Difference between revisions of "RPI Arduino Sheild Add-on V1.0"
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Latest revision as of 02:01, 15 July 2015
Compared to Arduino, it's hard to find the shields and electronic brick customized for Raspberry Pi. This Arduino Shield Add-on has extended RPI 32PIN Connector to Arduino PIN, which will facilitate connections to all kinds of arduino shields. Meanwhile, two groups of electronic brick interfaces are equipped on the add-on, which are free to be connected to various electronic bricks.
We do not only offer this convenient add-on for Raspberry Pi, but also provide an SDK that help you transplant divers of Arduino into Raspberry Pi. After installing the SDK, you can drive this add-on as easily as you do on Arduino.
- extend RPI 32pin connector to Arduino Shield
- two groups of Grove electronic brick interfaces
- two electronic brick intefaces
- two optional voltage levels 3V3/5V
|Interface||IIC, UART, Arduino Shield|
|Power supply voltage||VDD||3||3.3||3.5||V|
|Pin Index||Pin Name||Arduino Shield||Description|
- Plug Rpi Arduino Shield Add-on into RPI V2, connect SHT10 to IIC interface through 4-pin wires. Power Raspberry Pi V2.
- Download the SDK from this link: https://github.com/itead/Segnix and then install it.
- Modify the file ReadSHT1xValues.ino
- modified codes as below:
- define dataPin 3
- define clockPin 5
- Enter into the directory libraries/itead_SHT1x/examples/ReadSHT1xValues, compile and run the file ReadSHT1xValues.ino
- Command as below to compile ReadSHT1xValues.ino
- $ iteadcompile ReadSHT1xValues ReadSHT1xValues.ino
- Command to run this program
- $ sudo ./ ReadSHT1xValues
- When the compilation is done, you can read the temperature and humidity data from the terminal.