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Grove Base Hat for Raspberry Pi
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This product is fully compatible with Raspberry Pi 4 (1GB, 2GB,4GB) and hopes you enjoy hacking with Pi 4 and all of other Pi 4 accessories.
Today, the grove series of sensors, actuators, and displays have grown into a large family. More and more grove modules will join the whole Grove ecosystem in the future. We see the Grove helps hundreds of thousands of makers, engineers, teachers, students and even artists to learn, to make, to create...We always feel it is our responsibility to make the Grove module compatible with more platforms. Now we bring you the Grove Base Hat for Raspberry Pi and Grove Base Hat for Raspberry Pi Zero, in another word, we bring the Raspberry Pi the whole Grove System.
The Grove Base Hat for Raspberry Pi provide Digital/Analog/I2C/PWM/UART port to meet all your needs. With the help of the build-in MCU, a 12-bit 8 channel ADC is also available for Raspberry Pi.
Currently, more than 60 groves have supported the Grove Base Hat for Raspberry Pi . In addition, we will continue to add new compatible modules to the compatible list, the more you use, the more grove will be added.
Compared with Grove Pi+, the Grove Base Hat for Raspberry Pi does not use the ATMEGA chip for data conversion, so it runs faster. We provide the Raspberry Pi driver for Grove Base Hat for Raspberry Pi. What's more, Grove Base Hat for Raspberry Pi is much more cost-effective. In other words, we lowered the threshold for using the grove series on the Raspberry Pi. We hope you like it, enjoy :D
This hat do not contain a Raspberry Pi, the second picture is just a connection diagram. If you need one, you can click Raspberry Pi.
Support Raspberry pi 2/ 3B/3B+/4/Zero
build-in MCU STM32
Multi-type Grove port
Compatible : Raspberry Pi 4
Grove Base Hat for Raspberry Pi Eagle Files
Seeed Grove.py Library
This is the wiki page for this product, which will show you how to use the product, as well as details about the software and hardware.
Hi Melvin, I'm sorry but we haven't tested it with Grove Base Hat yet.
Thanks for the inputs. Do you mean the differences between Grovepi+ and Grove Base Hat for Raspberry Pi？Here are the answers.
* Explain difference between 'Base' and 'Regular' Grove Breakouts? I presume main difference is one runs at 3.3V vs 5V - which is not clear. Are there other differences/reasons to 'upgrade'?
Grovepi+ is designed with AVR MCU，which routes the analog/digital signals to MCU and then transfers to I2C singals connecting with Raspberry pi. It also has the level conveter and the working voltage is 5V.
Grove Base Hat for Raspberry Pi just uses the STM32 MCU and routes the analog signals to I2C signals and then connecting with Raspberry pi. But connect the digtial to Raspberry Pi directly. It gets power supply from Raspberry Pi and the working voltage is 3.3V.
* A one-pager comparing the different Pi breakouts could be useful.
We added a table on the Grove Base Hat for Raspberry Pi wiki page. You can press Ctrl+F5 to refresh the page.
* When searching for Raspberry Pi Breakouts, the 'Base' ones do not appear in product drop-down listing, just the 'Regular'.
It is included in the Raspberry Pi Breakouts, There are 3 pages and it is included. :)
* In your Wiki, you may want to make clearer which breakouts are current and old/obsolete.
Both of them are not eol. We will continue to sales them as they have different functions.
* In your Wiki, there didn't seem an easy way to get back to your main page / shop. Suggest you change your top-left logo to link to main page.
I see the GrovePi Plus does not have the bazaar links. I will update this morning.
Really appreciate your inputs and suggestions. thanks.
Hi there~ Of cause you can, just please pay attention to the use of pins to prevent pin conflicts. Regards
Hi there~ Unfotunately, we do not have the win10 IOT drivers for this hat yet. However we have several Grove modules drivers for WIN10 IOT based on Grove Pi+. It may help you
Hi there~ Do you mean Raspberry 1B? This hat support Raspberry 2/ 3 B/B+ Zero. Regards