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Arcade Bonnet

This Adafruit Arcade Bonnet is designed to make small emulator projects a little easier to build. Here are the board's features:

It is the same size as a Pi Zero, so for really compact builds, this is super small. You can use it with a Pi 2, 3, B+ or any 2x20 connector Pi.

It has JST sockets so you can plug in six arcade buttons easily.

Header breakouts for use with both clicky-type switched joysticks and...

Header breakout and converter for using analog-type joysticks or thumbsticks with potentiometers inside

A 3W speaker output that can drive 4-8 ohm speakers for when using with a TV output, HDMI display or PiTFT.

Switches are all managed with an I2C-GPIO converter with interrupt out. The converter is very fast and frees up all the pins so you can use this Bonnet with a PiTFT or any other accessory/device that uses a lot of pins!

To install:

curl -O https://raw.githubusercontent.com/adafruit/Raspberry-Pi-Installer-Scripts/master/arcade-bonnet.sh
sudo bash arcade-bonnet.sh
curl -sS https://raw.githubusercontent.com/adafruit/Raspberry-Pi-Installer-Scripts/master/i2samp.sh | bash

Détails

  • fabriqué par Adafruit
  • carte au format pHAT
  • alimentation 5v et 3v3
  • 5 broches GPIO actives
  • communication par bus I2C
  • 0x26: MCP23017
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Arcade Bonnet