Raspberry Pi GPIO pinout business card #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
Low Voltage Labs posted this fun project that will make your business cards even more useful to others!
Inspired by the PAPERduino and looking for something new to add to the back of my business card. I created a business card sized cheat sheet for the Raspberry Pi GPIO pins.
The card includes three versions of the Raspberry Pi GPIO pins:
Raspberry Pi Rev 1 GPIO standard pin names
Raspberry Pi Rev 2 GPIO alternate pin functions
Raspberry Pi Rev 2 GPIO standard pin names
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To make your own simply download the GPIO business card PDF and print it on paper or card stock. When printing the card be sure that the “Page Scaling” is set to “None” otherwise the size of the card may not match the Raspberry Pi GPIO pins. Punch out the GPIO pins with a push pin and cut out the reference card.
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