Connect your Raspberry Pi
Now connect everything to your Raspberry Pi. It’s important to do this in the right order so all your components are safe.
- (NOOBS aracılığıyla) oluşturduğunuz Raspbian işletim sistemli SD kartını, Pi ‘nizin alt yüzeyinde bulunan micro SD kart yuvasına takın.
Note: Most micro SD cards will come in a larger converter – you can remove the card using the notch on the bottom.
Find your USB cable for the mouse and connect it to a USB port on the Raspberry Pi (it doesn’t matter which one).
Connect the keyboard in the same way.
Make sure your display is plugged in and turned on.
Check out the HDMI output on the Raspberry Pi – notice that the top has a large, flat surface.
Use a cable to connect the display to the Pi’s HDMI output – you can also use a converter if needed.
Raspberry Pi 4
Connect your display to the Raspberry Pi 4’s HDMI ports labeled HDMI0.
You can connect an optional second display in the same way.
Note: Nothing will be displayed on the screen as the Pi is not working yet.
If you want to wire the Pi to the internet, use an Ethernet cable between the Ethernet port on the Raspberry Pi and the Ethernet port on your wall or internet router. You don’t need to do this if you’re going to use WiFi or don’t want to connect to the internet.
If the screen you are using has speakers, the sound will play. Alternatively, you can connect your own headphones or speakers to the audio port if you want.