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November 01, 2017

Blinking an LED in python has become really easy due to the new GPIO Zero library. There's a few different ways. Lets begin by just turning the amber LED on. Open up your favourite python editor and type in the following to turn it...

November 01, 2017

Following on from the previous tutorial of blinking an LED using GPIO Zero we're going to expand into creating a traffic light program. However instead of using the separate modules for the LED And buzzer there is a neater way that we can do...

November 01, 2017

The TrafficHAT is an Add-on board for the Raspberry Pi designed to help teach Basic Programming & Soldering. The Add-On meets the requirements of a HAT Add-On for the Raspberry Pi and is compatible with all models that have the 40 Way Pin header...

November 01, 2017

This is another demo program for the SnowPi written by Jarle Tiegland. A video tweet can be found at @jarjargeek's vine. from gpiozero import LEDBoard from gpiozero import LED from time import sleep nose = LED(25) rEye =...

November 01, 2017

An Advent Calendar Program By Carl Monk. # by Carl Monk (@ForToffee) # github.com/fortoffee from time import sleep from datetime import datetime from gpiozero import LED, LEDBoard board = LEDBoard(9, 22, 8, 18, 7, 17, 23, 24,...

November 01, 2017

This is another demo program for the SnowPi written by Tony Goodhew. A video tweet can be found at |@MrTomsWorld twitter. #!/usr/bin/python # Tony Goodhew 19 November 2015 # Uses SnowPi and switch with 10K Ohm pull up on GPIO #16 # PWM...

November 01, 2017

The following code will blink each LED one at a time. GPIO Zero Setup Instructions can be found here You can run this code by putting it into a python file and then running it with python. #SnowPi Test Code import random import...

November 01, 2017

To begin please make sure you have the latest version of GPIO Zero Installed. You can follow our guide on installation @ GPIO Zero Install. Getting SnowPi working is actually very simple and is done in minutes after setting up GPIO Zero using...

November 01, 2017

In this guide we will go through all of the steps to solder up your new SnowPi. Checking the components First begin by checking that you have all of your components. You should have: 1 X Snow Pi PCB 1 X 5MM Diffused Orange...

November 01, 2017

Here you will find links to all of the documentation below. Please note that documentation is in the process of being written and should be completed by the 29th of November. We've prioritised getting the hardware out and doing the...

November 01, 2017

This tutorial will go over writing your first program and using the RTk.GPIO and assumes you've already followed the guide to install python and the library installed. If not follow the guide here. I'm still writing this. The demo code below...

November 01, 2017

In progress of being written. Previously we had a page for Linux, Mac and Windows however as a majority of the guide is the same except for the OS specific guides in part 1 we've merged them into one to prevent updating one and missing...

November 01, 2017

At the bottom of the motor controller there are 3 Terminal Blocks. These are labeled: Motor 1 & Motor 2 - These are the motor blocks. In each block you can wire one motor into each block. These are Bi-directional so it doesn't matter which...

November 01, 2017

These are the instructions on how to solder the RTK-000-001 Kit up ready for use. These instructions apply for both the kits on their own and the kits packaged with the robots as they are identical. From the 4th of April 2016 all new orders by...

November 01, 2017

Ryanteck Motor Controller Board Version 3! The wiring instructions can be found on the page below listed Labelling diagram. The board uses BCM GPIO 17 & 18 for motor 1 and BCM GPIO 22 & 23 for Motor 2. We recommend looking at the latest...

November 01, 2017

This tutorial was done on Windows 7, as long as you've first followed our driver installation guide for Windows 8 then the rest will be the same. We've also had it reported that the same guide works first time for Windows 10 without having to...

November 01, 2017

In this guide we will show you how to install drivers on Windows 8 for the Raspberry Pi Debug Clip. This is done automatically in windows 7 and 10. Installation Guide Step 1 - Connecting the clip Begin by pushing the clip onto your...

November 01, 2017

Currently we don't have tutorials on how to do this as we do not have any apple mac based devices ourselves. Auto Finder We have found that the auto launcher designed for linux also works with Mac OSX. Just run the following command the...

November 01, 2017

This is the tutorial page for connecting your debug clip via a Linux based machine, a majority of this tutorial is the same with slight modifications on the distribution used. Ours covers Ubuntu which also covers a majority of Debian...

November 01, 2017

The Raspberry Pi Debug Clip is able to be used with android devices that support USB OTG. For this tutorial I will be using my Nexus 7 2012 which is running android 5.1 You can usually find out if your device supports OTG by Googling your...

November 01, 2017

This guide will show you step by step how we recommend to solder the debug clip with ease. If you prefer to solder components in a different order then that's fine! This is how we found it the easiest to solder without much trouble. Checking...

November 01, 2017

Operating Systems We have tested the debug clip to be compatible with Raspberry Pis running the following operating systems. Operating System Version Tested On Compatible? Work Around? Raspbian...

November 01, 2017

The Raspberry Pi Debug Clip is an alternative to the UART Debug cables for Raspberry Pi, It provides a serial USB console for your Raspberry Pi to your computer and makes it ideal for multiple situations. It also features a power jumper to allow...