A comprehensive computer for hobbyists and professionals
Raspberry Pi was designed for educational purposes as an affordable computer for teaching students about the basics of programming, microprocessors, computer hardware, and software interfacing with peripheral devices. But in a very short time, it turned out that it’s a tool greatly appreciated not only by students and teachers but also by tinkerers interested in creating cool projects. Also, it can be used by professional engineers who design electronic devices for consumer and professional use. Another highlight of Raspberry Pi is a wide users community all over the world - you can share your ideas and get help if you need it. Most of the Raspberry Pi boards are equipped with input and output connectors such as USB, HDMI, audio jack TRS ⅛”, Ethernet, and the trademark of Raspberry Pi - GPIO (General Purpose Input Output) connector. It can be used for interfacing with and external hardware devices like discrete elements (such as switches and LEDs driven by transistors) and dedicated extension boards called Raspberry Pi HAT, such as LCDs, motor controllers, sensors, soundcards and much more!
Raspberry Pi - an amazing board for electronics prototyping and programming learning
Raspberry Pi’s versatility is revealed in a wide range of both amateur and professional applications. It can be very helpful as an additional tool included as a part of your bachelor/master/Ph.D. thesis. With Raspberry Pi, you can build such projects as a weather station, gaming console, home security alarm, entrance gate controller, and measurement instruments. What is more, you can build the Internet of Things (IoT) applications, such as the electric kettle control, air conditioning system control, and other household appliances controlled via e-mail. Another great thing about Raspberry Pi is that it’s a very practical and usable computer for people experienced in programming microcontroller platforms such as Arduino or STM32. With faster CPU and more advanced software tools, Raspberry Pi can be applied to bigger projects as the next level of embedded devices designing.
Raspberry Pi - a wide range of modules, kits, and accessories at Botland Store
Botland Store offers a wide variety of Raspberry Pi computer modules such as Pi Zero, Pi 2 series, Pi 3 series, and the latest one - Pi 4B with 1,5GHz CPU. To make your Raspberry Pi useful as a standard PC computer, purchase accessories such as a mouse, keyboard, display, connection leads for peripheral devices, enclosures, and micro SD memory cards (to store your own files and operating data system). We offer also snazzy starter kits correlated with our FORBOT Raspberry Pi course. The starter kit consists of Raspberry Pi board, connections leads, temperature sensor, buzzer, colourful LEDs, resistors, wire jumpers, USB programmer, power supply, and other elements that are necessary to do the exercises included as a part of FORBOT Raspberry Pi Course!