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Wireless Inventors Kit for Raspberry PiMCM Part #: 83-16345  |  Ciseco Part #: S005

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The Wireless Inventors Kit for the Raspberry Pi (RasWIK) is an exciting and affordable addition to the Raspberry Pi.

RasWIK demonstrates that with our leading edge technology anyone (and we mean anyone) can build wireless sensors and actuators , you do not need huge experience, a degree or even any tools. We show you even how to connect the devices you build to “the Internet of Things” (IoT) service providers such as Xively.

Product Description

You can build wireless devices in just a matter of minutes. All the code is fully Open Source, you can use, modify and even sell your own products based on this kit.

There are 29 fully documented projects. The 17 hardware projects take you from very basic sensors, actuators and light controls to more complicated ones that include measuring temperature and light levels. The 12 fully completed software projects show you how to do more sophisticated stuff, including posting your measurements on the Internet.

Projects Included Adventures in digital I/O
  • Understanding basic digital inputs on the XinoRF by using a button
  • Understanding basic digital outputs on the XinoRF by using an LED
  • Lets build a simple traffic light
  • A 4 LED sweeping scanner
  • Driving LED's between pins
Measuring voltages with the Analog inputs
  • Using two resistors to divide a voltage
  • Using a variable resistor to change voltage
  • Let's measure the light in the room
  • Let's measure the temperature in the room
  • Making a temperature graph
  • Detecting a finger tap with the piezo sounder
Analog outputs the digital way
  • Let's first understand what PWM mean
  • Dimming an LED
  • Dimming 3 LED's to make colours
  • Generate a noise with the piezo sounder
Using the counter
  • Let's count button presses
Python programming and the
  • real world examples
  • An introduction to LLAP
  • Sending a LLAP message
  • Receiving a LLAP message
  • Periodically polling devices
  • Converting ADC to Voltage
  • Converting ADC to Temperature
  • Filtering LLAP messages
  • A simple if then do this
  • Logging to a text file
  • Sending data to the Xively IoT cloud
  • More complex stuff
    • WIK Launch Advanced
    • Reloading or updating XinoRF firmware manually

    Adventures in digital I/O
    • Understanding basic digital inputs on the XinoRF by using a button
    • Understanding basic digital outputs on the XinoRF by using an LED
    • Lets build a simple traffic light
    • A 4 LED sweeping scanner
    • Driving LED's between pins
    Measuring voltages with the Analog inputs
    • Using two resistors to divide a voltage
    • Using a variable resistor to change voltage
    • Let's measure the light in the room
    • Let's measure the temperature in the room
    • Making a temperature graph
    • Detecting a finger tap with the piezo sounder
    Analog outputs the digital way
    • Let's first understand what PWM mean
    • Dimming an LED
    • Dimming 3 LED's to make colours
    • Generate a noise with the piezo sounder
    Using the counter
    • Let's count button presses
    Python programming and the
  • real world examples
  • An introduction to LLAP
  • Sending a LLAP message
  • Receiving a LLAP message
  • Periodically polling devices
  • Converting ADC to Voltage
  • Converting ADC to Temperature
  • Filtering LLAP messages
  • A simple if then do this
  • Logging to a text file
  • Sending data to the Xively IoT cloud
  • More complex stuff
    • WIK Launch Advanced
    • Reloading or updating XinoRF firmware manually


    Included in the Kit
    • 1 x Ciseco Slice of Radio
    • 1 x Ciseco XinoRF development board
    • 1 x 4Gb SD card with Pi OS and sample software
    • 1 x USB to Mini USB cable
    • 1 x Small breadboard
    • LED's - 5 x Red, 5 x Yellow, 5 x Green and 1 x Blue
    • 1 x Transistor and 1 x Diode
    • 10 x 10K Resistor, 20 x 470R Resistor, 1 x Light Dependant Resistor (light sensor) and 1 x Thermistor (temperature sensor)
    • 1 x Piezo sounder
    • 3 x Push buttons
    • 25 x Male to Male Jumper wires (assorted colors)
    • Length of hook up wire.

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    Package Specifications & Dimensions
    Weight:0.31 lbs.
    Hazardous:No
    Warranty:90 days
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    Length:6.69 in.
    Width:4.72 in.
    Height:2.56 in.
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    Extra Shipping Charge:No
    Drop Ship:No
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    Mfr. Part Number:S005