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Best Raspberry Pi Pico Breakout And Pico HAT

Since the release of the Raspberry Pi Pico, the Raspberry Pi community has been busier than ever. Makers have grabbed the soldering iron and are cooking up some feisty new designs with this ultra-small microcontroller.

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The Pico has proved to be a versatile tiny controller that fits well with the other single-board computers.

Today, we're showcasing the most exciting Raspberry Pi Pico Breakout and a useful HAT that we've had the privilege of featuring over the last month, and we'd like to share them again so they get the exposure they deserve.

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These are only a few of the best Breakouts you can make with a Raspberry Pi Pico, but there are plenty more. Check back during the week as we share more group creations.

Best Raspberry Pi Pico Breakout And Pico HAT

Pico Breakout Air Monitoring

The Air Monitoring Breakout is a portable open-source breakout that measures the amount and mass of suspended particulates. The PMSA003 sensor in the Air Monitoring breakout provides information on suspended particulate matter (PM1.0, PM2.5, PM10) in the air per unit volume via digital output with a 3.3 V operating voltage. It communicates with the sensor's standby current of 200 microampere (A) via UART (serial).

Air Monitoring Breakout

Pico Breakout Differential Pressure

It includes NXP's MPXV5010DP, which is a signal-conditioned, temperature-compensated, and calibrated integrated silicon pressure sensor on-chip. Two axial ports on the Differential Pressure Breakout fit industrial quality tubing. The sensor's overall error rate is 5.0 percent in the temperature range of 0 to 85oC.
Differential Pressure Sensor
P1 and P2 are two pressure ports, with P1 acting as a pressure side and P2 acting as a vacuum side. The measurement range of the Differential Pressure Breakout is 0 to 10kPa. The Differential Pressure Breakout operates on positive differential pressure since the Pressure Side(P1) is greater than the Vacuum Side(P2). Before being output via the SPI interface, the signal passes through the onboard 22-bit ADC.

Pico Breakout RFID Board

RFID Breakout Board features an improved UART/USB 2.0 interface with a lightweight design that is compatible with all Raspberry Pi, Arduino, STM32, PIC, AVR, Beaglebone, and other variants. It enables the user to read the ID data stored on RFID key fobs and tags. Every RFID tag/key fob has a distinct identity that cannot be duplicated.
RFID Breakout Board for Pico

The RFID breakout's operating voltage ranges from +4.5V to +5.5V. (DC). The current consumption for RFID breakout is 50mA. It operates at a temperature range of 0°C to 80°C. It has a 9600 bps bitrate. The RFID tag's reading distance ranges from 0 to 5 cm, depending on the tag. The gadget is perfect because it has an integrated antenna.

Pico HAT Single Channel Relay

Pico Single Channel Relay HAT is a single-channel, high-quality relay with loads of 7A/ 250 VAC and 15A/ 120 VAC, as well as switching voltages of 10A/ 250V and 10A/ 30V. It comes with a Female Pin Header that allows for easy stacking with the Raspberry Pi Pico.

It is made to work with the Raspberry Pi Pico and improves the use of the Raspberry Pi Pico through the use of relays. The Pico Single channel relay is more reliable and efficient to use in projects thanks to high-quality components and a strong OptoIsolated performance.
Pico Single channel Relay HAT
Pico Single Channel Relay's design and appearance are lightweight, with consistent pin labelling and additional functional details that make the product's use simple for users.

Pico HAT Dual Channel Relay

Pico High Voltage Relay HAT is a high-quality two-channel relay with loads of 7A/ 250 VAC and 15A/ 120 VAC, as well as switching voltages of 10A/ 250V and 10A/ 30V.

Pico Dual Channel Relay HAT


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