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    Dive into a treasure trove of innovative solutions and essential components designed to unlock the full potential of your Raspberry Pi Pico microcontroller. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced maker, our carefully curated selection offers a diverse range of products including Pico boards, expansion modules, sensors, connectors, cases, and more. Elevate your projects with top-quality accessories and unleash your creativity with confidence. Explore our collection now and embark on a journey of endless possibilities with Raspberry Pi Pico.

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    Raspberry Pi Pico W Wireless with Headers

    RP SC19562
    The Raspberry Pi Pico W, also with pre-soldered headers, allows users to easily add wireless connectivity to builds and IoT projects. The board has been pre-fitted with a pre-soldered 40-way header connector, for greater ease of use in hobbyist and industrial applications.

    At the heart of this microcontroller is RP2040, a Raspberry Pi-designed chip. The Raspberry Pi Pico, it's; small, fast, highly affordable, and incredibly versatile. Brought to you by the same team that delivered the Raspberry Pi computer. The powerful, Pi-designed, RP2040 Dual ARM Cortex-M0+ @ 133MHz chip features 256KB internal RAM. This is paired with 2MB of onboard QSPI Flash memory for code and data storage. The board is fully loaded with the hardware and flexible I/O options that make it perfect for beginners and experts alike.

    Unlike the Raspberry Pi computers, like the Raspberry Pi 4, the pico has no operating system. Instead, the board is programmed to do only the tasks that are required of it in the project it will be used for. It can be programmed with the C/C++ SDK or with MicroPython. Code on your Desktop Computer/Pi and then transfer via USB to the Pico.

  • The Raspberry Pi Pico W, also with pre-soldered headers, allows users to easily add wireless connectivity to projects. This makes it perfect for wirelessly controlled builds and IoT projects.
  • On-board single-band 2.4GHz wireless interfaces (802.11n) via Infineon CYW43439 wireless chip. With WPA3 & soft access point supporting up to 4 clients.
  • The Raspberry Pi Pico board is a new cutting-edge microcontroller that features the Pi-designed ARM-based dual-core RP2040 chip.
  • The RP2040 is a Dual ARM Cortex-M0+ @ 133MHz chip.
  • 256kB on-chip SRAM.
  • Support for up to 16MB of off-chip Flash memory.
  • Pre-soldered header pins so no user soldering is required.
  • Micro USB port, power and data (USB 1.1 with device and host support).
  • Drag & drop programming via USB.
  • Low-power sleep and dormant modes.
  • Accurate clock and timer on-chip.
  • Temperature sensor.
  • Accelerated floating-point libraries on-chip.
  • Flexible IO, including; 26 multi-function GPIO pins, 2 × SPI, 2 × I2C, 2 × UART, 3 × 12-bit ADC, 16 × controllable PWM channels.
  • 8 × Programmable I/O (PIO) state machines for custom peripheral support.
  • Code it with C/C++ SDK or with MicroPython.
  • The Pico W is supplied with pre-soldered header pins that are compatible with breadboards and standard jumper wires.

  • Note:A USB cable is NOT supplied. One is available separately here

    €10.70
    Picture of Kitronik Discovery Kit for Raspberry Pi Pico

    Kitronik Discovery Kit for Raspberry Pi Pico

    KI 5333
    Take your first steps in Python and physical computing with the Kitronik Discovery Kit for Raspberry Pi Pico (Pico not included - available here).

    The Kitronik Discovery Kit for Raspberry Pi Pico is a great way to learn about microcontrollers, Python coding, and physical computing. The kit is supplied with all of the components needed to complete the 7 included experiments, including a large-format breadboard. The kit is packaged in sturdy reusable packaging that can be used to store the kit.

    The seven experiments take you from the basics of using the board through to more advanced concepts and using external electronics. The experiments cover key concepts of microcontrollers, such as; basic setup, simple coding, Interrupts, Threads, Digital Inputs, and Analog and Digital Outputs.

    The kit ships with a comprehensive guide booklet. The booklet covers the basic setup and then how to complete each of the 7 experiments. Each experiment is complete with detailed circuit diagrams, explanations, and a complete code run-through. This means that you can get started without having to understand too much Python.

    Features:
  • This kit offers a great introduction to microcontrollers, Python coding, and physical computing.
  • Make the 7 experiments in the step-by-step tutorial book and learn as you go.
  • All parts are included to conduct the 7 experiments.
  • The kit is supplied with a detailed booklet that covers setup and then how to complete the 7 experiments.
  • The experiments explore; simple coding, Interrupts, Threads, Digital Inputs, and Analog and Digital Outputs.
  • Once you have completed all of the included experiments, you have the perfect prototyping system for further learning/prototyping with the Raspberry Pi Pico board.
  • Included is a large format breadboard for ease of prototyping.
  • The kit is supplied in re-usable packaging suitable for long term storage of the kit.

  • Contents:
  • 1 x Large Prototype Breadboard.
  • 2 x Red 5mm LED.
  • 2 x Yellow 5mm LED.
  • 2 x Green 5mm LED.
  • 10 x 330Ω Resistor.
  • 1 x Piezo Element Buzzer.
  • 20 x Male to Male Jumper Wires.
  • 2 x Push Switches.
  • A booklet guide containing basic setup information and the following 7 experiments;
    Exp. 1 - Show Me The Light.
    Exp. 2 - Control an Input.
    Exp. 3 - Interrupt Me.
    Exp. 4 - Making a Noise.
    Exp. 5 - So Many Interruptions.
    Exp. 6 - Rub Head and Pat Tummy - Threads.
    Exp. 7 - Building a System from the Blocks we have Learnt.

  • €13.95
    Picture of Kitronik Inventor's Kit for the Raspberry Pi Pico

    Kitronik Inventor's Kit for the Raspberry Pi Pico

    KI 5342
    The Kitronik Inventor's Kit for the Raspberry Pi Pico provides a fantastic way of learning how to construct and control electronic circuits with the Pico and MicroPython.

    The Kitronik Inventor's Kit for the Raspberry Pi Pico offers the perfect introduction to physical computing with the Pico. This Inventor's Kit contains everything you need to complete 10 exciting experiments and the included booklet walks you through every step of each. Note: The Pico is not supplied with this kit, one can be obtained separately here .

    The possibilities for the kit are endless and the booklet is intended to get you off to a flying start. Before moving on to the experiments, it introduces you to the Raspberry Pi Pico and guides you in getting it ready for use. There is also an introduction to coding, how to run Python code on the Pico, guidance on using Breadboards, and also a detailed assembly guide for the kit.

    Each experiment is then explained in full in a clear and concise manner. The full-colour booklet details the parts you need, the code used, a breadboard wiring diagram, a circuit diagram, and a full description of what is happening and why. The 10 experiments start simple and get more difficult as you progress through them.

    Much like our Inventor's Kit for micro:bit and Inventors Kit for Arduino, this kit is built around our Inventor's prototyping system. It comprises an injection moulded base plate, onto which the breadboard is affixed, and the included laser cut plate is mounted. The laser-cut plate has mounting points for the included motor, servo, and Pinout board for Raspberry Pi Pico. There are also more than 60 components and connectors in the kit, such as; LEDs, switches, motors, transistors, resistors, and more! Please see the contents section below for a full list.

    Features:
  • The Kitronik Inventor's Kit for the Raspberry Pi Pico provides a fantastic way of learning how to construct and control electronic circuits with the Pico and MicroPython.
  • No soldering is required, build your first circuit in minutes.
  • Work through the 10 included experiments, following the detailed full-colour guide booklet.
  • The kit includes the Kitronik Inventors prototyping system, also found in the Inventor's Kit for micro:bit and Inventors Kit for Arduino.

  • Contents:
  • 1 x Full-colour instruction booklet.
  • 1 x Kitronik injection moulded Inventor's prototyping mounting plate.
  • 1 x Laser cut Pico mounting plate and fixings.
  • 1 x Pico Pin Breakout Board.
  • 1 x Kitronik 5 LED ZIP stick with pins.
  • 1 x Mini 180 Degree Resin Gear Servo SG90.
  • 1 x 7 segment display.
  • 4 x Push switch.
  • 2 x Red 5mm LED.
  • 2 x Green 5mm LED.
  • 2 x Yellow 5mm LED.
  • 2 x Orange 5mm LED.
  • 10 x 220Ω resistor.
  • 5 x 2.2kΩ resistor.
  • 5 x 10kΩ resistor.
  • 1 x 3mm Phototransistor.
  • 1 x Transistor (NPN BC337).
  • 1 x Fan blade.
  • 1 x Motor.
  • 1 x Piezo element buzzer.
  • 20 x MM jumper wires.
  • 1 x 470uF electrolytic capacitor.
  • 1 x Terminal connector.
  • 1 x Potentiometer & finger adjust spindle.

  • €39.95
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    Kitronik Pathway Course Pack for the Raspberry Pi Pico

    KI 5343
    This pathway pack has been put together to support the Raspberry Pi Foundation Pico Pathway activities. The six activities combine to form an introduction to digital making with the Pico and is aimed at beginners. This pack comprises all of the components you will need to complete each of the activities on the Pico pathways page. Components include; a variety of LEDs, Resistors, a potentiometer, a tactile switch, and more.

    As you work through each of the activities, you will learn how to connect and control LEDs, buttons, switches, buzzers and potentiometers (dials). The Activities are; LED firefly, Party popper, Beating heart, Mood indicator, Sound machine, and Sensory gadget.

    Features:
  • A kit of components to allow you to complete all activities on the Raspberry Pi Foundation Pico Pathway webpage.
  • Learn how to connect & control LEDs, buttons, switches, buzzers and potentiometers (dials) with the Pico.
  • Components include; a variety of LEDs, Resistors, a potentiometer, a tactile switch, and more.

  • Contents:
  • 1 x Panel mount 10K Potentiometor.
  • 10 x 100Ω Resistors.
  • 1 x Encased Piezo Element (PCB Mount).
  • 4 x Flat Profile Tact Switch.
  • 2 x Red 5mm diffused LED - 275mCd.
  • 2 x Yellow 5mm diffused LED - 125mCd.
  • 1 x RGB 5mm Diffused LED - 60deg - 2180mcd - Cmn Cathode.
  • 2 x Blue 5mm diffused LED - 500mCd.
  • 20 x Jumper Wires 20cm F/F.
  • 20 x Jumper Wires 20cm M/F.

  • €9.95
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    Kitronik Pin Breakout for the Raspberry Pi Pico

    KI 5341
    The Kitronik Pin Breakout for the Raspberry Pi Pico has been designed to offer an easy way of connecting additional circuitry and devices to the Pico. It also allows for moving the Pico between projects without the need to remove all of the jumper cables.

    The Pico plugs into the two inner rows of sockets. The remaining two outer rows can then be used for connecting to external devices/circuits. The board has clear markings for each pin and the correct orientation for inserting the Pico is also clearly marked.

    In order to use this board, the Pico should have soldered pin headers, it can then be firmly inserted into the board. Additionally, the board features 4 x M3 mounting holes to allow for fixing the board to projects/prototyping setups. Care was taken when designing the Pico Pin Breakout to maintain as small a footprint as possible.

    Features:
  • It offers a convenient interface for controlling additional circuitry with the Raspberry Pi Pico.
  • The board features 2 x rows of sockets that a Pico with soldered pin headers can slot straight into.
  • The outer rows of sockets can be used to connect any of the Pico i/o pins to a project/prototype.
  • Use jumper wires, soldering is not required.
  • Raspberry Pi Pico prototyping made easy.

  • Dimensions:
  • Length: 65mm.
  • Width: 37mm.
  • Height: 11.2mm.

  • €4.95
    Picture of Kitronik Motor Driver Board for Raspberry Pi Pico

    Kitronik Motor Driver Board for Raspberry Pi Pico

    KI 5331
    Make the Raspberry Pi Pico the core of your new buggy project with the Kitronik Compact Motor Driver Board for Raspberry Pi Pico.

    This board allows the Raspberry Pi Pico (connected via pin header) to drive two motors simultaneously with full forward, reverse & stop control, making it ideal for Pico-controlled buggy projects. Alternatively, the board can be used to power a stepper motor. The board features the DRV8833 motor driver IC, which has built-in short circuit, over current and thermal protection. Please note, when used with a stepper motor, half-stepping is supported - but not micro-stepping.

    The board has 4 external connections to GPIO pins and a 3V and GND supply from the Pico. This allows for additional IO options for your buggy builds that can be read or controlled by the Pico. In addition, there is an on/off switch and power status LED, allowing you to see at a glance if the board is powered up and save your batteries when your project is not in use.

    To use the motor driver board, the Pico should have a soldered pin header and be inserted firmly into the connector. The board produces a regulated supply that is fed into the 40-way connector to power the Pico, removing the need to power the Pico directly. The motor driver board is powered via either screw terminals or a servo-style connector.

    Note Due to the additional current draw of a Pico W's wireless features it is not recommended to use the wireless functionality with this board. The Pico's W standard functionality will work as normal only the wireless functions are affected.

    Features:
  • A compact yet feature-packed board designed to sit at the heart of your Raspberry Pi Pico robot buggy projects.
  • The board can drive 2 motors simultaneously with full forward, reverse, and stop control.
  • It features the DRV8833 motor driver IC, which has built-in short circuit, over current and thermal protection.
  • Additionally, the board features an on/off switch and power status LED.
  • Power the board via a terminal block-style connector.
  • The 3V and GND pins are also broken out, allowing external devices to be powered.
  • Code it with MicroPython via an editor such as the Thonny editor.
  • When used with a stepper motor, half-stepping is supported - but not micro-stepping.

  • Dimensions:
  • Length: 63mm.
  • Width: 35mm.
  • Height: 11.6mm.
  • PCB Thickness: 1.6mm
  • Mounting Holes (Diameter): 3mm.

  • €13.95
    Picture of Kitronik Robotics Board for Raspberry Pi Pico

    Kitronik Robotics Board for Raspberry Pi Pico

    KI 5329
    Make the Raspberry Pi Pico the core of your new robotics project with the Kitronik Compact Robotics Board for Raspberry Pi Pico.

    This Compact Robotics Board enables the Raspberry Pi Pico (connected via pin header) to drive 4 motors (or 2 stepper motors) and 8 servos. It also features 27 other I/O expansion points and Power and Ground connections. Please note, when used with a stepper motor, half-stepping is supported - but not micro-stepping.

    The Robotics Board features 2 Dual H Bridge Motor Driver ICs. These are capable of driving 2 standard motors or 1 stepper motor each, with full forward, reverse, and stop control. There are also 8 servo outputs, capable of driving standard and continuous rotation servos. They can all be controlled by the Pico using the I2C protocol, via a 16-channel driver IC. The IO break-out provides connections to all the unused pins on the Pico. The 27 available I/O pins allow other devices, such as sensors or ZIP LEDs, to be added to the board.

    Power is provided via either a terminal block or servo-style connector. The supply is then controlled by an on/off power switch to the board and there is also a green LED to indicate when the board has power. The board then produces a regulated 3.3V supply which is fed into the 3V and GND connections to power the connected Pico. This removes the need to power the Pico separately. The 3V and GND pins are also broken out on the header, which means external devices can also be powered.

    To use the robotics board, the Pico should be firmly inserted into the dual row pin socket on the board. Ensure the Pico is inserted with the USB connector at the same end as the power connectors on the robotics board. This will allow access to all of the board functions and each pin broken out.

    Note Due to the additional current draw of a Pico W's wireless features it is not recommended to use the wireless functionality with this board. The Pico's W standard functionality will work as normal only the wireless functions are affected.

    Features:
  • A compact yet feature-packed board designed to sit at the heart of your Raspberry Pi Pico robotics projects.
  • The board can drive 4 motors (or 2 stepper motors), with full forward, reverse, and stop control, and 8 servos.
  • It also features 27 other I/O expansion points and Power and Ground connections.
  • The I2C communication lines are also broken out allowing other I2C compatible devices to be controlled.
  • Additionally, the board features an on/off switch and power status LED.
  • Power the board via either a terminal block or servo style connector.
  • The 3V and GND pins are broken out to solder pads, allowing external devices to be powered.
  • Code it with MicroPython via an editor such as the Thonny editor.
  • When used with a stepper motor, half-stepping is supported - but not micro-stepping.

  • €23.95
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    Kitronik Simply Servos Board for Raspberry Pi Pico

    KI 5339
    Make the RiPi Pico the brains of your next robotics project with the Kitronik Simply Servos for Raspberry Pi Pico.

    The compact Simply Servo board for Raspberry Pi Pico allows for up to 8 servos to be controlled simultaneously, making it ideal for advanced robotics projects with the RiPi Pico. The board should be used with a Pico that has soldered pin headers, the Pico can then slot straight into the board. A Pico with pin headers already attached can be obtained separately here. The board features standard 3-pin servo connectors which allow for servos to be plugged straight in without the need for adaptors or soldering.

    As well as supporting 8 servos, the board also features 5 external connections to GPIO pins and a 3V and GND supply from the Pico. This IO breakout the 3 ADC pins and GP0 and GP1. This allows additional IO to be connected to the board and the state of these can then be read or controlled by the Pico.

    Power is provided via a terminal block connector, the supply is then controlled by an on/off power switch to the board. There is a green power LED to indicate when the board is turned on. The board produces a regulated 3V supply that is fed into the 40-way connector to power the Pico, removing the need to power the Pico directly. The board's power connections are reverse polarity protected.

    Note: This board is capable of continuous use at high currents. During such use, it may become hot. Also due to the additional current draw of a Pico W's wireless features it is not recommended to use the wireless functionality with this board. The Pico's W standard functionality will work as normal only the wireless functions are affected.

    Features:
  • Control up 8 servos simultaneously with the Raspberry Pi Pico.
  • Ample IO for advanced robotics projects.
  • The board features standard 3 pin servo connectors.
  • The board also features 5 external connections to GPIO pins and a 3V and GND supply from the Pico. These IO breakout the 3 ADC pins and GP0 and GP1.
  • The board features a terminal block power input connector, with on/off switch and power status LED.
  • The board will power all of the attached servos and provide the attached Pico with a regulated 3V supply.
  • Additionally, there is built-in reverse polarity protection.
  • Kitronik has developed a MicroPython module & sample code.

  • €10.95
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    Kitronik Simply Robotics Motor Driver Board for Raspberry Pi Pico

    KI 5348
    Make the RiPi Pico the hub of your next robot/buggy project with The Kitronik Simply Robotics Board for Raspberry Pi Pico.

    The Kitronik Simply Robotics Board for Raspberry Pi Pico features 2 Dual H-Bridge Motor Driver ICs (capable of driving 2 brushed motors or 1 stepper motor) and 8 servo outputs (capable of driving standard and continuous rotation servos), all controlled from a Raspberry Pi Pico. The Raspberry Pi Pico is not included.

    The Motor Driver ICs are capable of up to 1A per channel and can drive a variety of small motors, such as hobby motors and more. They feature built-in protection for overcurrent, which can be reset by power cycling the board. The board features standard 3-pin servo connectors which allow for servos to be plugged straight in without the need for additional adaptors or soldering.

    The IO breakout provides connections to 5 GPIO pins, including the Analogue inputs on the Pico. These IO points allow input devices, for example, sensors, or output devices, such as ZIP LEDs, to be added to the board. The board also features 3 x holes for mounting the board to a surface or custom enclosure, the mounting holes are 3.3mm in diameter (M3 clearance).

    Power is provided via a terminal block. The supply is controlled by an on/off power switch to the board. There is a green LED to indicate when the board is turned on. The board then produces a regulated supply which is fed into the connected Pico, removing the need to power the Pico separately. There are 3V and GND pins broken out on the additional header, which means external devices can also be powered.

    Note:This board is capable of continuous use at high currents. During such use, it may become hot.

    Features:
  • Control up 8 servos and two motors (or a stepper motor) simultaneously with the Raspberry Pi Pico.
  • The board requires a Pico with headers attached
  • Ample IO for advanced robotics projects.
  • The onboard servo connectors are standard 3-pin servo connectors.
  • The board also features 5 GPIO pins, including the Analogue inputs on the Pico. These IO points allow input devices, for example, sensors, or output devices, such as ZIP LEDs.
  • Power is provided via a terminal block power input connector, with an on/off switch and power status LED.
  • The Simply Robotics board will power all of the attached servos and provide the attached Pico with a regulated 3V supply.
  • Additionally, there is built-in reverse polarity protection.

  • Dimensions:
  • Length: 63mm.
  • Width: 42mm.
  • Max Height: 10mm.
  • Mounting Holes Diameter: 3.3mm (M3)
  • €17.95
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    Kitronik ZIP96 Retro Gamer for Raspberry Pi Pico

    KI 5347
    Develop your coding skills with the Kitronik ZIP96 Retro Gamer for Pico, 'the' all-in-one handheld solution for Pico gaming!

    The Kitronik ZIP96 is a fully programmable feature-packed retro-styled handheld gaming solution for the Raspberry Pi Pico. It's fully loaded with awesome features, including a 96 LED display, that can be fully controlled with code for a complete gaming experience. Kitronik has developed a set of lesson plans for this product, that enables successful Computing lessons at KS3/4 (US equivalent - Grades 6-8/9-10). Though developed for use in the classroom, the ZIP96 Retro Gamer is ideal for anyone who already has a Pico or sees a Pico in their immediate future.

    The ZIP96 features 96 colour fully addressable LEDs arranged in a 12 x 8 display, a buzzer for audio feedback, a vibration motor for haptic feedback, and 6 input buttons (typical use; 4 x directional buttons and 2 x action buttons). It also breaks out GP1, GP11, ADC1 and ADC2, along with a set of 3.3V and GND for each, to standard 0.1” footprints. GP18 to 21 are also broken out on a 0.1” footprint underneath the Pico. The Pico is connected via low-profile 20-way pin sockets.

    To use the ZIP96 Gamer the Pico should have a soldered pin header and be inserted firmly into the connector. The ZIP96 does not ship with a Pico. Power is provided via the built-in 3 individual AA battery holders which have been ergonomically placed on the underside of the board to act as hand grips, which makes the ZIP96 comfortable to hold and play.

    Features:
  • A feature-packed all-in-one retro-styled handheld gaming solution for the Raspberry Pi Pico.
  • Packed with awesome features that can be controlled with code for the ultimate handheld pico gaming experience.
  • The ZIP96 features 96 colour fully addressable LEDs arranged in a 12 x 8 display.
  • The board features a built-in buzzer for audio feedback and a vibration motor for haptic feedback.
  • There are 6 input buttons (typical use; 4 x directional buttons and 2 x fire buttons).
  • It also breaks out GP1, GP11, ADC1 and ADC2, along with a set of 3.3V and GND for each, to standard 0.1” footprints. GP18 to 21 are also broken out on a 0.1” footprint underneath the Pico.
  • The Pico is connected via pre-fitted low-profile 20-way pin sockets.
  • Ergonomically placed AA battery holders that power the board AND function as comfortable handgrips.
  • Kitronik has a Github repo containing MicroPython module and sample code to support using the ZIP96 Gamer with the Raspberry Pi Pico.
  • Kitronik has produced a set of lesson plans to enable successful Computing lessons at KS3/4 (US equivalent - Grades 6-8/9-10). The Datasheet provides additional usage information, electrical specifications, and dimensions.
  • €46.95
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    Kitronik Autonomous Robotics Buggy for Pico

    KI 5335
    The Kitronik Autonomous Robotics Platform Pico, a fun and hands-on introduction to Robotics with the Raspberry Pi Pico. The Kitronik Autonomous Robotics Platform for Raspberry Pi Pico is a fun and hands-on introduction to buggy robotics. The easy to follow booklet provided with the kit guides you through all of the steps required for you to take control of your robot. The Robotics Platform has been designed to grow with you and provided additional servo and ultrasonic sensor connectors for more advanced projects. This buggy requires a Raspberry Pi Pico with pin headers attached.

    The kit is supplied with the autonomous robotics platform chassis, 2 wheels and tyres, a Kitronik line-following sensor board, and an ultrasonic sensor. The kit requires no soldering and only minimal mechanical assembly. Fit the tyres to the wheels, push the wheels onto the pre-mounted motors and both the line following sensor and ultrasonic distance sensor plug straight into the board. Once put together, push the Raspberry Pi Pico into the onboard connector, add 4 x Alkaline AA batteries to the battery holders underneath and you are done. Your robot buggy is ready for instruction.

    The included booklet guides you through every step of getting to know your robot. It contains a detailed assembly guide, info on preparing the Raspberry Pi Pico, instructions for installing an editor (Thonny), and instructions on how to write code for every feature of the Robotics Platform. No corner of the board is left unexplained. As well as the easy-to-follow getting started guide, Kitronik have also produced online tutorials which go into more detail on coding the key features of the board. The links to the tutorials can be found in the resources section at the foot of this page.

    For those that like to modify their robot buggies, the buggy has 4 x threaded mounting points added to the chassis, 3 x M3 & 1 x M4. These mechanical fixing locations enable the addition of user-designed features, such as cosmetic chassis parts and/or additional robotic features, such as appendages. Kitronik have produced a dxf file showing the location and thread size of each of these mechanical fixing locations, it can be downloaded in the resources section below. The zip file also contains a jpg for those that don't have access to CAD or viewing software.

    To help make programming the robot as simple as possible, Kitronik has developed a set of Micropython modules, which can be found here. More information on this can be found in the booklet supplied with the kit. If you aren't familiar with GIT, we've created an online beginners' guide to help you get up to speed. You can find the guide here (https://kitronik.co.uk/GitGuide).

    Features:
  • A fun and hands-on introduction to buggy robotics.
  • The Robotics Platform has been designed to grow with you, start small then add complexity later.
  • The kit ships with a detailed guide booklet backed up with freely available online tutorials.
  • The autonomous robotics platform introduces the user to light, movement, and sensing so the robot can be as hands-on or hands-off as want it to be.
  • Program your buggy to react to the world around it.
  • Learn to code with MicroPython, using our simple-to-follow guides and the beginner-friendly Thonny editor.
  • Just add the Raspberry Pi Pico, some alkaline batteries, and some code and watch your buggy come to life!
  • This buggy is not supplied with a Pico, you can obtain a Raspberry Pi Pico here.
  • It also features 4 x threaded mounting points added to the chassis, 3 x M3 & 1 x M4.

  • Contents:
  • 1 x Autonomous robotics buggy chassis PCB.
  • 2 x Kitronik 5 spoke wheels and tyres.
  • 1 x Kitronik line following sensor board.
  • 1 x Ultrasonic Sensor.

  • Dimensions:
  • PCB Length: 126mm.
  • PCB Width: 80mm.
  • Wheel Diameter (with tire): 67.5mm.

  • €54.95
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    MonkMakes Breadboard for Raspberry Pi Pico

    MONK 089
    The Monk Makes solderless breadboard labelled for the Raspberry Pi Pico is the perfect prototyping solution for the Pico. Each of the Picos pins is labelled on the breadboard. When used in conjunction with a Pico with pin headers already attached, finding the right hole for your jumper lead couldn't be more simple.

    The board has 400 tie points, 2 power buses and features an adhesive backing for securing your projects/prototypes. The board accepts wires, legs and male jumper connectors and allows you to build complex solderless circuits easily. The point spacing is a standard 2.54mm, making it compatible with any components/devices with a pin pitch of 2.54mm.

    This RoHS compliant breadboard is rated for low voltage, low current only. Maximum for the Breadboard being 50V at 2A.

    Features:
  • A solderless breadboard labelled for the Raspberry Pi Pico.
  • Each of pins on the Pico is labelled on the breadboard.
  • When used in conjunction with a Pico with pin headers already attached, finding the right hole for your jumper lead couldn't be more simple.
  • The board has 400 tie points, 2 power buses and features an adhesive backing for securing your projects/prototypes.
  • Standard 2.54mm point spacing.
  • RoHS compliant.
  • €5.95