• MCC 134 Thermocouple Measurement HAT for Raspberry Pi

    The MCC 134 Thermocouple Measurement HAT provides four thermocouple inputs for adding temperature measurement capability to Raspberry Pi based systems (Raspberry Pi 3 3B+, 3, 2, and A+ models.). The MCC 134 also offers open thermocouple detection...

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  • Seeed’s Grove Base Kit for Raspberry Pi Now Available for $40

    The Seeed Studio Grove Base Kit for Raspberry Pi is a beginners kit for beginners to get started with the Raspberry Pi in a fun and easy way.  It has 10 Grove sensors instead of 12 on...

    • Posted 2 months ago
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  • Robo HAT MM1: Open Source Robotics and Automation Controller for Your Pi

    The Raspberry Pi Robotics Masters Robo HAT MM1 is an open source robotics controller designed to remove the the initial barriers to starting any robotics project by providing all the hardware you need in one simple, easy-to-use form factor....

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  • Nebra AnyBeam: the Smallest Laser Cinema Projector

    The fanless, pocketable Nebra AnyBeam projector can stream video from any HDMI equipped source device, including a Chromecast, Fire TV Stick, laptop, or phone. It’s available on Kickstarter in four versions: standalone, dev kit, Raspberry Pi HAT,...

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  • EZBlock Pi is an Easy to Use Raspberry Pi Programming Interface

    A brand new Raspberry Pi HAT is these days beneath building designed to offer customers with a very simple to make use of Raspberry Pi programming interface within the type of the aptly named EzBlock Pi. Enabling...

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  • TAP-HAT: Low-Cost Hardware Debugger for Raspberry Pi

    Tap-Hat is a multi-purpose JTAG debugger board for those developing software to run on Raspberry Pi: RTOSs, Linux and bare-metal code in particular. The TAP-HAT has been designed to provide a straightforward fool-proof connection of external JTAG...

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  • Crickit, the Python-oriented RPi HAT add-on for robotics!

    The Adafruit Crickit (Creative Robotics & Interactive Construction Kit) HAT is designed for controlling motors, servos, or solenoids using Python 3. The board is limiting to powering 5V devices and requires a 5V power supply. The Crickit...

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  • Allo DigiOne Signature Digital Audio HAT for Your Pi

    The Allo DigiOne Signature is a networked S/PDIF converter built on top of Raspberry Pi single board computer. The DigiOne HAT add-on directly connects to the Pi’s 40-Pin socket to pull digital audio upwards to output via...

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  • DVB-T2 TV Streaming HAT for Your Raspberry Pi

    Raspberry Pi Foundation has officially announced the Raspberry Pi TV Hat, with a Digital Video Broadcast (DVB) tuner that receives terrestrial TV signals, on sale now at $21.50. It lets you stream DVB-T2 and DVB-T video in the UK...

    • Posted 9 months ago
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  • How to Increase the Data Storage Capacity of Your Pi: USB to mSATA Converter

    StarTech USB 2.0 mSATA converter allows you to overcome data storage limitations by enabling you to connect an mSATA drive through your board’s USB-A port. The mSATA converter supports all models of Raspberry Pi as well as...

    • Posted 9 months ago
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  • Raspberry Pi Power-over-Ethernet HAT board for $20

    The $20, 802.3af-compliant Raspberry Pi PoE HAT allows delivery of up to 15W over the Raspberry Pi 3 B+’s USB-based GbE port without reducing the port’s up to 300Mbps bandwidth. Power over Ethernet is a widely adopted...

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  • NoCAN: wired IoT platform for makers, based on CAN-bus

    Omzlo has won Kickstarter funding for a NoCAN platform for wired IoT home automation that connects sensor nodes to a Raspberry Pi. An Omzlo PiMaster HAT board mediates between the Pi and multiple, Arduino-compatible CANZERO boards that...

    • Posted 1 year ago
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  • DIY a Quick Weather Station Using the Raspberry Pi Sense HAT

    The maker John Wargo has recently published to the ITPro website a new tutorial to create your very own connected Raspberry Pi weather station. The tutorial shows a quick approach to creating a connected Raspberry Pi whether...

    • Posted 1 year ago
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  • Raspberry Boom Is Able to Detect Inaudible Sounds

    OSOP, which found Kickstarter success with its Raspberry Shake seismograph add-on board for the Raspberry Pi, has now returned with a Raspberry Boom add-on board and infrasound sensor that detects inaudible sound. The same Kickstarter campaign is also selling...

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  • Are you Searching for an Inky pHAT for Raspberry Pi 3? Take a Look at This

    Raspberry Pi enthusiasts searching for a small screen suitable for their next pilot project may be interested in the Pimoroni Inky pHAT, specifically designed for the Raspberry Pi 3, 2, B+, A+, Zero, and Zero W or any pi...

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  • Moto Mods developer boards: sensor, display, and Raspberry Pi HAT compatible

    Modern mobile devices are, in most cases, pretty boring. Maybe we’re missing the spirit of innovation we saw at the start of the 3G era, with phone designs that went off in strange new directions. So what...

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  • 8-Channel ADC Rpi HAT For Analog-To-Digital Conversions

    Raspberry Pi enthusiasts may be interested in a new 8 channel ADC which has been specifically created for the Raspberry Pi which is capable of providing analog-to-digital conversions. Created by Chris Burgess the 8-channel ADC for the...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • New Raspberry Pi Hat with RFID and NFC

    Eccel Technology has launched a Raspberry Pi Hat RFID/NFC Board that is also known as the Raspberry Pi-B1. The Raspberry Pi-B1 provides RFID or NFC communications at 13.56MHz at a range of up to a meter, and...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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