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self-driving-optical-demo-zero

Description: [SUMMARY] These are the minimal required parts for a self-driving optical demo using the Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W as the microcontroller. If you have trouble getting an RPi Zero 2 W, other RPi Zero models should also be directly compatible, though might not support wireless (W). Optional additions to this demo are in "self-driving-optical-demo-zero-optionals" (https://www.adafruit.com/wishlists?wid=551821). [NOTE] This description is not meant to be a comprehensive guide; rather, it's to point out some key takeaways from the product descriptions that affect which optional parts should be bought together, bought instead of another, etc. See the product description pages for more information. [TROUBLESHOOTING] While technically optional, I *highly recommend* purchasing PID:954 from the optional list. This is to provide an additional way of accessing the RPi in case you run into problems setting up the RPi (I did my first time) and you don't have a compatible display, keyboard, and mouse available to interface with the RPi directly. [WITH VS. WITHOUT HEADERS] If you're able to source the RPi Zero 2 W with headers pre-installed, great! In this case, you can purchase that instead of ===Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W PID: 5291=== + ===GPIO Hammer Headers - Solderless Raspberry Pi Connectors - Male + Female + Installation Jig PID: 3413===. At the time of writing (2022-07-09), RPi Zero 2 W with headers installed was not listed on Adafruit to our knowledge. If you know how to solder or want to learn, and have access to soldering equipment, see https://learn.adafruit.com/introducing-the-raspberry-pi-zero/gpio-header-options (i.e. you can replace PID:3413 with PID:2822). [BLINKT! COVERS TOO MANY PINS] The Blinkt! covers all 40 GPIO pins. The Stemma-QT shim allows for using the AS7341 spectrometer by having an adapter that sits in-between the pins and the Blinkt!. If you want a configuration that allows you to have easier access to the pins covered by Blinkt!, then see PID:3182 and PID:1988 from the optionals list. [COMMENTS/QUESTIONS] Lmk at the email listed on my GitHub page (https://github.com/sgbaird) under "How to reach me:", write an issue on the GitHub page (https://github.com/sparks-baird/self-driving-lab-demo), leave a comment on the hackaday project (https://hackaday.io/project/186289-self-driving-optics-demo), etc.

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Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W Maximum 1 per order PID: 5291
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