Raspberry Pi Phats

Raspberry Pi Phats and related boards
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The ProtoZero is a prototyping board for the Raspberry Pi Zero, that also fits the A , B and Pi2.
R134.90  Inc VAT
Add a tiny yet convenient power switch to your Pi with OnOff SHIM!
R139.90  Inc VAT
Convert your Pi Zero or Pi Zero W into a convenient USB dongle.
R129.90  Inc VAT
R229.90  Inc VAT
This RGB LED HAT can be easily attached on top of the Raspberry Pi to display colorful effect, and controlled by only one signal pin.
R189.90  Inc VAT
This addon board connects to a Raspberry Pi Zero (RPi0) or Zero W (Wireless) via pogo pins to provide a full sized, USB Type-A dongle
R209.90  Inc VAT
R167.91  Inc VAT
R219.90
Use Four Letter pHAT to display... four letter words. Not that sort!
R199.90  Inc VAT
Explorer pHAT is the perfect prototyping side-kick for your Raspberry Pi!
R249.90  Inc VAT
This neat little board plugs directly into the Raspberry Pi GPIO header and provides 2 or 4 connectors for small stepper motors
R299.90  Inc VAT
R959.90  Inc VAT
Six touch-sensitive buttons to use for whatever your heart desires, with added LEDs (did you expect anything less?)
R169.90  Inc VAT
R229.90  Inc VAT
R99.90  Inc VAT
R179.90
ProtoZero (protozero phat)
Description:

The ProtoZero is a prototyping board for the Raspberry Pi Zero, that also fits the A , B and Pi2.

The ProtoZero is a breadboard-style prototyping board for the new Raspberry Pi Zero (and the first ever Pi Zero based Kickstarter campaign).

It's designed to make it easy to move your messy Raspberry Pi breadboard projects to a PCB.

Simply add your components to the prototyping area, connect GPIO, power and GND as required - solder it all up and away you go!

Features

  • Full breakout of the PiZero's 40-Pin GPIO header, ready to connect to your project
  • 154 holes of prototyping area - set in lanes of 3 to make it even easier to connect your components to the Pi
  • Labelled GPIO numbers and printed lanes on both sides on the board
  • High-quality ENIG (Electroless nickel immersion gold) PCB plating
  • Female GPIO header included

The only assembly involved is the soldering of the GPIO header.

Make sure the header is fitted in to the PCB with the main 'PROTOZERO' text on the underside like the image below:

You should then solder the header from the top face of the PCB, ensuring the header is fitted to the outer GPIO section:

The ProtoZero is a prototyping board for the Raspberry Pi Zero, that also fits the A , B and Pi2.
R134.90  Inc VAT
OnOff SHIM (On/Off Shim)
Description:

Our SHIMs (Shove Hardware in the Middle) are a new range of boards designed to be small, affordable, and handy. They're just 1mm thick (the bare board, not including mounted components) and designed to be soldered straight onto the GPIO pins of your Pi, if you wish, so that you can use them with HATs and pHATs on top.

Usage

Just plug your micro-USB power supply into the micro-B connector on OnOff SHIM, and then press the button once to switch on power and boot up your Pi. After installing our software (details below), you can press the button again to initiate a clean shutdown and completely cut the power to your Pi.

Features

  • super-small SHIM-format board
  • 1mm thick PCB
  • can be used with HATs and pHATs
  • corner-mounted push button for on/off
  • micro-B connector for power supply
  • red status LED
  • optional breakout pins to connect an external momentary button
  • 2x6 female header included
  • software daemon to shutdown cleanly
  • requires soldering

Software

We've put together a one-line-installer to install the clean shutdown daemon. It watches the state of BCM pin 17 and, when pulled low (pressed), it initiates a clean shutdown. Last thing, just before your Pi shuts down, BCM pin 4 is pulled low to completely cut power to your Pi.

To install the software, open a terminal and type curl https://get.pimoroni.com/onoffshim | bash to run the one-line-installer.

Add a tiny yet convenient power switch to your Pi with OnOff SHIM!
R139.90  Inc VAT
Pi Zero USB Stem (zero usb stem)
Description:

The Zero Stem uses the test points underneath your Pi Zero to attach a full-sized USB connector. Convert your Pi Zero or Pi Zero W into a convenient USB dongle.

Just plug it into a free USB port and you can connect to your Pi over USB ethernet and share your computer's internet connection without any additional cables or power supplies.

Zero Stem is soldered onto the bottom of your Pi Zero and secured with bolts, making it convenient to use on the go. Use it to create your own little plug-and-play virtual machine, VNC server, proxy server or combine several into a cluster.

Kit includes:

  • Zero Stem PCB
  • USB connector
  • Nylon bolts and nuts

Details:

  • Compatible with Pi Zero V1.3 (with camera connector) and Pi Zero W.
  • Not compatible with Pi Zero v1.2 (without camera connector)!
  • Supported in Raspbian Jessie Pixel and Lite
  • Setup needed (see below)
  • Requires soldering!

Assembly and Installation:

Visit https://zerostem.io/installation/ for complete assembly instructions.

Preparing Raspbian:

Thanks to Andrew Mulholland for writing up these instructions, which you can find in this GitHub Gist.

In short:

  • Flash your SD card as usual using Etcher or Win32DiskImager
  • Open up the "boot" partition and edit "config.txt", adding "dtoverlay=dwc2" to the bottom
  • Open up "cmdline.txt" and add "modules-load=dwc2,g_ether" after "rootwait"
  • Create a new file named "ssh" in the boot folder

Pop your newly set up SD card into your Pi Zero, plug it into a USB port and you should be able to SSH in to "raspberrypi.local", you will need Bonjour, iTunes or Quicktime installed in Windows or Avahi Daemon in Linux for this to work.

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Convert your Pi Zero or Pi Zero W into a convenient USB dongle.
R129.90  Inc VAT
ReSpeaker 2-Mics Pi pHAT (respeaker 2 microphones)
Description:

ReSpeaker 2-Mics Pi HAT is a dual-microphone expansion board for Raspberry Pi designed for AI and voice applications! This means that you can build a more powerful and flexible voice product that integrates Amazon Alexa Voice Service, Google Assistant, and so on with your Raspberry Pi!

The ReSpeaker is based on the Cirrus Logic WM8960, a low power stereo codec and features 2 microphones on both sides of the board for collecting sounds. It also provides 3 x APA102 RGB LEDs, 1 x User Button and 2 x on-board Grove interfaces for expanding your applications. What is more, 3.5mm Audio Jack or JST 2.0 Speaker Out are both available for audio output.

Note: This product does not include the Pi Zero board!

Features

  • Raspberry Pi compatible
  • pHAT Size
  • Dual-Microphones
  • 2 Grove Interfaces: Supports GPIO and I2C
  • Programmable Button and LED: 1 x button and 3 x LEDs
  • Cirrus Logic WM8960 Audio Codec
  • Two types audio output socket : 3.5mm Audio Jack, JST2.0 Speaker Out
  • Far field support (up to 3 meters)

Usage

1.Get started with Google Assistant

2.How to use button to trigger Google Assistant

Documentation

Please visit Seed Studio's wiki page for more info about this product. It will be appreciated if you can help us improve the documents, add more demo code or tutorials. For technical support, please post your questions to Seed Studio's forum.

R229.90  Inc VAT
WS True color RGB LED PHAT for Raspberry Pi (WS RGB LED PHAT)
Overview

This RGB LED HAT can be easily attached on top of the Raspberry Pi to display colorful effect, and controlled by only one signal pin.

Features
  • Supports any revision of Raspberry Pi (directly plugable)
  • Onboard 4 × 8 RGB LED (WS2812B)
  • Control pin is configurable via jumpers (0Ω resistor)
  • Break out control pins, easy for working with other MCUs
  • Comes with development resources and manual (examples in Python and Web control)
Specifications
  • Operating voltage: 5V
  • Brightness: adjustable 256 levels
  • Color depth: 24-bit true color (8-bit for R/G/B respectively, totally 256x256x256=16777216 colors)
  • Data rate: 800Kbps(typ)
  • Dimension: 65mm × 30.2mm
  • Mounting hole size: 3.0mm

How to Use

In the case of working with a MCU:

  • 5V ↔ 5V power
  • GND ↔ GND
  • DIN ↔ Signal input
  • DOUT ↔ Signal output (optional)

Development Resources

Wiki : www.waveshare.com/wiki/RGB_LED_HAT

This RGB LED HAT can be easily attached on top of the Raspberry Pi to display colorful effect, and controlled by only one signal pin.
R189.90  Inc VAT
USB-A Addon Board V1.1 Connector Expansion Board For Raspberry Pi Zero / Zero W (Zero USB A dongle board)
Please note: Raspberry pi zero not included

Overview:


This addon board connects to a Raspberry Pi Zero (RPi0) or Zero W (Wireless) via pogo pins to provide a full sized, USB Type-A connector.
You can use Raspberry pi zero or Raspberry pi zero W as a U disk via P4wnP1 P4wnP1 project, and you can use it as a BadUSB device too.

Specifications:

Size: 6g
Weight: 8.0 x 3.0 x 0.5cm  (with USB port)
             6.5 x 3.0 x 1.2mm (PCB size)

More info available at http://www.raspberrypiwiki.com/index.php/Raspberry_Pi_Zero_W_USB-A_Addon_Board

Package includes:

1x USB-A Addon Board
This addon board connects to a Raspberry Pi Zero (RPi0) or Zero W (Wireless) via pogo pins to provide a full sized, USB Type-A dongle
R209.90  Inc VAT
White – Scroll pHAT HD (HD scroll phat white)
Description:

A whole heap of LED pixels with individual brightness control, for scrolling messages, animations, and more - Scroll pHAT HD!

Scroll pHAT HD packs 17x7 pixels (119 total) onto a single pHAT, and gives you full PWM brightness control over each pixel. Create beautiful animations and even anti-aliased text by taking advantage of the per-pixel brightness.

Now also available in beautiful coloured versions: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and pink!

Use Scroll pHAT HD as a scrolling message display for your tweets, the weather or the news, or use it as a 17-band spectrum analyser for your audio. There's even enough pixels for simple games like Tetris, Pong, or snake.

Features

  • 17x7 matrix of bright white, or coloured, pixels (119 total)
  • Individual PWM brightness control of each pixel
  • Uses the IS31FL3731 LED matrix driver chip
  • Scroll pHAT HD pinout
  • Compatible with Raspberry Pi 3B , 3, 2, B , A , Zero, and Zero W
  • Python library
  • Female header requires soldering

Software

Our handy one-line installer will install the Scroll pHAT HD Python library for you. We've included a bunch of examples too, to show off what you can do with Scroll pHAT HD.

Our software does not support Raspbian Wheezy.

R167.91  Inc VAT
R219.90
Four Letter pHAT (four letter phat)
Description:

Use Four Letter pHAT to display... four letter words. Not that sort!

Pi ZERO and case not included!

Four Letter pHAT has four 14-segment displays that you can use to display text, numbers, and a host of other characters. Its LEDs are a beautiful retro green, just like you old digital alarm clock. They're driven by the HT16K33 chip over I2C.

It's perfect as a readout for your projects, displaying temperatures, times, etc. and becomes really useful when combined with some of our other boards like Enviro pHAT or Explorer pHAT to display their sensor values.

Features

  • Four 14-segment displays with green LEDs
  • HT16K33 driver chip
  • Compatible with Raspberry Pi 3, 2, B , A , Zero, Zero W
  • Python library
  • Female header and display pins require soldering

Software

Our handy one-line installer will install the Four Letter pHAT Python library for you. We've included a bunch of examples too, to show off what you can do with Four Letter pHAT; things like a clock, a countdown timer, or CPU activity monitor.

Use Four Letter pHAT to display... four letter words. Not that sort!
R199.90  Inc VAT
Explorer pHAT (explorer phat)
Descrption:

Explorer pHAT is the perfect prototyping side-kick for your Raspberry Pi!

A more diminutive version of our popular Explorer Hat Pro, it's cheaper and designed to fit perfectly on a Raspberry Pi Zero!

We've added a heap of useful input and output options that will take your projects to the next level. Great for driving motors, using analog sensors, and interfacing with 5V systems (like Arduino).

Perfect for building a tiny robot, or use it to prototype all sorts of circuits with its LEDs, analog dials, and temperature sensor.

Features

  • Four buffered 5V tolerant inputs (perfect for Arduino compatibility)
  • Four powered 5V outputs (up to 500mA total across all four channels)
  • Four analog inputs
  • Two H-bridge motor drivers (up to 200mA per channel; soft PWM control)
  • Compatible with Raspberry Pi 3, 2, B , A , and Zero
  • Python library
  • Female headers require soldering

    Software

    Explorer pHAT uses the same easy-to-use Python library as Explorer HAT Pro, that includes a bunch of examples to demonstrate Explorer pHAT's functions.

    Notes

    The inputs use a 5-channel buffer that will accept anything from 2V-5V as logic high.

    Tutorials & Projects
    Explorer pHAT is the perfect prototyping side-kick for your Raspberry Pi!
    R249.90  Inc VAT
    RPIZ_CT3T1 3 current and 1 Temperature 30A AC adapter for Raspberry Pi zero (lec zero 3 current 1 temp)

    The RPIZ_CT3T1 is the same unit as the RPICT3T1 in the Raspberry pi Zero format.

    Refer to the RPICT3T1 for full documentation.

    Use with sct-013-000 split core current sensor and DS18B20 temp sensor

    Please note: Raspberry Pi Zero and sensors are not included


    R649.90  Inc VAT
    RPIZ_CT3V1 3 current and 1 Volt 30A AC adapter for Raspberry Pi zero (lec zero 3 current 1 volt)

    The RPIZ_CT3T1 is the same unit as the RPICT3V1 in the Raspberry pi Zero format.

    Refer to the RPICT3V1 for full documentation.

    Use with sct-013-000 split core current sensor and 230VAC to 9VAC power adapter

    Please note: Raspberry Pi Zero and sensors are not included



    R679.90  Inc VAT
    PiStep2 Quad Stepper Motor Control Board for Raspberry Pi (PiStep2 stepper hat)
    Description:

    This neat little board plugs directly into the Raspberry Pi GPIO header and provides 2 or 4 connectors for small stepper motors

    • Fully Assembled - No Soldering Required
    • Raspberry Pi Zero Form Factor - works with all versions of Raspberry Pi with 40pin GPIO connector
    • Stepper motors and Raspberry Pi not included

    Various Power Options:

    1. Powered from the Raspberry Pi 5V
    2. From the 2-pin Terminal (whatever voltage is required for the motors)
    3. Micro-USB - 5V only

    Pinout is simple:

    • Physical pins 11, 12, 13, 15 for Motor A (GPIO 17, 18, 27, 22)
    • Physical pins 16, 18, 22, 7 for Motor B (GPIO 23, 24, 25, 04)
    • Physical pins 33, 32, 31, 29 for Motor C (GPIO 13,12,6,5)
    • Physical Pins 38, 37, 36, 35 for Motor D (GPIO 20,26,16,19)

    Each pin has an associated white LED so you can see the stepper signals going through

    Power Supply Alternatives

    • Jumper VCC-VSTP (default). Power from the motors is taken from the Raspberry Pi 5V line
      • Micro-USB into Raspberry Pi. 5V for the Pi and the stepper motors goes through a poly-fuse which can trip if 2 motors are used simultaneously
      • Micro-USB into the PiStep board. 5V for both the Pi and the stepper motors is provided directly from the 5V USB input so no problems with 2 motors at once
    • Jumper VSTP-VIN. Power for the motors is provided from the 2-pin screw terminal, so can be any voltage that the steppers can handle. Ensure you use the correct polarity! We recommend to keep it below 12V. You will find that the stepper motors can go up to 9V and will be able to step faster, the higher the voltage that is applied, but there will be some deterioration of the life of the stepper motor at a higher voltage.

    Python Programming

    Please see the excellent example here for some pointers. You will need to change the pin numbers as above and also change the speed so it steps at a visible rate. You may also want to remove the print statements to speed it up. The lines in Red below are changed from the original to operate Motor A.

    # Use BCM GPIO references
    # instead of physical pin numbers
    GPIO.setmode(GPIO.BCM)

    # Define GPIO signals to use
    # Pins 18,22,24,26
    # GPIO24,GPIO25,GPIO8,GPIO7
    StepPins = [17,18,27,22]

    # Set all pins as output
    for pin in StepPins:
      print "Setup pins"
      GPIO.setup(pin,GPIO.OUT)
      GPIO.output(pin, False)

    # Define some settings
    StepCounter = 0
    WaitTime = 0.01

    ScratchGPIO Programming

    These pins are identical to those required by ScratchGPIO and therefore can easily be driven using simple Scratch commands:

    Set motor type for Scratch to be Stepper motor

    Set the position of the stepper motor A

    Set the speed of the stepper motor A

    This neat little board plugs directly into the Raspberry Pi GPIO header and provides 2 or 4 connectors for small stepper motors
    R299.90  Inc VAT
    3.3V ADS1115 ADC Module for Raspberry Pi 3/2 / B I2C RPI ADS1115 ADC Analog to Digital Converter (ADS1115 ADC Module for RPi)
    Description:

    RPi-ADS1115-ADC Module is a precision analog-to-digital converter (ADC), one of them ADS1115 Is able to offer 16Bit sampling accuracy of the chip, using a very small sizeMSOP - 10Package.

    Data passed I2C Compatible serial interface for transmission, owned 4 road I2C Address can be selected, work power only need3.3VYou can. Its main function is that it can be used to detect analog signals and convert them to digital signals.

    You can put analog signals on joysticks or other analog sensors such as NTC, Temperature, dust sensors and other equipment through this RPi-ADS1115-ADC Module access raspberry faction, through the raspberry dispatch device to collect the analog signal.

    parameter

    value

    size

    65.0 mm 30.0 mm 18.0 mm

    Operating voltage

    3.3V

    Analog input voltage

    VDD,GND

    Programmable data rate

    8 sps To 860 sps

    internal PGA

    stand by

     

    Sampling accuracy

    16 Bit

    I2c interface

    Select the address by pin

    Number of channels

    4 Single-ended or 2
    Differential input

    Programmable Comparator (PGA)

    2/3 ~ 16

    internal NTC

    R245.90  Inc VAT
    Enviro for Raspberry Pi (enviro sensor phat)
    Description:

    Monitor your world with Enviro for Raspberry Pi! There's a whole bunch of fancy environmental sensors on this board, and a gorgeous little full-colour LCD to display your data. It's the perfect way to get started with citizen science!

    Designed for environmental monitoring, Enviro  lets you measure air quality (pollutant gases and particulates*), temperature, pressure, humidity, light, and noise level. When combined with a particulate matter sensor*, it's great for monitoring air quality just outside your house (more information below), or without the particulate sensor you can use it to monitor indoor conditions.

    Enviro  is an affordable alternative to environmental monitoring stations that can cost tens of thousands of pounds and, best of all, it's small and hackable and lets you contribute your data to citizen science efforts to monitor air quality via projects like Luftdaten.

    Features

    • BME280 temperature, pressure, humidity sensor (datasheet)
    • LTR-559 light and proximity sensor (datasheet)
    • MICS6814 analog gas sensor (datasheet)
    • ADS1015 analog to digital converter (ADC) (datasheet)
    • MEMS microphone (datasheet)
    • 0.96" colour LCD (160x80)
    • Connector only for particulate matter (PM) sensor*(sensor is not included)
    • pHAT-format board
    • Fully-assembled
    • Compatible with all 40-pin header Raspberry Pi models
    • Pinout
    • Python library
    • Dimensions: 65x30x8.5mm

    A couple of nice little extras... there's a spare ADC channel broken out on a header if you want to connect another analog sensor, along with I2C pins in the right configuration for plugging one of our Pimoroni I2C breakouts onto!

    Citizen science air quality monitoring

    We've developed this board in collaboration with the University of Sheffield, with the aim of letting you contribute real-time air quality data from your local area to open data projects like Luftdaten.

    The alarming drop in our air quality is something that's really important to understand. Devices like Enviro  allow fine-grained, detailed datasets that let us see shifts in air quality through time and across different areas of cities. The more devices that contribute data, the better quality the dataset becomes.

    Particulate matter (PM) is made up of tiny particles that are a mix of sizes and types, like dust, pollen, mould spores, smoke particles, organic particles and metal ions, and more. Particulates are much of what we think of as air pollution. They can be measured, in size and quantity, by particulate matter sensors like the PMS5003 that you can connect to Enviro .

    The analog gas sensor can be used to make qualitative measurements of changes in gas concentrations, so you can tell broadly if the three groups of gases are increasing or decreasing in abundance. Without laboratory conditions or calibration, you won't be able to say "the concentration of carbon monoxide is n parts per million", for example.

    Temperature, air pressure and humidity can all affect particulate levels (and the gas sensor readings) too, so the BME280 sensor on Enviro  is really important to understanding the other data that Enviro outputs.

    We've got a tutorial (coming soon) that shows you how to use Enviro  and a few easily-available bits to build the board into a weather-proof housing that you can mount outside your house to monitor local air quality.

    Indoor monitoring

    As well as outdoor air quality monitoring, Enviro  is really good for indoor monitoring too. The temperature, humidity, light, and noise readings can be used to keep track of conditions in your home and, combined with the LCD to display the data and the proximity sensor for interaction, it makes an ideal headless monitoring device.

    Why not combine it with some IoT smarts like an Alexa skill so that you can ask what the temperature or humidity is? Or you could set up a trigger action with IFTTT that turns your Philips Hue lights on when the light level drops below a certain level. There's loads of possibilities!

    Software

    We've put together a Python library to control all the parts of your Enviro . There's a bunch of examples for each of the individual parts, an all-in-one example that shows you the data from Enviro 's sensors in a visual way. There's also an example that shows you how to contribute data to Luftdaten (requires particulate matter sensor).

    Getting started

    Have a read through our (exhaustive!) Getting Started with Enviro  tutorial that walks you through how to install the software, how to run the code examples, and how to use the Enviro  Python library.

    R959.90  Inc VAT
    Maker pHAT: Simplifying Raspberry Pi for Education (CT pHAT)
    Check the review by MagPi (the official Magazine of Raspberry Pi) of Maker pHAT:



    The Typical Problem Faced by Beginners in Learning Electronics on Raspberry Pi 

    Raspberry Pi aims to bring the power of computing and digital making to the masses. It is being used by many educators, makers, and also engineers. Yet, if you are a newbie learning electronics, you might face some of these constraints:
    • Hard to get started without additional devices (monitor, keyboard, and mouse). Beginners will either need to use additional devices or follow many steps just to get started. This may confuse them. For techies that want to know why, this is because it lacks an onboard USB to UART communication for your computer to get the IP address for SSH (headless), or to kick start configuration directly.
    • Hard to get started with electronics. It doesn't come with any inputs or outputs, you will need to connect additional accessories to use it. Most beginners do not have basic knowledge of electronics. They will have a problem to understand the circuit diagram and connections needed when they first started learning. They will spend a substantial amount of time just to connect the wires and troubleshoot the connections.
    • Hard to troubleshoot the GPIO. With just the raspberry pi, beginners face a common problem when learning electronics- difficulty in troubleshooting their circuit. This is because when it doesn't work, we do not know whether the problem is due to wire connection or coding.
    • Access to GPIO is kind of difficult. There is no label on the pins, you need to search online to get the designated pin and know which pin to connect. For beginners, this definitely will make it harder for them to make the connection correctly. 
    • No easy way to properly shutdown using a switch. There is no programmable push button to enable proper shutdown through hardware. If the beginner turns off the power without properly shutting it down, the raspberry pi may not work the next time. 

    Introducing Our Solution: Maker pHAT 

    Maker pHAT solves all these. It is designed to:

    • Simplify to get started with Raspberry Pi without additional monitor, keyboard or mouse (Headless). Go headless with a few simple steps as it enables users to remote access Raspberry Pi through serial.
    • Simplify learning electronics. Beginners can skip the hassle of constructing the basic electronic circuit which is boring and time-consuming. Although it is equally important for them to learn about basic electronics, it can always come later after they have experienced how easy it is to create an awesome project. Start with fun and excitement. Start coding right away and see your board lights up and plays sound with the press of a button. It comes with onboard LEDs, pushbuttons, and a buzzer to easily learn how to control input and output. No messy wiring needed and no additional components needed.
    • Simplify troubleshooting and prototyping. Not only do the onboard LEDs work as outputs, but they can also act as indicators, clearly showing what's happening on that pin. When the pin is used as input, you can clearly see whether the signal is received by just looking at changes on the LEDs. The pre-soldered header pins come with nice labels. This helps the user to easily connect inputs and outputs to the right pins. This will further assist them in interfacing with sensors and actuators.
    • Simplify proper shutdown using pushbutton. You can easily follow the steps and choose one of the pushbuttons as the power button to properly shutdown the Raspberry Pi. Just press the button and it will shut down. 

    Video: https://youtu.be/EJWxLi7fLSo



    Maker pHAT for Raspberry Pi

    Maker pHAT is designed to be the same size as Raspberry Pi Zero board, it stacks perfectly on top of Rpi Zero with the four mounting holes aligned. (What is a HAT? Read this to know more) We do advise getting Raspberry Pi Zero WH (pre-solder header pin) for beginner because it is not an easy work to solder the 40-pin GPIO, don't forget you'll need to have the soldering tools too.



    Maker pHAT is also compatible with Raspberry Pi 3B, 3B , 3A ,  and of course the latest 4B too. You just need to insert the 2x20 stacking header(included), as photo shows:



    Maker pHAT is compatible with:

    Maker pHAT is now Rev1.10:


    Features:

    • Raspberry Pi Zero size, stack perfectly on to Pi Zero Series of SBC (Single Board Computer).
    • Compatible with standard size Raspberry Pi 3B/3B /4B1GB/4B2GB/4B4GB, medium size Raspberry Pi 3A and smaller size Raspberry Pi Zero/W/WH.
    • Standard Raspberry Pi GPIO footprint.
    • LED array for selected GPIO pins (GPIO 17, 18, 27, 22, 25, 12, 13, 19).
    • 3x onboard programmable push buttons (GPIO 21, 19 and 20, need to configure as input pull up).
    • Onboard active buzzer (GPIO 26).
    • Proper label for all GPIOs, including SPI, UART, I2C, 5V, 3.3V, and GND.
    • Utilize USB Micro-B socket for 5V input and USB to UART communication.
    • USB serial facilitated by the CH340, Rev1.10 uses FT231X as the USB to UART
    • Input voltage: USB 5V, from the computer, power bank or standard USB adapter.
    • PURPLE PCB!

    Documents/Tutorials:

    Packing List:



    R189.90  Inc VAT
    Touch pHAT (touch phat)
    Description:

    Six touch-sensitive buttons to use for whatever your heart desires, with added LEDs (did you expect anything less?)

    Touch pHAT has six capacitive touch buttons, each with a bright white LED, designed to be completely agnostic about what they're used for. You can even use a dry erase pen to write on the pads to label their function.

    It uses the CAP1166 capacitive touch and LED driver chip. The LEDs have been under-mounted and shine through exposed sections of the PCB to give a pleasing yellow-green glow and a completely smooth top surface!

    Use Touch pHAT as a controller for your robot, a controller for your Mote lights, a tiny drum machine, or use it to build a simple game where you have to taps the buttons to repeat the sequence of lights that just flashed.

    Features

    • Six capacitive touch buttons
    • Six bright white under-mounted LEDs
    • Microchip CAP1166 capacitive touch and LED driver chip
    • Compatible with Raspberry Pi 3, 2, B , A , Zero, Zero W
    • Python library
    • Female header requires soldering

    Software

    Our handy one-line installer will install the Touch pHAT Python library for you. We've included a couple of examples too, to show off what you can do with Touch pHAT.

    Six touch-sensitive buttons to use for whatever your heart desires, with added LEDs (did you expect anything less?)
    R169.90  Inc VAT
    Unicorn pHAT (Unicorn pHAT)
    Description:

    What's going to protect your beloved Raspberry Pi from an onslaught of rainbow-coloured fusion? That's right, it's Unicorn pHAT.

    Sporting a matrix of 32 (8 x 4) RGB LEDs and powered directly from the Pi, this is the most compact pocket aurora available.

    Unicorn pHAT provides a wash of controllable colour that is ideal for mood-lighting, pixel art, persistence of vision effects, status indications, or just blasting colour into your surroundings.

    Features

    • 32 RGB LEDs (SK6218 - 3.5mm x 3.5mm)
    • LED data driven via DMA over PWM
    • Unicorn pHAT pinout
    • Compatible with Raspberry Pi 3, 2, B , A , Zero, and Zero W
    • Python library
    • Female header requires soldering

    Software

    Unicorn pHAT uses the same Python library as Unicorn HAT, so it's super-easy to use, should automatically detect that you're using the pHAT and includes some examples written specially for Unicorn pHAT.

    Notes

    • Warning: SK6218 LEDs are bright enough to cause eye pain, do not look at them directly when brightly lit. We recommend using Unicorn pHAT at lower brightness levels.
    • Photo-sensitivity warning: flashing, strobing, and patterns of lights may cause epileptic seizures. Always take care and immediately stop using if you feel unwell (dizziness, nausea, affected vision, eye twitching, disorientation).
    • Power: Unicorn pHAT works best with a >2A microUSB power supply for your Pi. We recommend the official Raspberry Pi power supply.
    • Compatibility (audio): as Unicorn pHAT uses PWM and GPIO18, it will interfere with analogue audio playback (random colour patterns and flickering). HDMI should work just fine! :D
    Tutorials & Projects
    R229.90  Inc VAT
    PiBorg - Motor Controller (Piborg motor controller)

    Description:

    The PicoBorg is an ultra compact motor controller for the Raspberry Pi!

    With PicoBorg, you can turn on and off fans, motors, solenoids or relays from your Raspberry Pi. There are 4 low side drivers, so you can turn on and off 4 devices, and one device is connected to the Pi's PWM pin, so you can vary the speed of that motor! Motor control is accessed via a simple GUI, which can be installed by following the PicoBorg installation instructions.

    Motor power is not taken directly from the Raspberry Pi, so there's no risk of your Pi dropping out. Instead, the PicoBorg utilises a battery pack to drive the motors; meaning you're not restricted to 5V motors, in fact you can drive ANY motors up to 20V!

    The PicoBorg is perfect for any small motor project, for example:

    • 4 fans on/off control over all and vary speed on one fan
    • 4 solenoids
    • 4 DC motors (on / off control over all and vary speed on one motor)
    • Control one 6 wire stepper motor in both directions
    • Rover project!

    The PicoBorg Features:

    • Drive 4 x DC Motors (on/off) or 1 x 6-Wire Stepper motor (Bi-Direction)
    • Allows speed control on 1 x Motor
    • Max 20V recommended 12V or less
    • Max current 2.5A (stall) or less
    • Primarily designed to be used with large resistance, low inductance motors and for learning and experimenting purposes.

    Warnings:
    • As there are no pull up or pull down resistors on the inputs, the picoBorg expects the Pi to be controlling the pins when the power is applied. Power the Pi first, run the software and then apply power to the PicoBorg.
    • There is no thermal shutoff, keep an eye on temperature of the FETs and diodes
    • There is no current limiting, you must observe current restrictions
    • There is no short circuit or reverse voltage protection
    • For commercial applications and control of larger motors and lower resistance coils etc, PiBorg or PiBorg nano may be a better solution
    • If you are new to electronics and getting started, we recommend you don't use a battery, rather a low current <100mA power supply as this can be more forgiving if you get things wrong
    • Be very careful of connections and soldering as mistakes could potentially hurt your picoBorg and Raspberry Pi.
    R99.90  Inc VAT
    R179.90
    Sense HAT (B) for Raspberry Pi Multi Powerful Sensors for Raspberry Pi (WS Sense)
    Overview

    The Sense HAT (B) is specially designed for Raspberry Pi, integrates multi powerful sensors such as gyroscope, accelerometer, magnetometer, barometer, temperature and humidity sensor, etc. It is communicated via I2C interface, and allows to connect more external sensors if you need.

    Trying to make the Pi become a robot that can detect movement and orientation? Or using the Pi to collect environmental temperature, humidity, and barometric pressure data? This HAT would be your ideal choice.

    Features
    • Standard Raspberry Pi 40PIN GPIO extension header, supports Raspberry Pi series boards
    • Onboard ICM20948 (3-axis accelerometer, 3-axis gyroscope, and 3-axis magnetometer), detects movement, orientation, and magnetic
    • Onboard SHTC3 digital temperature and humidity sensor, allows monitoring the environment
    • Onboard LPS22HB barometric pressure sensor, allows monitoring the environment
    • Onboard TCS34725 color sensor, identifies the color of nearby object
    • Onboard ADS1015 ADC, 4-ch 12-bit precision, AD expansion to support more external sensors
    • Brings I2C control pins, for connecting other host boards like STM32
    • Comes with development resources and manual (examples for Raspberry Pi/STM32)
    Specifications
    • Operating voltage: 3.3V
    • Communication interface: I2C
    • Logic level: 3.3V
    • Dimensions: 65mm x 30.5mm

    What's on Board
    1. Raspberry Pi GPIO connector: for connecting with Raspberry Pi
    2. Sensor Interface: for external sensors
    3. I2C extension header: for connecting host boards like Arduino/STM32
    4. ICM-20948: 9-axis movement sensor
    5. SHTC3: temperature and humidity sensor
    6. TCS34725: color sensor
    7. LPS22HB: barometric pressure sensor
    8. ADS1015: 12-bit ADC
    9. LSF0204PWR: 4-ch voltage level translator
    10. RT9193-18: 1.8V linear regulator
    11. RT9193-33: 3.3V linear regulator
    Dimensions
    Development Resources

    Wiki : www.waveshare.com/wiki/Sense_HAT_(B)

    R329.90  Inc VAT
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