Raspberry Pi 5-channel PWM, PT100 and ADXL345 board.Designed by Greg's Tinker Town in Canada
Big p4ppa A Raspberry Pi 5-channel PWM, PT100 and ADXL345 board. Should work on any Raspberry Pi 2/3/4 I was looking to add on more controllable fans to my 3D printer. The SKR was maxxed out even jus…Read More…
A Raspberry Pi 5-channel PWM, PT100 and ADXL345 board. Should work on any Raspberry Pi 2/3/4
I was looking to add on more controllable fans to my 3D printer. The SKR was maxxed out even just a simple controllable fan, let alone PWM. Klipper supports multiple MCU's, including the Raspberry Pi so adding this to the Pi was a simple way to tackle the problem.
With a bit of spare board space (it was tight) I also fit some space to accommodate PT100 modules, so I could have a nice place to put mine.
This board is designed for low power accessories. This board is not suitable for driving high-powered loads directly.
You MUST power the Pi via this board. Do not connect any other power source (USB, PoE hat, battery backup hat) to the Pi when using this board.
For more information, please visit the GitHub page which is kept up to date! https://github.com/gcormier/bigp4ppa
The kit requires you to solder through-hole components only, and includes:
Dec 2022 The large Pi 40-pin header is now already soldered!
Fully assembled means I solder on all parts.
Please check GitHub for the latest information.
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David | April 24, 2021
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