Questions tagged [hat]

A "hat" is an add on board designed specifically to fit on top of the pi via the GPIO header. They have a small EEPROM chip which is used to configure them, but may be built to serve any purpose.

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Disabling Hat EEPROM scan

How do I free the Hat EEPROM I2C bus (bus 0?) on a + model? I ask because the primary bus is blocked by an TFT I'm using, and I want to solder nothing to the Pi GPIO.
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Why does the Sense Hat / Astro Pi show the wrong temperature and humidity?

I recently bought the sense-hat, previously called astro-pi. Unfortunately the temperature shows 28 to 31 degrees Celsius from both temperature sensors on the board. They often show around 30 degrees ...
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sense hat sample “snake” returns “event device not found” error

My "sense hat" sits ontop of a raspberry pi 3. I've completed the installation instructions found at https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/hardware/sense-hat/ lexu:~> sudo apt-get update lexu:~...
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Can I use a DHT22 sensor with the servo hat installed on my RPi-3?

the title pretty much says it all... My son an I are doing some robotics experimenting with the RPi-2 and RPi-3, we are using the Servo Hat to control several servos on them. We would like to ...
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Raspberry Pi Sense HAT on Rpi 3?

I have a question to ask you guys. Can I use the Raspberry Pi Sense HAT (the one used in Astro Pi) with the Raspberry Pi 3 without having any kind of problems? Thanks in advance!
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How to detect what kind of HAT or GPIO board is plugged in - if any?

I am setting up some Raspberry Pis for use in demos to colleagues, in order to show off capabilities of the Pi itself, and of some of the add-on boards that are available. I would really like to be ...