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The Humble Pi is is a full size add on board for the popular Raspberry Pi mini computer. The main specifications are:
Dimensions: 84.6mm x 55.5mm x 11.5mm (14.9 with optional DC jack)
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The Humble Pi regulator kit - http://shop.ciseco.co.uk/voltage-regulator-kit-for-humble-pi/
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Posted by Unknown on 14th Jan 2013
Arrived promptly and intact and lived up to what it claimed.
Posted by Phil Atkin on 13th Jan 2013
I'm hand-building a small set of PIANAs (http://raspberrypisynthesizer.blogspot.co.uk) and the Humble Pi was exactly what I needed, and the price is insane. Thanks guys!
Posted by eba on 1st Nov 2012
Posted by nw on 9th Oct 2012
this is a good board - professionally produced and finsihed. It has a power and ground rail and all the holes are plated thru. The RPi GPIO pins break out to a a double row of PTH which can take a break out header (the GPIO numbers on silkscreen don't align to RPi programming numbers). There are two rows of pads x3 holes connected together which make it very easy to hook up lEDs, switches, temp sensors etc. There are also some pads which are designed to take a voltage regulator.
I could wish CISECO show a pad layout/artwork for this board to explain the design intended for the Vreg and also a translation for the GPIO I/O numbers to the numbers used in RPi Python programming.
Posted by Unknown on 17th Sep 2012
Used this to make a custom arduino pi add on board. Now I have a raspduino! Espicially like the plastic screw to support the opposite side of the board.
Posted by Unknown on 14th Sep 2012
With a case from ModMyPi
I built a DS1307 RTC on the board. It fits inside the case and there's plenty of space for other 'extras' as and when needed.
Posted by David on 13th Sep 2012
It is a cheap but well made board.
The power connector placing means the mounting hole by it is unusable.
It came with a nylon screw and nut, why, what for? If the screw was 3mm longer and there was another nut it could be fastened on as a pillar to stop the board shorting on the metal can by the USB connector. As it is it can't be fastened in place.
Posted by Unknown on 21st Aug 2012
Exactly what i was after and price was right. Cheers
Posted by Ruslan on 20th Aug 2012
Convenient layout, holes for screws.