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Trilobot Complete Kit (inc. Pi, camera, microSD and battery)

by Pimoroni

A versatile, mid-level robot learning platform for Raspberry Pi. This complete kit includes a Raspberry Pi 4, SD card, camera and USB battery pack.

Trilobot is a sturdy Raspberry Pi-based robot kit, designed with educational use in mind. It's straightforward to get started with, but we've made it easy to add extra functionality, so it can grow alongside your plans for an unstoppable robot army robotics skills.

Trilobot's chassis is made of layers of resilient FR-4 printed circuit board, which lets us do some exciting new things not possible with our previous acrylic robots. The motor driver hardware is built right into the chassis itself so you don't need a separate HAT to handle the motors. We've marked up all the layers with useful labels to show you where all the bits go and squeezed in some nifty design touches, like a blingy gold bumper and a stylish reversible top plate. There's also some impressively bright onboard RGB LED underlighting built in as standard!

Driving around a tricked out horseshoe crab on wheels is fun, but if you want to add extra functions to your Trilobot, that's no problem. With a Raspberry Pi v2 or v3 camera attached to the tidy built-in camera mount you can record yourself a robot's eye view, or even add some AI/machine learning into the mix. It comes with an ultrasonic distance sensor so it can stop itself from bumping into things but we've made it easy to add more - there's two connectors for plugging in breakouts with Qwiic or STEMMA QT connectors, and broken out headers for adding up to five sockets for Breakout Garden breakouts (requires soldering).

The hardware is supported by a fully-featured Python library, with controller code and lots of examples developed with the help of a top-tier Trilobot testing team.

This deluxe kit includes everything you need to get going with Trilobot, including a Raspberry Pi 4. Note that if you want to be able to power your Pi or charge the battery from a plug socket you might want to pick up a USB-C power supply and if you're planning on plugging your Trilobot into a monitor you'll need a micro-HDMI cable or adaptor.

We can only ship the Complete Kit to destinations that can be reached by land freight, because of battery shipping regulations. If you're not getting any valid shipping options at checkout, consider buying the base kit and sourcing a USB battery pack locally!


  • 2x front wheel drive, 1x rear castor
  • Four tactile buttons and status LEDs
  • Six-zone RGB underlighting!
  • Front facing ultrasound distance sensor and camera mount.
  • 2x Qw/St (Qwiic / STEMMA QT) connectors
  • Hackable headers for expansion - a servo header, 5x headers for mounting Breakout Garden sockets (sold separately), 1x I2C header
  • Schematic
  • Mechanical drawings: Main / top / front / camera
  • Python library

Full Kit includes

  • Raspberry Pi 4 1GB
  • Official Raspberry Pi standard camera
  • 32GB microSD card (with SD adaptor)
  • 5000mAh USB-C battery pack
  • Trilobot Kit:
    • Trilobot main, top, front and camera boards
    • 2x 110:1 motors with pre-soldered shims
    • 2x motor cables
    • 2x grippy moon-buggy wheels
    • 1x ball castor
    • Ultrasonic distance sensor
    • Booster header for attaching your Pi
    • USB-C power cable for connecting a power bank
    • Associated nuts, bolts and mounting hardware

Getting started

We've got a full, beginner friendly tutorial with plenty of photos to show you how to assemble your Trilobot and how to install the Python library.


  • If you want to add moar LEDs to Trilobot, the servo header outputs 5V and is connected to GPIO12, so¬†you can use it with¬†Neopixels/WS2812 strips and panels using Adafruit‚Äôs CircuitPython libraries.
  • Note that the Trilobot library is not yet compatible with Raspberry Pi 5, due to changes in the way the GPIO libraries work in the latest version of Raspberry Pi OS (Bookworm).