This is a Raspberry Pi Zero W hat/shield with USB MIDI input, stereo audio output, 3 user-configurable buttons and OLED display.
To use as an audio card, enable PWM audio output by adding `dtoverlay=pwm-2chan,pin=18,func=2,pin2=13,func2=4` at the end of *config.txt* file.
Remeber that HDMI audio output is the default; use `raspi-config` to force output to 3.5mm audio jack.
If you can't find 47uF...
HAT or pHAT for Raspberry Pi. Designed with the Pi Zero W in mind, so it shares the footprint of the Zero.
HAT has an ATmega328PB connected via I2C, SPI and UART,allowing both flashing, and many forms of communication.
Included a space for a Mini DC-DC voltage regulator. These are good for 3A of power, but make sure to solder the 5V pads and cut the ADJ pad lead.
Headers for SPI(ICSP) and both...
Raspberry Pi Zero hat/shield with MIDI input, stereo audio output, 3 buttons and OLED display.
OBSOLETE: this version is obsolete. Check new version without the MIDI port, but with improved audio and cleaner schematic https://easyeda.com/account/project?project=2bca68b51d954e19b68cba485984fb42
This is a Stepper HAT for Raspberry Pi or stand-alone use. It is the board I'm currently using in my SandBot [SandBot](https://robdobson.com/2018/08/a-new-sandbot/) and provides two SilentStepStick TMC2100 positions, two FET drivers for LED light strip or similar and two servo ports. Software is here: [RBotFirmware](https://github.com/robdobsn/RBotFirmware)
This is a Raspberry Pi Shield. 12V DC to input. The board will power the Pi through the GPIO using a switch power supply based around the ACT4065A IC. The input 12V comes in through the DC "IN" barrel Jack. Then is turned on and off through the TIP120 NPN Transistor which is controlled through GPIO 4 on the Pi and outputs the barrel Jack labeled "OUT". There is also another TIP120 NPN transistor c...
copy from that site and added extra 3 more lamps to work on.
Template (PCB and interface symbol) to copy for any kind of shield designs for Raspberry Pi B+. The PCB contains 6 layers with layer display at the lower edge. The assignment of layers is:
- top: signal, polygon connected to GND
- bottom: signal, polygon connected to GND
- layer 1: inner, signal
- layer 2: inner, polygon VCC
- layer 3: inner, polygon GND
- layer 4: inner, signal