Interface the bmp280 pressure sensor to raspberry pi header over I2CDesigned by Sean D'Epagnier, Ships from United States of America
What is it? Adaptor hat to plug bmp280 pressure sensor into raspberry pi header. I test the sensors to ensure they are working. Once connected, it can be found on the i2c bus with: $ i2cdetect -y...Read More…
Adaptor hat to plug bmp280 pressure sensor into raspberry pi header. I test the sensors to ensure they are working.
Once connected, it can be found on the i2c bus with:
$ i2cdetect -y 1
The pins for the uart (all 3.3v) and 5v power are accessible for soldering to make a connection to a ttl serial device such as gps, while still being able to unplug from the pi easily.
No need to solder to pins, or run jumper cables. It is a neat solution.
Tested with openplotter, useful for monitoring pressure and signaling weather alarms
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I developing modular autopilots and instruments, my main project for this is pypilot.
I am also an author of the navigation software OpenCPN which integrates with this project.