The Cytron Maker Pi Pico Mini-W is a compact and versatile development board that simplifies projects with the Raspberry Pi Pico. This mini version of the Maker Pi Pico is specifically designed for wireless projects, and it includes a built-in WiFi module and a built-in antenna. The board also features a variety of other components, including an RGB LED, a user button, and a reset button, as well as a power supply, a USB-C connector, and a 40-pin Raspberry Pi Pico header for connecting to sensors and other devices. The Cytron Maker Pi Pico Mini-W is the perfect solution for anyone looking to create wireless projects with the Raspberry Pi Pico.
MAKER-PI-PICO-MINI-W: Pre-soldered Raspberry Pi Pico W - Wireless with preloaded CircuitPython.
Small but Mighty
Love the Maker Pi Pico but can't fit it into your project? Now we have the Maker Pi Pico Mini. Powered by the same awesome Raspberry Pi Pico / Pico-W, it also inherited most of the useful features from its bigger sibling such as GPIO status LEDs, WS2812B Neopixel RGB LED, passive piezo buzzer, and not forget the user button and reset button.
On top of that, the Maker Pi Pico Mini can also be powered by a single-cell LiPo battery, rechargeable via the USB port and it comes with an overcharge and over-discharge protection circuit.
Due to its small size, we ditched the Grove connectors and replaced them with 3 Maker Ports. Utilizing the JST-SH 4-ways connector, Maker Port is compatible with Sparkfun's Qwiic modules and Adafruit's STEMMA QT modules. Qwiic and STEMMA QT are using I2C communications and can be daisy-chained. By using the included JST-SH to Grove conversion cables, Maker Port is compatible with Seeed Studio's Grove modules too. Besides I2C, Maker Port also supports UART, Analog Input, and Digital Input/Output.
Need to access the GPIOs? You can solder the optional pin headers (included in the box) to expand out all the GPIOs on the Raspberry Pi Pico.
Support Multiple Programming Languages
The Raspberry Pi Pico / Pico-W can be programmed with C/C++ (Natively or with Arduino IDE support), MicroPython, or CircuitPython. With massive libraries support and examples especially in Arduino IDE and CircuitPython, you will be ready to build your application in no time, be it for learning purposes or building useful projects.