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Custard Pi range of accessories for the Raspberry Pi

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Custard Pi Range - a range of cards that plug into the GPIO connector of the Raspberry Pi and provide a variety of options.

 

All the cards are available ready built or as a kit of parts. Some electronic experience will be necessary to assemble and solder the kit of parts. The original Custard Pi 1 & 2 use non-stackable connectors. This means that once the board is plugged into the Raspberry Pi, nothing else can be plugged into the GPIO. Custard Pi 3,4 @ 5 use stackable connectors, so that a “tower” of add on boards can be plugged in if required. Custard Pi 6 is too large to be plugged directly into the Raspberry Pi and uses a ribbon cable.

 

Custard Pi 1 - Break out board with built in protection for the Raspberry Pi

 

Custard Pi 1A - Break out board for the Raspberry Pi

 

Custard Pi 2 - Analogue and digital I/O for the Raspberry Pi

 

Custard Pi 3 - 8 analogue (using 12 bit A to D) input card with stackable connector for the Raspberry Pi

 

Custard Pi 4 - Custard Pi 4 - 8 Digital I/O card using I2C for the Raspberry Pi GPIO

 

Custard Pi 5 - Break out board with built in protection for 8 digital I/O with stackable connector for the Raspberry Pi

 

Custard Pi 6 - 8 relay card with ribbon connector for the Raspberry Pi

 

Custard Pi 7 - Industrial Control  interface for the Raspberry Pi

 

Custard Pi 8 - SMT and through hole prototyping board

 

Custard Pi 21 - Breakout Board for Raspberry Pi with 40 pin GPIO

 

 

Enclosures for the Raspberry Pi

 

Pi Casing - A flexible project case for the Raspberry Pi

 

Pi Base - The flexible support frame for the Raspberry Pi