50 of the Most Important Raspberry Pi Sensors and Components #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
Fantastic guide on the best sensors and components for working with Raspberry Pi. A go-to selection for gifts for your Raspberry Pi enthusiast! – via Tutorials Raspberry Pi
One of the many advantages of the Raspberry Pi is that it is possible to connect almost all standard Arduino and Raspberry Pi sensors and components to the various GPIOs. Moreover you can evaluate and / or process the values with programs and other software. This accessory can be used in projects such as Smart Home (home automation), robot kits or weather stations, etc.
This article describes and summarizes over 50 of the most important sensors and components for Raspberry Pi’s as well as Arduinos and provides you with a full Raspberry Pi sensor list.
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