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The Raspberry Pi Build HAT (Hardware Attached on Top) is a new add-on board for your Raspberry Pi. It connects to the 40-pin GPIO header and can be used to control up to four LEGO Technic motors and sensors from the LEGO Education SPIKE Portfolio.
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Power your Raspberry Pi Build HAT projects with the Raspberry Pi Build HAT Power Supply. This 48W power supply will power the Build HAT and connected LEGO Technic motors, as well as your Raspberry Pi computer.
Outputs 8V DC (yep, that’s the LEGO Technic voltage requirement) at 6A for plenty of power to your robotic project with left-over current that is stepped-down to power the Raspberry Pi as well.
Ameba RTL8722DM Mini Board (AMB 23) is a devkit for a different family of WiFi/BLE-integrated chipsets from RealTek. As more chip companies come out with their “All in One IoT” platforms, we like to stock a dev kit for folks who are interested in experimentation. Support for this chipset is not as complete as Espressif or Arduino boards, but it looks like an inexpensive and easy way to get started with the RTL8722 if you’d like to try it out!
This board integrates the RTL8722DM SoC which is the latest generation SoC of the Ameba IoT solution family, and it is powered by a high-performance 32-bit dual MCU with a new architecture from Arm; an Armv8M (Cortex-M33 instruction set compatible) running at up to 200MHz and an Armv8M (Cortex-M23 instruction set compatible) running at up to 20MHz.
DIN Rail Dual 1×6 to Terminal Block Adapter
This one’s going out to all the makers and designers who use DIN railing in their builds. This adapter plate is perfect for simplifying complex power supply wiring. There’s two spring-terminal blocks on one side of the PCB, and a 2×6 set of connected blocks on the other. As you may expect, the positive marked terminal blocks are all connected together, as are the negative marked blocks.
Use stranded or solid-core wires, they can be signal or power wires. And of course you can fit a few wires per block so it isn’t just 1:1 wire connection.
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