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Ryanteck SnowPi, The GPIO Snowman For Raspberry Pi

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Ryanteck SnowPi, The GPIO Snowman For Raspberry Pi
Ryanteck SnowPi, The GPIO Snowman For Raspberry Pi
Ryanteck SnowPi, The GPIO Snowman For Raspberry Pi
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SnowPi eyes not working and LEDs dim
Hi Where do you suggest I go for support on the SnowPi? I've soldered it as per the instructions but the eyes dont come on. If i switch the nose on, the arms go off and vice-versa. When any of the LEDs are on, they are very dim. Any advice on where to start looking? Thanks James
  • For technical support, please visit our forums
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Will this work on Pi Zero W?
Will this work on the Pi Zero W? Is it standard GPIO pins across Pi and Zero W so will work on both?
  • Yes, this will work on all 40 pin header Pis.
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Following a successful campaign on IndieGoGo SnowPi the GPIO Snowman for Raspberry Pi is now available!

Ideal as a Stocking filler this christmas SnowPi the GPIO Snowman is an ideal kit for people new to Raspberry Pi or even the experienced users.

Snow Pi comes as a to solder kit and is targeted at beginners to solder. We've got instructions on how to solder on the Documentation Wiki and takes around 15 minutes for an experienced person to solder or around 45-60 minutes for a beginner.

The components that make up Snow Pi are all relatively simple. There are 9 LEDs (2 Blue for the Eyes, 6 White for the body and 1 orange for the nose, check the documentation to find out which are which!), a resistor ladder makes up the "buttons" of the snowman and puts the 9 resistors into one nicer to solder package and the 26 way header to connect it to the Raspberry Pi (Relatively easy once pushed into place).

After you've soldered your beginners soldering kit then turns into a beginners programming kit, (More bang for your buck!) which is really simple to program using GPIO Zero or ANY programming language for the Pi. We have GPIO Zero tutorials available on the documentation wiki.

Visit the SnowPi Wiki here for assembly instructions and sample code.

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