To get the Bright Pi working on the Raspberry Pi, you need to enable I2C. You can find a great guide on setting up I2C on the Adafruit website here. Once I2C is all set up, then from command line to turn only all white LEDs on: sudo i2cset -y 1 0x70 0x00 0x5a To […]
Welcome to Pi Supply! Pi Supply is a Raspberry Pi emporium...a fully fledged web shop, jam-packed with Raspberry Pi and related electronic goodies. We will be adding products fairly regularly so keep checking back. We will ship WORLDWIDE and offer a number of popular, secure payment options. Feel free to browse around and see what we have in store...
Pi Supply started as a Kickstarter project, to deliver an add on board that makes it easy to manage power for your Raspberry Pi. This is now called the Pi Supply Switch - a product which makes it simple to turn your Raspberry Pi on and off without repeatedly plugging and unplugging “wall warts” and USB cables – an essential piece of kit for all Raspberry Pi users. You can view the original Kickstarter project at http://kck.st/UVBXTE
When you purchased your Bright Pi v1.0 kit, you should have received an anti-static bag with some components in it which will require soldering together in order to get the Bright Pi up and running and connected to your Raspberry Pi (or other single board computer or I2C enabled microcontroller). Below we have put together […]
As you have probably already heard by now, a new Raspberry Pi has been released called the Model B+. The new board has some major updates compared to the previous Model B including additional USB, additional GPIO, a change in the locations of connectors and much more (for a full overview I would suggest reading […]