GrovePi+ are compatible with Pi 2, please check the details from Dexter's blog.
What is GrovePi+
GrovePi+ is add-on board with 15 Grove 4-pin interfaces that brings Grove sensors to the Raspberry Pi. It is the newest version compatible with Raspberry Pi model B/B+/A+/2/3 perfectly.
GrovePi+ is an easy-to-use and modular system for hardware hacking with the Raspberry Pi, no need for soldering or breadboards: plug in your Grove sensors and start programming directly. Grove is an easy to use collection of more than 100 inexpensive plug-and-play modules that sense and control the physical world. By connecting Grove Sensors to Raspberry Pi, it empowers your Pi in the physical world. With hundreds of sensors to choose from Grove families, the possibilities for interaction are endless.
NOTE: The Raspberry Pi board is not included.
What is New
Compatible with Raspberry Pi model B/B+/A+/2/3 perfectly
Faster SPI and higher reliability UART connections
Easier to assemble camera cables and LCD cables
Simplified procedures of firmware update
How to use
Step 1 - Slip the GrovePi+ board over your Raspberry Pi
Step 2 - Connect the Grove modules to the GrovePi+ board
Step 3 - Upload your program to Raspberry Pi
Step 4 - Begin taking in the world data
|Dimensions||88mm x58mm x23mm|
|Grove header Vcc output Voltage||5Vdc|
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GrovePi is an add-on board that brings Grove Sensors to the Raspberry Pi. As a new version of GrovePi. It adds support for the newly RaspberryPi Model B+ and Model A+.
We confirm the Grove-EMG Detector can be used along with a GrovePi+ and a Raspberry Pi2.
Can I use a 40-pin cable to connect the Raspberry Pi 3B to this Grove Shield for Pi? e.g. "GPIO Extension Cable For Raspberry Pi B+ 40P" by Elecrow. I do not want the Grove P+ to sit on top of the Raspberry Pi, but instead connect using a 40-pin cable, and also I can switch to connect the Raspberry Pi to a breadboard.Question by: Alex Chu on 2019-03-17 06:48:13
Hi Alex, As long as you plug all the GrovePi+ pins into the corresponding GPIO interface, you can use it normally. So you can use this 40-pin cableAnswer by: admin on 2019-03-18 11:00:23
The Pi can run more than one program at once. Since I do not know what Pi GPIO pins are taken, does the Grove limit the Pi to running "Grove only tasks"? Are the balance of the Pi's pins still usable for other things? Thanks...Question by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:30:37
Hi Dear Customer, GPIO 04,17,21,2225,24,23,18 are free. For more info, please refer to schematic. https://github.com/SeeedDocument/GrovePi_Plus/raw/master/res/GrovePi%2B%20v3.0%20Sch.pdf thanks BillAnswer by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:30:37
Question by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:21:25
Yes,it is compatible,you can use it with pi 3Answer by: admin on 2018-12-18 02:21:25