Raspberry Pi Pico W - Raspberry Pi RP2040 chip, Wi-Fi & Bluetooth 5.2 supported, beginner-friendly microcontroller, small & flexible design
Raspberry Pi Pico W equips Raspberry Pi 2040(RP2040) chip, providing Wi-Fi & Bluetooth wireless connectivity, offering satisfactory performance in microcontrollers and yet costed at a relatively low price. It is perfectly designed for the beginners to electronics, pretty suitable for wireless IoT controlling applications.
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- Small and flexible Raspberry Pi microcontroller: Equip with featured tiny RP2040 microcontroller chip with 30 GPIO pins
- Wireless Connection Supported: Incorporate Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11 b/g/n wireless LAN, as well as Bluetooth 5.2 connection
- Relatively low price for high performance: Best price ratio for one wireless microcontroller represented by Raspberry Pi
- Simple easy to use: Drag & drop programming using mass storage over a USB through MicroPython
- Designed for beginners/children: Provide tons of projects/tutorials, allowing for quick positive programming feedback, getting started well with electronics
- Multiple beginner-friendly assistance provided: Free uploaded comprehensive C/C++/Micropython SDK, software examples, and documentation
Raspberry Pi Pico W delivers wireless connection including both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5.2, on the basis of the flexible Raspberry Pi Pico Microcontroller, bringing more possibilities. It equips Raspberry Pi 2040(RP2040) chip, providing good quality and satisfactory performance in microcontrollers, providing both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, and yet offered at a relatively low price. All of which makes it perfect for beginners to electronics. Since the wireless connection is incorporated, it can be widely developed and deployed in more IoT scenarios, such as appliance control, security supervising, and other wireless applications.
Raspberry Pico W with Wi-Fi & Bluetooth is a microcontroller where you can utilize its physical computing and wireless communication to control components wirelessly such as sensors, LEDs, motors or you may want to connect other microcontrollers to build some great and exciting projects. Unlike the single-board computer(SBC) Raspberry Pi, Pico W has not installed an operating system, instead, it can be directly programmed to use, which makes it easier to control compared to an SBC. If you want to get to know electronics, this microcontroller with wireless communication will present you with the intuitive feeling of mastering electronics.
There are 30 multi-function GPIO pins on the Pico W, including communication like I2C, SPI, UART, 8 programmable I/Os and so on. Equipped with enhanced an RP2040 chip, it can perform everything you need in IoT wireless controlling projects. And because of its small size, it is very suitable for edge & embedded applications. With comprehensive C/C++/Micropython SDKs, multiple software examples and documentation, it offers beginners a pretty simple way to use and get started with microcontrollers, allowing for quick positive programming feedback.
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|Form factor||21 mm × 51 mm|
|CPU||Dual-core Arm Cortex-M0+ @ 133MHz|
|Memory||264KB on-chip SRAM; 2MB on-board QSPI flash|
|Interfacing||26 GPIO pins, including 3 analogue inputs|
|Peripherals||2 × UART|
|2 × SPI controllers|
|2 × I2C controllers|
|16 × PWM channels|
|1 × USB 1.1 controller and PHY, with host and device support|
|8 × PIO state machines|
|Connectivity||2.4GHz IEEE 802.11b/g/n wireless LAN, on-board antenna|
|Input power||1.8–5.5V DC|
|Operating temperature||-20°C to +70°C|
|Production lifetime||Raspberry Pi Pico W will remain in production until at least January 2028|
- Wireless IoT controlling
- Small & Smart Home Appliance
- Wi-Fi Network assembly
Can the Pico W be turned into a WiFi hotspot?
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