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Raspberry Pi Pinout

This comprehensive guide walks you through the GPIO pinout of the various Raspberry Pi’s. This guide will provide you with an easy way to see what each of the GPIO pins can be used for with simple diagrams.

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Raspberry Pi Sense HAT Digital Clock

In this tutorial, we will be showing you how you can set up a Raspberry Pi Sense HAT digital clock by utilizing its LED matrix. Throughout the tutorial we will be showing you how to write a script on your Raspberry Pi that can grab the current system time and then interpret that into something […]

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How to Setup a Raspberry Pi Pressure Pad (FSR)

In this Raspberry Pi pressure pad tutorial, I will go through the steps of connecting a force sensitive resistor to the Pi. There are many uses for a pressure pad, such as detecting when someone sits down or places pressure on a specific part of an object. It is a pretty great sensor to make […]

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Raspberry Pi RTC: Adding a Real Time Clock

In this Raspberry Pi RTC tutorial, we will be showing you how to add either the PCF8523, DSL1307 or DS3231 real-time clock (RTC) modules to your Raspberry Pi. We will be showing you how each of the individual real-time clock chips needs to be wired up to the Raspberry Pi to function correctly by providing […]

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Raspberry Pi ADC (Analog to Digital Converter)

In this tutorial, I go through the steps of setting up a Raspberry Pi ADC (Analog to digital converter). As you may already know the Pi doesn’t have any GPIO pins that are analog. This lack of analog pins makes connecting analog sensors a little more complex. There are several solutions to the lack of […]

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That's all we have for circuitry projects, but we have much more planned.

There is so much you can do with the Raspberry Pi such as connecting and talking to sensors and devices. For example, you can use a temperature sensor to read the temperature of something then use this to switch on a light.

There are so many different types of electronics projects that you can do so expect this section to grow a lot. Be sure to join our mailing list to keep up to date on all our latest projects.

We have a pretty handy guide on Raspberry Pi cases which will help find a case that is ideal for your next electronics project. Alternatively, you can always 3d print a case.

If you're completely new the Raspberry Pi then I highly recommend you check out the getting started guides. Also, the GPIO tutorial will help take you through a lot of the basics and will help lots in future projects.

As I mentioned above, be sure to keep up to date by either subscribing to our mailing list or following us on any major social network.

I hope that you have some fund following these electronics projects for the Raspberry Pi. If you have any issues, then be sure to head over to our forum and start a discussion.