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Support for LoRa connectivity for Raspberry Pi Pico was put together by Sandeep Mistry, the author of the Arduino LoRa library, who more recently also gave us Ethernet support for Pico. His library adds LoRa support for Pico and other RP2040-based boards using the Semtech SX1276 radio module. That means that breakouts like Adafruit’s RFM95W board, as well as their LoRa FeatherWing, are fully supported.
In the last few years we have developed various smart buttons for different companies in the context of innovation projects. These buttons use different protocols to switch something on or off, to reorder something, to change settings, to reserve rooms, to contact someone, to trigger alarms and much more.
Outdoor air has a CO₂ ppm level of 400 ppm. Humans exhale air with 40000 ppm. You can calculate the percentage of exhaust air you are breathing by dividing measured CO₂ level above outdoor by the human exhaust level. Used air might contain aerosols which might contain the corona virus.
This is a personal shopping and inventory-tracking device based on the Raspberry Pi and off-the-shelf usb barcode scanners, with an option to share and contribute to the Open Product Data (POD) database of product barcodes, as part of the Saruzai Open Data project.
This short guide will show you how to add an LED power indicator/status light to your Raspberry Pi, letting you know when it's powered and when it's safe to unplug your Pi. This LED will illuminate when your Pi is running and turn off when your Pi has been successfully shut down.
To keep the price down, the Raspberry Pi doesn't ship with a power button, yet it's easy to add your own! This guide will show you how to add a power button to your Raspberry Pi that can turn your Pi on or off. This is one of the most useful Raspberry Pi projects you can complete!
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