8BCraft PCB

Rated 1.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

32.48$

This is now pre-order for v1.3. They will ship early september.

V1.2. Good news this new version will enable to play and charge at the same time.
Changes from V1.1 : LEDs don’t show the same, now LED 1 means system is ON, LED 2 means battery is low, LED3 ON + LED4 ON/OFF Means it’s charging, LED3 OFF LED4 ON means charge is done.

Button with the lightning bolt is not longer battery indicator, it is now GPIO button

This PCB is an extension board for raspberry pi zero v1.3 (not compatible with v1.2 , if you buy a new raspberry pi zero from official supplier then it will be a v1.3). It is also compatible with raspberry pi zero W.

When we say that it is not compatible it means that the pogo pins will not align and make contact correcty. But it can be used with pi zero v1.2/other pis if you solder wires between the boards.

SKU: 8BC-PCB Category:

Description

This PCB is an extension board for raspberry pi zero v1.3 (not compatible with v1.2 , if you buy a new raspberry pi zero from official supplier then it will be a v1.3). It is also compatible with raspberry pi zero W.

Functions :

  • USB hub with 4 USB output : 2 USB connector, 1 JST PH 2.0 4 pin connector, 1 output on pads on the PCB
  • Audio output manager for the pi zero, gets the signal from the GPIO 13 and 18 and output it through 3.5 audio jack or through a 2W amplifier. Speaker can be connected to 2pins 2.0mm pitch JST PH connector
  • Battery manager : can manage 3.7V lithium polymer batteries, charge and discharge with LED to indicate battery level. JST PH 2.0pitch connector for battery. Small on/off switch. Micro-USB for charging.
  • LCD : Transform the analog signal from the raspberry pi zero (or other source) to RGB 24 bits that can be displayed on the 3.5″ LCD screen.

Current version : V1.3

Additional information

Weight 0.1 kg

1 review for 8BCraft PCB

  1. Rated 1 out of 5

    Jean-Daniel St-Cyr (verified owner)

    My PCB has litteraly burn… A SNES game was running and at the same time I was beginning to charge the console. At this time the PCB was doing electrical noises until the battery was empty.

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