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Inside this part of the shop you can find all the bits and pieces you need for your prototyping needs. Here you can kit out your maker station with tools and consumables, as well as other components such as headers, sensors and accelerometers to bring all those epic ideas to life!
Inside this part of the shop you will find a plethora of add-ons for your Raspberry Pi and other micro computers. Our Maker Emporium includes everything from plug-and-play HATs, to breakout kits and boards including sensors, drivers, motors, wearables and much, much more. Here is where any maker can equip themselves with the gizmos and gadgets they need to take their embedded projects to new heights and beyond!
There are so many great things you can do with the Raspberry Pi - almost too many to list! These kits & bundles are one of the best ways of getting involved with everyone's favourite single board computer. Whether you want to build a bespoke project, or just get your hands on the gear you need to get your ideas off the ground, we think these bundles are the fast track to optimum levels of fun!
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Here at Pi Supply, we love everything offered by the Raspberry Pi... but we love other single board platforms too! We like to offer a range of options that is as wide as possible to help make all your maker dreams a reality. Here is the range of other micro computers that we carry, including Arduino, BeagleBone and micro:bit.
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Love your micro:bit but wish it had a splash of colour? Well, with this nifty add-on you have 32 individually controllable RGB WS2812B (NeoPixel) LEDs in a well proportioned 4x8 grid.
The WS2812B LEDs are also known as NeoPixels, which is Adafruits Trademark name for them. As such, they use the NeoPixel library in TouchDevelop etc.
The micro:pixel comes fully assembled with an edge connector, simply plug your micro:bit in and get coding! We have a link in the Example Code Section to the code we have been using to play with them!
By default the micro:pixel uses Pin0 as the LED data pin as this is the default value for the touch develop neopixel library. If you wish to use another pin in Micropython or Java then we have designed in a handy solder jumper on the board, simply cut the thin track using a craft knife and solder between the other pads this will enable pin 8 as the data pin for the LEDs and free up pin 0.
These little WS2812B Neopixel fellas can get VERY bright so we recommend running at a low brightness ONLY (we recommend 1/8th which is 32 out of 255 in your code). WARNING - If you run the micro:pixel board at brightnesses higher than this, then you may well damage your micro:bit board as the pixels will try to pull more power than the micro:bit itself can handle.
Although the micro:bit will power the micro:pixel straight from a USB it's a good idea to use one of the related battery clips, that also means you can have a truly portable project.
The micro:pixel board also has the micro:bits pins 0, 1 and 2 broken out along with 3v and ground which can accommodate a banana plug or croc clip.