There’s handy labels for all of the pins, with BCM pin numbering on one side, and more descriptive labels on the other to show where the I2C, UART, SPI, PWM, and I2S pins are. You can solder the Pico HAT Hacker either way up, depending on which set of labels you find most useful.
- BCM and descriptive pin labelling
- Mounting holes (M2.5)
- 0.8mm thick PCB
- Compatible with Raspberry Pi 3, 2, B+, A+, Zero, and Zero W
- You’ll need to pick up an extra 40-pin male header to solder onto Pico HAT Hacker
- Be sparing with the solder when soldering Pico HAT Hacker onto the pins of your Pi, otherwise the solder will wick up the pins and you’ll find it awkward to fit HATs/pHATs on top
- Dimensions: 65x19x0.8mm (LxWxH)