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Raspberry Pi Pico W Development Board Raspberry Pi Pico Wireless

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【RP2040 Chip】Based on the chip RP2040, it has two 32-bit ARM Cortex M0+ processor cores, flexible clock, and configuration up to 133MHz.

【Support WiFi and Bluetooth】Built-in CYW43439, providing wireless LAN (WiFi) IEEE 802.11 b/g/n (2.4GHz) and Bluetooth 5.2

【Supports multiple development languages】Supports CircuitPython, MicroPython, C and C++ programming languages.


Raspberry Pi Pico W is the RP2040 with wireless. It's a Raspberry Pi Pico with built-in wireless and best of all, it has the same 40-pin assignments, dimensions, and toothed-edge PCB as the Raspberry Pi Pico. If you need to upgrade your product with wireless or IoT, the Raspberry Pi Pico W is a drop-in replacement for the Raspberry Pi Pico!

Of course, the Raspberry Pi Pico W can use for physical computing projects. It can control anything from small electronics to LEDs and motors, read information from sensors, or communicate with other microcontrollers.

Like the Raspberry Pi Pico, the Raspberry Pi Pico W is based on the chip RP2040. The RP2040 is a feature-rich microcontroller with two 32-bit ARM Cortex M0+ processor cores (dual core). Flexible clock, but configurable up to 133MHz max speed! This tiny MCU features up to 264 KB of SRAM, an external Quad-SPI of 2 MB, and Execute-In-Place (XIP). The large RAM and flash size enable you to write high-level programming languages such as MicroPython and CircuitPython for the Raspberry Pi Pico W.

hardware overview of raspberry pi pico wireless board

 raspberry pi pico w feature and specification

gpio pin definition of raspberry pi pico w

Note:  The Raspberry Pi Pico W GPIOs run at 3.3VDC. The maximum voltage that the I/O pin can tolerate is 3.3V. Applying voltages higher than 3.3V to any I/O pin could DAMAGE the board.



  • Built-in CYW43439, offers Wireless LAN (WiFi) IEEE 802.11 b/g/n (2.4GHz), and Bluetooth 5.2 (not supported during launch)
  • Onboard PCB Antenna
  • Dual-Core, 32-bit ARM Cortex M0+ Processor
  • Flexible clock, configurable max to 133MHz
  • Ready with USB Micro B receptor for Power and Data
  • Support USB 1.1 Host and Device
  • Connected to the USB port and it will appear as USB Mass Storage by default, no driver is needed
  • Supports CircuitPython, MicroPython, C, and C++ Programming Language
  • Drag and Drop Program loading method, just like moving file in Windows Explorer
  • Comes in 40-pin 21x51 'DIP' style 1mm thick PCB with 0.1" through-hole pins, breadboard-friendly



  • Onboard PCB Antenna
  • Dual-Core, 32-bit ARM Cortex M0+ Processor
  • Built-in 12-bit ADC temperature sensor
  • Dimensions: 51mm x 21mm x 1mm
  • Peripheral rich:

        Extended out 26 multifunction 3.3V General Purpose I/O (GPIO)

        23 GPIO are digital-only

        3 x 12-bit ADC capable of 500Ksps, Analog to Digital Converter

        2 x UART (Universal Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter)

        2 x SPI (Serial Peripheral Interface)

        2 x I2C (Inter IC)

        16 x PWM (Pulse Width Modulation)

        1 x Timer with 4 alarms

        1 x Real Time Counter

        2 x Programmable IO (PIO) that can emulate high-speed interfaces such as SD card or VGA


Package List

  • 1 x Raspberry Pi Pico Wireless - Pico W


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