The Raspberry Pi is really an extremely intelligent device which, despite its small size, has great potential for very challenging projects. The Raspberry Pi is used for both simple and extremely advanced work in robotics, electronics and programming. An interesting feature of the Pi is the possibility of using sensors, which allow the microcomputer to recognize and detect the presence of people and other living organisms, such as animals. Moreover, it is thanks to special Raspberry Pi HAT overlays that the microcomputer can monitor specific process parameters and convert them into digital and analogue signals. If you are looking for sensors that are best for the beginner DIY enthusiast, it is essential to start with light intensity or temperature sensors. You will quickly discover how much you can do with them and with the reliable Raspberry. If you are already a more advanced DIY enthusiast and are looking for something new, you would like to test sensors with completely different possibilities, then decide on intensity or gas sensors. However, you do not need to focus only on one sensor, as the overlays you can find in our shop are equipped with several different sensors on one board.
Rainbow HAT shield for Raspberry Pi is mounted directly on the GPIO connectors. It has a set of sensors, pins, displays for exploring the Android Things. It will be used as a weather station, a clock, a timer, an atmospheric lamp and infinitely many other applications.
The extension board combines 4 functions: IR receiver of 38 kHz, DS18B20 temperature sensor, joystick with button, and buzzer. The system works with the DVK512 module. It has female and male goldpin pins that are controlled by jumpers.
The cap for the Raspberry Pi containing 3-axis gyroscope, accelerometer, magnetometer and a barometer, temperature and humidity sensor, the LED matrix and a small joystick. The device provides easy reading of i.a.: orientation in space, temperature and humidity, works with Raspberry Pi 3B+/3/2/B+/A+.
The voice recognition module with 7 MEMS microphones and 18 LEDs RGBW. The device was based on the scheme of the Xilinx Spartan 6 FPGA with 64 MB SDRAM. The module works with the Raspberry Pi as a overlay and as a standalone unit.
Gesture sensor based on chip part no mgc3130, which allows the Raspberry Pi to track movement and gestures. The sensor is divided into the area inside and around his waist, serving to determine the direction of movement. Tarcza recognize even small movement. The sensor communicates with the Raspberry Pi using the I2C interface.
Enviro pHAT is a wrapper for the Raspberry Pi with sensors BME280 and LTR-559 , allowing measurement of temperature, pressure, light levels and a proximity sensor. In addition, the pad has a colored display of 0.96" and a MEMS microphone. Pad is fully compatible with 40-pin GPIO connector on the circuit Board of the Raspberry Pi.
Multifunction expansion board for Raspberry Pi 3 /2 /B+ and Zero / Zero W. It can be used as a distance sensor and high-quality audio. It has 7 GPIO pins, 12 pins with the 3.2 mm diameter sensing the touch and close-up, audio output and the prototype place of 7x12.
Home sensor of measuring the earthquakes in the form of the shield for the Raspberry Pi. It has 3 accelerometers and the so-called geophone. It can detect local motions (up to 10 km) and regional (up to 400 km). The device works in the internet cloud joining a global network of sensors. The set includes all the necessary elements to work.
Home sensor of measuring the earthquakes in the form of the shield for the Raspberry Pi. It has 3 motion sensors of the earth's crust, the so-called geophone. It can detect local motions (up to 10 km) and regional (up to 400 km). The device works in the internet cloud joining a global network of sensors. The set includes all the necessary elements to work.
Home sensor of measuring the earthquakes in the form of the shield for the Raspberry Pi. It has a motion sensor of the earth's crust, the so-called geophone. It can detect local motions (up to 10 km) and regional (up to 400 km). The device works in the internet cloud joining a global network of sensors. The set includes all the necessary elements to work.
Shield for Raspberry Pi, version 3 and 2 with a microcontroller with ARM Cortex M3 core connecting many features in one, small board, for example, FPGA Xilinx Spartan, microphone array, temperature sensor, UV light, pressure, accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer, humidity sensor, LED ring. There are also interfaces NFC, Z-Wave, Zig-Bee and two...
The voice recognition module in the form of overlays for the Raspberry Pi. On the Board is 7 MEMS microphones and 18 LEDs RGBW. Cover was based on the scheme of the Xilinx Spartan 6 FPGA with 64 MB SDRAM and ESP32 with wi-fi and Bluetooth. The module can operate as a standalone device using ESP32 and Xilinx, programmed in the Arduino IDE.
The selection of sensors is enormous, which allows you to adjust them to your individual project, as well as discover Raspberry anew. A very interesting solution is a sensor that detects hand movement both in the air and in contact with a specific surface. It will react if we move our hands on the surface or tap on it with our fingers. Using the Flick overlay, we can control the Raspberry Pi with our hands. The great feature is its ability to track hand movement in as many as three dimensions. It is also easy to connect to Raspberry while the Plug & Play function allows you to use it immediately after installation. You can try it out sooner than you can imagine. You'll get even more from dedicated overlays. You can control the volume of your audio or video game with a ready-made program. All with movements of your hands in the air. Some people find it hard to imagine, so it's worth exploring the magical possibilities of Raspberry Pi.
The Raspberry Shake modules are also valuable. They are equipped with seismograph functions. It is a device responsible for the detection and recording of earth shocks occurring in its shell. This is especially interesting for explorers of interesting phenomena on our planet. Raspberry Pi overlays can detect shocks up to 10 km from the overlay, as well as remotely up to 400 km from the overlay. This is a very large area, which provides great opportunities to study unusual and less frequent atmospheric phenomena. The modules can communicate with other sensors via the Internet.
The Matrix Creator overlay is a total solution. It is a developmental board with pressure and temperature sensors, a gyroscope and many other useful features. These types of sensors, as well as all the other ones you can find in our shop, are designed both for students and for experimenting for DIY enthusiasts, as well as already experienced scientists for high-tech projects.
Our shop offers a wide range of overlays, equipped with various types of sensors. This way you can create a weather station as well as decorative lighting for your bedroom or living room. You also have the chance to learn more about atmospheric phenomena that were previously inaccessible to you and to equip your entertainment centre with an advanced volume control system using hand movements. Raspberry Pi Hat sensors are the perfect solution for homes and public buildings, as well as for people who are fascinated by the smart devices that are capable of more than the average person. It's hard to imagine that we could read air humidity or locate shocks in the earth's crust...and Raspberry Pi can!