Oh dear, that's horrible. You'd need to use a stacking header to get over that problem.gordon77 wrote:
This seems to show the sockets when unmounted, and the pins coming from below when mounted on the Pi.
Presumably it's done to give the HAT a very low profile. Makes sense if space is limited, and the HAT spec doesn't allow for stacking.DougieLawson wrote:Oh dear, that's horrible.
How did you get VGA and the Sense HAT working at the same time ?tvjon wrote:I use a few different configurations, & rather than modify the sense-hat, I use a female to male ribbon cable extension. I built one of the vga666 adapters with longer pins so that I could accommodate further boards, or sockets, as in the attached picture.