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Stackable HATs have become the de facto standard in the Raspberry Pi community, but stacking HATs together can make them difficult to get to, awkward to maintain and can lead to excessive heat build-up.
HAT RACK solves this by separating the stack into an easier to manage array.
Stackable and non-stackable HATs can be used together!
Power-in terminal allows provision for power from an external source if needed.
Quickly add or remove HATs without the need to dismantle a stack.
No wiring, no ribbon cables, no adaptors, just plug & play!
Supports universal DIN rail mounts for quick installation and system integration.
Board-to-board interconnects allow multiple boards to be daisy chained together seamlessly.
Clear and descriptive pinout markings using BCM pin numbering scheme.
External power in for when you need more power to your array of HATs or pHATs!
Full gold flash plated contacts ensure high reliability and durability even in high cycle applications.
HAT RACK can be configured in loads of different ways. Each board supports 3 HATs or 6 pHATs with a Raspberry Pi or Pi Zero mounted in 1 of 2 positions.
Available as a ready to use board, a solder yourself kit, or plain PCB without the parts, you can install just the headers you need. It’s also backwards compatible with our DINPi board.
Your home is personal, so your home automation system should be too!
Combine any number of Raspberry Pi add-on boards to create your own ideal automation system. The modular plug & play design means it's easy to maintain and expandable!
HAT RACK is the ideal solution for industrial control applications where conventional PLCs may offer capabilities beyond the requirements of small scale manufacturing, machining or prototyping.
Developers can rapidly implement dedicated industrial automation systems using Raspberry Pi add-on boards.
We're big supporters of Raspberry Pi and what it can offer to educators. That's why we're offering a whopping 40% discounted HAT RACK classroom pack!
Suited to a class of 30, each student can experiment with various add-on boards available for Raspberry Pi. Daisy chain class projects together and teach students the principles of bus based electronics.