Raspberry Pi Pico MicroPython Programing Sensor Kit SKU: K-0586

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Raspberry Pi Pico MicroPython Programing Sensor Kit

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Description

This is the advanced version of Pico Kit produced by the GEEEKPI brand.

It is designed for Raspberry Pi enthusiasts to learn Python programming and sensor applications, embedded learning, through a series of Sensor and display modules and Raspberry Pi Pico development boards . 
you can learn basic programming syntax and ideas via the demo code and experiments. 
The demo code provides many  interesting applications. 
These modules will be used in some simple and easy-to-understand experimental projects and many complex and complicated applications and interesting project. Each experiment is equipped with graphic information and circuit connection methods. 


In addition to the demo code provided, each experiment also provides more space for learners to play. This is a very valuable learning tool!

Features

  • A variety of commonly used sensors
  • Including experimental platform
  • One-stop shopping
  • Abundant learning resources
  • Easy to build circuit

Compatibility List

  • Compatibility
Platform Supported Notes
Raspberry Pi Pico
Raspberry Pi 4 Model B
Raspberry Pi 3 Model B Plus
Raspberry Pi 3 Model B
Raspberry Pi 2 Model B
Raspberry Pi Model B+
Raspberry Pi zero
Raspberry Pi zero W
Arduino Uno
Tinker Board
Jetson Nano
ESP32

Gallery

  • Specifications
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  • Details
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  • Application Scenario
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Package Includes

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Documentations

Note: Unzip it before drag it to Raspberry Pi Pico 

Drag and drop MicroPython

You can program your Pico by connecting it to a computer via USB, then dragging and dropping a file onto it, so we’ve put together a downloadable UF2 file to let you install MicroPython more easily.

Download the MicroPython UF2 file by clicking the button below. Push and hold the BOOTSEL button and plug your Pico into the USB port of your Raspberry Pi or other computer. Release the BOOTSEL button after your Pico is connected. It will mount as a Mass Storage Device called RPI-RP2. Drag and drop the MicroPython UF2 file onto the RPI-RP2 volume. Your Pico will reboot. You are now running MicroPython. You can access the REPL via USB Serial. Our MicroPython documentation contains step-by-step instructions for connecting to your Pico and programming it in MicroPython.

Tutorial Video

Keywords

  • Raspberry Pi Pico MicroPython Programing Sensor Kit, micropython, raspberry pi pico, starter kit, programing kit