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GPIO & NETHAT
#1
hello, we recently bought your product:
https://www.netiot.shop/epages/es767660....2F7775.000
We have already installed it and it works perfectly, but we need to use some GPIO from the raspberry, how can we do it?
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#2
Hi there,

using GPIOs of a RPi is documented on the very official Raspberry Pi pages, not in this forum.

Look here https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/usage/gpio/
You never fail until you stop trying.“, Albert Einstein (1879 - 1955)

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#3
(September-8th-2020, 07:53 AM)Armin@netPI Wrote: Hi there,

using GPIOs of a RPi is documented on the very official Raspberry Pi pages, not in this forum.

Look here https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/usage/gpio/

hello, the question is not how to use the GPIO, the problem is that the nethat product charges all the GPIOs of the raspberry, therefore I do not have physical access to them
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#4
Ah, now I understand your question a little better.

I agree that netPI pin header occupies all the 40 pins at once. But if you read the netHAT Hardware documentation located in the download section here https://www.netiot.com/interface/nethat/ you see that it physically just occupies around 10% of the pins only.

All the rest of the pins are not connected. Since netHAT does not feature a feed-through connector as other HAT modules on the market, the only chance you have is to solder addtionals pins to the netHAT pin header top side and then connected another HAT on top.

Since 5 years there is no other netHAT module available than this version.

Thx
Armin
You never fail until you stop trying.“, Albert Einstein (1879 - 1955)

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#5
(September-8th-2020, 01:33 PM)Armin@netPI Wrote: Ah, now I understand your question a little better.

I agree that netPI pin header occupies all the 40 pins at once. But if you read the netHAT Hardware documentation located in the download section here https://www.netiot.com/interface/nethat/ you see that it physically just occupies around 10% of the pins only.

All the rest of the pins are not connected. Since netHAT does not feature a feed-through connector as other HAT modules on the market, the only chance you have is to solder addtionals pins to the netHAT pin header top side and then connected another HAT on top.

Since 5 years there is no other netHAT module available than this version.

Thx
Armin

Thank you so much for everything
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