Hi!Anuradha wrote:hi this is my first project with raspberry pi.
The GPIO pins are broken out on the Serve HAT board so you can solder additional items to it, however for more general testing you probably want to get an extended GPIO header (I've used the 10mm GPIO Header from Pimoroni before). Then you can just connect up your extra items using jumper leads as normal.Anuradha wrote: I've just ordered Adafruit 16 channel servo hat to control 6 servo motors. I also need to connect an lcd, a keypad and a vibration sensor to the rpi 2. will i be able to access the gpio after connecting the servo hat? or should I use some extention?
As far as I'm aware its only uses the i2c pins (I also have the non-HAT version of this board and that is i2c only).Anuradha wrote:So by using the extended header I can connect my LCD and keyboard to the gpio right? The hat uses only the i2c pins from RPI?
Happy to help!Anuradha wrote: Thank you so much for your reply!