The Raspberry Pi is a popular series of single board computers developed by the Raspberry Pi foundation in the United Kingdom. The original Raspberry Pi was released in 2012 and since then several different models have been developed from the low cost Raspberry Pi Zero to the high performance Raspberry Pi 3. Designed originally for the education market the Raspberry Pi has become popular within the electronics maker community with millions of people using them for their own projects.
To assist you in the development of your projects we have designed a range of expansion boards that will allow you to expand the capabilities of the Raspberry Pi. We have designed both analogue and digital interfaces that make it easy to add sensors, inputs and outputs on your Raspberry Pi. All of our most popular boards are available for the full size Raspberry Pi as well as the newer and smaller Raspberry Pi Zero.
1 Wire interface for the Raspberry Pi
1 Wire interface for the Raspberry Pi Zero
8 Channel 18 bit Analogue to Digital converter for the Raspberry Pi
8 Channel Analogue to Digital converter for the Raspberry Pi
2 Channel ADC and 2 Channel DAC for the Raspberry Pi Zero, 1A, 1B, 2, and 3
Prototyping board for Raspberry Pi + and 2
Prototyping board for Raspberry Pi Zero
Expansion interface for the Raspberry Pi
4 channel I2C Switch for the Raspberry Pi
32 channel I/O expander for the Raspberry Pi
16 channel I/O expander for the Raspberry Pi Zero
RS485 interface for the Raspberry Pi
Real-time clock for the Raspberry Pi
RS232 serial interface for the Raspberry Pi+ and Raspberry Pi 2
RS232 serial interface for the Raspberry Pi Zero
16-channel, 12-bit PWM controller for driving LEDs and RC servos.
Mounting kit to use on our Raspberry Pi boards
Mounting kit to use on our Raspberry Pi + and 2 boards