Note: This case does not fit the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+
This is a 5 megapixel NoIR camera specifically designed for the Raspberry Pi. It is compatible with all revision of the Pi. The camera uses the OV5647 sensor in a fixed-focus module ensuring quality captures.
This 7 TFT capacitive touchscreen uses the HDMI interface for its display with a resolution of 800×480. The touch control uses a USB interface making it extremely easy to connect with the Raspberry Pi.
This compact expansion board plugs directly into the GPIO header on a Raspberry Pi B+ and provides an easy and low-cost solution for driving a pair of small brushed DC motors. Its integrated DRV8835 dual motor driver allows it to operate from 1.5 V to 11 V, making it a great control option for low-voltage motors. The board can deliver a continuous 1.2 A (1.5 A peak) per motor, or a continuous 2.4 A (3 A peak) to a single motor when configured with both channels connected in parallel.
It’s 10PM, do you know where your Raspberry Pi is If you had this GPS HAT, you would! This new HAT adds our celebrated Ultimate GPS on it, so you can add precision time and location to your Raspberry Pi Model A+, B+, or Pi 2. We spun up a HAT based on our Ultimate GPS, added a coin-cell holder for RTC usage, break-outs for all the Raspberry Pi’s extra pins, and plenty of prototyping area for adding LEDs, sensors, and more.
This is a great accessory for our resistive touch screen controller breakouts. Plug your 4-pin 1mm pitch FPC into the socket end and the other end into your controller board. The socket connector on the cable is symmetric so if it isn’t working the way you like, flip over the connector into the socket.