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Raspberry Pi Fona Pi hat #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

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Thanks so much to fhlipzero from the Adafruit forums for posting their Fona Pi Hat! Check out the full build at hackaday.io.

I started playing with the adafruit FONA not long ago and slowly realized it needed a more friendly and transportable version than the breadboard it lived on for its first few weeks.

I started with the fancy hackaday permaproto hat and soldered on the FONA and Adafruit Powerboost. Following the Piphone guide, i wired the battery into fona, fona out and into the power board JST, then out again and onto the PiHat power rails which in turn feeds down through the GPIO and powers the pi!

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