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MikroElektronika Pi Click Shield

MikroElektronika Pi Click Shield

The MikroElektronika Pi click shield is an extension for Raspberry Pi®, the low-cost mini-computer. It's a simple shield with a mikroBUS™ host socket to make your Raspberry Pi compatible with more than 70 different types of click™ boards. The click board enhanced Pi can have GSM, GPS, WiFi, ZigBee, Bluetooth and a whole range of other, more unusual functionalities, like thunder detection, proximity and color sensing etc. Software examples for click Boards are available on Libstock, giving you a repository of working code to use as it is, or as a starting point for your own projects. The package includes two 1x8 and a single 2x13 female socket, as well as a 12mm standoff with two screws.

Features
  • Two 1x8 female sockets on top side form a mikroBUS™ host connector.
  • Single 2x13 female socket on the opposite side is used for connecting with Raspberry Pi®.
  • Provided standoff and screws can be used to tie the shield down to the Raspberry Pi® in order to form a compact bundle and add more stability for placing click boards on top.
Pi Click Shield attached to a Raspberry Pi
Pi Click Shield attached to a Raspberry Pi
Pi Click Shield Introduction

MikroElektronika Pi 2 Click

Pi 2 click shield is an extension for Raspberry Pi® models 2B and B+. The Pi 2 Click conforms to the expanded pinout of newer Raspberry Pi models. The Raspberry Pi 2 B has a quad-core ARM® Cortex®-A7 with six times the performance of the original Pi. To take advantage of increased processing power, Pi 2 click shield carries two mikroBUS™ sockets.

Features
  • Two mikroBUS™ sockets
  • GND Oscilloscope probe pin
  • 2x20 Raspberry Pi 2B and B+ compatible pinout
  • Four mounting holes
Pi 2 Click Shield attached to a Raspberry Pi
Pi 2 Click Shield attached to a Raspberry Pi
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