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Multifunctional Education and Development Ecosystem Powered by the Raspberry Pi Pico

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Multifunctional Education and Development Ecosystem Powered by the Raspberry Pi Pico

Pico Bricks is a multifunctional education and development ecosystem powered by the Raspberry Pi Pico board. Its modular design effectively supports a fool-proof learning environment. Moreover, it has complete flexibility for using nearly all components worldwide. To summarize, it is a Raspberry Pi Pico add-on system for much more reliable and more accessible use.

The kit is suitable for everybody interested in electronics and coding. Thanks to the incredibly flexible design and software environment;

  • A beginner with little knowledge in coding can use it without any electronic skills due to its modular design and beginner-friendly IDE + Simulator.
  • A beginner with little knowledge in coding can use it without any electronics skills, thanks to its simulator and tons of example projects. You can even use it only in IDE without a physical Pico Bricks!
  • An expert with good knowledge in electronics can use and develop its modules with high flexibility. The carefully written Docs allows for changing the logic of modules. Also, you can create your modules in its built-in protoboard!
  • An expert with good knowledge in coding can use Pico Bricks with little knowledge in electronics. All the modules are pre-assembled on the board. You write your codes in Pico Bricks IDE and click RUN!

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CANPico - CAN FD Module With Raspberry Pi Pico

CANPico - CAN FD Module With Raspberry Pi Pico

The CANPico module is a carrier board for the Raspberry Pi Pico. It is soldered onto the Pico, connecting the Raspberry Pi to a CAN Bus controller and transceiver, ready for connection to a CAN Bus network via a simple screw terminal. 

The CANPico includes an instrument header with the CAN H and CAN L signals and the digital RX and TX signals for use with an oscilloscope or logic analyzer. Software support is via an open-source MicroPython SDK.

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