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Accessory/Expansion Part NumberPEB-D-RPI.A0
Description

Expansion Board for the phyBOARD-Zeta


The PEB-D-RPI Expansion Board is designed to plug in to the phyBOARD-Zeta expansion interface and supports the 2x20 Raspberry Pi HAT header to facilitate rapid prototyping. The Raspberry Pi community has introduced a wide variety of add-on boards called HATs (Hardware Attached on Top). These readily available boards feature circuitry for LEDs, buttons, sensors, motors, displays, and more. By adding the PEB-D-RPI Expansion Board to your phyBOARD-Zeta you can leverage off-the-shelf add-on boards to accelerate the development cycle.

Documentation


Pinout

The following diagram describes the 40-pin Raspberry Pi HAT pinout supported on the PEB-D-RPI Expansion Board.


Add-On Boards

There are a wide variety of add-on boards available on the market that will plug directly into the 2x20 Raspberry Pi header supported on the PEB-D-RPI Expansion Board.

PHYTEC is supporting the following RPI HATs in software:

  • ANAVI Flex HAT (RabbitMax)
  • Capacitive Touch HAT (Adafruit)
  • DC & Stepper Motor HAT (Adafruit)
  • Perma-Proto HAT (Adafruit)
  • Piano HAT (Pimoroni)
  • PiTFT Plus 3.5" HAT (Adafruit)
  • PWM & Servo HAT (Adafruit)
  • RasPiO Pro HAT (RasPiO)
  • Sense HAT (Raspberry Pi)
  • Skywriter HAT (Pimoroni)
  • Unicorn HD HAT (Pimoroni)


PCB Design Files:

    STEP file

    DXF file


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