RasPiO Pro Hat is a small Raspberry Pi add-on which...
- protects the Pi's ports in case you make a wiring error
- arranges the Pi's ports in numerical order to make tinkering easier
- works "out of the box" with GPIO Zero - the new easy-to-use Python library included in Raspbian
- requires no soldering or assembly
- requires no software installation
- includes a 170pt mini-breadboard to build your circuits on
- gives you direct access to the ports if you need it
- requires no additional resistors for use with LEDS
- will have RasPi.TV-style tutorial experiments suitable for beginners and experts alike
- works with any 40-pin Raspberry Pi
Ready To Use
RasPiO Pro Hat is ready to use straight out of the box. There is nothing to assemble, nothing to solder and no software installation needed. GPIO Zero is pre-installed as standard on Raspbian from November 2015 onwards. All you have to do is build a circuit on the breadboard and control it with GPIO Zero (or RPi.GPIO etc). It can be a simple LED or something a bit more complex like this motion-activated security light...
Instructions and GPIO Zero Programming with RasPiO Pro Hat
Take a look at this comprehensive user guide, which covers general use of the RasPiO® Pro Hat and contains some structured experiments using the components included with the Pro Hat, designed to teach the basics of GPIO Zero. There are lots of pictures and code examples.
A5: #MakersHour Most proud of RasPiO Pro Hat https://t.co/GdYL54LkRC design. It was exceedingly difficult to route the Pi's GPIO ports into numerical order with just 2 layers. Had to start again 3 or 4 times. So many tracks crossing each other + added protection circuitry. pic.twitter.com/CUScEvCQZb— RasPi.TV (@RasPiTV) November 8, 2017
Bloody AWESOME Pi accessory. Very good for knocking up quick, small protos. Built-in port protection ensures you don't blow your Pi up, too.— Michael (Mike) Horne (@recantha) November 8, 2017
It’s a great product for schools— All About Code (@all_about_code) November 8, 2017
Well worth it - brilliant product— Ben Nuttall (@ben_nuttall) November 8, 2017