Breakout Boards

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Microbit is NOT Included
10 super high density WS2812B (NeoPixel) LEDs
Plug your micro:bit into the connector, upload your code using the neopixel library and you're good to go!
The micro:pixel uses Pin0 as the LED data pin
The micro:pixel board also has the micro:bits pins 0, 1 and 2 broken out along with 3v and ground which can accommodate a banana plug or croc clip.
Fully assembled with an edge connector
The holes are connected underneath with traces to mimic the solderless breadboards
We break out nearly every pin you could want to connect to the Raspberry Pi.
The Pi Crust ProtoHAT has a grid of prototyping soldering holes for attaching chips
Touch and Tap sensing
No soldering required
Communicates with the Raspberry Pi via I2C
Fully CE and FCC tested and approved
One line installer
Stackable with other Raspberry Pi accessory boards.
RS232 Master Port.
Control the Raspberry Pi over RS232 or connect to external serial accessories.
Mounting holes for use with the AB Electronics UK mounting kits (sold separately)
Compatible with Windows 7, 8 & 10. OSX 10.11, macOS 10.12, Ubuntu 16.04, Raspbian & other major linux distributions.
Adds 28 GPIO to your computer
Use it to control LEDs, Add a LCD display to your computer, control a robot or more! (Example projects require other components to create.)
Designed by Ryanteck LTD
Ideal for learning about electronics using real-world inputs & outputs.
Many GND and 5V pins - you need those a lot.
Well labelled pins: They are grouped together logically including - GPIO / I2C / SPI / UART / Power.
Includes female headers that you can insert jumpers into.
A good project to learn to solder with.
Compact: Adds less than 2mm to the height of your Raspberry Pi and 1mm to to width.
170 tie points arranged in 34 rows of 5 pins.
Modular clip function - rapidly snap and unsnap boards and circuits as your project grows
Weight: 38.9g
Self-adhesive backing.
3.5cm x 4.5cm
Two free Pi Supply stickers
Comes as a kit - easy assembly with some basic soldering
Flat USB noodle cable
All through hole components for assembly
Pi Supply Switch printed circuit board (PCB) v1.1
RS232 Master Port.
Control the Raspberry Pi Zero over RS232 or connect to external serial accessories.
Stackable with other Raspberry Pi accessory boards.
Mounting holes for use with the AB Electronics UK mounting kits (sold separately)
It is possible to drive this interface at the same time as the HDMI connection, so a dual screen setup is possible.
The VGA connection is driven natively in hardware over the GPIO pins
Capable of displaying 1080p60 VGA video with no CPU load.
Useful solution for using a VGA screen/monitor with your Raspberry Pi
PCB Dimensions: 3.4cm x 1.8cm x 0.4cm
Length: 20cm
This nifty kit allows you to break out the eInk/ePaper display from the PaPiRus boards.
Width: 2cm
All the ports are clearly labelled and there are lots of options.
Small plug-on board for Raspberry Pi
Each of the useful pins on the ATMega are broken out to a cluster of three holes
72 point prototyping area, with GND, 3V3 and 5V rails, where you can add your own components.
Male and female headers are provided, so you can connect whatever you like to your RasPiO Duino.
Controllable by Virtually any Platform
Programmable RGB LED boards which can connect together to make whatever 2D or 3D shape you want.
Each shape has at least one set of inputs and outputs so they can be daisy-chained together.
All the boards are based on 1cm LED spacing and 10cm side
Stack up to 8 IO Pi boards on a single Raspberry Pi
16 Digital Inputs/Outputs
Solder pad selectable I2C addresses
Based on the MCP23017 from Microchip Technologies Inc
External 5V Input with isolation pad
Controllable by Virtually any Platform
Programmable RGB LED boards which can connect together to make whatever 2D or 3D shape you want.
Each shape has at least one set of inputs and outputs so they can be daisy-chained together.
All the boards are based on 1cm LED spacing and 10cm side
8 channel 12 bit resolution analogue input (ADC)
Real time Clock (RTC) with CR2032 battery holder.
2 channel 12 bit resolution digital to analogue output (DAC)
16 channel digital input / outputs
16-channel, 12-bit PWM controller for the Raspberry Pi
Output frequency is programmable from a typical 40Hz to 1000Hz
The PCA9685 contains 5 I2C address selection pins
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