Raspberry Pi HATs

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  • PiKVM v3 KVM over IP voor Raspberry Pi 4

    PiKVM PiKVM V3 KVM over IP for Raspberry Pi 4

    PiKVM V3 is an open-source Raspberry Pi-based KVM over IP device. It will help you to manage servers or workstations remotely, whatever the state of the operating system or whether one is installed. PiKVM V3 allows you to turn on/off or restart your computer, configure the UEFI/BIOS, and even reinstall the OS using the virtual CD-ROM or flash drive. You can use your remote keyboard and mouse or PiKVM can simulate a keyboard, mouse, and a monitor, which are then presented in a web browser as if you were working on a remote system directly. Features HDMI Full HD capture based on the TC358743 chip (extra low latency ~100 ms and many features like compression control). OTG Keyboard & mouse; Mass Storage Drive emulation. Ability to simulate "removal and insertion" for USB. Onboard ATX power control Onboard fan controller Real-time clock (RTC) RJ-45 and USB serial console port (to manage PiKVM OS or to connect with the server). Optional AVR-based HID (for some rare and strange motherboards whose BIOS doesn't understand the OTG emulated keyboard). Optional OLED screen to display network status or other desired information. Ready-made board. No need for soldering or breadboarding. PiKVM OS – the software is fully open. Included PiKVM V3 HAT board for Raspberry Pi 4 USB-C bridge board – to connect the HAT with Pi over USB-C ATX controller adapter board and wiring – to connect the HAT to the motherboard (if you want to manage power supply through hardware). 2 flat CSI cables Screws and brass standoffs Required Raspberry Pi 4 MicroSD card USB-C to USB-A cable HDMI cable Straight Ethernet cable (for the ATX expansion board connection) Power supply unit (5.1 V/3 A USB-C, officiel RPi power supply is recommended) Also available PiKVM Steel Case Downloads User Guide Images GitHub Links The PiKVM Project and Lessons Learned: Q&A with PiKVM creator and developer Maxim Devaev PiKVM: Raspberry Pi as a KVM Remote Control

    € 184,95

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  • PiKVM v3 KVM over IP voor Raspberry Pi 4 (voorgemonteerd)

    PiKVM PiKVM V3 KVM over IP for Raspberry Pi 4 (pre-assembled)

    PiKVM V3 HAT pre-assembled, in steel case with display and fan incl. Raspberry Pi 4 (2 GB) and 32-GB microSD card (pre-installed with PiKVM OS) PiKVM V3 is an open-source Raspberry Pi-based KVM over IP device. It will help you to manage servers or workstations remotely, whatever the state of the operating system or whether one is installed. PiKVM V3 allows you to turn on/off or restart your computer, configure the UEFI/BIOS, and even reinstall the OS using the virtual CD-ROM or flash drive. You can use your remote keyboard and mouse or PiKVM can simulate a keyboard, mouse, and a monitor, which are then presented in a web browser as if you were working on a remote system directly. Features HDMI Full HD capture based on the TC358743 chip (extra low latency ~100 ms and many features like compression control). OTG Keyboard & mouse; Mass Storage Drive emulation. Ability to simulate "removal and insertion" for USB. Onboard ATX power control Onboard fan controller Real-time clock (RTC) RJ-45 and USB serial console port (to manage PiKVM OS or to connect with the server). Optional AVR-based HID (for some rare and strange motherboards whose BIOS doesn't understand the OTG emulated keyboard). Optional OLED screen to display network status or other desired information. Ready-made board. No need for soldering or breadboarding. PiKVM OS – the software is fully open. Specifications Video/Resolution: 1920x1080p at 50 Hz or lower Power: USB-C 5.1 V, 3 A power supply required (not included) Real-time clock with rechargeable Super Capacitor Enclosure: robust 1.6 mm (1/16") steel case Dimensions: 92 x 75 x 45 mm (4 x 3 x 2") Weight: 410 g (14.5 oz.) Connectors Front Back Side Power: USB-C ATX Control Video Out: micro HDMI Serial Console: USB-C + RJ45(one active at a time) OTG Host USB (USB-C)   2x USB 2.0, 2x USB 3.0 HDMI Video input & output   Gigabit Ethernet   Included PiKVM V3 HAT for Raspberry Pi 4 PiKVM Steel Case incl. Display and Fan Raspberry Pi 4 with 2 GB RAM MicroSD card (32 GB, pre-installed with the PiKVM OS) USB-C bridge board – to connect the HAT with Pi over USB-C ATX controller adapter board and wiring – to connect the HAT to the motherboard (if you want to manage power supply through hardware). 2 flat CSI cables Screws and brass standoffs Required USB-C to USB-A cable HDMI cable Straight Ethernet cable (for the ATX expansion board connection) Power supply unit (5.1 V/3 A USB-C, officiel RPi power supply is recommended) Downloads User Guide Images GitHub Links The PiKVM Project and Lessons Learned: Q&A with PiKVM creator and developer Maxim Devaev PiKVM: Raspberry Pi as a KVM Remote Control

    € 349,00

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  • PiCAN 3 – CAN-Bus Board for Raspberry	Pi 4	with 3 A SMPS & RTC

    SK Pang Electronics PiCAN 3 - CAN-Bus Board for Raspberry Pi 4 with 3 A SMPS & RTC

    Features CAN v2.0B at 1 Mb/s High speed SPI Interface (10 MHz) Standard and extended data and remote frames CAN connection via standard 9-way sub-D connector or screw terminal Compatible with OBDII cable Solder bridge to set different configuration for DB9 connector 120 Ω terminator ready Serial LCD ready LED indicator Foot print for two mini push buttons Four fixing holes, comply with Pi Hat standard SocketCAN driver, appears as can0 to application Interrupt RX on GPIO25 5 V/3 A SMPS to power Raspberr Pi and accessories from DB9 or screw terminalo Reverse polarity protectiono High efficiency switch mode designo 6 V to 20 V input range RTC with battery backup (battery not included, requires CR1225 cell) Downloads User guide Schematic Driver installation Writing your own program in Python Python3 examples

    € 89,95

    Members € 80,96

  • PiCAN-M with CAN-Bus Micro-C and RS422 Connector + 3 A SMPS

    SK Pang Electronics PiCAN-M with CAN-Bus Micro-C and RS422 Connector + 3 A SMPS

    This is a PiCAN-M with RS422 and Micro-C connector. The RS422 is via a 5-way screw terminal. The CAN-Bus connection is via a Micro-C connector. This board includes a 3 A SMPS. The 12 V is from the Micro-C network can be used to power the PiCAN-M and the Raspberry Pi. Features CAN connection via Micro-C connector 120Ω terminator ready SocketCAN driver Appears as can0 to application RS422 via 5-way screw terminal Appears as ttyS0 to the application LED indicator (GPIO22) Qwiic (I²C) connector for extra sensors Includes 3 A SMPS to power the board and the RPi from the 12 V line. Compatible with OpenCPN, OpenPlotter, Signal K and CANBoat Downloads Schematic User Guide v2

    € 109,95

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  • PiCAN 2 – CAN-Bus Board for Raspberry Pi 2/3

    SK Pang Electronics PiCAN 2 - CAN-Bus Board for Raspberry Pi 2/3

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    This PiCAN 2 board provide CAN-Bus capability for the Raspberry Pi. It uses the Microchip MCP2515 CAN controller with MCP2551 CAN transceiver. Connection are made via DB9 or 3 way screw terminal. Easy to install SocketCAN driver. Programming can be done in C or Python. Features CAN v2.0B at 1 Mb/s High speed SPI Interface (10 MHz) Standard and extended data and remote frames CAN connection via standard 9-way sub-D connector or screw terminal Compatible with OBDII cable Solder bridge to set different configuration for DB9 connector 120Ω terminator ready Serial LCD ready LED indicator Foot print for two mini push buttons Four fixing holes, comply with Pi Hat standard SocketCAN driver, appears as can0 to application Interrupt RX on GPIO25 Optional fixing screws – select at bottom of this webpage Compatible with Raspberry Pi 2B, 3B and 3B+ Downloads User guide   Schematic Rev B Writing your own program in Python Python3 examples in Github

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    € 44,95

    Members € 40,46

  •  -35% Cytron Maker Hat Base – HAT & GPIO Extension for Raspberry Pi 400

    Cytron Cytron Maker Hat Base - HAT & GPIO Extension for Raspberry Pi 400

    Maker Hat Base extends out all the GPIOs of the Raspberry Pi 400 in a quick and simple way – be it using your favorite HAT or building your own simple circuit with jumper wires on the mini breadboard.Since a ribbon cable is used for the connection, the Maker Hat Base is compatible with the Raspberry Pi 3 and Pi 4 too. This is especially useful when the Raspberry Pi is enclosed in a case and you want to extend its GPIOs out for HAT.Each GPIO pin is clearly labeled and its status LED is definitely helpful during testing and troubleshooting. The onboard buzzer and push buttons will get you to start coding in no time without the need of building your own circuit. Features Specially designed for Raspberry Pi 400 Compatible with Raspberry Pi 3 & 4 Extension pins for HAT Labeled GPIOs breakout for jumper wires Status LEDs for each GPIOs 1x programmable buzzer 4x programmable push buttons 3x Grove ports (GPIO, UART & I²C) for external modules Onboard 3.3 V regulator provides extra current up to 800 mA Included 1x Maker Hat Base 1x Mini Breadboard (Random Color) 1x 40 Ways Female to Female IDE cable (10 cm) 1x Flat Cable Clamper with Adhesive (60 mm) 4x Silicone Bumper 1x PC104 2x20 Header Pin Downloads Datasheet CAD File

    € 19,95€ 12,95

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  • Cytron 10Amp 5-30 V DC Motor Driver

    Cytron Cytron 10Amp 5-30 V DC Motor Driver

    DC brushed motors are the most commonly used and widely available motors in the market. The Cytron 10 Amp 5-30 V DC Motor Driver will help you add functionality to your DC motor. It supports both sign-magnitude PWM signal and locked-antiphase. It is compatible with full solid-state components resulting in higher response time and eliminates the wear and tear of the mechanical relay. Features Supports motor voltage from 5 V to 30 V DC Current up to 13 A continuous and 30 A peak 3.3 V and 5 V logic level input Compatible with Arduino and Raspberry Pi Speed control PWM frequency up to 20 kHz Fully NMOS H-Bridge for better efficiency No heat sink is required Bi-directional control for one Brushed DC motor Regenerative Braking Downloads User Manual Arduino Library

    € 17,95

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  • WIZnet Ethernet HAT for Raspberry Pi Pico

    WIZnet WIZnet Ethernet HAT for Raspberry Pi Pico

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    Features Includes W5100S Supports Hardwired Internet Protocols: TCP, UDP, WOL over UDP, ICMP, IGMPv1/v2, IPv4, ARP, PPPoE Supports 4 Independent Hardware SOCKETs simultaneously Internal 16 Kbytes Memory for TX/ RX Buffers Operation Voltage 3.3 V / 5 V Built-in LDO (LM8805SF5-33V) SPI Interface 5 V I/O tolerance 10 / 100 Ethernet PHY embedded Supports Auto Negotiation Full / Half Duplex 10 / 100 Based Built-in RJ45 (RB1-125BAG1A) Downloads W5100S Datasheet v1.2.5 Schematic & Part list & Gerber File C/C++ Examples CircuitPython Examples

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    € 9,95

    Members € 8,96

  •  -20% Raspberry Pi Build HAT

    Raspberry Pi Foundation Raspberry Pi Build HAT

    Build robust, intelligent machines that combine Raspberry Pi computing power with LEGO components.The Raspberry Pi Build HAT provides four connectors for LEGO Technic motors and sensors from the SPIKE Portfolio. The available sensors include a distance sensor, a colour sensor, and a versatile force sensor. The angular motors come in a range of sizes and include integrated encoders that can be queried to find their position.The Build HAT fits all Raspberry Pi computers with a 40-pin GPIO header, including – with the addition of a ribbon cable or other extension device — Raspberry Pi 400. Connected LEGO Technic devices can easily be controlled in Python, alongside standard Raspberry Pi accessories such as a camera module.Features Controls up to 4 motors and sensors Powers the Raspberry Pi (when used with a suitable external PSU) Easy to use from Python on the Raspberry Pi

    € 34,95€ 27,95

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  • Last stock! IQaudIO DigiAMP+ DAC & Class D Amplifier for Raspberry Pi

    IQaudIO DigiAMP+ DAC & Class D Amplifier for Raspberry Pi

    IQaudio DigiAMP+ connects to the 40-pin GPIO header of Raspberry Pi 1 Model B+, Raspberry Pi 2, Raspberry Pi 3, or Raspberry Pi 4 with no need for soldering. DigiAMP+ must be powered from an external supply, and requires a 12-24 V DC power source to its 5.5 mm x 2.5 mm barrel connector. The XP Power VEC65US19 power supply is recommended for use with DigiAMP+. DigiAMP+ has been designed to provide power to the Raspberry Pi-plus-DigiAMP+ combination in parallel, delivering 5.1 V @ 2.5 A to your Raspberry Pi.

    € 39,95

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  •  -8% Raspberry Pi PoE+ HAT

    Raspberry Pi Foundation Raspberry Pi PoE+ HAT

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    The Raspberry Pi PoE+ HAT is an add-on board for Raspberry Pi computers with PoE pins, including Raspberry Pi 3B+ and Raspberry Pi 4. It is used to power Raspberry Pi via an Ethernet cable, provided that power-sourcing equipment is installed on the Ethernet network. The HAT also includes a fan that will cool the Raspberry Pi processor.Features Fully isolated switched-mode power supply Fan control Technical Specifications Standard IEEE 802.3at-2003 PoE Input voltage 37–57 V DC, Class 4 device Output voltage 5 V DC/4 A Cooling 25 x 25 mm brushless fan delivering 2.2 CFM for processor cooling Operating temperature 0 °C to +50 °C

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    € 24,95€ 22,95

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  • Raspberry Pi Sense HAT

    Raspberry Pi Foundation Raspberry Pi Sense HAT

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    The official Sense HAT from the Raspberry Pi Foundation is an add-on board for Raspberry Pi (4, 3, 2, B+ and A+). The Sense HAT has the following sensors: 8x8 RGB LED matrix display Accelerometer Gyroscope Magnetometer Air pressure sensor Temperature Humidity sensor Five-button joystick

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    € 34,95

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  • SmartPi 3.0 Smart Meter for Raspberry Pi (Bundle)

    enerserve SmartPi 3.0 Smart Meter for Raspberry Pi (Bundle)

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    The Smart Pi 3.0 expansion module extends the Raspberry Pi with interfaces to measure voltage and current in a contactless manner. It enables to control electricity production consumption and turns the Raspberry Pi into a full featured smart meter. All measurement data can be stored and are accessable via the local network or Internet for disposal. Current is measured contactless via inductive current sensors. In the standard version currents up to 100 A can be measured. A simple changeover of the jumper enables the connection of any cable re-converter with a secondary current of 1 A. This allows currents of up to 1000 A and more to be detected. The SmartPi 3.0 has 3 inputs for current measurement (L1, L2, L3) and three inputs for voltage measurement. This allows measurements on all three phases and even the neutral conductor. The SmartPi 3.0 and the Raspberry Pi can be powered by the voltage input. An external power supply is not required. If the voltage measurement is connected, the direction of the energy flow can be determined and the SmartPi is a full-fledged bi-directional smart meter. Other Units Current Voltage Power Active power Reactive power Apparent power Energy consumption Energy generation Power consumption Power generation Power frequency Cos phi The interfaces to the Raspberry Pi are electrically isolated to ensure maximum safety. Website and REST interface Open Source software is written in Go and includes all the necessary drivers, a web server with web page and a REST interface. All measurement data can be logged and displayed on tablet or smartphone. The REST interface allows to integrate the SmartPi into self-made applications and apps. Application examples for the SmartPi Energy Monitor via network and Internet Monitoring of power frequency  Power monitor Alarms for electricity consumers Alarms at increased consumption Integration into energy management systems Cost control Software Features Reading current, voltage, power, and many other data Minutes store the values ​​in the database MQTT Support Prometheus support (not yet documented) CSV FTP upload Web interface for display and configuration UMTS support Features/Specifications Raspberry Pi compatible connector Raspberry Pi compatible size Galvanic isolation Integrated power supply from the voltage measuring path via stable terminals OpenSource driver and API Current measurement at 3-phase + neutral conductor Connection for inductive current sensors with a secondary output of 50 mA, 333 mV and 1 A Screw terminals for connection of current and voltage measurement Compatibility with all Raspberry Pi models  Buffered RTC (the Raspberry Pi continues to run even without an Internet connection after a power failure) Additional status LED Valuable housing with DIN rail mounting Package Contents 1x SmartPi 3 expansion module 3x Current probe (100 A, 50 mA) 1x Housing for Raspberry Pi 4 Links Installation Forum GitHub

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    € 199,95

    Members € 179,96

  • StromPi 3 – Power Solution voor Single Board Computers

    JOY-iT StromPi 3 - Power Solution for Single Board Computers

    With the StromPi 3, JOY-iT has now released the next expansion board that's going to meet your power requirements. With a voltage range of 6-61 V and a current of up to 3 A, even larger projects can be supplied with sufficient current. The individual inputs can now be prioritised in various ways, allowing the StromPi 3 to be perfectly customised to your project. In addition to the voltage inputs already available, the new StromPi 3 can now be supplemented with an optional plug-in battery unit that adds a rechargeable emergency power source to your Raspberry Pi with a LiFePO4 battery. As a result, unexpected power outages are in the past! Along with that, the StromPi 3 now has its own configurable and autonomously acting microsystem unit, which can be used for a programmable start-stop behaviour. Let your system run up and down at preset times to perform measurements or to switch devices on and off (also ideal for digital signage or machine control). The RTC (real-time clock) contained in the microsystem can also be used to synchronize the operating Raspberry Pi without Internet access. With the new StromPi 3 you are perfectly equipped for all kinds of projects! Specifications Voltage Input Micro-USB, Wide-Range: 6-61 V Voltage Output 5 V, 3 A / RPi-PinHeader + USB Compatible to Raspberry Pi (A+, B+, 2B, 3, 3B, 3B+, 4B), Banana Pi M2, via USB output: many more single board computers like Arduino, pcDuino, Red Pitaya and many more Optional Extensions Plug-in battery pack (sold separately) with a 1000 mAh LiFePO4 battery unit Microcontroller Control Programming option by prioritizing the individual inputs in an emergency (Power Path) Addional Features RTC real-time clock (programmable start/stop behaviour), control via serial interface (data output, control), optional rechargeable battery is charged immediately during operation Dimensions 55 x 54 x 20 mm Downloads Manuals, scripts and firmware

    € 69,95

    Members € 62,96

  • Enviro+ Environmental Monitoring Station for Raspberry Pi

    Pimoroni Enviro+ Environmental Monitoring Station for Raspberry Pi

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    Designed for environmental monitoring, Enviro+ lets you measure air quality (pollutant gases and particles*), temperature, pressure, humidity, light, and noise level. 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 (160 × 80) pHAT-format board Fully-assembled Compatible with all 40-pin header Raspberry Pi models Pinout Python library Citizen science air quality monitoring This board was developed 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. 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 dataset gets better in quality every time an additional 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. 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. You can implement Enviro+ in IoT applications as well. By connection it to Alexa you can get information about the temperature and humidity of the air by simply asking, or there's also an option to set up a trigger action with IFTTT that turns your Philips Hue lights on when the light level drops below a certain level etc. Software With the Python library you can control 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.

    € 64,95

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  • PiCAN 2 – CAN-Bus Board for Raspberry Pi 2/3 with SMPS

    SK Pang Electronics PiCAN 2 - CAN-Bus Board for Raspberry Pi 2/3 with SMPS

    Features CAN V2.0B at 1 Mb/s High-speed SPI Interface (10 MHz) Standard and extended data and remote frames CAN connection via standard 9-way sub-D connector or screw terminal Compatible with OBDII cable Solder bridge to set different configuration for DB9 connector 120 Ω terminating resistor Serial LCD  LED indicator Footprint for two mini push buttons Four fixing holes, comply with Pi Hat standard SocketCAN driver, appears as can0 to application RX interrupt on GPIO25 5 V 1A SMPS to power Raspberry Pi and accessories from DB9 or screw terminal Reverse polarity protection High efficiency switch mode design 6 V to 20 V input range Downloads User guide Schematic Rev B Writing your own program in Python Python3 examples in Github

    € 59,95

    Members € 53,96

  • Last stock! PiCAN 2 Duo – CAN-Bus Board for Raspberry Pi 2/3

    SK Pang Electronics PiCAN 2 Duo - CAN-Bus Board for Raspberry Pi 2/3

    This PiCAN2 DUO board provides two independent CAN-Bus channels for the Raspberry Pi 2/3. It uses the Microchip MCP2515 CAN controller with MCP2551 CAN transceiver. Connections are made via 4-way screw terminal. This board is also available with a 5V 1A SMPS that can power the Pil via the screw terminals as well. The SocketCAN driver doesn't take much effort to install and you can do all the programming in C or Python. Features CAN V2.0B at 1 Mb/s High-speed SPI Interface (10 MHz) Standard and extended data and remote frames CAN connection screw terminal 120Ω terminating resistor Serial LCD LED indicator Four fixing holes, which comply with Pi Hat standard SocketCAN driver, that appears as can0 and can1 to application RX interrupt on GPIO25 and GPIO24 Downloads User guide Schematic Rev B Software installation Writing your own program in Python

    € 74,95

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  • SparkFun Qwiic pHAT v2.0 for Raspberry Pi

    SparkFun SparkFun Qwiic pHAT v2.0 for Raspberry Pi

    The Qwiic pHAT connects the I²C bus (GND, 3.3V, SDA, and SCL) on your Raspberry Pi to an array of Qwiic connectors on the HAT. Since the Qwiic system allows for daisy-chaining boards with different addresses, you can stack as many sensors as you’d like to create a tower of sensing power! The Qwiic pHAT V2.0 has four Qwiic connect ports (two on its side and two vertical), all on the same I²C bus. We've also made sure to add a simple 5V screw terminal to power boards that may need more than 3.3V and a general-purpose button (with the option to shut down the Pi with a script). Also updated, the mounting holes found on the board are now spaced to accommodate the typical Qwiic board dimension of 1.0" x 1.0". This HAT is compatible with any Raspberry Pi that utilizes the standard 2x20 GPIO header and the NVIDIA Jetson Nano and Google Coral. Features 4 x Qwiic Connection Ports 1 x 5V Tolerant Screw Terminal 1 x General Purpose Button HAT-compatible 40-pin Female Header

    € 6,95

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  • PiCAN 2 Duo – CAN-Bus Board for Raspberry Pi 4 with 3 A SMPS

    SK Pang Electronics PiCAN 2 Duo - CAN-Bus Board for Raspberry Pi 4 with 3 A SMPS

    This PiCAN2 Duo board provide two independent CAN-Bus channels for the Raspberry Pi 4. It uses the Microchip MCP2515 CAN controller with MCP2551 CAN transceiver. Connections are made via 4 way screw terminal. This board has a 5 V, 3 A SMPS that can power the RPi is well via the screw terminal. Easy to install SocketCAN driver. Programming can be done in C or Python. Features CAN v2.0B at 1 Mb/s High speed SPI Interface (10 MHz) Standard and extended data and remote frames CAN connection screw terminal 120Ω terminator ready Serial LCD ready LED indicator Four fixing holes, comply with Pi Hat standard SocketCAN driver, appears as can0 and can1 to application Interrupt RX on GPIO25 and GPIO24 5 V, 3 A SMPS to power Raspberry Pi and accessories from screw terminal Reverse polarity protection High efficiency switch mode design  7 V to 24 V input range Downloads User guide Schematic Rev D Writing your own program in Python Python3 examples in Github

    € 99,95

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  • Cytron 3Amp 4-16 V DC Motor Driver (2 Channels)

    Cytron Cytron 3Amp 4-16 V DC Motor Driver (2 Channels)

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    Features: Supports motor voltage from 4 V to 16 V DC Bidirectional control for two brushed DC motor. Control one unipolar or one bipolar stepper motor. Maximum Motor Current: 3A continuous, 5A peak LEDs for motor output state. Buttons for quick testing. Compatible with Arduino and Raspberry Pi PWM frequency up to 20kHz Reverse polarity protection  Here you can find the product's Datasheet. Check out the sample code provided by Cytron here.

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    € 10,95

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  • IQaudIO Pi-DAC+ (for Raspberry Pi)

    IQaudIO Pi-DAC+ (for Raspberry Pi)

    IQaudio DAC+ is an audio output HAT for all generations of Raspberry Pi from Raspberry Pi1 Model B+ onwards, and supports 24‑bit 192 kHz high-resolution digital audio. It uses the Texas Instruments PCM5122 DAC to deliver stereo analogue audio to a pair of phono connectors, and also supports a dedicated headphone amplifier.

    € 29,95

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  • SparkFun Servo pHAT for Raspberry Pi

    SparkFun SparkFun Servo pHAT for Raspberry Pi

    Thanks to its I²C capabilities, this PWM HAT saves the Raspberry Pi's GPIO pins, allowing you to use them for other purposes. The Servo pHAT also adds a serial terminal connection, which will allow you to bring up a Raspberry Pi without having to hook it up to a monitor and keyboard. We have provided a Qwiic connector for easy interfacing with the I²C bus using the Qwiic system and a 4-pin header to connect to the Sphero RVR. Power to the SparkFun Servo pHAT can be supplied through a USB-C connector. This will power either the servo motors only or power the servo motors and the Raspberry Pi that is connected to the HAT. We switched to USB-C to allow you to bring more current to your servos than ever before. This USB-C connector can also hook up the Pi via serial port connection to avoid having to use a monitor and keyboard for setting up the Pi. To supply power only to the servo power rail (and not the Pi's 5V power rail), you need to cut a small trace on the isolation jumper. Doing this allows you to drive heavier loads coming from multiple or larger servos. We've even added power protection circuits to the design to avoid damage to power sources. Each of this pHAT's 16 servo motor pin headers has been spaced out to the standard 3-pin servo pinout (ground, 5V, signal) to make it easier to attach your servo motors. The Servo pHAT is the same size and form factor as a Raspberry Pi Zero and Zero W, but it can also operate with a regular Raspberry Pi. Features 16 PWM channels, controllable over I²C Qwiic connector 4-pin RVR header for connection to Sphero RVR USB-C connector 40-pin GPIO header for connection to Raspberry Pi CH340C USB Serial SOIC16 Updated logic level conversion circuitry Power protection circuits

    € 10,95

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  • Pimoroni Weather HAT voor Raspberry Pi

    Pimoroni Pimoroni Weather HAT for Raspberry Pi

    A meteorologically minded Raspberry Pi HAT designed to make hooking up weather sensors a breeze (or a squall, or a gale). Weather HAT is an all-in-one solution for hooking up climate and environmental sensors to a Raspberry Pi. It has a bright 1.54" LCD screen and four buttons for inputs. The onboard sensors can measure temperature, humidity, pressure and light. The sturdy RJ11 connectors will let you easily attach wind and rain sensors. It will work with any Raspberry Pi with a 40-pin header. You could install it outside in a suitable weatherproof enclosure and connect to it wirelessly – logging the data locally or piping it into Weather Underground, a MQTT broker or a cloud service like Adafruit IO. Alternatively, you could house your weather Pi inside and run wires to your weather sensors outside - making use of the nice screen to display readouts. Features 1.54" IPS LCD screen (240 x 240) Four user-controllable switches BME280 temperature, pressure, humidity sensor (datasheet) LTR-559 light and proximity sensor (datasheet) Nuvoton MS51 microcontroller with inbuilt 12-bit ADC (datasheet) RJ11 connectors for connecting wind and rain sensors (optional) HAT-format board Fully-assembled Compatible with all 40-pin header Raspberry Pi models Downloads Python library Schematic Included Weather HAT 2 x 10 mm standoffs

    € 49,95

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  • Pimoroni Display HAT Mini for Raspberry Pi Zero

    Pimoroni Pimoroni Display HAT Mini for Raspberry Pi Zero

    Display HAT Mini features a bright 18-bit capable 320x240 pixel display with vibrant colours and formidable IPS viewing angles, connected via SPI. It's got four tactile buttons for interacting with your Raspberry Pi with your digits and a RGB LED for notifications. A QwST connector (Qwiic / STEMMA QT) and a Breakout Garden header is also squeezed in so it's a doddle to connect up different kinds of breakouts. It will work with any model of Raspberry Pi with a 40 pin header, but we think it goes with the Raspberry Pi Zero particularly well - we've included a pair of standoffs so you can use to bolt HAT and Raspberry Pi together to make a sturdy little unit. To accommodate the screen Display HAT Mini is a bit bigger than a standard mini HAT or pHAT – it's around 5 mm taller than a Raspberry Pi Zero (so a Mini HAT XL or a Mini HAT Pro, if you will). Display HAT Mini lets you turn a Raspberry Pi into a convenient IoT control panel, a tiny photo frame, digital art display or gif-box, or a desktop display for news headlines, tweets, or other info from online APIs. This screen is a handy 3:2 ratio, useful for retro gaming purposes! Features 2.0” 320x240 pixel IPS LCD screen, connected via SPI (~220 PPI, 65K colours) 4x tactile buttons RGB LED Qw/ST (Qwiic/STEMMA QT) connector Breakout Garden / I²C header Pre-soldered socket header for attaching to Raspberry Pi Compatible with all models of Raspberry Pi with a 40-pin header. Fully assembled No soldering required (as long as your RPi has header pins attached). Dimensions: approx 65.5 x 35 x 9 mm (W x H x D, includes header and display). With a Raspberry Pi Zero attached with standoffs, the total depth is 17 mm. Screen usable area: 40.8 x 30.6 mm (L x W) Pinout Schematic Dimensional drawing Display HAT Mini Python library ST7789 Python library Included Display HAT Mini 2x 10 mm standoffs

    € 32,95

    Members € 29,66

Dat de Raspberry Pi computers ontzettend populair zijn, blijkt uit de 34 miljoen verkochte stuks. Maar dat de Pi computers en technologie tot in de ruimte aan toe reiken, is waarschijnlijk nieuw voor je.

Wat is een Raspberry PI HAT?

Raspberry PI HAT’s (Hardware Attached on Top) zijn een add-on module voor op jouw standaard mainbord. Als je meer uit je Raspberry projecten wilt halen, dan zijn HAT’s precies wat je zoekt. Je kunt de HAT’s zo inprikken dankzij de 40-pins GPIO header. Hierdoor breid je niet alleen de hardware uit, maar ook de mogelijkheden die je met die hardware hebt. Wil je meer halen uit de Rasberry Pi, dan zijn HAT’s onmisbaar.

Voor de introductie van de HAT, in 2014, waren er al veel hardwarematige add-ons ontwikkeld voor de minicomputers. Dit was voor Raspberry de reden om zelf een standaard te ontwikkelen dat het makers en programmeurs makkelijker moest maken.

Omdat het aansluiten van externe hardware op de Raspberry Pi een flink aantal handelingen met zich meebracht, is dit met de komst van de HAT verleden tijd. De HAT zorgt er namelijk voor dat de juiste driver automatisch word herkent, ingeladen en aangesloten.

Waar je een Raspberry pi HATS voor kunt gebruiken 

De mogelijkheden van de technologie en hardware van Raspberry was al groot, maar sinds de introductie van HATS in 2014 zijn deze nog groter geworden. Wie zijn Raspberry mainbord uitbreid met een HAT heeft naast de standaard functionaliteiten van de zijn Pi-model ook

  • Meer audio mogelijkheden te krijgen
  • Meer display mogelijkheden te krijgen
  • Of meer Motor & Servo mogelijkheden te krijgen

Met de HATs van Elektor kun je eindeloos combineren en jouw project beter, makkelijker en gebruiksvriendelijker maken.

Het Raspberry assortiment bij Elektorstore

Elektorstore is als goedgekeurde wederverkoper van Raspberry Pi producten de webshop in Nederland om officiële Raspberry producten te kopen. Doordat er geen tussenverkoper tussen de fabriek en onze webshop zit kunnen wij ons assortiment tegen goedkope prijzen aanbieden.

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