Prototyping A Raspberry Pi

You have a brilliant idea for a hardware and software project and would like to implement it yourself, but you lack the right elements and tools? You are sure that you could improve the comfort of your everyday life in the world with it, and perhaps even improve someone's quality of life? With Raspberry Pi microcomputers you have a chance to realize your plan and create an advanced system to manage an intelligent building, a weather station or a robot following your commands. It is a device with great constructional capabilities. It is perfect for programming and electronics. It can introduce you to the fascinating world of robotics, as well as surprise you with its potential, when you have quite a lot of experience. No matter what your plan is, you should have prototyping accessories to make your project more successful. Among the products available are contact plates with wires. These are the ones that allow you to give up the soldering iron, which means you have even more design possibilities. Our offer also includes starter kits, which will make it much easier for you to enter the extraordinary world of Raspberry Pi.

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For beginning and experienced DIY enthusiasts, Raspberry Pi prototyping kits

We know that no matter what stage of your Raspberry Pi adventure you are at, you need the right elements and tools to evolve and to be able to implement your ideas and projects. At the prototyping stage, projects are very often tested using contact plates. They allow you to connect components and electrical circuits without using a soldering iron. So it is a very good option to start when you are just learning about Raspberry. They are also chosen by people who are trained in technical subjects. The starter kits are useful for studying electronics, allowing you to put your theoretical knowledge into practice. The kits contain several useful elements. These include LEDs, capacitors, contact plates, wires, resistors, sensors, and integrated circuits. Not only Raspberry Pi, but also other hardware and software platforms, such as Arduino, are used in prototyping. The set is packed in a suitcase, which makes it easy to store accessories as well as to carry them. You can design anywhere.

Why do you need contact plates?

Contact plates are one of the basic project tools used for Raspberry Pi. They are used by experienced designers and are recommended for beginner robotics. They are ideal for virtually any project, both simple and very advanced. The contact plate allows you to create a temporary design of an electronic device, so you can experiment and test the best solutions. Use it for testing to create a final design that perfectly matches your needs and expectations. You can test electronic components such as ICs. The big advantage of the board is the possibility of easy and quick replacement of electronic components, as well as changing the layout of connections. You don't have to use a soldering iron every time, so the project is much easier. This is very important if you are not sure how your circuit will react when you turn on the voltage. Without soldering the connection takes less time and you save time and energy. So the contact plates are great for testing and experimenting with new projects. You can use them to check the behaviour of individual components and replace them with other ones if you think they don't meet your expectations.

You will also find other elements for prototyping the Raspberry Pi. Besides the contact plates you will find cables, GPIO extensions, complete prototype sets and diagnostic modules.