Raspberry Pi Expansion Connector Accessory Kit

Raspberry Pi Expansion Connector Accessory Kit


As a low-cost, high-performance computer, the Raspberry Pi simplifies coding basics, prototyping, and hardware/software interaction for Makers. The platform finds a home in any number of applications while becoming increasingly popular for IoT connectivity.

Samtec's Raspberry Pi Expansion Connector Accessory Kit (Samtec P/N: SBM-RASPBERRY-PI-KIT) allows for continued growth and stacking of Raspberry Pi-based systems using standard IDC cables, socket strips and shrouded terminals.

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