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Enviro for Raspberry Pi – Enviro
Enviro for Raspberry Pi – Enviro
Monitor your world with Enviro and Enviro + Air Quality for Raspberry Pi! There's a whole bunch of fancy environmental sensors on these boards, and a gorgeous little full-colour LCD to display your data. They're the perfect way to get started with citizen science and environmental monitoring! Monitor your world! Enviro + Air Quality is designed for environmental monitoring, and lets you measure air quality (pollutant gases and particulates*), temperature, pressure, humidity, light, and noise level. When combined with a particulate matter sensor*, it's great for monitoring air quality just outside your house (more information below) and lets you contribute your data to citizen science efforts to monitor air quality via projects like Luftdaten. Enviro is designed for indoor monitoring, letting you measure temperature, pressure, humidity, light, and noise level. It's great for keeping tabs on what's going on in rooms in your house, office, or elsewhere. Push the data to server and you can view the data remotely from anywhere. Enviro + Air Quality features BME280 temperature, pressure, humidity sensor (datasheet) LTR-559 light and proximity sensor (datasheet) MICS6814 analog gas sensor (datasheet) ADS1015 analog to digital converter (ADC) (datasheet) MEMS microphone (datasheet) 0.96" colour LCD (160x80) Connector for particulate matter (PM) sensor (available separately) Pimoroni breakout-compatible pin header pHAT-format board Fully-assembled Compatible with all 40-pin header Raspberry Pi models Pinout Python library Dimensions: 65x30x8.5mm Enviro features BME280 temperature, pressure, humidity sensor (datasheet) LTR-559 light and proximity sensor (datasheet) MEMS microphone (datasheet) 0.96" colour LCD (160x80) Pimoroni breakout-compatible pin header pHAT-format board Fully-assembled Compatible with all 40-pin header Raspberry Pi models Python library Dimensions: 65x30x8.5mm Citizen science with Enviro + Air Quality We've developed Enviro + Air Quality in collaboration with the University of Sheffield, with the aim of letting you contribute real-time air quality data from your local area to open data projects like Luftdaten. The alarming drop in our air quality is something that's really important to understand. Devices like Enviro + Air Quality allow fine-grained, detailed datasets that let us see shifts in air quality through time and across different areas of cities. The more devices that contribute data, the better quality the dataset becomes. Particulate matter (PM) is made up of tiny particles that are a mix of sizes and types, like dust, pollen, mould spores, smoke particles, organic particles and metal ions, and more. Particulates are much of what we think of as air pollution. They can be measured, in size and quantity, by particulate matter sensors like the PMS5003 that you can connect to Enviro + Air Quality. The analog gas sensor can be used to make qualitative measurements of changes in gas concentrations, so you can tell broadly if the three groups of gases are increasing or decreasing in abundance. Without laboratory conditions or calibration, you won't be able to say "the concentration of carbon monoxide is n parts per million", for example. Temperature, air pressure and humidity can all affect particulate levels (and the gas sensor readings) too, so the BME280 sensor on Enviro + Air Quality is really important to understanding the other data that it outputs. Indoor monitoring with Enviro Enviro is designed especially for indoor monitoring. The temperature, humidity, light, and noise readings can be used to keep track of conditions in your home and, combined with the LCD to display the data and the proximity sensor for interaction, it makes an ideal headless monitoring device. Why not combine it with some IoT smarts like an Alexa skill so that you can ask what the temperature or humidity is? Or you could set up a trigger action with IFTTT that turns your Philips Hue lights on when the light level drops below a certain level. There's loads of possibilities!

₹4,139.00*
LiPo SHIM
LiPo SHIM
The tiny little LiPo/LiIon power supply shim for all versions of the Raspberry Pi! We love mobile projects but having a discrete, slick, and tidy power supply solution is always tricky. LiPo SHIM (formerly known as Zero LiPo) aims to give you the most compact Raspberry Pi power supply possible. You can either solder the 0.8mm thick PCB directly onto the GPIO pins on your Pi for a permanent solution, or solder on the provided 2x6 0.1" female header which will allow you to remove your Zero LiPo at any time (but will block the GPIO pins). We use the TPS61232 step-up boost converter from Texas Instruments that offers up to 96% efficiency. The board includes power on and battery low indicator LEDs. During shutdown (due to under-voltage or external selection) the quiescent current is just 15uA sip. The MagPi described LiPo SHIM as "a slick bit of kit" and "a great option for providing safe power for a portable project" in their four star review. Features 0.8mm thick PCB Shaped to sit as low as possible on the Raspberry Pi 2-pole JST connector ideal for most LiPo/LiIon batteries Power and low battery LED indicators Supplies up to 1.5A continuous current (15uA quiescent current) Low battery warning at 3.4V (asserts GPIO #4 low) Automatic shutdown at 3.0V to protect your battery VBAT+, GND, and EN pins available to break out 2x6 0.1" female header (optional, for non permanent installation) Includes rubber foot to space LiPo SHIM away from your Raspberry Pi LiPo SHIM pinout Compatible with all 40-pin header Raspberry Pi models Requires soldering Battery not included Software We've put together a one-line installer that will initiate a clean shutdown when the low battery warning is triggered and GPIO #4 is pulled low. More details are available here in the GitHub repository. Notes This is not a charger. You will need a separate charger to keep your LiPo/LiIon batteries topped up! We recommend the Adafruit Micro Lipo or PowerBoost 1000 Charger. The VBAT+ and GND pins that are broken out can be used as alternative way to inject power, for instance if you wanted to solder on your own JST connector with wires to make it stretch a bit further. The EN pin can be pulled to ground to cut the power output from LiPo SHIM.

₹1,619.00*
Pimoroni #LASERLIFE – Pimoroni Pin Party Enamel Pin Badge
Pimoroni #LASERLIFE – Pimoroni Pin Party Enamel Pin Badge
  Level up your lapel with our Pimoroni Pin Party enamel pin badges! These soft enamel pin badges will bring a touch of geek chic to your jacket, bag, or hat (the sort you wear on your head!), and come in four different fun designs. The rubber backs will hold your pins securely on the high seas!

₹749.00*
Pimoroni 1.12" Mono OLED (128x128, white/black) Breakout
Pimoroni 1.12" Mono OLED (128x128, white/black) Breakout
  A crisp, bright 1.12" OLED that's ideal for adding a small display to your project. This 128x128 pixel, monochrome white/black display is ideal for graphing, readouts, and displaying basic icons. OLEDs have the advantage of being extremely bright and readable, with great contrast. Because this one is small, it's great for fitting into projects where space is at a premium, and it's Raspberry Pi and Arduino-compatible! Like other breakouts, this one just pops straight onto your Pi's pins once you've soldered on the included right-angle female header, and we included a trace that can be cut to change the I2C address from 0x3C to 0x3D, if you want to use two at once! It's also compatible with fancy new Breakout Garden, where using breakouts is as easy just popping it into one of the six slots and starting to grow your project, create, and code. Features 1.12" white OLED display (128x128 pixels) 20x20mm active area I2C interface (address 0x3C/0x3D (cut trace)) 3.3V or 5V compatible Reverse polarity protection Compatible with all models of Raspberry Pi, and Arduino Python library Dimensions: 28x42.1mm. Kit includes 1.12" OLED display breakout 1x5 male header 1x5 female right-angle header We've designed this breakout board so that you can solder on the piece of right-angle female header and pop it straight onto the bottom left 5 pins on your Raspberry Pi's GPIO header (pins 1, 3, 5, 7, 9). Software We recommend the Luma Python library for driving this OLED display. You can find full documentation for the Luma library here. To get up and running you should: Install the latest library directly from GitHub: sudo pip install git+git://github.com/rm-hull/luma.oled.git#egg=luma.oled Grab the examples repository: git clone https://github.com/rm-hull/luma.examples Then run an example like so: python maze.py --width 128 --height 128 --display sh1106 Software does not support Raspbian Wheezy.  

₹2,249.00*
Pimoroni AS7262 6-channel Spectral Sensor (Spectrometer) Breakout
Pimoroni AS7262 6-channel Spectral Sensor (Spectrometer) Breakout
  Detect six distinct channels of visible light with this fancy-pants spectral sensor! Unlike normal RGB colour sensors, with the AS7262 you'll get six bands of colour readings that roughly translate to red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and violet. Rainbow-y! The two on-board white LEDs mean that you can illuminate materials to give more accurate spectral readings and also measure reflectivity of surfaces. The LEDs we've used are really high quality ones with a CRI of >=90 and a colour temperature of 4,000K for consistent and accurate colour rendering. You can do all sorts of cool things with this sensor, like analysing different light sources, measuring  transmission of light through materials or solutions (with an additional light source), and more. Why not combine the AS7262 breakout with one of OLED breakouts, and chart the colour information on it? The AS7262 6-Channel Spectral Sensor Breakout has an I2C interface and is 3.3V or 5V compatible. Like other Pimoroni breakouts,  It's also compatible with our fancy new Breakout Garden, where using breakouts is as easy just popping it into one of the six slots and starting to grow your project, create, and code. Features AMS AS7262 6-channel spectral (visible) sensor I2C interface (address: 0x49) 6 spectral channels (450, 500, 550, 570, 600, 650nm) 2 on-board illumination LEDs 3.3V or 5V compatible Reverse polarity protection Raspberry Pi-compatible pinout (pins 1, 3, 5, 7, 9) Compatible with Raspberry Pi 3B+, 3, 2, B+, A+, Zero, and Zero W Python library Dimensions: 19x21x4mm Kit includes AS7262 6-Channel Spectral Sensor Breakout 1x5 male header 1x5 female right angle header Software We've put together a Python library that you can use to read data from your AS7262 6-Channel Spectral Sensor Breakout, an easy one-line installer to install everything, and a couple of examples of reading data from it. Software does not support Raspbian Wheezy.  

₹2,999.00*
Pimoroni Automation HAT
Pimoroni Automation HAT
  Take control of and monitor your world with our ultimate jack-of-all-trades Raspberry Pi HAT! We've pulled together a great set of features into this home monitoring and automation controller. With relays, analog channels, powered outputs, and buffered inputs (all 24V tolerant) you can now hook up a plethora of goodies to your Raspberry Pi all at once. Better still each channel has an indicator LEDs which means at a glance you can see what's happening with your setup. Even the analog channels have dimming LEDs that allow you to see the value they are currently sensing - swish! Ideal for smart home and automation projects, giving your greenhouse intelligent sprinklers, or scheduling your fish feeding! Features 3 x 24V @ 2A relays (NC and NO terminals) 3 x 12-bit ADC @ 0-24V 3 x 24V tolerant buffered inputs 3 x 24V tolerant sinking outputs 15 x channel indicator LEDs 1 x 12-bit ADC @ 0-3.3V 3.5mm screw terminals Power, Comms, and Warn! LED indicators SPI, TX (#14), RX (#15), #25 pins broken out Automation HAT pinout Compatible with Raspberry Pi 3, 2, B+, A+, Zero, and Zero W Python library Comes fully assembled (broken out pins require soldering) Software As ever, we've made a super-simple to use Python library to take advantage of Automation HAT's multitudinous functions, with examples to get you started. Our input, output and relay examples show you how to read the analog and digital inputs, switch the outputs on and off, and control the relays. Notes We recommend you use a set of brass M2.5 standoffs with Automation HAT to avoid pins contacting the HDMI port if the HAT is pushed down Loads for the buffered outputs should be switched on the ground side, i.e. 12/24V (from supply) -> load -> output terminal -> ground (from supply) The relays can tolerate up to 2A each and should be switched on the high side The sinking outputs can sink a maximum 500mA total across the 3 outputs, so if you use a single channel you can sink the whole 500mA across it. Do not use to switch mains voltages!

₹4,049.00*
Pimoroni automation:bit
Pimoroni automation:bit
  Control and monitor your world with automation:bit! It's tolerant of up to 24V, with analog and digital inputs, outputs, and a relay, so it's ideal for automating low-voltage systems in your home. Just slot in your micro:bit, then code automation:bit with the block-based Microsoft MakeCode editor. Hook up buttons to the inputs, use the built-in buttons on micro:bit, or the light-sensing capability of the LED matrix to control devices connected to automation:bit. Or why not use a second micro:bit's radio function as a remote control? WARNING! automation:bit should not be used with voltages greater than 24V and especially not with mains voltages! Features Comes fully-assembled and ready to use 1 x 24V @ 2A relay (NC and NO terminals) 3 x ADC channels (0-24V range) 3 x 24V tolerant buffered inputs 3 x 24V tolerant sinking outputs 3.5mm screw terminals Compatible with micro:bit Microsoft MakeCode support No soldering required! Software  You can code automation:bit with the block-based Microsoft MakeCode editor, that'll get you started with using all of automation:bit's functionality. To add the automation:bit library in MakeCode, click on the cog at the top right hand corner, then "Add Package", then enter the URL "https://github.com/pimoroni/pxt-automationbit". You can find full instructions at the GitHub repository for the library.

₹1,799.00*
Pimoroni Bearables Acorn Motion Sensor
Pimoroni Bearables Acorn Motion Sensor
  An adorable acorn sensor to connect to and trigger your Bearables badge. Bearables is a range of woodland-themed wearable LED badges and sensors. Wear the badges on their own, or connect them to one of the sensors with conductive thread to bring them to life. Designed for kids* (suggested age 8+) and grown-up kids alike! Attach the acorn motion sensor to a Bearables badge and when you move the sensor your badge's LEDs will light up. Warning: Contains small parts. Not suitable for children 3 years or younger. This is not a toy. Kit contains Acorn motion sensor Sticker sheet Features Tilt switch motion sensor Two sewable hooks Compatible with Bearables badges Dimensions: 25x18x4mm (LxWxH) Using your Bearables sensor The nifty design of the badges and sensors means that it's super-simple to connect them. It doesn't matter which way round they're connected. Just connect one hook on the badge to one hook on the sensor with conductive thread, then do the same with the other two hooks. Once a sensor is connected, press and hold the multi-functional button to put your badge into trigger mode. Now when you trigger the sensor, the LED lights on your badge will light up. Notes Bearables badges and sensors are not waterproof or washable Ensure that the two pieces of conductive thread connecting your Bearables badge and sensor do not touch, bearing (pun intended) in mind that they may touch when the fabric is creased or folded. Nothing bad will happen, the sensor just won't work as it should. A dab of clear nail varnish on the conductive thread around the hook can help to give a better, more reliable connection

₹449.00*
Pimoroni Bearables Bear Kit
Pimoroni Bearables Bear Kit
  A complete Bearables Bear Kit with coloured LED badge, motion sensor, thread, needles, and battery.  Sewable, hackable, wearable, adorable! Bearables is a range of woodland-themed wearable LED badges and sensors. Wear the badges on their own, or connect them to one of the sensors with conductive thread to bring them to life. Designed for kids* (suggested age 8+) and grown-up kids alike! Attach the acorn motion sensor to the Bear badge and when you move the sensor your badge's LEDs will light up. In their five star review, The MagPi said that Bearables were "excellent value for money"and that "the badge kit has everything you need to sew your interactive badge and sensor to clothes". Warning: Contains small parts. Not suitable for children 3 years or younger. This is not a toy. Keep battery out of reach of children. If ingested, seek medical help immediately. Kit contains Bear badge with 12 LEDs (multi-coloured) Acorn motion sensor 3m stainless steel conductive thread 3 sewing needles CR2032 3V coin cell battery 2x sticker sheets Instructions Reusable box Features 12 coloured LEDs (blue, green, yellow, orange, red, pink) 12 light patterns Multi-functional button (mode change, sleep, trigger mode) PIC16F1503 microcontroller Sewable hooks Tilt switch motion sensor Battery life of 3-4 days with a CR2032 coin cell battery Dimensions Badge dimensions: 41x35x5mm (LxWxH) Sensor dimensions: 25x18x4mm (LxWxH) Using your Bearables badge Press the multi-functional button on your badge briefly to cycle through the light patterns. Each of the LEDs will light to indicate which of the 12 patterns is currently selected. Press and hold the button to put your badge into sleep mode. The nifty design of the badges and sensors means that it's super-simple to connect them. It doesn't matter which way round they're connected. Just connect one hook on the badge to one hook on the sensor with conductive thread, then do the same with the other two hooks. Once a sensor is connected, press and hold the multi-functional button to put your badge into trigger mode. Now when you trigger the sensor, the LED lights on your badge will light up. Notes Bearables badges and sensors are not waterproof or washable Be aware that conductive thread is sharp! Ensure that the two pieces of conductive thread connecting your Bearables badge and sensor do not touch, bearing (pun intended) in mind that they may touch when the fabric is creased or folded. Nothing bad will happen, the sensor just won't work as it should. The hooks on the back can be shorted without any damage to the badge, although it may trigger the LEDs similar to triggering them with a sensor. A painted or coated safety pin will work better than a bare metal one. A dab of clear nail varnish on the conductive thread around the hook can help to give a better, more reliable connection

₹1,879.00*
Pimoroni Bearables Bear LED Badge
Pimoroni Bearables Bear LED Badge
  A bewildered bear badge with 12 coloured LEDs and 12 light patterns, that's sewable, hackable, wearable, and adorable! Bearables is a range of woodland-themed wearable LED badges and sensors. Wear the badges on their own, or connect them to one of the sensors with conductive thread to bring them to life. Designed for kids* (suggested age 8+) and grown-up kids alike! Attach your badge using thread (normal or conductive), a safety pin, a small disc magnet, or some double-sided sticky tape. Warning: Contains small parts. Not suitable for children 3 years or younger. This is not a toy. Keep battery out of reach of children. If ingested, seek medical help immediately. Kit contains Bear badge with 12 LEDs (multi-coloured) CR2032 3V coin cell battery Sticker sheet Features 12 coloured LEDs (blue, green, yellow, orange, red, pink) 12 light patterns Multi-functional button (mode change, sleep, trigger mode) PIC16F1503 microcontroller Two sewable hooks Compatible with Bearables analog sensors Battery life of 3-4 days with a CR2032 coin cell battery Dimensions: 41x35x5mm (LxWxH) Using your Bearables badge Press the multi-functional button on your badge briefly to cycle through the light patterns. Each of the LEDs will light to indicate which of the 12 patterns is currently selected. Press and hold the button to put your badge into sleep mode. The nifty design of the badges and sensors means that it's super-simple to connect them. It doesn't matter which way round they're connected. Just connect one hook on the badge to one hook on the sensor with conductive thread, then do the same with the other two hooks. Once a sensor is connected, press and hold the multi-functional button to put your badge into trigger mode. Now when you trigger the sensor, the LED lights on your badge will light up. Notes Bearables badges and sensors are not waterproof or washable Ensure that the two pieces of conductive thread connecting your Bearables badge and sensor do not touch, bearing (pun intended) in mind that they may touch when the fabric is creased or folded. Nothing bad will happen, the sensor just won't work as it should. The hooks on the back can be shorted without any damage to the badge, although it may trigger the LEDs similar to triggering them with a sensor. A painted or coated safety pin will work better than a bare metal one. A dab of clear nail varnish on the conductive thread around the hook can help to give a better, more reliable connection

₹899.00*
Pimoroni Bearables Flower Light Sensor
  A cute flower light sensor to connect to and trigger your Bearables badge. Bearables is a range of woodland-themed wearable LED badges and sensors. Wear the badges on their own, or connect them to one of the sensors with conductive thread to bring them to life. Designed for kids* (suggested age 8+) and grown-up kids alike! Attach the flower light sensor to a Bearables badge and when you cover the sensor or when it's dark your badge's LEDs will light up. Warning: Contains small parts. Not suitable for children 3 years or younger. This is not a toy. Kit contains Flower light sensor Sticker sheet Features Light sensor with two phototransistors Two sewable hooks Compatible with Bearables badges Dimensions: 17x17x5mm (LxWxH) Using your Bearables sensor The nifty design of the badges and sensors means that it's super-simple to connect them. It doesn't matter which way round they're connected. Just connect one hook on the badge to one hook on the sensor with conductive thread, then do the same with the other two hooks. Once a sensor is connected, press and hold the multi-functional button to put your badge into trigger mode. Now when you trigger the sensor, the LED lights on your badge will light up. Notes Bearables badges and sensors are not waterproof or washable Ensure that the two pieces of conductive thread connecting your Bearables badge and sensor do not touch, bearing (pun intended) in mind that they may touch when the fabric is creased or folded. Nothing bad will happen, the sensor just won't work as it should. A dab of clear nail varnish on the conductive thread around the hook can help to give a better, more reliable connection  

₹449.00*
Pimoroni Bearables Fox Kit
Pimoroni Bearables Fox Kit
  A complete Bearables Fox Kit with coloured LED badge, light sensor, thread, needles, and battery.  Sewable, hackable, wearable, adorable! Bearables is a range of woodland-themed wearable LED badges and sensors. Wear the badges on their own, or connect them to one of the sensors with conductive thread to bring them to life. Designed for kids* (suggested age 8+) and grown-up kids alike! Attach the flower light sensor to the Fox badge and when you cover the sensor or when it's dark your badge's LEDs will light up. In their five star review, The MagPi said that Bearables were "excellent value for money" and that "the badge kit has everything you need to sew your interactive badge and sensor to clothes". Warning: Contains small parts. Not suitable for children 3 years or younger. This is not a toy. Keep battery out of reach of children. If ingested, seek medical help immediately. Kit contains Fox badge with 12 LEDs (multi-coloured) Flower light sensor 3m stainless steel conductive thread 3 sewing needles CR2032 3V coin cell battery 2x sticker sheets Instructions Reusable box Features 12 coloured LEDs (blue, green, yellow, orange, red, pink) 12 light patterns Multi-functional button (mode change, sleep, trigger mode) PIC16F1503 microcontroller Sewable hooks Light sensor with two phototransistors Battery life of 3-4 days with a CR2032 coin cell battery Dimensions Badge dimensions: 47x35x5mm (LxWxH) Sensor dimensions: 17x17x5mm (LxWxH) Using your Bearables badge Press the multi-functional button on your badge briefly to cycle through the light patterns. Each of the LEDs will light to indicate which of the 12 patterns is currently selected. Press and hold the button to put your badge into sleep mode. The nifty design of the badges and sensors means that it's super-simple to connect them. It doesn't matter which way round they're connected. Just connect one hook on the badge to one hook on the sensor with conductive thread, then do the same with the other two hooks. Once a sensor is connected, press and hold the multi-functional button to put your badge into trigger mode. Now when you trigger the sensor, the LED lights on your badge will light up. Notes Bearables badges and sensors are not waterproof or washable Be aware that conductive thread is sharp! Ensure that the two pieces of conductive thread connecting your Bearables badge and sensor do not touch, bearing (pun intended) in mind that they may touch when the fabric is creased or folded. Nothing bad will happen, the sensor just won't work as it should. The hooks on the back can be shorted without any damage to the badge, although it may trigger the LEDs similar to triggering them with a sensor. A painted or coated safety pin will work better than a bare metal one. A dab of clear nail varnish on the conductive thread around the hook can help to give a better, more reliable connection

₹1,879.00*
Pimoroni Bearables Fox LED Badge
Pimoroni Bearables Fox LED Badge
  A sleepy fox badge with 12 coloured LEDs and 12 light patterns, that's sewable, hackable, wearable, and adorable! Bearables is a range of woodland-themed wearable LED badges and sensors. Wear the badges on their own, or connect them to one of the sensors with conductive thread to bring them to life. Designed for kids* (suggested age 8+) and grown-up kids alike! Attach your badge using thread (normal or conductive), a safety pin, a small disc magnet, or some double-sided sticky tape. Warning: Contains small parts. Not suitable for children 3 years or younger. This is not a toy. Keep battery out of reach of children. If ingested, seek medical help immediately. Kit contains Fox badge with 12 LEDs (multi-coloured) CR2032 3V coin cell battery Sticker sheet Features 12 coloured LEDs (blue, green, yellow, orange, red, pink) 12 light patterns Multi-functional button (mode change, sleep, trigger mode) PIC16F1503 microcontroller Two sewable hooks Compatible with Bearables analog sensors Battery life of 3-4 days with a CR2032 coin cell battery Dimensions: 47x35x5mm (LxWxH) Using your Bearables badge Press the multi-functional button on your badge briefly to cycle through the light patterns. Each of the LEDs will light to indicate which of the 12 patterns is currently selected. Press and hold the button to put your badge into sleep mode. The nifty design of the badges and sensors means that it's super-simple to connect them. It doesn't matter which way round they're connected. Just connect one hook on the badge to one hook on the sensor with conductive thread, then do the same with the other two hooks. Once a sensor is connected, press and hold the multi-functional button to put your badge into trigger mode. Now when you trigger the sensor, the LED lights on your badge will light up. Notes Bearables badges and sensors are not waterproof or washable Ensure that the two pieces of conductive thread connecting your Bearables badge and sensor do not touch, bearing (pun intended) in mind that they may touch when the fabric is creased or folded. Nothing bad will happen, the sensor just won't work as it should. The hooks on the back can be shorted without any damage to the badge, although it may trigger the LEDs similar to triggering them with a sensor. A painted or coated safety pin will work better than a bare metal one. A dab of clear nail varnish on the conductive thread around the hook can help to give a better, more reliable connection

₹899.00*
Pimoroni BH1745 Luminance and Colour Sensor Breakout
Pimoroni BH1745 Luminance and Colour Sensor Breakout
  A really sophisticated and accurate colour and luminance sensor breakout that's Raspberry Pi and Arduino-compatible. As well as detecting RGB colour and light level, it has added bells and whistles like 50/60Hz light noise rejection, a wide detection range, and two illumination LEDs. This type of sensor is the same as you'd find in phones, tablets, and laptops where they're used to detect ambient light temperature and adjust the colour temperature of the display accordingly. The BH1745 Luminance and Colour Sensor Breakout has an I2C interface and is 3.3V or 5V compatible. Like our other Pimoroni breakouts, we've designed it so that you can solder a piece of right-angle header onto it and then pop it straight onto the bottom left 5 pins on your Raspberry Pi's GPIO header (pins 1, 3, 5, 6, 9). It's also compatible with our fancy new Breakout Garden, where using breakouts is as easy just popping it into one of the six slots and starting to grow your project, create, and code. Features BH1745 luminance and colour sensor Two white illumination LEDs Red, green, blue, and luminance measurements 0.005 to 40,000 lux detection range 50/60Hz light noise rejection IR cut filter 16 bit data output 3.3V or 5V compatible I2C interface, with address select via ADDR cuttable trace (0x38 or 0x39) Reverse polarity protection Raspberry Pi-compatible pinout (pins 1, 3, 5, 7, 9) Compatible with Raspberry Pi 3B+, 3, 2, B+, A+, Zero, and Zero W Python library Datasheet Dimensions: 19x19x3mm Kit includes BH1745 Luminance and Colour Sensor Breakout 1x5 male header 1x5 female right angle header Software We've put together a Python library that you can use to read data from your BH1745 Luminance and Colour Sensor Breakout, and an easy one-line installer to install everything. Software does not support Raspbian Wheezy. Notes The trace between the solder pads (marked ADDR) can be cut (carefully with a craft knife) to change the I2C address from the default of 0x38 to 0x39, meaning that you can use up to two sensors on the same Raspberry Pi or Arduino. If cut, the pads can be bridged again by soldering to reset the address to 0x38.

₹1,349.00*
Pimoroni Blinkt!
  Eight super-bright RGB LED indicators that are ideal for adding visual notifications to your Raspberry Pi without breaking the bank! Inspired by Alex Ellis' work with his Raspberry Pi Zero Docker Cluster, we developed these boards for him to use as status indicators. Blinkt! offers eight APA102 pixels in the smallest (and cheapest) form factor to plug straight onto your Raspberry Pi. Each pixel on Blinkt! is individually controllable and dimmable allowing you to create gradients, pulsing effects, or just flash them on and off like crazy. The data and clock lines are connected to GPIO #23 and #24 respectively but for simplicity you can just use our Python library to drive them. Features Eight APA102 RGB LEDs Individually controllable pixels Sits directly on top of your Pi in a tiny footprint Fits inside most Pi cases Doesn't interfere with PWM audio Blinkt! pinout Compatible with Raspberry Pi 3, 2, B+, A+, Zero, and Zero W Python library Comes fully assembled Software Our Blinkt! Python library will have you blasting out rainbows in two shakes of a unicorn's tail! There's a stack of examples too, from binary clocks to cheerlights and flickering candles to Larson scanners! Notes Be careful to plug in your Blinkt! the correct way round, it has curves on the top that match the corners of your Raspberry Pi If you want to access the rest of the GPIO at the same time as using Blinkt! then our Mini Black HAT Hack3r is the ideal accompaniment, allowing you to combine Blinkt! with another HAT or pHAT, or just prototype using the GPIO pins for your own project The dimensions of Blinkt! are 65mm long x 8mm wide x 8.5mm thick (thickness includes header and pixels) Additional accessories shown in photos not included We featured Blinkt! on a special episode of Bilge Tank where we tried to come up with as many different code examples as possible in one morning. Check it out below.  

₹749.00*
Pimoroni BME680 Breakout - Air Quality, Temperature, Pressure, Humidity Sensor
Pimoroni BME680 Breakout - Air Quality, Temperature, Pressure, Humidity Sensor
Description The state-of-the-art BME680 breakout lets you measure temperature, pressure, humidity, and indoor air quality, and is Raspberry Pi and Arduino-compatible! Use this breakout to monitor every aspect of your indoor environment. Its gas resistance readings will react to changes in volatile organic compounds and can be combined with humidity readings to give a measure of indoor air quality. Want to get an idea of whether there's adequate ventilation in your bedroom, your workshop, or workplace? Set up a BME680 on a Pi Zero W and have it log sensor readings to a file. It's also compatible with fancy new Breakout Garden, where using breakouts is as easy just popping it into one of the six slots and starting to grow your project, create, and code. Features Bosch BME680 temperature, pressure, humidity, air quality sensor I2C interface, with address select via ADDR solder bridge (0x76 or 0x77) 3.3V or 5V compatible Reverse polarity protection Raspberry Pi-compatible pinout (pins 1, 3, 5, 7, 9) Compatible with Raspberry Pi 3B+, 3, 2, B+, A+, Zero, and Zero W Dimensions: 19x19x2.75mm (LxWxH) Kit includes BME680 breakout 1x5 male header 1x5 female right angle header We've designed this breakout board so that you can solder on the piece of right angle female header and pop it straight onto the bottom left 5 pins on your Raspberry Pi's GPIO header (pins 1, 3, 5, 6, 9). The right angle header also has the advantage of positioning the breakout away from the Pi's CPU so as to minimise radiated heat. Software As well as the C library provided by Bosch, we've put together a Python library (with a quick and painless one-line-installer) to use with your BME680, making it straightforward to combine it with our other boards (why not use a Blinkt! or Unicorn pHAT to visualise air quality in real time?) Software does not support Raspbian Wheezy. Notes In our testing, we've found that the sensor requires some burn-in time (at least 20 minutes) and that readings may take a couple of minutes to stabilise after beginning measurements The solder pads (marked ADDR) can be bridged to change the I2C address from the default of 0x76 to 0x77, meaning that you can use up to two sensors on the same Raspberry Pi or Arduino

₹2,699.00*
Pimoroni Breakout Garden HAT
  Grow your projects on Breakout Garden. It's the easiest way to use breakouts with your Raspberry Pi. There's no soldering required, just pop up to six Pimoroni breakouts into the slots on Breakout Garden and get started coding and creating. It's ideal for prototyping projects without the need for complicated wiring, soldering, or breadboards, and you've always got the option of changing your setup thanks to the way that Breakout Garden works. The six sturdy slots on Breakout Garden are edge connectors that connect the five pins on each Pimoroni breakout to the power and I2C (for data) pins on your Raspberry Pi. Because I2C is a bus, you can use multiple I2C devices at the same time, providing they don't have the same address (we've made sure that all of our breakouts have different addresses). There's reverse polarity protection built into all of Pimoroni breakouts, so nothing bad will happen if you accidentally plug a breakout in back to front! We've also broken out a load of useful pins along the top of Breakout Garden, so you can connect other devices and integrate them into your Breakout Garden projects. If you have Pimoroni breakouts to which you've already soldered headers, then you can use this top row of pins to use them alongside other breakouts on Breakout Garden. Features Six sturdy edge-connector slots for Pimoroni breakouts 0.1” pitch, 5 pin connectors Broken-out pins (1x10 strip of male header included) Standoffs included to hold your Breakout Garden securely Reverse polarity protection (built into breakouts) HAT format board Compatible with Raspberry Pi 3 B+, 3, 2, B+, A+, Zero, and Zero W Using Breakout Garden We'd suggest using the included standoffs to attach Breakout Garden firmly to your Raspberry Pi. Pop the screws through the mounting holes on your Raspberry Pi, from below, and then screw the standoffs onto the screws. Push Breakout Garden onto your Pi's GPIO pins, and then screw through each mounting hole into the standoffs to hold everything steady and secure. Because of the way that I2C (the protocol that Breakout Garden uses) works, it doesn't matter which slot on Breakout Garden you plug your Pimoroni breakout into. Each I2C device has an address (you'll see it on the back of each breakout) that it uses to identify itself to other I2C devices, so it's effectively saying to your Raspberry Pi, "Hey, it's me, Bob!" We've built reverse polarity protection into our Pimoroni breakouts, meaning that there's no magic blue smoke if you accidentally plug one in the wrong way round. However, the correct way to plug them in is to make sure that the labels on the pins on your breakout and the labels on each Breakout Garden slot match up. Software Head over to the Breakout Garden GitHub repo and give our automagic installer a go. Just pop a few breakouts into Breakout Garden, run the installer, and SHAZAM!, the software for the appropriate breakouts will be installed. We've also got a few nice examples to show you what's possible. Here's a few other project ideas to get you thinking: A laser tape measure with VL53L1X Time of Flight Breakout and  1.12" OLED An environmental display with BME680 Breakout, BH1745 Luminance and Colour Sensor Breakout, and  1.12" OLED A really sophisticated presence detector with MLX90640 Thermal Camera Breakout, LSM303D 6DoF Breakout, and the BH1745 Luminance and Colour Sensor Breakout

₹1,799.00*
Pimoroni Button SHIM
  Button SHIM gives you five handy, physical buttons and an RGB status LED, and it's HAT and pHAT-compatible! Our SHIM-format boards are designed to slip neatly onto your Pi's GPIO pins and still allow you to use HATs and pHATs at the same time. Or solder the included female header onto Button SHIM and use it as a standalone board. The buttons and status LED stick out from the top edge of your Pi, making them easy to access. Use Button SHIM to add physical interaction and visual feedback to your project. It makes the perfect controller for our LED boards like Unicorn pHAT, Mote, and Blinkt! Or why not use it with Four Letter pHAT to turn your Pi into a proper alarm clock, or stopwatch/timer? Features 5x tactile, right-angle push buttons Single RGB LED (APA102) Buttons driven through an IO expander (TCA9554A) Super-slim SHIM-format board 0.8mm thick PCB Can be used with HATs and pHATs Button SHIM pinout Compatible with Raspberry Pi 3, 2, B+, A+, Zero, and Zero W Python library 2x20 female header included Requires soldering Dimensions Board dimensions: 65x13x4.5mm (WxHxD, depth includes buttons) Button dimensions: 7x3.5x3.75 (WxHxD) Software We've put together a one-line-installer to install the Button SHIM Python library. You'll be up-and-running in a jiffy! There's even a few nice example programs showing how to use Button SHIM to control your Pi's audio, how to control the status LED, and how to mimic key presses. To install the software, open a terminal and type curl https://get.pimoroni.com/buttonshim | bash to run the one-line-installer. Software does not support Raspbian Wheezy. Notes It's important to install Button SHIM the correct way round, with the buttons facing outwards from your Pi, and the buttons on the top (check the photos on this page if you're unsure)

₹899.00*
Pimoroni Component Pizza – Pimoroni Pin Party Enamel Pin Badge
  Level up your lapel with our Pimoroni Pin Party enamel pin badges! These soft enamel pin badges will bring a touch of geek chic to your jacket, bag, or hat (the sort you wear on your head!), and come in four different fun designs. The rubber backs will hold your pins securely on the high seas!

₹749.00*
Pimoroni Conductive Thread - 3m
Pimoroni Conductive Thread - 3m
  Three metres of conductive thread on a little card bobbin, an essential component of any wearables project! approx. 0.15mm gauge 2ply (2x100x12µm) 36Ω per metre 3 metres included Steel stranded Warning: this is steel stranded wire so can be sharp, be careful!  

₹319.00*
Pimoroni Coupé Flotilla – Pibow 3 B+ Coupé (Raspberry Pi 3 B+, 3, & 2)
Pimoroni Coupé Flotilla – Pibow 3 B+ Coupé (Raspberry Pi 3 B+, 3, & 2)
  Pibow Coupé. The slim, hackable, and attractive case for the Raspberry Pi! Features Compatible with Raspberry Pi 3 B+, 3, and 2 Extra venting, and a place for installing a heatsink if you really want to push your Pi Super-slimline profile Fully HAT-compatible Works great with standoffs! Protects your beloved Pi! Clear top and base leave Raspberry Pi visible GPIO cut-out with laser-etched pin labels Leaves all ports accessible Made from lightweight, high-quality, cast acrylic Great for hacking and tinkering! Made in Sheffield, UK Dimensions: 99x66x15mm (WxLxH, not including bolt heads and nuts). Crafted out of five unique layers including a transparent top and base that leave your beautiful Pi visible inside. Each layer is laser-cut from colourful, high-quality, cast acrylic and once stacked they securely contain a Raspberry Pi 3 B+, 3, or 2 while leaving the primary ports, including the camera port, display port, and GPIO accessible. The case is lightweight and ideal for mounting to any surface. No tools are required for assembly or disassembly.

₹1,279.00*
Pimoroni Coupé Ninja – Pibow 3 B+ Coupé (Raspberry Pi 3 B+, 3 & 2)
  Pibow Coupé. The slim, hackable, and attractive case for the Raspberry Pi! Features Compatible with Raspberry Pi 3 B+, 3, and 2 Extra venting, and a place for installing a heatsink if you really want to push your Pi Super-slimline profile Fully HAT-compatible Works great with standoffs! Protects your beloved Pi! Clear top and base leave Raspberry Pi visible GPIO cut-out with laser-etched pin labels Leaves all ports accessible Made from lightweight, high-quality, cast acrylic Great for hacking and tinkering! Made in Sheffield, UK Dimensions: 99x66x15mm (WxLxH, not including bolt heads and nuts). Crafted out of five unique layers including a transparent top and base that leave your beautiful Pi visible inside. Each layer is laser-cut from colourful, high-quality, cast acrylic and once stacked they securely contain a Raspberry Pi 3 B+, 3, or 2 while leaving the primary ports, including the camera port, display port, and GPIO accessible. The case is lightweight and ideal for mounting to any surface. No tools are required for assembly or disassembly.  

₹1,279.00*
Pimoroni Coupé Red – Pibow 3 B+ Coupé (Raspberry Pi 3 B+, 3 & 2)
Pimoroni Coupé Red – Pibow 3 B+ Coupé (Raspberry Pi 3 B+, 3 & 2)
  Pibow Coupé. The slim, hackable, and attractive case for the Raspberry Pi! Features Compatible with Raspberry Pi 3 B+, 3, and 2 Extra venting, and a place for installing a heatsink if you really want to push your Pi Super-slimline profile Fully HAT-compatible Works great with standoffs! Protects your beloved Pi! Clear top and base leave Raspberry Pi visible GPIO cut-out with laser-etched pin labels Leaves all ports accessible Made from lightweight, high-quality, cast acrylic Great for hacking and tinkering! Made in Sheffield, UK Dimensions: 99x66x15mm (WxLxH, not including bolt heads and nuts). Crafted out of five unique layers including a transparent top and base that leave your beautiful Pi visible inside. Each layer is laser-cut from colourful, high-quality, cast acrylic and once stacked they securely contain a Raspberry Pi 3 B+, 3, or 2 while leaving the primary ports, including the camera port, display port, and GPIO accessible. The case is lightweight and ideal for mounting to any surface. No tools are required for assembly or disassembly.  

₹1,279.00*
Pimoroni Coupé Royale – Pibow 3 B+ Coupé (Raspberry Pi 3 B+, 3, & 2)
Pimoroni Coupé Royale – Pibow 3 B+ Coupé (Raspberry Pi 3 B+, 3, & 2)
  Pibow Coupé. The slim, hackable, and attractive case for the Raspberry Pi! Features Compatible with Raspberry Pi 3 B+, 3, and 2 Extra venting, and a place for installing a heatsink if you really want to push your Pi Super-slimline profile Fully HAT-compatible Works great with standoffs! Protects your beloved Pi! Clear top and base leave Raspberry Pi visible GPIO cut-out with laser-etched pin labels Leaves all ports accessible Made from lightweight, high-quality, cast acrylic Great for hacking and tinkering! Made in Sheffield, UK Dimensions: 99x66x15mm (WxLxH, not including bolt heads and nuts). Crafted out of five unique layers including a transparent top and base that leave your beautiful Pi visible inside. Each layer is laser-cut from colourful, high-quality, cast acrylic and once stacked they securely contain a Raspberry Pi 3 B+, 3, or 2 while leaving the primary ports, including the camera port, display port, and GPIO accessible. The case is lightweight and ideal for mounting to any surface. No tools are required for assembly or disassembly.

₹1,279.00*