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Pimoroni -Rainbow HAT for Android Things™和 Raspberry Pi - 傳感器,輸入和顯示器

Pimoroni -Rainbow HAT for Android Things™ and Raspberry Pi - Sensors, Inputs and Displays

貨號 104990402
售價 977.99 (未稅)
含營業稅 1,026.89
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原始網址: https://www.seeedstudio.com/Pimoroni--Rainbow-HAT-for-Android-Things%E2%84%A2-and-Raspberry-Pi---Sensors%2C-Inputs-and-Displays-p-3123.html

描述

Rainbow HAT 提供傳感器,輸入和顯示器自助餐,以探索 Android Things TM將它用作氣象站,時鐘,計時器或秒錶,情緒燈或無盡的其他東西。

我們與 Google 的 Android Things 團隊合作創建了這個功能強大的附加板,其中包括顯示器,傳感器,聲音和大量 LED!這是在 Raspberry Pi 上開發 Android Things 應用程序的完美介紹。 Rainbow HAT 還有一個完整的 Python API 供 Raspbian 使用,就像我們所知道和喜愛的所有其他 HAT 一樣!


彩虹帽功能

- 七個 APA102 多色 LED

- 四個 14 段字母數字顯示器(綠色 LED)

- HT16K33 顯示驅動芯片

- 三個電容式觸摸按鈕

- Atmel QT1070 電容式觸摸驅動芯片

- 藍色,綠色和紅色 LED

- BMP280 溫度和壓力傳感器

- 壓電蜂鳴器

- 用於伺服,I2C,SPI 和 UART(全部 3v3)的分線引腳

- 彩虹 HAT 引出線

- 兼容 Raspberry Pi 3B +,3,2,B +,A +,Zero 和 Zero W.

- Python 庫

請注意,如果您使用帶有 Raspberry Pi 3B + 的 Rainbow HAT,那麼您需要使用一組支架來確保新的 PoE 引腳不會接觸 Rainbow HAT 底部的組件。

該板專為展示 Raspberry Pi 上可用的各種協議而設計,包括 SPI(APA102 LED),I2C(BMP280 傳感器和 14 段顯示器),GPIO(電容式觸摸按鈕和 LED),以及 PWM(壓電蜂鳴器)。


使用 Android 東西?

有關如何開始使用 Android Things 和 Rainbow HAT 的信息, 請訪問 Android Things 的官方開發者網站 。要將最新的 Android Things 圖像放在 SD 卡上,請參閱此處的說明: https//developer.android.com/things/hardware/raspberrypi.html 。您可以在官方 GitHub 組織中找到發布的驅動程序和示例: https//github.com/androidthings

使用 Raspbian?

我們還整理了一個 Python 庫,使其變得輕而易舉。你可以在這裡找到它: https//github.com/pimoroni/rainbow-hat

我們的軟件不支持 Raspbian Wheezy。

筆記

溫度讀數受到 Pi 的 CPU 和板載 LED 輻射的熱量的影響;校準有助於糾正溫度讀數。在Raspberry Pi 論壇上 ,bstrobl 建議使用公式:校正溫度。 =測量溫度- (CPU 溫度 - 測量溫度)/ 2.使用Mini Black HAT Hack3r也可以提供幫助。



技術細節

外形尺寸 65 毫米 x 55 毫米 x 12.30 毫米
重量 GW 26.40g 淨重 20g
電池排除

零件清單

彩虹帽子 1

ECCN / HTS

ECCN EAR99
HSCODE 8543909000

Description

Rainbow HAT has a buffet of sensors, inputs and displays to explore Android ThingsTM. Use it as a weather station, a clock, a timer or stopwatch, a mood light, or endless other things.

We've worked with the Android Things team at Google to create this great add-on board that features displays, sensors, sound, and lots of LEDs! It's the perfect introduction to developing Android Things applications on the Raspberry Pi.Rainbow HAT also has a full Python API for use on Raspbian just like all of our other HATs that you know and love!


Rainbow HAT features

Seven APA102 multicolour LEDs

- Four 14-segment alphanumeric displays (green LEDs)

- HT16K33 display driver chip

- Three capacitive touch buttons

- Atmel QT1070 capacitive touch driver chip

- Blue, green and red LEDs

- BMP280 temperature and pressure sensor

- Piezo buzzer

- Breakout pins for servo, I2C, SPI, and UART (all 3v3)

- Rainbow HAT pinout

- Compatible with Raspberry Pi 3B+, 3, 2, B+, A+, Zero, and Zero W

- Python library

Please note that if you're using Rainbow HAT with a Raspberry Pi 3B+, then you'll need to use a set of stand-offs to ensure that the new PoE pins do not contact components on the underside of Rainbow HAT.

The board is designed specifically to show off the wide range of protocols available on the Raspberry Pi, including SPI (the APA102 LEDs), I2C (the BMP280 sensor and 14-segment displays), GPIO (the capacitive touch buttons and LEDs), and PWM (the piezo buzzer).


Using Android Things?

For information on how to get started with Android Things and Rainbow HAT visit the official developer site for Android Things. To put the latest Android Things image on your SD card, see the instructions here: https://developer.android.com/things/hardware/raspberrypi.html. You can find the driver and samples published in the official GitHub organisation: https://github.com/androidthings 

Using Raspbian?

We’ve also put together a Python library to make it a breeze to use. You can find it here: https://github.com/pimoroni/rainbow-hat

Our software does not support Raspbian Wheezy.

Notes

Temperature readings are affected by heat radiated from your Pi’s CPU and the onboard LEDs; calibration can help to correct temperature readings. bstrobl, on the Raspberry Pi forums, suggests to use the formula: corrected temp. = measured temp. - (CPU temp. - measured temp.) / 2. Using a Mini Black HAT Hack3r can also help.