Raspberry Pi - nano-computer for embedded systems

The Raspberry Pi is a single-board ARM-based nano computer about the size of a credit card. It was designed by professors from the computer science department at Cambridge University. Their goal? Democratize access to computers and digital making.

Raspberry Pi runs on Linux, but it is also compatible with Windows and Android. It can be used with a large variety of add-ons (sensors, actuators). Many robots are based on Raspberry Pi (Niryo, Turtlebot3, Leo Rover, etc).

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This Wifi module connects to Raspberry Pi through USB and brings it a Wifi connection.

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This tiny camera module for Raspberry Pi and NVIDIA Jetson Nano offers an adjustable focal length and an extended field of view thanks to its fisheye lens.

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A 1-metre long patch lead for all your wired projects.

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The WaveShare 4” LCD Screen for Raspberry Pi is an ideal little touch screen for all your creations involving Raspbian or Ubuntu.

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With this “hat” for Raspberry Pi designed by Adafruit, you always know exactly where your microcontroller is, at any time of the day or night.

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The GT-521F32 TTL biometric fingerprint scanner is extremely precise and can store up to 200 different fingerprints in record time with a low error rate.

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A reliable and robust RJ45 category 6 F/UTP Ethernet cable for all your wired connections.

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Stack multiple boards to your Raspberry Pi using this extra lonf stacking header.

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Where would James Bond be without all his miniaturised gadgets? One thing’s for sure, the famous British spy wouldn’t say no to this minuscule surveillance camera designed for Raspberry Pi!

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Make the most of your Raspberry Pi and the SparkFun Qwiic connect system with this ready-to-use HAT!

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With the Uninterruptible Power Supply for Raspberry Pi, your board becomes safe and autonomous thanks to a rechargeable-battery system.

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Thanks to the SmartiPi case, you will be able to integrate a Raspberry Pi board into all your Lego creations! What's more, it is also compatible with all GoPro mounts.

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Servo package for GoPiGo makes it easier to attach a camera or an ultrasonic sensor to your GoPiGo robot in order to fully exploit the capabilities of your Raspberry Pi.

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Store lots of photos and Full HD+ videos using the SanDisk Extreme Pro 32 GB memory card, fast and highly resistant to day-to-day incidents.

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This small, low-profile RJ45 connector can be assembled rapidly for improved PCB connectivity.

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The RJ45 ethernet cable (15cm or 6") is a categry 5 cable that will allow you to connect your Raspberry Pi to a computer and start coding straight away!

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This case is designed to protect your precious little Raspberry Pi 3 from accidents, while remaining very practical for making the most of your programming board.

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Good news for all Raspberry Pi enthusiasts: the Raspberry Pi Zero WH board offers all the features of a Pi Zero, plus an already soldered GPIO 40-pin header!

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The most affordable Raspberry Pi in the range is back, with the Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W – a worthy heir to the Zero W board and, of course, more powerful.

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Electronic prototyping with Raspberry Pi made easy by connecting its GPIO port to a breadboard

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The Raspberry Pi 3 Model B little wonder truly deserved its own starter pack. Here’s one designed by Adafruit: full of compatible components to boost the memory capacity and autonomy of your next Pi 3 creation!

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With the Raspberry Pi PoE HAT, you can use a simple Ethernet cable to power your Raspberry Pi 3 B+ through compatible Power over Ethernet networks.

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The new Raspberry Pi Pico board is based on an RP2040 microcontroller made at “home” in Great Britain. Here, this new component has been combined with a dual-core ARM processor to create an ultra-compact and very affordable board.

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Want to make the most of your new and more powerful Raspberry Pi 4? Here, the Raspberry brand offers you a chance to experiment with its microcontroller built into a compact computer keyboard. Programming has never been easier!

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