For makers, educators and experimenters worldwide, the Raspberry Pi has quickly become the compact computing platform of choice for those eager to create, learn and develop for the expanding universe of connected devices.
With analogue sensors and 5V PWM, UI controls and supply monitoring, LiPo and automotive voltage operation, the standard Ardhat is the missing link that connects the Raspberry Pi with the Real World. If you need more, the Ardhat-I adds a 10-DOF IMU, and Ardhat-W adds a LoRa ISM wireless node with up to 10km range.
This repository is your goto resource for everything Ardhat, from pinouts to language bindings and everything in between.
Find an error, or want to add something? See this article on how to contribute for more info.
Throughout this guide there are a number of small-but-handy pieces of information that can make using Ardhat easier, more interesting, and less hazardous. Here’s what to look out for.
Notes are handy pieces of information
Extra tidbits to help you understand Ardhat.
ProTips™ help you get more from Ardhat
These are tips and tricks that will help you be an Ardhat wizard!
Warnings help you not to blow things up
Heed these messages if you wish to avoid certain death.
If you come across anything along the way that we haven’t covered, or if you know of a tip you think others would find handy, head over to the forum and we’ll see about including it in this guide.