Bài 2-Lập trình chức năng GPIO của Raspberry Pi
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Bài 2Lập trình chức năng GPIO của Raspberry Pi
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Python Program to Control Raspberry Pi GPIO Pins
Setting up a Python development environment on a Raspberry Pi, connecting a breadboard to the Raspberry Pi, and writing a Python program to control the Pi’s GPIO pins to turn on/off the LEDs on our breadboard. Pt.2 of a tutorial on creating a REST API to control the pins of a Raspberry Pi.
Code ====== https://github.com/avcourt/restfulpi
Part 1 ===== https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lr3LLpVBSUk
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Basic usage of the Raspberry Pi GPIO pins
Working with Raspberry Pi GPIO pins is easy and very useful. In this video is an introduction to doing just that.
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GPIO Basics with LED light – Raspberry Pi and Python tutorials p.6
In this Raspberry Pi tutorial, we’re going to be introducing and using the GPIO (General Purpose Input Output) pins on our boards.
These pins are directly connected to our Broadcom chip, so this is a \”proceed at your own risk\” tutorial. You can fry your Pi with a simple mistake plugging into the wrong pin. That said, most of the awesome functionality of the Raspberry Pi comes from these pins, so it’s a rewarding thing to learn.
Textbased version of this series: https://pythonprogramming.net/introductionraspberrypitutorials/
How to connect the MCP23017 GPIO Expander to an Arduino and Raspberry Pi
In this episode, we take a look at the MCP23017 GPIO Expander IC. With this IC, we can add 16 GPIO pins to the existing GPIO pins on an Arduino, Raspberry Pi, or any micro controller that has an i2c bus. They can be \”stacked\” for up to 128 additional GPIO pins! Bring on the LED’s!
In this video we cover:
► Physical connection of the MCP23017 to a Raspberry Pi
► Code examples for the Raspberry PI in Python
► Physical connection of the MCP23017 to an Arduino UNO
► Code examples for the Arduino
As promised, all the code used in this video is on Github!
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