(as of Jan 30,2023 10:26:11 UTC – Details)
Sense HAT (B) for Raspberry Pi, Onboard Multi Powerful Sensors, Supports External Sensors
The Sense HAT (B) is specially designed for Raspberry Pi, integrates multi powerful sensors such as gyroscope, accelerometer, magnetometer, barometer,
temperature and humidity sensor, etc. It is communicated via I2C interface, and allows to connect more external sensors if you need.
Trying to make the Pi become a robot that can detect movement and orientation? Or using the Pi to collect environmental temperature, humidity, and
barometric pressure data? This HAT would be your ideal choice.
Operating voltage: 3.3V
Communication interface: I2C
Logic level: 3.3V
Dimensions: 65mm x 30.5mm
What’s on Board
Raspberry Pi GPIO connector: for connecting with Raspberry Pi
Sensor Interface: for external sensors
I2C extension header: for connecting host boards like Arduino/STM32
ICM-20948: 9-axis movement sensor
SHTC3: temperature and humidity sensor
TCS34725: color sensor
LPS22HB: barometric pressure sensor
ADS1015: 12-bit ADC
LSF0204PWR: 4-ch voltage level translator
RT9193-18: 1.8V linear regulator
RT9193-33: 3.3V linear regulator
Sense HAT (B) x1 RPi screws pack (2pcs) x1
2x20PIN female header x1
Note:Raspberry Pi and external sensors are NOT included.
More resources are provided , please contact us via Amazon message to get if it is needed.
This Sense HAT onboard standard Raspberry Pi 40PIN GPIO extension header ,supports Raspberry Pi series boards.
Onboard ICM20948 (3-axis accelerometer, 3-axis gyroscope, and 3-axis magnetometer), detects movement, orientation, and magnetic
Onboard SHTC3 digital temperature and humidity sensor, allows monitoring the environment.Onboard LPS22HB barometric pressure sensor, allows monitoring the environment
Onboard TCS34725 color sensor, identifies the color of nearby object.Onboard ADS1015 ADC, 4-ch 12-bit precision, AD expansion to support more external sensors
Brings I2C control pins, for connecting other host boards like STM32.Comes with development resources and manual (examples for Raspberry Pi/STM32)