A nifty little breakout from our friends at Pimoroni that lets you access all of the GPIO pins while also running a HAT or pHAT on your Raspberry Pi Model Zero, 3, 2, A+, or B+ (any Pi with a 2×20 connector). The Pimoroni Mini Black HAT Hack3r is ideal for debugging your (p)HAT projects or combining a (p)HAT with other circuits.
HAT & pHAT spec landing area with PCB standoffs
Includes 40 pin GPIO ribbon cable
All GPIO pins labelled with function, BCM pin number, and physical pin number
Rubber non-slip feet
4 mounting holes
The inspiration for the Mini Black HAT Hack3r came from the Pimoroni people debugging new HAT designs but finding it so useful that they turned it into a product!
Black HAT Hack3r PCB
40-way black GPIO ribbon cable
3x 40-way pin headers pre-installed
4x PCB standoff for HAT mounting
4x Rubber non-slip feet
Please Note: Raspberry Pi and Pimoroni Unicorn pHAT not included.
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