Excellent quality breakout board for GPIO using the Raspberry PI. Great for breadboarding projects!Designed by Robot In A Can, Ships from Canada
This board is designed as a high-quality break-out board for the Raspberry Pi. Connect it to the GPIO on any model Pi and you will have a robust environment to start breadboarding projects. The GPI...Read More…
This board is designed as a high-quality break-out board for the Raspberry Pi. Connect it to the GPIO on any model Pi and you will have a robust environment to start breadboarding projects. The GPIO header bay is designed with breadboard like spring loaded pins. Each pin connects to the GPIO on the PI. These high-quality spring connectors make it easy to reliably wire circuits. The labels are right next to each row making it easy to see the function of each pin.
This started as a circuit trainer for the University of Guelph students to wire projects with the Pi. It is designed to be durable for classroom use to endure years of use in a lab setting.
There are a number of components that are pre-grounded which can be connected directly to the GPIO pins using only one jumper cable. Making wiring easy as you start to experiment.
On the board you will find:
These units are some extras that I produced. You can receive them at a fraction of their normal price! The high-quality header pins are fancy. So if you are looking for a board to experiment with when using the Pi this is a great-value durable option!
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