Assembled Pi T-Cobbler Plus - GPIO Breakout [Pi A+, B+, Pi 2, Pi 3, Zero]

Assembled Pi T-Cobbler Plus - GPIO Breakout [Pi A+, B+, Pi 2, Pi 3, Zero] Australia
Assembled Pi T-Cobbler Plus - GPIO Breakout [Pi A+, B+, Pi 2, Pi 3, Zero] Australia Assembled Pi T-Cobbler Plus - GPIO Breakout [Pi A+, B+, Pi 2, Pi 3, Zero] Australia Assembled Pi T-Cobbler Plus - GPIO Breakout [Pi A+, B+, Pi 2, Pi 3, Zero] Australia Assembled Pi T-Cobbler Plus - GPIO Breakout [Pi A+, B+, Pi 2, Pi 3, Zero] Australia Assembled Pi T-Cobbler Plus - GPIO Breakout [Pi A+, B+, Pi 2, Pi 3, Zero] Australia
Product ID: AF-2028

$12.72

We have 81 units of the Assembled Pi T-Cobbler Plus - GPIO Breakout [Pi A+, B+, Pi 2, Pi 3, Zero] in stock at our Sydney warehouse.

If ordered before 2pm, this part would be delivered on or before Wednesday, Dec 19 to most parts of Australia.

We can get a further 100 units from Adafruit Australia.
If you order today we can dispatch this stock between Thursday, Dec 20 and Tuesday, Dec 25 2018.

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Description

This is the assembled version of the Pi T-Cobbler Plus.  It only works with the Raspberry Pi Model Zero, A+, B+, Pi 2,Pi 3! (Any Pi with 2x20 connector)

The Raspberry Pi has landed on the Maker World like a 40-GPIO pinned, quad-USB ported, credit card sized bomb of DIY joy. And while you can use most of our great Model B accessories by hooking up our downgrade cable, its probably a good time to upgrade your set up and accessorize using all of the 40 pins.

That's why we now carry the Assembled Adafruit Pi T-Cobbler Plus - Breakout + Cable for Raspberry Pi. This Cobbler is in a fancy T-shape, which is not as compact, but is a little easier to read the labels. We also have the more compact original Cobbler Plus.

The T-Cobbler Plus is an add on prototyping board from Adafruit specifically designed for the 2x20 connector-type Raspberry Pi, and can break out all those tasty power, GPIO, I2C and SPI pins from the 40-pin header onto a solderless breadboard. This set will make "cobbling together" prototypes with the Pi super easy.

Each order comes with a 40 pin ribbon cable and assembled T-Cobbler Plus. You can plug the 40-pin GPIO cable between the Pi computer and the T-Cobbler breakout. The T-Cobbler can plug into any solderless breadboard (or even a prototyping board like the PermaProto). The T-Cobbler PCB has all the pins labeled nicely so you can go forth and build circuits without keeping a pin-out printout at your desk. We think this will make it more fun to expand the Pi and build custom circuitry with it.

Designed for use with any 2x20 connector Raspberry Pi.  No soldering required!

The Raspberry Pi, solderless breadboard, breadboarding wires, cables, components, power supply, etc are not included! We do stock many of those items in the shop, so check those out as well!

Click here if you're looking for the Assembled Pi T-Cobbler that works with the Raspberry Pi 1 Model A or B!

Assembled Pi T-Cobbler Plus - GPIO Breakout [Pi A+, B+, Pi 2, Pi 3, Zero] is listed in:
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