The Raspberry Pi is a compact, powerful and affordable single-board computer employed by hobbyist and professionals alike in a wide variety of projects. We’ll be making use of the Raspberry Pi’s GPIO (General Purpose Input and Output) pins to trigger external devices (such as Relays, Microcontrollers, PLCs, etc. ) straight from the Lensmaster timeline.
These pins can be controlled programmatically. We’ll be using them to interface with Relays and other devices.
We’ll be using this ethernet port to connect the raspberry PI to the same network switch as the Robot and computer running Lensmaster.
This port is used to power the Raspberry PI using a USB-C power adapter.
Insert your MicroSD card with Raspberry Pi OS here.
Action Server Pinout
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