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==BreadBoard Kit for Raspberry Pi Pico==
 
==BreadBoard Kit for Raspberry Pi Pico==
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==Descriptions==
 
==Descriptions==
 
This is a bread board development kit which provides experimental platform for Raspberry Pi  Pico.<br>  
 
This is a bread board development kit which provides experimental platform for Raspberry Pi  Pico.<br>  
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* Easy to use
 
* Easy to use
 
* Plug and Play
 
* Plug and Play
* Bultin LED lights
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* Built-In LED lights
* Bultin Buttons
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* Built-In Buttons
* Bultin Buzzer
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* Built-In Buzzer
* Bultin Half-size breadboard
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* Built-In Half-size breadboard
 
* Suitable for primary users to build DIY circuit
 
* Suitable for primary users to build DIY circuit
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==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
 
* Product Outlook
 
* Product Outlook
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* 4 x M2.5x11+6 Copper Pillar
 
* 4 x M2.5x11+6 Copper Pillar
 
* 4 x M2.5 Nut
 
* 4 x M2.5 Nut
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* 15 x Male to Female Jumper wire
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* 15 x Female to Female Jumper wire
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==How to assemble==
 
==How to assemble==
 
* Insert the soldered raspberry pi pico into the bottom plate as shown below:
 
* Insert the soldered raspberry pi pico into the bottom plate as shown below:
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==Keywords==
 
==Keywords==
 
* BreadBoard Kit For Raspberry Pi Pico, Bread board kit, Raspberry Pi Pico
 
* BreadBoard Kit For Raspberry Pi Pico, Bread board kit, Raspberry Pi Pico
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==FAQ==
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* Q: Why does my own buzzer always sound? Is there any way to stop it from ringing?
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  A: There is static electricity in the air. If it is not controlled, there may be ringing/no ringing/intermittent ringing. The control requires the control of the PICO IO connected to the buzzer. you can connect `BEEP` pin to GND with jumper wire.

Latest revision as of 18:37, 27 August 2021

BreadBoard Kit for Raspberry Pi Pico

EP-0140-3.jpg

Descriptions

This is a bread board development kit which provides experimental platform for Raspberry Pi Pico.
It carries LED lights, buttons, buzzer and bread board, which makes the experiment circuit of Pico more convenient and convenient to takeout.
It is a very high cost-effective product in the starter kit of Raspberry Pi Pico.

Features

  • Easy to use
  • Plug and Play
  • Built-In LED lights
  • Built-In Buttons
  • Built-In Buzzer
  • Built-In Half-size breadboard
  • Suitable for primary users to build DIY circuit

Gallery

  • Product Outlook
EP-0140-1.jpg
EP-0140-2.jpg
EP-0140-3.jpg
  • Dimension
EP-0140-6.jpg


  • Product Details
EP-0140-7.jpg


  • Application Senario
EP-0140-4 (1).jpg
EP-0140-5.jpg

Package Includes

  • 1 x BreadBoard Kit For Raspberry Pi Pico
  • 4 x M2.5x11+6 Copper Pillar
  • 4 x M2.5 Nut
  • 15 x Male to Female Jumper wire
  • 15 x Female to Female Jumper wire
EP-0140-8-up.jpg


How to assemble

  • Insert the soldered raspberry pi pico into the bottom plate as shown below:
EP-0140-9.jpg


Demo Code

Keywords

  • BreadBoard Kit For Raspberry Pi Pico, Bread board kit, Raspberry Pi Pico

FAQ

  • Q: Why does my own buzzer always sound? Is there any way to stop it from ringing?
 A: There is static electricity in the air. If it is not controlled, there may be ringing/no ringing/intermittent ringing. The control requires the control of the PICO IO connected to the buzzer. you can connect `BEEP` pin to GND with jumper wire.