Add the capacitive super powers of a Bare Conductive Touch Board to your Raspberry Pi with the magical Pi Cap shield!
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Pi Cap for Raspberry Pi: your PI in HID mode
The Pi Cap is a shield that’s fully compatible with the good old Raspberry Pi, bringing it all the new capabilities from the Bare Conductive universe. Now your Raspberry Pi offers virtually the same functionality as a Touch Board.
You can create all the projects you’ve dreamed of, even the craziest. Any object around you can be turned into a MIDI piano key, or a sensor; and with a bit of electric paint and a few accessories (e-textiles, alligator clips, copper tape, etc.), your whole house can become interactive.
Bare Conductive Pi Cap: a custom software environment
Bare Conductive had developed a complete code library to help you program your next projects using your Raspberry Pi. Whether you’re a fan of C++, Python or Node.js, no project will be beyond your range. Visit the Bare Conductive website to make friends with a very active community of creators, always ready to share their good ideas!
Technical specifications of the Pi Cap
- Made in the United Kingdom
- Dimensions: 85 × 40 × 7 mm
- Weight: 53 g
- From 14 years
- Touch IC: MPR121 resurgent semiconductor
- Audio output: 15 mW into 32 Ohms via a 3.5 mm stereo socket
- Input voltage: 3.3V (via a 40-way Raspberry Pi GPIO connector)
- Input current: 17 mA idle, 36 mA with all features in concurrent use
- Digital I/O pins: 7, brought out from the 40-way Raspberry Pi GPIO connector – pins 12, 13, 15, 16, 18, 22, 36
- Active low momentary push switch connected to pin 7 on the GPIO connector
- Prototyping area: 84 (7x12) 1 mm diameter holes spaced 2.54 mm apart
- Active low programmable RGB LED Red LED connected to J8.31 (5 mA when on) Green LED connected to J8.29 (1 m A when on) Blue LED connected to J8.37 (4 mA when on)
Resources for the Pi Cap
Take your first steps into the world of Human Interface Devices securely with the PI Cap documentation below:
- Code douanier