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Get Started with Okdo Pi 4 Kit

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Get up and running with your OKdo Raspberry Pi 4 Kit in no time.

1. Mount heatsinks

Mount heatsinks

  • Peel the protective backing from the heatsinks and stick them to the components shown in the diagram above

 

2. Insert Raspberry Pi into case

Mount heatsinks

  • Insert Raspberry Pi into the case

 

3. Secure screws

3. Secure screws

  • Secure the 4 screws that hold the Raspberry Pi to the case

 

4. Position fan

4. Position fans

  • Slide the fan into position

 

5. Secure fan screws

5. Secure fan screws

  • Secure the 2 screws that hold the fan in place

 

6. Connect fan

6. Connect fan

  • Connect the positive (red) cable of the fan to the pin shown above
  • Connect the negative (black) cable of the fan to the pin shown above

Ensure that the fan’s leads are connected to the correct pins.

 

7. Stick feet

7. Stick feet

  • Turn the Raspberry Pi and case around and stick the self-adhesive feet to the case

 

8. Insert micro SD card

8. Insert micro SD card

  • Insert the micro SD card into the slot of the Raspberry Pi

 

9. Connect mouse & Keyboard

9. Connect mouse & Keyboard

  • Connect the mouse and keyboard to any 2 of the USB ports

 

10. Connect screen

10. Connect screen

  • Connect the screen to the HDMI port labelled “HDMI0”

 

11. Connect power

11. Connect power

  • Connect the power cable to the port labelled “POWER”
  • Ensure that the switch on the power cable is turned on

 

12. Follow on-screen instructions

12. Follow on-screen instructions

  • Your Raspberry Pi will boot and display the desktop
  • The first time you start up your Raspberry Pi, the Welcome to Raspberry Pi application will pop-up, guiding you through the initial setup

 

13. Close case

The following steps are optional and not needed if you plan to use the GPIO pins in your projects.

13. Close case

  • Carefully slide the top of the case into position ensuring that all the small tabs snap into place and the screw holes are aligned

Ensure that the fan’s leads are not in the way

 

14. Secure case screw

14. Secure case screw

  • Use the remaining screw to secure the lid to the base of the case

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