Introduction to BakeBit
The BakeBit Starter Kit is a development kit composed of various sensor modules. This kit contains hardware extension boards: a NanoHat-Hub, sensor modules and a software utility: BakeBit.
The BakeBit modules can be easily connected to and work with FriendlyElec’s Nano boards. They support digital interfaces, analog interfaces, I2C interfaces and etc.
Connect NanoHat-Hub Board to NanoPi NEO/AIR
Currently the BakeBit modules work with FriendlyElec's NanoPi NEO and NanoPi NEO Air.
Use male pin-headers to connect your NanoPi NEO/AIR to the NanoHat-Hub:
Install BakeBit Package
- Connect your NanoPi NEO/AIR to the internet, open a terminal on your NanoPi NEO/AIR from SSH login and download the BakeBit source code from github:
cd ~ git clone https://github.com/friendlyarm/BakeBit.git
- Run the installation script for BakeBit:
cd BakeBit/Script chmod +x install.sh ./install.sh
- Reboot your board after installation is finished:
- Verify BakeBit Functions:
Connect a BakeBit Starter Kit’s LED module to the NanoHat-Hub's D3 interface and run the following command on the NanoPi NEO's command line:
If the LED is blinking your BakeBit is proved to be working.
BakeBit Starter Kit
The BakeBit Starter Kit currently contains 12 sensor modules.
Here is a list of the sensor modules:
Project Page: https://github.com/friendlyarm/BakeBit
User's Manual in PDF: http://wiki.friendlyarm.com/bakebit/bakebit_starter_kit_manual_en.pdf
- Released English version
- Renamed "NEO-Hub" to "NanoHat-Hub"