Raspberry Pi Pinout

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Servo/PWM HAT

The Adafruit Servo/PWM HAT allows you to drive up to 16 servos or PWM outputs over I2C with only 2 pins. The on-board PWM controller will drive all 16 channels simultaneously with no additional processing overhead for the Raspberry Pi. Using a binary addressing system set by jumpers you can solder on the PCB, it is possible to stack up to 62 HATs to control up to 992 servos, using nothing more than the I2C bus.

Important note: servos can use a lot of power and it is not a good idea to use the Raspberry Pi's 5v pin to power them up. Electrical noise and 'brownouts' from excess current draw could cause your Pi to act erratically, reset and/or overheat. Keep the Pi power supply and the servos power supply completely separate!

Détails

  • fabriqué par Adafruit
  • carte au format HAT
  • identification produit par EEPROM
  • alimentation 3v3
  • 2 broches GPIO actives
  • communication par bus I2C
  • 0x40: PCA9685
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Servo/PWM HAT