andrea.soster wrote: ↑Tue Aug 28, 2018 10:16 amHi,
I just received my Raspberry Pi PoE HAT(s) and I was expecting to still be able to access the GPIO pins of the board...is there any way to acccess them? I don't want to add another HAT, just to be able to connect some wires to the GPIO pins.
Edit: beaten to the Submit button, but left here for reinforcement, not as a deliberate me-too echo...Because the fan is controlled over I2C, none of the GPIO are used, so you can stack a second HAT on top of the connector. To do this you will need to buy some longer pass-through headers that expose the pins on the other side of the PoE HAT. You will need one for the 40-way and one for the 4-way connector that has the PoE splitters on it.