PIM003741.12" Mono OLED (128x128, white/black) Breakout. A crisp, bright 1.12" OLED that\'s ideal for adding a small display to your project. This 128x128 pixel, monochrome white/black display is ideal for graphing, readouts, and displaying basic icons.
PIM00377Breakout Garden HAT. Grow your projects on Breakout Garden. It\'s the easiest way to use breakouts with your Raspberry Pi. There\'s no soldering required, just pop up to six Pimoroni breakouts into the slots on Breakout Garden and get started coding and creating.
PIM00400GFX HAT - 128x64 LCD Display with RGB Backlight and Touch Buttons. A 128x64 pixel, 2.15" LCD display with snazzy six-zone RGB backlight and six capacitive touch buttons. GFX HAT makes an ideal display and interface for your headless Pi projects.
PIM00370HyperPixel 4.0 - Hi-Res Display for Raspberry Pi - Non-Touch. A high-resolution, high-speed 4.0" TFT display for your Raspberry Pi with optional capacitive multi-touch! HyperPixel 4.0 is the perfect way to use your Pi without a bunch of cables or a bulky display. Design your own interface to control your project, display data, or turn your Pi into a tiny...
PIM00375A really sophisticated and accurate colour and luminance sensor breakout that\'s Raspberry Pi and Arduino compatible. As well as detecting RGB colour and light level, it has added bells and whistles like 50/60Hz light noise rejection, a wide detection range, and two illumination LEDs.
PIM00376This 6 Degrees of Freedom Motion Sensor Breakout can detect acceleration in three axes - X, Y, and Z - as well as three axes of magnetic heading. It\'s ideal for building into robots, rockets, and rovers, or anywhere else where you want to measure motion accurately. It\'s compatible with Raspberry Pi or Arduino.
PIM00373An all-singing, all-dancing time of flight distance sensor that uses PEW PEW LASERS (low-powered ones), our VL53L1X breakout is easy to use with Raspberry Pi or Arduino alike! These low-power-laser-based time of flight sensors have great accuracy and sampling frequency, and this particular sensor has a wide range of detection, from 4cm to 4 metres.
PIM00354LED Shim is a 28 tiny RGB LED pixels in a single row that just slip right onto your Pi\'s pins, no soldering required! LED SHIM is ideal for status updates, notifications, a VU meter, or as a bar graph for sensor readings.
PIM00260A robot friend to sit on your desk and scroll the news, weather, or your Twitter feed - Scroll Bot! The Scroll Bot Kit* combines the Pi Zero W with our new swish Scroll pHAT HD board, and masquerades as a friendly orange robot, perfect for sitting on your desk or on a shelf.
SER00806The Cluster HAT interfaces a (Controller) Raspberry Pi A+/B+/2/3 with 4 Raspberry Pi Zeros (NOT included). Configured to use USB Gadget mode, it is an ideal tool for teaching, testing or simulating small scale clusters.
PIM00170Need to detach or debug your HAT? Then the Mini Black HAT Hack3r is for you! A nifty little tool that lets you access all of the GPIO pins while also running a HAT. Ideal for debugging your HAT projects or combining a HAT with other circuits.
PIM00322A preposterous pile of peripherals on your Pi! Mix and match 3 HATs or 5 pHATs into a platter of functionality. Use pHAT Stack for specific setups and projects, or just as a handy way to use several HATs or pHATs at once.
PIM00271Power your Pi with a wide range of input voltages from 3 to 16V. Wide Input SHIM lets you use a range of different power supplies with your Pi, including the ubiquitous 12V barrel jack power supplies. It\'s super-skinny, so you can solder it straight to your Pi\'s pins and still use HATs and pHATs on top.
PIM00181Enviro pHAT packs 4 different sensors, letting you measure temperature, pressure, light level, colour, 3-axis motion, compass heading, and analog inputs. That\'s up to 10 different variables! It\'s ideal for monitoring conditions in your house, garage, or galleon. Set up a web server with Flask and remotely monitor everything from anywhere.
PIM00267The ultimate audio add-on for your Pi! pHAT BEAT gives you high-quality, digital, amplified, stereo audio and 16 beautiful little RGB LEDs, in two rows of 8, that are ideal as a VU meter, and 6 buttons to control your audio.
PIM00011The nylon screws provided are long enough to work with all of the relevant cases, though if you find they are protruding too far from the case of your choice you can easily trim them down using some cutting pliers. Just remember to use eye protection when cutting!
PIM00309This diffuser will give your pHAT lovely bokeh! Cut from the finest frosted perspex, this little diffusion layer will soften the lights from your Scroll pHAT HD, Unicorn pHAT, or any other pHAT with lovely, blinky lights of your choosing.
PIM00266Four Letter pHAT has four 14-segment displays that you can use to display text, numbers, and a host of other characters. Its LEDs are a beautiful retro green, just like you old digital alarm clock. They\'re driven by the HT16K33 chip over I2C.
PIM00186Micro Dot pHAT Full kit Red: An unashamedly old school LED matrix display board, made up of six LED matrices each 5x7 pixels (for an effective display area of 30x7) plus a decimal point, using the beautiful little Lite-On LTP-305 matrices. Use between 1 and 6 matrices in your choice of green and/or red. Perfect for building a retro scrolling message...
PIM00187An unashamedly old school LED matrix display board, made up of six LED matrices each 5x7 pixels (for an effective display area of 30x7) plus a decimal point, using the beautiful little Lite-On LTP-305 matrices. Use between 1 and 6 matrices in your choice of green and/or red. Perfect for building a retro scrolling message display, a tiny 30-band spectrum...
PIM00301Button SHIM gives you five handy, physical buttons and an RGB status LED, and it\'s HAT and pHAT-compatible! Our SHIM-format boards are designed to slip neatly onto your Pi\'s GPIO pins and still allow you to use HATs and pHATs at the same time. Or solder the included female header onto Button SHIM and use it as a standalone board. The buttons and status...
PIM00137The Explorer pHAT is the perfect prototyping side-kick for your Raspberry Pi! Based on our very popular Explorer Hat Pro this is a smaller cheaper version designed to fit perfectly on a Raspberry Pi Zero!
PIM00138If music be the food of love, play on. But make sure you use this super little DAC to get the best out of your Raspberry Pi audio! The pHAT DAC provides a super affordable high-quality DAC for the Raspberry Pi. Pumping out 24-bits at 192KHz of audio goodness from the Raspberry Pi\'s I2S interface on the 2x20 pin GPIO header.
PIM00268What if Scroll pHAT had twice times as many pixels and individual brightness control? Scroll pHAT HD, that\'s what!! Scroll pHAT HD packs 17x7 bright white pixels (119 total) onto a single pHAT, and gives you full PWM brightness control over each pixel. Create beautiful animations and even anti-aliased text by taking advantage of the per-pixel brightness.
PIM00254Turn your Pi into a Lilliputian ghetto blaster with Speaker pHAT! Speaker pHAT crams an I2S DAC and mono amplifier, a tiny 8O 2W speaker, and a 10 LED bar graph all onto one teeny little pHAT. It\'s the neatest way to add audio to you Pi project, and its beautiful artwork evokes an 80s boombox!
PIM00272Six touch-sensitive buttons to use for whatever your heart desires, with added LEDs (did you expect anything less?). Touch pHAT has six capacitive touch buttons, each with a bright white LED, designed to be completely agnostic about what they\'re used for. You can even use a dry erase pen to write on the pads to label their function.
PIM00168What\'s going to protect your beloved Raspberry Pi from an onslaught of rainbow-coloured fusion? That\'s right, it\'s the Unicorn pHAT. Compatible with Raspberry Pi 3, 2, B+, A+, and Zero. Sporting a matrix of 32 (8 x 4) RGB LEDs and powered directly from the Pi this is the most compact pocket aurora available.
PIM00185The tiny little LiPo/LiIon power supply shim for all versions of Raspberry Pi! We love mobile projects but having a discrete, slick, and tidy power supply solution is always tricky. The Zero LiPo aims to give you the most compact Raspberry Pi power supply possible.
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