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20 days ago

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jalapeno

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Hi - NEWB here !

So I want to stack a Pi 4 B, 2xIOPlus HATs and a GPIO connector HAT.  There's not a lot of clearance for putting connectors on the bus 1 & 2 connectors. For my successful experiments I've soldered a 2x10 pin header, and used breadboard jumper cables.

For the finished project I am thinking of cutting down a 2x20 right angled female socket and using those, but I'm then reduced to breadboard style jumpers to connect to the devices - anyone got any better ideas (other than the obvious of soldering wires direct to the IO Plus board) ?

 

20 days ago

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jalapeno

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Should have read further down for an answer .... https://www.abelectronics.co.uk/forums/thread/321/right-angle-connectors

It's a hoot that the sockets, plugs & connectors cost more than 2xIO Plus boards !  ;)

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