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Note: photos show R1-R3 boards. You will receive a R4 board.
MightyHat is a RaspberryPi Hat add-on board featuring:
- ATMega328P based microcontroller allows power management (shutdown/reboot) from the push of a button
- Can easily be used to turn your Pi into an IoT Gateway for sub-ghz networks powered by compatible transceivers (all RFM69 and LoRa)
- This board is footprint compatible with RFM69W/HW and RFM95/96 transceivers
- optional LCD for status and messaging
- 2 general purpose user buttons
- LithiumPolymer backup UPS (uninterruptible power supply) functionality for the Pi
- Battery is kept charged while USB power is present
Kit includes the following components:
- MightyHat main board (no headers soldered)
- Pi mating long headers (2x20) - these allow your Pi's GPIO to be reused ontop of the MightyHat or can be trimmed off if desired
- Power control red/green tactile button - this can produce red/green and orange (combine R+G)
- Reset tactile button (resets Atmega328p)
- Slide switch (introduced in R2).
- Two long actuator tactile buttons (introduced in R2)
mounting hardware kit (mounts the PiHat ontop your Pi through 4 main mounting holes):
- 4*17mm standoffs
- 8*M2.5 screws
- 1x6 right angled FTDI header - allows programming the Hat when your Pi is turned off
- Nokia 5110 84x48 monochrome LCD
- Male or female right angle extension header that brings out all the Pi GPIO to a convenient side access position
- 2.1mm power jack (power your Pi through this jack instead of uUSB)
SMA connector (datasheet) you can solder on the side of the PCB (you will need to ensure your antenna has a mating male SMA connector):
- Piezo buzzer
- Your choice of RFM69 or LoRa transceiver (will be soldered and tested with the board when you include it). The transceiver option also comes with a basic monopole wire antenna.
- Laser cut acrylic case (on special request only)
- Lithium Polymer Battery (only required if you need backup power)
Instructions, assembly and programming: see the MightyHat Guide
Transceivers: see the Moteino Transceivers Guide