Ryanteck Traffic HAT - Summary

Ryanteck Traffic HAT - Summary

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The TrafficHAT is an Add-on board for the Raspberry Pi designed to help teach Basic Programming & Soldering. The Add-On meets the requirements ...
Waveshare 10.1" Screen Assembly Guide

Waveshare 10.1" Screen Assembly Guide

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Waveshare 10.1" Screen Assembly Guide In the waveshare kit you'll received the following items: Screen (pre-assembled in acrylic) Acrylic mounting...
VESA-Pi Assembly Guide

VESA-Pi Assembly Guide

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14th September 2013 The VESA-Pi Raspberry Pi case is the perfect case for those wanting to quickly clip your Raspberry Pi to the back of a TV or Mo...
Using GPIO Zero with the PumpkinPi

Using GPIO Zero with the PumpkinPi

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    It's that time of year... the ghosts and ghouls are out in force, pumpkins are being carved and witches are preparing their broomsticks, it's H...
Using a UBEC with a Raspberry Pi

Using a UBEC with a Raspberry Pi

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Hooking up your UBEC to your Raspberry Pi really couldn't be easier. Simply plug in the 3 pin socket to your Raspberry Pi's GPIO header; pins 2,4 a...
How to lock your Raspberry Pi Screen

How to lock your Raspberry Pi Screen

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Many of you will be familiar with the Windows screensaver/lock screen.  If you are going to leave your PC alone for any amount of time where others...
Using Neopixels with the Raspberry Pi

Using Neopixels with the Raspberry Pi

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Let’s be honest. Lights are cool. Multi coloured lights are very cool. Controllable multi coloured lights are awesome. This tutorial goes through s...
Using a Logitech Harmony Remote

Using a Logitech Harmony Remote

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Our IR receiver works with LIRC and is able to receive the signal from almost any remote, if configured properly. Many of our customers who bought...
Using IFTTT with the Raspberry Pi

Using IFTTT with the Raspberry Pi

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IFTTT (If This Then That) is a free IoT service that allows you to send a trigger from one device/thing, and allow that trigger to make something h...
TV HAT Case Assembly Guide (Raspberry Pi Zero)

TV HAT Case Assembly Guide (Raspberry Pi Zero)

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The laser-cut parts of the case are protected by an adhesive film which needs to be removed before assembly. Bill of Materials Raspberry Pi Zero /...
Auto-Starting Programs on the Raspberry Pi

Auto-Starting Programs on the Raspberry Pi

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There are multiple ways of auto-starting programs on the Raspberry Pi when it boots or you log in.  There’s ‘cron’, ‘init’, Gnome Scheduler amongst...
TV HAT Case Assembly Guide (Raspberry Pi 3B+)

TV HAT Case Assembly Guide (Raspberry Pi 3B+)

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The laser-cut parts of the case are protected by an adhesive film which needs to be removed before assembly. Bill of Materials Raspberry Pi B+/2/3...
The Raspberry Pi 3 Model A+ is here!

The Raspberry Pi 3 Model A+ is here!

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It's been a little over half a year since the launch of the last Raspberry Pi, the 3 Model B+, but it's been a good 3 years since the original 1 Mo...
Securely Logging into a Raspberry Pi without a Password

Securely Logging into a Raspberry Pi without a Password

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We’re always being told to choose a long, hard to guess password for all our accounts, so how can we log into a Raspberry Pi without a password usi...
Tutorial: Tactile switch

Tutorial: Tactile switch

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Tutorial: Tactile switch   Buttons and switches are a fundamental part of ‘physical’ computing. This beginner’s tutorial is designed to teach the b...
Tutorial: How to run a program from boot

Tutorial: How to run a program from boot

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Tutorial: How to run a program from boot   Having a program start by itself when you boot your Raspberry Pi can be very useful. There are a few ...