T-Shape GPIO Extension Board with 40-pin Ribbon Cable for Raspberry Pi

T-Shape GPIO Extension Board with 40-pin Ribbon Cable for Raspberry Pi

4.7 (3 Reviews)
SKU: TS0480
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This T-shape extension board, as the name suggests, is to extend the GPIOs of a Raspberry Pi. Underneath the power and GND pins can be plugged into the + and – rails on a breadboard, making it easy and neat to connect. A filter capacitor is added between the power and GND for steady voltage output. With this T_Extension Board, you can make your experiments more conveniently and easily!

1. A T-shape Extension Board extends the pins of Raspberry Pi and can be directly plugged into a breadboard.
2. Separate UART pins, convenient for logging into the Raspberry Pi by serial port.
3. All pins are labeled with BCM, those on the right sequenced by wiringPi.
4. The power and GND pins underneath can be plugged into the power (+) and ground (-) rails on the breadboard.
5. With a power indicator LED, and well-designed socket in case of inverse cable connection

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T-Extension Board with 40-pin Ribbon Cable x 1

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Well, the fuses work... By JT 2019-11-05 00:04:14

Plugged the GPIO ribbon into my Pi upside-down and let some smoke escape from the fuses on the T Extension, but my Pi was perfectly fine! Glad the people at sunfounder are smarter than I am & built in some safety fuses!

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completely happy By stained 2018-05-17 18:08:37

I had been using rats nest wiring and decided to purchase this expansion board. The price was insignificant and sure made my tangle of wires into something I can make sense of. The expansion board is high quality and even the pin identification silk screening is completely readable. A quality board, a properly made cable, a very cheap price, and delivered very quickly. Can't go wrong.

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starsAwesome breakout board! By Dan B 2018-05-17 17:35:36

Was tired of trying to connect individual wires from the Pi to whatever. This breakout makes it SOOOO easy to do so! Also makes it easy if I need to disconnect the Pi and move it or do maintenance without worrying If I'm going to connect things back right. And if you're like me wondering which way it goes see the attached pic. :)

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