Monthly Archives: September 2014

Pan & Tilt Kit for Pi2Go-Lite and Pi Camera

Pan & Tilt Kit for Pi2Go and Pi2Go-Lite   You can download a PDF of this guide from here This system allows you to use the Pi Camera in 3 different ways with your Pi2Go or Pi2Go-Lite Fixed camera Camera with Pan control Camera with Pan and Tilt Control   All the parts are included […]

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Fitting Wheel Encoder Sensors to Pi2Go-Lite

Wheel Encoders on Pi2Go-Lite You can also download a PDF of this guide from here These simple encoders provide 16 pulses per revolution of the main wheels and allow you to program your vehicle to: Travel in straight lines, even if the motors naturally move at slightly different speeds Travel a fixed distance Turn a […]

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Programming PiRoCon in Python

Python We have created a python library that makes programming PiRoCon and Initio very simple. If you are using the PiRoCon on a different robot, you may need to change some of the pin assignments used, but the code itself should be fine Raspberry Pi Python examples can be downloaded from an LXterminal session and […]

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Python Software for Pi2Go

Python Software: Library & Examples If you are setting up a new SD card, please follow the instructions in this PDF We have created a python library module that allows you to use the same software to drive either the Pi2Go or the Pi2Go-Lite. Some functions can be directly mapped between the two products, but […]

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Pi2Go-Lite Released at CamJam 6th September 2014

Pi2Go-Lite Kits Released for Sale at CamJam I went to the Cambridge Jam yesterday and was indundated with questions and people wanting to know more about the newly released Pi2Go-Lite kit for the Raspberry Pi. Now available for immediate shipping from here. I also did a brief presentation of the development process I have been […]

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PicoCon – “No Frills” Motor Controller

Picocon – The “No Frills” Motor Controller Purchase Here   Scroll down for the assembly information for v1 of Picocon (Yellow PCB) Assembling your PicoCon 1. Check You Have Everything PCB (Red) 3 x Screw Terminal Blocks Dual H-Bridge Chip 100nF capacitor Diode 6-pin female header 10-pin female header 26-pin female (GPIO) header   2. […]

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