Arduipi

Arduipi

SKU 102990087
$35.00
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Description

This product is retired, please consider our GrovePi+ as your alternative choice.

ArduiPi is a new board that bring low level Arduino features combined with high level features of a Raspberry PI.
 
New Hardware version 1.1.
 
Arduino is pretty cool but as soon you want to connect it to network, shield are quite expensive and web server will take lot of space into your Arduino and taking some functions off (such as SPI). That is why Raspberry come, it cost less than a Arduino official shield and can do lot high level thing such as web server, database, home automation, … But the drawback is that is I/O ports are quite complex to use and not so efficient than a Arduino. That said, this is why we decided that Raspberry Pi and Arduino need to get married, let them talk together and assign task to the most competitive one.
 
It has been designed to be open, flexible, extensible, and fulfill majority of use and features available in Arduino world and Raspberry world. What about for example having a full webserver with Apache, Php, SSL, .. , that is able drive low level peripherals such as sensors, leds, motors, strip…. This will become to life with ArduiPi board
 
The combination of these two words offer so much features that it is only limited by your imagination.
 
Feature
  • Autoreset GPIO18 pin connected to Arduino Reset line allowing to program Arduino straight from Pi Uart (new in V.1.1)

  • New switch connected to Raspberry PI GPIO17 pin, for example to shutdown PI (New in V1.1)

  • Power the Arduino side with Raspberry power or with external power.

  • Selectable Arduino side power with 5V or 3.3V 

  • FTDI cable connector to be able to program Arduino independently leaving RX/TX of arduino and Raspberry free.

  • ICSP connector.

  • Power level shifter between Pi side and Arduino side for I2C, SPI, Serial, and all Raspberry Pi GPIO pins

  • Raspberry Pi board Revision 2 with four new GPIO 

  • I2C Bus available from Arduino and/or Raspberry Pi

  • I2C to 1-Wire controller on the board providing fully OWFS (or other) support for Raspberry Pi or Arduino with dedicated library

  • Feature to connect I2C between Arduino And Raspberry Pi (Arduino will become a I2C slave from Raspberry Pi)

  • Feature to connect SPI between Arduino and Raspberry Pi (Arduino will become a SPI slave from Raspberry)

  • Feature to connect the Arduino UART to Raspberry Pi Serial to do communication

  • Availability to use the French dedicated Téléinformation monitoring electricity signal  issued from the main power meter to Arduino or Raspberry Pi (using serial RX)

  • Grove connector on board for I2C and Serial connection for Raspberry and Arduino

  • Sized place to plug aAdafruit I2C or SPI Oled breakout board that can be driven by Arduino or Raspberry Pi in SPI or I2C

  • Sized place to plug a NRF24L01 Wireless breakout board. In the near future, some breakout board fitting this format will be available for RFM12B RFM69W, SD card and SPI flash memory. This will let you use the majority of RF module used today

  • Sized place for 3 x 1-Wire devices on board.

  • Sized place for using PWM devices (switchable with on board power or external power)

  • Two free pins available on level shifter chip, this mean that is you have a device that need level conversion between 3V3 and 5V in both way, you have two pins left for this.

  • Compatible with Raspberry Pi A+,B,B+.

 

Important
Note this unit does not include Raspbery Pi, it is only ArduiPi board.
 
Resources
 
If you encounter any problems when using this product, please ask for the seeedstudio forum.

Technical Details

WeightG.W 35g    
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i seen that the arduipi becomes the slave to the raspberry pi in the case of the SPI. my question here is; with the arduipi if its taking up the CS pin to the RPI can you remap RPI to use other pins as slaves? also then if you were to use SPI from the
on Oct 19,2016
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Hi yoshg,Correct, in case of SPI connection between ArduiPi and RPI, the Arduino located on ArduiPi board act as a slave. I'm not sure to understand what you're trying to do and on which way you would like to use the board, sorry about that. <br
on Oct 20,2016 10:50 AM
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Just want to know can you still use the pis gpio or can you connect a monitor to pi
on Oct 19,2016
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Hi yoshg,Yes you can connect a monitor to the Pi and use Pi Gpio as usual. Except may be gpio18 that is by default used to reset the Arduino (but you can cut the trace il you need itCharles
on Oct 20,2016 10:49 AM
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Works with new raspberry pi?
on Oct 19,2016
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Rodrigo,Yes it works fine with PI B+The only thing that can't work anymore are the dedicated extented GPIO28, GPIO29, GPIO30 and GPIO31 (only present on PI V2 connector P5) since the connector and GPIO are not present anymore on Raspberry
on Oct 20,2016 10:49 AM
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Thanks a lot. I will check info, and write my comments.
on Oct 20,2016 10:49 AM
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