ADGH01P Interlocking project Raspberry Pi connection GPIO input/output interface general-purpose test board [for Raspberry Pi 3] assembled
Let's make a general-purpose test board for Chapter 3 of "Raspberry Pi Usage Guidebook to Enjoy with PIC"!
It is a general-purpose test board that allows you to perform basic input/output tests of the Raspberry Pi, such as checking input/output and serial communication, by connecting LEDs and switches to the GPIO interface, which is the external input/output pin of the Raspberry Pi.
It is a general-purpose board that can be easily handled, making it ideal for beginners learning the Raspberry Pi.
Equipped with a liquid crystal display (LCD)! (16 characters x 2 lines)
Equipped with a large LCD display with 16 characters x 2 lines. In addition to being able to A/D convert the voltage of the variable resistor and display the conversion result value on the liquid crystal display, it can also be used to check the serial communication function of the Raspberry Pi and the PIC microcomputer.
Full color LED lighting control! (with white diffusion cap)
In addition to checking the on/off control operation of full-color LEDs directly connected to GPIO, dimming control by PWM is also possible.
Input switch ON/OFF to Raspberry Pi
Equipped with 2 switch inputs, it is possible to check the GPIO input function with various Raspberry Pi applications.
Sending and receiving data to Raspberry Pi
As a transmission function, it is possible to transmit A / D conversion data of the voltage input of the variable resistor to the Raspberry Pi while the switch is pressed using GPIO as a serial pin. In addition to checking the serial communication function, it is possible to receive the hour, minute, and second data sent from the Raspberry Pi and display it on the built-in LCD.
This product is a joint project with the book "Enjoying Raspberry Pi with PIC" published by Gijutsu Hyoronsha. For detailed explanations and usage, please purchase the "Raspberry Pi Usage Guidebook for Enjoying with PIC".
1947 Born in Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture.
1971 Graduated from Department of Applied Physics, Faculty of Engineering, Tohoku University. Worked for a major telecommunications equipment manufacturer
2003 Established Microchip Design Lab Co., Ltd. Development consultant for measurement control systems
2012 Visiting Professor, Kanagawa Institute of Technology
[Switch] 5 points [LED] 2 points [Display] 16 characters x 2 lines (with backlight)
[Power supply] Power supply from Raspberry Pi 3.3V
[Separately available] Soldering iron set/nipper/drill [Kit accessories] 1 part list, 40-pin flat cable (Raspberry Pi not included)
[Assembled accessories] 1 copy of warranty card, 1 copy of warranty card, flat cable 40Pin (Raspberry Pi main unit is not included)
[Operating temperature] 0 to 40°C (no condensation)
[Country of origin] Made in Japan [Assembled warranty period] 1 year from purchase
———Notes on handling this product———
・This product is for hobby use.
・The performance of the listed parts is the performance of the parts themselves, and does not guarantee the product life.
・Depending on your PC, Raspberry Pi and OS environment, you may not be able to use all functions.
・A separate internet environment is required to install the application software.
・Depending on some applications, the functions of this product may not be available.
・Other product names and company names are generally registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective companies.
*Raspberry Pi body, case and cables are not included.
Raspberry Pi is a registered trademark of the UK Raspberry Pi Foundation. Raspberry Pi is a trademark of the Raspberry Pi Foundation.
The logos, system names, and product names mentioned are registered trademarks or trademarks of their respective companies and trademark holders.