The Raspberry Pi NoIR Camera Board has no Infrared filter, which makes it perfect for taking Infrared photographs or photographing objects in low light (twilight) conditions! The camera plugs directly into the CSI connector on the Raspberry Pi. It’s able to deliver clear 5MP resolution image, or 1080p HD video recording at 30fps! Latest Version 1.3!
The camera is supported in the latest version of Raspbian, the Raspberry Pi’s preferred operating system.
This is a 3 meter long HDMI cable, that supports Full HDMI Specification version 1.4, supporting Ethernet over HDMI, Full 1080p HD Video and Audio, 4K Video, and DTS/DTS-HD/Dolby Digital HDMI Audio Passthrough.
Distance Sensor for the GoPiGo. The distance sensor can be mounted to the GoPiGo Raspberry Pi robot using the servo package to enable rotation. It detects distances from obstacles and objects, giving your robot the ability to navigate.
This package includes the cable for connecting the Distance Sensor to the GoPiGo.
That new Raspberry Pi computer you just got has a row of 2×20 pin headers soldered on – those are the GPIO (general purpose input/output) pins and for those of us who like to hack electronics they are where the real fun is. By programming the Pi, you can twiddle those pins high or low, send and receive I2C and SPI data, and access the 3V and 5V power rails.
If you want to bridge those contacts out onto another PCB, you'll want this cable! It's 20cm long and has 40 socket & wire sets.
The Servo Package is a device that rotates. It connects directly to the GoPiGo and enables you to control an attached sensor’s rotation with software. This package comes with the servo and mounting hardware for attaching an ultrasonic sensor or Raspberry Pi camera to the GoPiGo Raspberry Pi robot car.
This 4.8 x 3.8 x 2.2cm board takes an input voltage of 8 to 40 volts, and converts it to an output of 5 volts, 5 Amps. It has 4 USB ports, so it is ideal for powering a Raspberry Pi and USB peripherals from a car or other DC power supply.
The Flirc Raspberry Pi 4 case was designed to not only be functional for your Raspberry Pi, but to be drop dead gorgeous. It’s made of beautiful aluminum core that is sandwiched between two black, soft touch shells that feel amazing in your hands. But once it’s out of your hands, it’s deserving to be proudly on display running your favorite media center software.
The FLIRC will work with any IR remote control, so if you have an old one lying around the house, you need only buy a FLIRC. However, if you would like a brand new Remote Control with all the buttons you expect to control a Media Centre, this is the bundle for you.
This is a 5 meter long HDMI cable, that supports Full HDMI Specification version 1.4, supporting Ethernet over HDMI, Full 1080p HD Video and Audio, 4K Video, and DTS/DTS-HD/Dolby Digital HDMI Audio Passthrough.
Flirc was invited to share and create in the building of the first Kodi hardware product. The Kodi Edition Raspberry Pi Case is a special edition run. A limited quantity were built and the product shares all the same great qualities as the Flirc Raspberry Pi Case. Kodi is the registered trademark of the XBMC foundation and Flirc was granted permission to use their logo.
The CodeBug is a wearable board (that looks like a bug) with 25 LED’s and 6 touch-sensitive I/O pads. It is programmed by the supplied micro-USB cable and can be powered either by microUSB or a CR2032 battery (not included).
The FlightAware SMA (female to male) 1090MHz Mode S filter is designed to reduce interference and significantly improve the valid mesage rate of ADS-B/Mode S receivers. It passes range 980MHz – 1150MHz. Impedance is 50ohms and insertion loss is <2.5dB.
Are you looking to expand your horizons and start controlling the physical world around you with your Raspberry Pi? If so, the Gertboard is for you!
Yu can detect and output analogue voltages, drive motors, detect switch presses, illuminate LEDs and drive relays. Jumper cables allow you to hook up different parts of the circuit in any different ways, allowing total flexibility all controlled by your Raspberry Pi.