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Prototype HAT Shield

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Add-on for 2x13 or 2x20 2.5mm pitch SBCs (single-board computers) like Raspberry Pi2 and ODROID-C1+. For creation of circuits to use with compatible SBCs.


  • Designed for Raspberry Pi, but can be used with other SBCs with compatible pin layout.
  • Please note that the silk-screened labels apply to the Raspberry Pi and other SBCs may have a different layout.
  • 3.3V, 5V and GND rails connected on the backside to reduce wiring complexity.
  • 2 blocks of 5-pin-wide rows where each 5-pin row is connected on the backside (much like a breadboard) to reduce wiring complexity.
  • 4 brass standoffs, 4 nuts and 4 screws to securely attach to your SBC.
  • Raspberry Pi 0/1/2/3/4
  • ODROID-C1/C1+/C2 (2x20 pin header) - Pin numbers will vary
  • ODROID-W (with optional 2x13 pin header attached)
  • Banana Pi (2x13 pin header)
  • Banana Pro (2x20 pin header)
  • XU4 Shifter Shield (ODROID-XU4, XU3, XU3-Lite add-on that supplies 2x20 pin header) - Pin numbers will vary

Warranty is valid for two weeks, starting upon date of receipt.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
David Witten
Not ideal for my needs

I have bought a number of these, they are well made. But they have one important defect for my purposes:

The spacing of the pin holes across the central divide is not a multiple of 2.5 mm (0.1 in). Therefore it does not match the standard spacing for many important uses.

The DIP chips and modules such as the Arduino minis, AdaFruit Feathers, or SparkFun modules, etc. that I most want to mount on this board do not match the hole spacing. This is frustrating because there is no obvious reason for this non-standard spacing.

These boards seem most suitable for work with discrete components or simple mechanical support. More useful boards are available elsewhere.