The 4GB version of Raspberry Pi 4 Model B is one of the newest members of the fourth-generation Raspberry Pi family. It is a high-performance general-purpose computer, incorporating a quad-core 64-bit ARM Cortex-A72 CPU. Other key features include: two micro-HDMI ports supporting resolutions up to 4K; USB 3.0; a USB-C connector for power input; true Gigabit Ethernet with PoE capability (requires additional PoE HAT); dual-band wireless networking and Bluetooth 5.0. Together these make this board an ideal fit for your next SBC-based IoT project. Don’t forget to download the newest version of NOOBS for the Raspberry Pi 4 from the Pi Foundation at https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/noobs/
The Piper Computer Kit includes everything needed to teach students about computer science, electronics, and coding through Piper's StoryMode using the Raspberry Pi Edition of Minecraft, and PiperCode using Google's Blockly. Ideal for ages 8+.
Want to create HD video and still photographs from your Raspberry Pi or Compute Module? Well picture this: Utilising the IMX219PQ image sensor from Sony which offers high-speed video imaging and high sensitivity, The Raspberry Pi HD Camera Module V2 includes 8 megapixels of high quality imaging, reduced image contamination and automatic control functions such as exposure control, white balance and luminance detection. Whether you are trying out time-lapse or doing some wildlife watching, there is plenty to play with here.
If you are looking for a development board for a more complex project, the Arduino Mega 2560 is for you. Ideal for use in 3D printing and robotics, this handy bit of kit is based on the ATmega2560 Microcontroller, and can be used both standalone or connected to a PC. Amongst other fantastic features, with 54 x digital I/O pins, 16 Analogue inputs and 4 UART, it will certainly keep you busy.
BeagleBone AI : The Fast Track for Embedded Machine Learning. Built on the proven BeagleBoard.org® open source Linux approach, BeagleBone® AI fills the gap between small SBCs and more powerful industrial computers. Based on the Texas Instruments AM5729, developers have access to the powerful SoC with the ease of BeagleBone® Black header and mechanical compatibility. BeagleBone® AI makes it easy to explore how artificial intelligence (AI) can be used in everyday life via the TI C66x digital-signal-processor (DSP) cores and embedded-vision-engine (EVE) cores supported through an optimized TIDL machine learning OpenCL API with pre-installed tools. Focused on everyday automation in industrial, commercial and home applications.
The OKdo E1 is an ultra-low-cost Development Board based on the NXP LPC55S69JBD100 dual-core Arm Cortex® M33 microcontroller. The E1 board is perfect for Industrial IoT, building control and automation, consumer electronics, general embedded and secure applications.
The 8GB version of Raspberry Pi 4 Model B is the newest member of the fourth-generation Raspberry Pi family. It is a high-performance general-purpose computer, incorporating a quad-core 64-bit ARM Cortex-A72 CPU. Other key features include: two micro-HDMI ports supporting resolutions up to 4K; USB 3.0; a USB-C connector for power input; true Gigabit Ethernet with PoE capability (requires additional PoE HAT); dual-band wireless networking and Bluetooth 5.0. Together these make this board an ideal fit for your next SBC-based IoT project. Don’t forget to download the newest version of NOOBS for the Raspberry Pi 4 from the Pi Foundation at https://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads/noobs/
This kit contains everything you need to get the Mozilla WebThings Gateway up and running in minutes. Just insert the pre-programmed uSD card, plug in Ethernet or attach via Wi-Fi to your internet modem or Wi-Fi router, and apply power. Quickly configure the privacy and security of your gateway via the GUI which is accessible from any browser. And finally, connect a wide range of commercial smart devices including lights, switches, door and motion sensors, and IP cameras so you can personally monitor and control your environment locally or over the Internet. You can even manage devices you have created yourself using low-cost hardware such as the micro:bit, Arduino framework hardware, and more. The powerful rules engine lets you gain convenience and confidence with no ongoing fees nor having to give up your data and privacy to giant corporations.
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OKdo Raspberry Pi 4 4GB Model B Starter Kit This exclusive 8-piece Raspberry Pi 4 starter kit from OKdo includes everything you need (it really does) to get going in the world of Raspberry Pi– from all the hardware in a single box, to access to an online step-by-step guide as well as projects to get up and running faster than ever, effortlessly.
In this project you will turn your Pi into a print server that can add Wifi capability to a USB printer so that other computers whether Windows, Mac or Linux, can print from it wirelessly
Get off to an awesome start with the Raspberry Pi 3B+ Premium Kit. BY bringing together the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ board and some of the best and most popular accessories, this kit is a great way to pick up all the Pi maker essentials at once.
“Alexa – fix me a coffee and a donut. A jam one. With cream.” Well, we’re not there quite yet. But Amazon’s Alexa is fast becoming the virtual P.A. for more and more of us. That’s why we’re so excited by a neat little bit of wizardry we’ve come across that lets you control your JustBoom player from afar simply by asking you-know-who. Just follow these easy steps - and you’ll soon be adjusting your JustBoom audio boards using the JustBoom OS REST API and Amazon Alexa. (Oh, and since we use the cloud service IFTTT and the built-in REST APIs from JustBoom OS to make calls, there’s no complex coding to tie you up in knots.) First things first – here’s the stuff you’ll need: Raspberry Pi & Power supply JustBoom HAT or pHAT JustBoom Player & 8GB micro SD card (minimum requirement) Amazon Alexa device Ready? Let’s go…
The popular open source BeagleBone® Black now comes with built-in wireless networking capability, replacing the 10/100 Ethernet port with onboard 802.11 b/g/n 2.4GHz WiFi and Bluetooth. Leveraging a partnership with Octavo Systems and designed in AutodeskCadSoft EAGLEEagle, BeagleBone® Black Wireless is the easiest to use and modify credit-card sized IoT Linux computer available.
If you're anything like me, at some point you get asked to use a brand new board for a project. This can be for a variety of reasons, and it comes with a variety of feelings - including one that reigns supreme "YES! Let's do this!". When it comes to starting down the path of a new board, you may feel overwhelmed, but have no fear you are in good hands. Relax, and enjoy the easy way to BeagleBone exploration. The first part is now the easiest thanks to OKDo. Go to okdo.com and order your BeagleBone Black Wireless. Same great BeagleBone Black that users have been loving for years, now with Wifi, Bluetooth and more! Once you place the order wait for that shiny box to show up! Also make sure you have an SD Card on hand for updating your OS.
Air Quality IoT Starter Kit consists of a Wio Link board, a gas sensor and a temperature/humidity sensor. Wio Link is an ESP8266 based open-source Wi-Fi board designed to simplify IoT developments by offering plug-n-play modules through Grove connectors. The TVOC/eCO2 Gas Sensor (based on Sensiron SGP30) is an indoor air quality monitoring sensor. The SGP30 is a digital multi-pixel gas sensor that can detect harmful gases through TVOC(Total Volatile Organic Compounds) and CO2eq. The Temperature & Humidity Sensor (DHT22) is a high accuracy sensor used in indoor applications. The detecting range of this sensor is 5% RH – 99% RH, temperature range from -40°C to 80°C and its accuracy reaches up to 2% RH and 0.5°C respectively. Setup and programming of this board can be done using Arduino IDE with the support libraries from OKdo to send the sensor data to OKdo Cloud. For more info on how to get connected to the OKdo Cloud for free, please follow the instructions on the leaflet or read more at https://www.okdo.com/do-iot/
So you got yourself one of our new air quality monitoring kits and you are ready to do your part as a citizen scientist by contributing your data to the cloud. This guide will help you get your new kit online and connected to our cloud service to join all the other devices around the world. We tried to make this process easy so let's get started! What's in the box: A Wio Link Board Grove Temperature & Humidity Sensor (DHT22) Grove VOC and eCO2 Gas Sensor (SGP30) Micro USB Cable Grove Cables Other things you will need: Your WiFi access credentials Arduino IDE installed Wio Link board support in your Arduino IDE OKdo IoT kit libraries installed OKdo Cloud Account
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