Make your Pi a little slimmer with this microSD card adapter board. It slides in where the SD card goes but is half the length. Pop in a microSD card for a sleeker machine. The microSD card holder is a push-push type so you can push on the edge that sticks out to remove the card when necessary.
GPIO Header for Pi
GPIO Header for Raspberry Pi - Extra tall 2x13 Female Header
Connect your own PCB to a Raspberry Pi with this extra-tall female header. The female header part has extra spaces to make it 13.6mm tall: when placed on your Pi, a PCB will clear the Ethernet and USB jacks. This header has 3mm of pins, compared with our stacking version which is the same base height but has 9.7mm height instead. With 3mm you don't have to cut the really long pins, so its ideal for basic Pi plate design
- One 2x13 Female Header
- Connector Body
- 3mm Pins
- 34mm x 17mm Overall Size
- Return Warranty
- Standard 30 Days
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