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Raspberry Pi stackable Arduino compatible board

Posted on Monday, August 27th, 2012 in Arduino, dev boards by DP

Osbock let us know about his Raspberry Pi stackable Arduino compatible board design. An Arduino is gently introduces to a Raspberry Pi header. Most will find the UART connection the easiest way to communicate between the boards.

A header is available for the Fastrax UP501 GPS, DS3234 real time clock, Micro-SD card slot, and a row of servo headers connected to the PWM outputs.

Via the forum.

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