Discover the prototyping activities with the Pibrella pack
A PiBrella is good... but a PiBrella kit with material and documentation in French is better.
With PiBrella you can invent a ton of small Python and Scratch projects using the button, the LEDs and the buzzer (sounds) already available on the card. PiBrella is used on a Raspberry-Pi 3, 2, B PLUS and B.
When you want to carry out more advanced projects, you can plug your own inputs and outputs on PiBrella to explore new horizons
Pibrella is designed to provide more current than the Raspberry-Pi GPIO and the card even has a USB power connector to provide more power to the motors, relays and solenoids connected to the outputs
The inputs and outputs have LED indicators, handy for debugging your projects more easily... This card is simply added to your Raspberry-Pi A or B model. Everything is very simple to use and clearly labeled on the card.
PiBrella represents a very interesting element of education for apprenticeship courses, internships, clubs and all beginners who wish to discover the possibilities of the GPIO of Raspberry-Pi.
Du matériel en plus?
It is by documenting the PiBrella that we realized that it would be really cool to add more material to make PiBrella even more fun to discover. See the list below.
So you will be able to leave quickly and easily to explore.
Compatibility Pi 3 and Pi 2
At MCHobby, we retested PiBrella's compatibility with Pi 3 (Pi 2) in Python 2.7 and Scratch.
After re-evaluation of our tutorial on the Pi 3, we can confirm this compatibility. Good fun :-)
Raspberry and power cord not included (they are only used for illustrative purpose).
- Having a few lengths of wire for making remote connections will be welcome, so it is recommended to weld PinHeader pins at the end of the wires to ensure correct contact on the input/output ports of PiBrella (it is for this we have included 2 sections of 36 pins).
- Three weld points do not scare you, you may be interested in using
- PIR Sensor (to be purchase separately, detailed connection in our tutorial)
- From a Hall effect sensor (to be purchase separately, detailed connection in our tutorial)