router
Based on Lua 5.1.4 (without debug, os module.)
Event-Drive programming preferred.
Build-in json, file, timer, pwm, i2c, spi, 1-wire, net, mqtt, coap, gpio, wifi, adc, uart and system api.
GPIO pin re-mapped, use the index to access gpio, i2c, pwm.
Both Integer(less memory usage) and Float version firmware provided.
Dependencies

Build on ESP8266 sdk 0.9.5
Lua core based on eLua project
cjson based on lua-cjson
File system based on spiffs
Flash the firmware

nodemcu_latest.bin: 0x00000
for most esp8266 modules, just pull GPIO0 down and restart.
You can use the nodemcu-flasher to burn the firmware.

Or, if you build your own bin from source code.
0x00000.bin: 0x00000
0x10000.bin: 0x10000

Better run file.format() after flash

Connect the hardware in serial

baudrate:9600

Start play

Connect to your ap

ip = wifi.sta.getip()
print(ip)
-- nil
wifi.setmode(wifi.STATION)
wifi.sta.config("SSID","password")
ip = wifi.sta.getip()
print(ip)
-- 192.168.18.110
Manipulate hardware like a arduino

pin = 1
gpio.mode(pin,gpio.OUTPUT)
gpio.write(pin,gpio.HIGH)
print(gpio.read(pin))
Write network application in nodejs style

-- A simple http client
conn=net.createConnection(net.TCP, 0)
conn:on("receive", function(conn, payload) print(payload) end )
conn:connect(80,"115.239.210.27")
conn:send("GET / HTTP/1.1rnHost: www.baidu.comrn"
    .."Connection: keep-alivernAccept: */*rnrn")
Or a simple http server

-- A simple http server
srv=net.createServer(net.TCP)
srv:listen(80,function(conn)
  conn:on("receive",function(conn,payload)
    print(payload)
    conn:send("

Hello, NodeMcu.

")
  end)
  conn:on("sent",function(conn) conn:close() end)
end)
Connect to MQTT Broker

-- init mqtt client with keepalive timer 120sec
m = mqtt.Client("clientid", 120, "user", "password")
-- setup Last Will and Testament (optional)
-- Broker will publish a message with qos = 0, retain = 0, data = "offline"
-- to topic "/lwt" if client don't send keepalive packet
m:lwt("/lwt", "offline", 0, 0)
m:on("connect", function(con) print ("connected") end)
m:on("offline", function(con) print ("offline") end)
-- on publish message receive event
m:on("message", function(conn, topic, data)
  print(topic .. ":" )
  if data ~= nil then
    print(data)
  end
end)
-- for secure: m:connect("192.168.11.118", 1880, 1)
m:connect("192.168.11.118", 1880, 0, function(conn) print("connected") end)
-- subscribe topic with qos = 0
m:subscribe("/topic",0, function(conn) print("subscribe success") end)
-- or subscribe multiple topic (topic/0, qos = 0; topic/1, qos = 1; topic2 , qos = 2)
-- m:subscribe({["topic/0"]=0,["topic/1"]=1,topic2=2}, function(conn) print("subscribe success") end)
-- publish a message with data = hello, QoS = 0, retain = 0
m:publish("/topic","hello",0,0, function(conn) print("sent") end)
m:close();
-- you can call m:connect again
UDP client and server

-- a udp server
s=net.createServer(net.UDP)
s:on("receive",function(s,c) print(c) end)
s:listen(5683)
-- a udp client
cu=net.createConnection(net.UDP)
cu:on("receive",function(cu,c) print(c) end)
cu:connect(5683,"192.168.18.101")
cu:send("hello")

Package Included:
1 X NodeMCU Devkit 2.0

Educational Booster Pack MKII - BOOSTXL-EDUMKII - TI
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The Educational BoosterPack MKII offers a high level of integration for developers to quickly prototype complete solutions. Various analog and digital inputs/outputs are at your disposal including an analog joystick, environmental and motion sensors, RGB LED, microphone, buzzer, color LCD display, and more.

This BoosterPack was developed with Energia in mind. Energia is an open source, community developed coding environment, which is supported by a robust framework of intuitive APIs and easy-to-use software libraries for rapid firmware development. We recommend Energia v12 or later. Learn more about Energia at www.energia.nu.

Features
  • TI OPT3001 Light Sensor
  • TI TMP006 Temperature Sensor
  • Servo Motor Connector
  • 3-Axis Accelerometer
  • User Push Buttons
  • RGB Multi-color LED
  • Buzzer
  • 40-pin Stackable BoosterPack Connector
  • Color TFT LCD Display
  • Microphone
  • 2-Axis Joystick with Pushbutton
What's Included

 

5V 2.5A Micro USB Charger Power Adapter for Raspberry Pi etc
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2.5A is now a requirement for the Raspberry Pi 3. The CanaKit 2.5A Raspberry Pi power supply / adapter has been specially designed and tested for the new Raspberry Pi 3 and incorporates an inline noise filter for highest stability and reliable operation. 

This power supply differs from typical standard 5V USB power supplies in the market in that it can deliver a full 2.5A and still output a voltage well within the USB minimum voltage specifications. Standard 5V USB power supplies in the market have a high voltage drop when the full current is drawn from them which may cause the Raspberry Pi to reboot unexpectedly. 

With this power supply, you can power the Raspberry Pi 3 at full load as well as up to 1.2A across the four USB ports. The power supply still has about 0.5A of output power to spare, so even at the maximum current supported by the Raspberry Pi 3, the power supply is not at its absolute maximum. 

It is also ideal for use by anyone over-clocking the Raspberry Pi which causes higher power requirements that a lower power adapter may not be able to supply.