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Revision as of 19:15, 27 August 2021

RaspberryPi Modules

The following contents include all of our products, Top10 modules are list here, those modules are fit for Raspberry Pi A,A+,B,B+,2 Model B,3 Model B and some other platform. you can select one of them and click the links to get more information about it.

HCL

This is Hardware Compatible List. Hardware Compatible List

Hat Stack

Development Boards

AI Learning

IoT Modules


Tinker Board


DeskPi Series

Raspberry Pi


Raspberry Pi Pico Breakout Board

Banana Pi

Gaming Assesories

Electronic Accessories

Extension Modules


Case & Enclosure & Heat sink

Cooling Accessories

 EOL stands for "End of Life", means this product will not produce any more

Electronic Engineer Tools

Displays

 EOL stands for "End of Life", means this product will not produce any more

Power Supply

Raspberry Pi Kits

Official Support Products

X-Series Expansion Board

New Products 2020.4.21 updated

Old Products 2018.6.6 updated

X series Acrylic Case

Operation System Card

52Pi Expand Modules ( End Of Life )

Documentation


Some simple guides to setting up the software on your Raspberry Pi.
Beginners should start with NOOBS, which gives the user a choice of operating system from the standard distributions.
The recommended distribution for normal use is Raspbian. 
Alternatives are available, such as LibreELEC (Kodi media centre) or Arch Linux.