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Raspberry Pi 4 Case (with cooling fan) Assembly Guide

Raspberry Pi 4 Case (with cooling fan) Assembly Guide

How to assemble our Raspberry Pi 4 Case (with cooling fan)! Bill of Materials Raspberry Pi 4 Model B Raspberry Pi 4 Case (With Cooling Fan) 1. The laser-cut parts of the case are protected by an adhesive film which needs to be removed before assembly (this is *very* therapeutic), simply peel it off 2. We've made assembly a doddle by cutting small dots into the tabs/corresponding slots - simply match these up and remember that the dots will be inside the case.    3. Using the black screws, attach the 4mm stand-offs to the bottom plate of the case 4....

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Running two monitors with a Raspberry Pi 4

Running two monitors with a Raspberry Pi 4

With the new Raspberry Pi 4 Model B and it's two micro HDMI slots, running a dual monitor setup couldn't be simpler. This tutorial will help you gain that extra real estate you've been longing for with your Raspberry Pi. For this tutorial you will need either: The Official Raspberry Pi Starter Kit Two HDMI monitors Or: Two HDMI monitors One Raspberry Pi 4 Model B Two micro HDMI to HDMI cables One keyboard and mouse One SD card pre-loaded with Raspbian One USB C power supply (5.1V/3A) One Official Raspberry Pi 4 Model B Case (optional) Step 1: Add your...

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The Raspberry Pi Tutorial - A Beginner’s Guide

The Raspberry Pi Tutorial - A Beginner’s Guide

The Raspberry Pi has a number of ports which you will use to control the Raspberry Pi, and it can use to control other devices. Your Raspberry Pi will have the following ports: USB – USB ports are used to connect a wide variety of components, most commonly a mouse and keyboard. HDMI – The HDMI port outputs video and audio to your monitor. Audio – The audio jack allows you to connect standard headphones and speakers. Micro USB – The Micro USB port is only for power, do not connect anything else to this port. Always connect the power...

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Ryanteck Traffic HAT - Summary

Ryanteck Traffic HAT - Summary

The TrafficHAT is an Add-on board for the Raspberry Pi designed to help teach Basic Programming & Soldering. The Add-On meets the requirements of a HAT Add-On for the Raspberry Pi and is compatible with all models that have the 40 Way Pin header format. (A+, B+ & Pi 2s) Python Tutorials GPIO Zero GPIO Zero is the new method of interfacing with LEDS, Buttons and more on the Raspberry Pi. It requires a lot less work to get going and is ideal for beginners. Another great advantage is tutorials using GPIOZero are all in Python 3! However GPIO Zero...

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Waveshare 10.1" Screen Assembly Guide

Waveshare 10.1" Screen Assembly Guide

Waveshare 10.1" Screen Assembly Guide In the waveshare kit you'll received the following items: Screen (pre-assembled in acrylic) Acrylic mounting sheet Screen controller board Ribbon cable HDMI cable USB to micro USB cable Screen Stand Mounting bolts Power supply (12V 2A) The original waveshare screen comes with an EU power supply (left). If you purchase from us, we swap this out with a universal power supply (UK/EU/US/AUS) to make it compatible with the multiple regions. Take your acrylic plate: Take the following mounting bolt pack and the screen driver board Mount the screen driver board to the acrylic plate on...

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