Nano RP2040 Connect
The Arduino Nano RP2040 Connect is the feature packed Arduino Nano board built with Raspberry Pi's new silicon.
The feature packed Arduino Nano RP2040 Connect brings the new Raspberry Pi RP2040 microcontroller to the Nano form factor. Make the most of the dual core 32-bit Arm® Cortex®-M0+ to make Internet of Things projects with Bluetooth® and WiFi connectivity thanks to the U-blox® Nina W102 module. Dive into real-world projects with the onboard accelerometer, gyroscope, RGB LED and microphone. Develop robust embedded AI solutions with minimal effort using the Arduino Nano RP2040 Connect!
The all-new low-cost Raspberry Pi silicon is the first microcontroller developed by the Raspberry Pi Foundation.
This board can be programmed with the Python programming language via the OpenMV IDE.
Get started with machine learning with TinyML, TensorFlow Lite or Edge Impulse thanks to the high performance energy efficient microprocessor clocked at 133 MHz.
The first and only RP2040 board with native Bluetooth® and WiFi connectivity.
Combined accelerometer and gyroscope with a dedicated machine learning core.
The MP34DT05 microphone allows to capture and analyze sound in real time and can be used to create a voice interface for your project.
The powerful, low-power processor that is used in all MKR Family boards.
Achieve high efficiency and low noise over a wide input voltage range with the builtin switch mode power supply
Learn how to set up the Nano RP2040 Connect, get a quick overview of the components, information regarding pins and how to use different Serial (SPI, I2C, UART) and Wireless (Wi-Fi, Bluetooth®) protocols.
Learn how to set up your board as an access point, allowing other clients to connect via browser, to control and monitor data.
Learn how to connect 2x Nano RP2040 Connect boards with each other, using Bluetooth® Low Energy.
A quick tutorial on how to setup your Nano RP2040 Connect with a Chromebook, using the Web Editor & the Arduino Chrome App.
Learn how to access the smart motion detection features that come with the LSM6DSOX IMU module.
Learn how to access the data from the accelerometer and gyroscope that comes with the LSM6DSOX IMU module.
Learn how to access the IMU data and control the built-in RGB via the Arduino IoT Cloud.
Learn how to read data from the MP34DT05 microphone, and how to use the data to turn ON or OFF the built-in RGB.
Learn how to use the Machine Learning Core (MLC) feature of the inertial module of the Nano RP2040 Connect.
This tutorial teaches you how to set up the Nano RP2040 Connect with OpenMV IDE
Discover how to access the features Nano RP2040 Connect using Python scripts.
Learn how to upgrade the firmware on your NINA W-102 module onboard the Nano RP2040 Connect.
Learn how to set up your board as a web server, allowing other clients to connect via browser, to control and monitor data.