Everything about Raspberry Pi
What is Raspberry Pi?
De Raspberry Pi Foundation is an educational charity from the United Kingdom. The aim of the foundation is to improve education around computers, computer science and related subjects. They do this for young and old.
Raspberry Pi develops single-board computers. Thanks to the low price, these are accessible to a large target group. The latest board, Raspberry Pi 4B is almost as powerful as a cheap computer. You can a Raspberry Pi use mini computer to learn programming. But you can also use it as a control for home automation, 3D printers, and much more. The possibilities are unlimited! The Raspberry Pi boards are suitable for everyone! From young children for education, to professional use. order your Raspberry Pi board and discover the possibilities!
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Raspberry Pi projects
Do you want a Raspberry Pi create project, but you have no idea how? We have some nice example projects ready. These projects explain step by step what to do. You can get started right away! Sample projects are available for beginners and advanced users.
Click below and like a Raspberry Pi project.
News about Raspberry Pi
Do you want to stay informed of all developments around Raspberry Pi?
Then our Raspberry Pi news page for you. You will find updates about it here boards, software, the foundation itself, projects and much more. Are you a real one Raspberry Pi fan or do you want more about Raspberry Pi to discover? Ga now to the page and discover the latest news!
Most popular Raspberry Pi products
De Raspberry Pi foundation generally releases a new one every few years board from. This is usually an improved version of the model before it. The model B boards also all have the same form factor. The Raspberry Pi 3B+ is the last model with a standard HDMI and a Micro-USB port. The Raspberry Pi 4 model B is the first board with 2 Micro-HDMI ports and a USB-C connection. Both models are very popular. The advantage of the Raspberry Pi 4 model B is that it optionally comes with 1GB, 2GB and even 4GB RAM. Are you going to start with Raspberry Pi? Then we recommend taking a starter kit. A starter kit contains everything you need to get started right away. View popular below Raspberry Pi Products.
Raspberry Pi for beginners
Do you want to learn to work with Raspberry Pi? Then the starter guide is perfect for you! In this guide we will introduce you with the different types of hardware. Such as Jumper wires, LED lights, motors, sensors and much more. But also the software like Scratch is discussed. You learn step-by-step coding with code blocks and Python. Before you know it, you are already making super cool projects! Take a quick look at the starter guide!
FAQ Raspberry Pi
The Raspberry Pi platform is very extensive. There are a lot of functions. You have to know about their existence before you can use them.
Are you running into something? Then view our Raspberry Pi FAQ page.
Here are answers to frequently asked questions. Is your question not listed? Do not hesitate to contact us. We are happy to assist you.
Raspberry Pi Categories
Raspberry Pi boards
Raspberry Pi is the ultimate tool to get acquainted with the world of computers & computer science. The boards are accessible to everyone. From young to old and from beginner to expert. You can learn to program with it, but you can also run a website on it, for example. The possibilities are unlimited. Click below and view all Raspberry Pi boards.
Raspberry Pi kits
Buying the right kit for your project has several advantages. This means you don't have to waste time looking for all components to get started with your project. If you are a beginner, you have access to all resources to guide you well for your first project. Click below and view all kits. Do you have questions about the kits? Get in touch with us.
Raspberry Pi accessoiries
Accessories are not standard with the Raspberry Pi delivered, but they are sold separately. We do this so that you can adapt your Raspberry to your project wishes. You can make a lot of projects with the Raspberry. Other accessories are needed for most projects. Choose the accessories below that suit your project.
Raspberry Pi displays
A display is a nice addition to create new projects. For example, you can make a portable game with it. The displays are available with and without a touch screen. Think carefully about what you want to use the screen for and whether it requires a touch screen. Also check the offers we now have on different displays.
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A housing for you Raspberry Pi
By default, no housing is supplied with the Raspberry Pi supplied. However, it is recommended to use a housing. Of course you don't want your board gets dusty. Thanks to a housing, dprotects the components a lot better. At the same time, the Raspberry Pi also better with a beating. Because the housing is not directly included, you can choose a housing that meets your needs. There are many different types of enclosures to choose from. Each housing has its own advantages and disadvantages, so consider carefully which type suits your project.
cool you Raspberry Pi!
De Raspberry Pi 4 Model B has a much more powerful CPU than the previous models.
Unfortunately, heat dissipation has not improved. This makes it almost necessary to have an additional cooling, such as one fan to connect.
If you don't have cooling on you Raspberry Pi connected, and you are working normally, you will probably soon receive one of the two messages on the right. If you ignore these warnings, the Pi may shut itself down.
Raspbian is the foundation's official supported operating system. You can install it yourself on a Micro-SD card. Or purchase ready-made. Raspbian comes pre-installed with lots of software for:
- Computer programming
- General usage
It has Python, Scratch, Sonic Pi, Java and more.