Pi 3 Click Board Shield
By adding two mikroBUS sockets to your Raspberry Pi 3, the Pi 3 Click Shield allows you to experiment with hundreds of Click Board™s from our ever expanding range. WiFi, Lora, Bluetooth, GSM, GPS, RFID, OLED, speech recognition, environmental sensors, movement sensors, biosensors, LEDs, relays, ' you name it, we got it!.
The Pi 3 Click Shield is compatible with Raspberry Pi 3 model B, 2 B, 1 A+ and B+.
Make your Raspberry Pi 3 Compatible with Click Board™s
By adding two mikroBUS sockets to your Raspberry Pi 3, the Pi 3 Click shield allows you to experiment with hundreds of Click Board™s' from our ever expanding range.WiFi, Lora, Bluetooth, GSM, GPS, RFID, OLED, speech recognition, environmental sensors, movement sensors, biosensors, LEDs, relays, you name it, we got it! .
The Pi 3 Click shield is compatible with Raspberry Pi 3 model B, 2 B, 1 A+ and B+. The shield has an on-board ADC which enables the measuring of the analogue levels. Since the Raspberry Pi' doesn't have an analogue pin on the expansion connector, by adding an ADC we've enabled the usage of any Click Board™' from our offer.
The ADC on-board is the MCP3204 12-bit Analogue-to-Digital Converter from Microchip. It also has a switch selector which allows the pin on the mikroBUS to be directed to GPIO or to the ADC. Because of the reference voltage which is 4.096V, the ADC works on 5V, and since the Raspberry Pi' GPIO voltage level is 3.3V, voltage translator is needed. That's why we've included TXB0106 voltage translator from Texas Instruments.
This shield has two mikroBUS sockets so that you can add hundreds Click Board™s' from our ever expanding range.
The package includes single 2 x 20 female sockets and 2 x 12mmm spacer with 2 screws.
Software examples for Click Board™s' are available on Libstock, giving you a repository of working code - a great starting point for your own projects.
Raspberry Pi 3 Model B Pinout
Pi 3 Model B has the same layout as the Pi 1 Model A+, Pi 1 B+ and Pi 2 Model B.
Picture on the right shows Pi 3 Click shield connected to the Raspberry Pi' 3 model B, picture on the left shows the connected shield along with two Click Board™s': Ozone 2 and GNSS 5 Click.
Along with Pi 3 Click shield, we are providing examples of usage for SPI, I2C and UART peripherals for our Click Board™s'. They are written in Python programming language. There is also an example of usage for the ADC integrated on the Pi 3 shield. More details about examples and examples code can be found on our Libstock and GitHub pages.
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