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September 3, 2015 AT 10:03 am

NEW PRODUCTS – Pimoroni Picade Cabinet Kit – PIM105 / Pimoroni Picade Console Controller – PIM106 / Pimoroni Picade Controller PCB – PIM110

NEW PRODUCTS – Pimoroni Picade Cabinet Kit – PIM105 / Pimoroni Picade Console Controller – PIM106 / Pimoroni Picade Controller PCB – PIM110



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Pimoroni Picade Cabinet Kit – PIM105

The Pimoroni Picade Cabinet is a stylish, retro, and fun arcade cabinet for your Raspberry Pi!

The Picade Cabinet comes in kit form for you to build at home. All parts, panels, and components are included – you just need to supply the Raspberry Pi and power adapter. We highly recommend using a Raspberry Pi 2 as the extra processing power gives great performance in many emulators.

This is the desktop arcade cabinet version of the Pimoroni Picade.

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The panels are powder-coated in black so the end result feels like a finished, quality product. The chassis makes a great sounding-board for the included speakers, you can’t fake that retro sound.

Total build time is around one to two hours and full instructions are available online. The only tools you’ll need are a cross-head (Phillips/pozi) screwdriver and a small flat-head for the Picade PCB screw terminals.

Please note: Raspberry Pi is not included. Picade is compatible with Raspberry 2, B+, and A+ – we recommend Raspberry Pi 2 since it’s a lot more powerful! You’ll also need a good 2A power supply.

Check the Pimoroni website for more information!

In stock and shipping now!



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Pimoroni Picade Console Controller – PIM106

The Pimoroni Picade Console Controller is a stylish, retro, and fun arcade controller for your Raspberry Pi!

The Picade Console Controller comes in kit form for you to build at home. All parts, panels, and components are included – you just need to supply the Raspberry Pi! We highly recommend using a Raspberry Pi 2 as the extra processing power gives great performance in many emulators.

This is the console controller version of the Pimoroni Picade.

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The panels are powder-coated in black so the end result feels like a finished, quality product. The chassis makes a great sounding board for the included speakers, you can’t fake that retro sound. In our example we used our 10.1″ 1366×768 HDMI Display IPS.

Total build time is around one hour. Full specific to the console instructions do not exist yet (they’re coming soon!) but you can find instructions and an embed of the build video under the general Picade Cabinet instructions!

See: Build video beginning at Stage 5 – Building The Control Panel & Installing The Main Buttons.

The only tools you’ll need are a cross-head (pozi) screwdriver and a small flat-head for the Picade PCB screw terminals.

Please note: Raspberry Pi is not included. Picade is compatible with Raspberry 2, B+, and A+ – we recommend Raspberry Pi 2 since it’s a lot more powerful! You’ll also need a good 2A power supply.

Check the Pimoroni website for more information!

In stock and shipping now!



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Pimoroni Picade Controller PCB – PIM110

The Pimoroni Picade Controller PCB is an Arduino-compatible board with an integrated 3W stereo amplifier designed for use in arcade projects (like the Picade Cabinet or Picade Console Controller). Basically its everything-you-need to make a Pi ready for your very own DIY arcade console project.

The controller comes fully assembled and behaves like a keyboard when plugged in via USB and has a default key-mapping (though you can reprogram it using the Arduino IDE). Connections are made using screw terminals for a solid, permanent installation.

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It uses the same micro-controller as the Arduino Leonardo (the ATmega32U4) and is pre-installed with the Arduino bootloader and Pimoroni software.

Features:

  • Powered by an ATmega32U4 (32KB, 2.5K RAM @ 16MHz)
  • 6-pin ISP header for direct programming (also pre-loaded with Arduino bootloader)
  • Includes a stereo 3W amplifier (PAM8407) for use with 4Ω speakers
  • Appears as a USB HID device (keyboard) to the host
  • Screw terminal contacts for four-direction Joystick, 12 buttons, and two speakers
  • Reset button
  • Mounting holes
  • Power, Bootload, TX, and RX LED indicators

In stock and shipping now!


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