Tipping your Raspberry Pi FEZ HAT

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Description

So you have a Raspberry Pi. It's great, but hey, it's the Internet of Things, plural. It would be cool if there were an easy way to connect to a bunch of devices easily, and that there were already C# drivers available. Good thing there's now...

The FEZ HAT...The Ultimate Raspberry Pi Topping!

With our continued commitment to support Windows 10 on devices (the IoT extensions), we are proud to announce the FEZ HAT. The FEZ HAT allows for a Fast and Easy (FEZ) way to connect all kinds of sensors and devices to the Raspberry Pi. The FEZ HAT is compatible with the RPi 2 Model B. An entire C# driver is provided for immediate use with Windows 10, and can be easily ported to Linux. The FEZ HAT is the ultimate topping for your "Pi"!

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The FEZ HAT Key Features:

  • On-Board Analog Input and PWM chips.
  • Two DC Motor Drivers, suitable for building small robots.
  • Terminal Blocks for wiring in DC motors without the need for soldering.
  • Two Servo Motor Connections.
  • Two Multi Color LEDs, connected to PWM for thousands of colors.
  • Single Red LED.
  • Temperature Sensor.
  • Accelerometer.
  • Light Sensor.
  • Two user buttons.
  • Terminal block with 2x Analog, 2x Digital I/O, 2x PWM and power.
  • Female headers with SPI, I2C, 3x Analog, 3x PWM.
  • Dedicated power input for driving the servo motors and DC motors.
  • No Soldering required, completely assembled and tested.


FEZ HAT: http://www.ghielectronics.com/catalog/product/500
FEZ HAT C# Drivers: http://www.ghielectronics.com/downloads/src/FEZ_HAT.zip



Tags:

Coding4Fun, IoT

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    Devhammer

    Greg, thanks for posting about this. I just got a review unit from GHI last week, and already loving it. The ability to build a single UWP app that can run on desktop, tablet, phone, AND RPi2, and then add sensors and other hardware, is really cool.

    Love being able to leverage XAML and C# pretty much everywhere now.

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    Anonymouse

    So with and ?? software you can now play 4 sounds simultaneously that are stored on your microSD card? Might want to show if that were possible, and how to link, with some nice rich examples in UWP format.

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