|Item model number||RASPBERRYPI-SENSEHAT-RASPBERRY-PI_IT|
|Item Weight||1.44 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.18 x 2.91 x 3.94 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||1.18 x 2.91 x 3.94 inches|
Raspberry Pi RASPBERRYPI-SENSEHAT Sense HAT with Orientation, Pressure, Humidity and Temperature Sensors
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- Price For: EachOrder Unit: Each1 Core Architecture: : AVR Core Sub-Architecture: : - Features: : 8 And times; 8 LED Matrix Display, Accelero/Gyro/Magneto/Air Pressure/Temp/Humidity I2C Sensors, Teeny Joystick For Use With: : Raspberry Pi Single Board Computers Kit Contents: : Add-on Board ATtiny88 SVHC: : To Be Advised Silicon Core Number: : ATtiny88 Silicon Family Name: : ATtiny
- Silicon Manufacturer: : Atmel
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RASPBERRY-PI RASPBERRYPI-SENSEHAT Raspberry Pi Sense HAT with Orientation, Pressure, Humidity and Temperature Sensors
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Be warned, the temp reading is kind of useless because it is affected by the heat of the pi. They should include longer header pins so you could use the pins not being used by the hat.
On the down side, the thing mounts directly above the RPi CPU, so the temperature readings are skewed significantly by the heat coming from the CPU.
I think getting these things right could be half the fun, however. And these sensors do drive the imagination. Imagine powering this up in your car and saving the recording. It could be interesting to note the angles that your vehicle goes through in any given day.
It is an absolutely amazing little computer. If you are a hacker. (hacker in the old sense). This little thing was designed to be cheap enough to put in the hands of every student. A tremendous entry level computer for anyone. On top of that, it is so cheap that you can buy one, build it into a project like a weather station or what not and then go buy another for something else. It's main feature is the GPIO. General Purpose Input Output ports. It has a 40 pin header that can be controlled by the PI to interface with real world sensors and out puts.
It includes many programing tools for beginners and experienced programmers. The reason I bought it is because the default operating system is Linux, and one of the main programming languages is Python. Both of which I just recently learned and am working on a project using them.
Warning! There are hundreds of after market add ons available and you could find this becoming your new hobby.
And we all know hobbies mean spending money :)
One hacky way around that is to use a 40 pin IDE extension cable, but that kinda goes against the whole point of it being a Pi Hat. You can also compensate for it in code, but that requires getting information from two other thermal sensors (the CPU temp and a third independent thermometer), which is ever worse
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Received in time.
Easy to setup