Raspberry Pi Zero
De Raspberry Pi Zero boards are the smallest mini computers of Raspberry Pi. They are ideal for projects where space is limited or where power is required. Popular project ideas are Ad blockers, OctoPrint, Timelaps camera, Pi VPN. Of course there are many more cool uses for the Pi Zero!
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Raspberry Pi Zero 2W
De Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W is the newest mini computer from the Zero product family. It is faster than its predecessors and comes with wireless connectivity. The brain of the Zero 2 W is the door Raspberry Pi designed RP3A0. It has a quad-core 64-bit ARM Cortex-A53 processor and runs at 1GHz with 512MB SDRAM. It's up to 5 times faster than the original Raspberry Pi Zero. All that in the same small size. The Zero 2 W is only 65mm x 30mm.
Accessories Raspberry Pi Zero
To get started with the Pi Zero boards you need some accessories. You need a Micro SD card on which you can put an operating system. The default operating system is Raspberry Pi OS, but you can also use Ubuntu, Home Assistant or the like. You also need a power supply to power the Zero. The Zero has a Micro USB connection for a 5V 2,5A power supply. Do you want to connect the Pi to a display? Then you need a Mini HDMI cable. The Zero does not have a USB A port for accessories. If you want to connect one or more USB devices, you need an OTG cable and/or USB hub. The Zero comes with a CSI connector to connect a camera. There is room for a 40 Pin GPIO header (not included as standard) you have to put it on yourself board solder. When you do this, you do have unlimited expansion options. You can place a ready-made HAT on the GPIO pins or develop an extension yourself. When you first get started with the Raspberry Pi Zero it is wise to take a starter kit. Here are all the basic necessities to get started successfully.