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Raspberry Pi HAT RGB Cooling HAT with Fan and OLED Display for Raspberry Pi 4 B / 3 B+ / 3 B

Raspberry Pi HAT RGB Cooling HAT with Fan and OLED Display for Raspberry Pi 4 B / 3 B+ / 3 B
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Raspberry Pi HAT RGB Cooling HAT with Fan and OLED Display for Raspberry Pi 4 B / 3 B+ / 3 B

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Raspberry Pi HAT RGB Cooling HAT with Fan and OLED Display for Raspberry Pi 4 B / 3 B+ / 3 B

Normally: $60.18 Normally: $69.21
Save: $3.48$4.00
$56 70 $65 20
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Features

NOTE:

- Raspberry Pi board is NOT INCLUDED
- PLEASE RUN THE HAT UNDER OFFICIAL SYSTEM!

This is a Multi-function cooling expansion board designed for the Raspberry Pi board. It is perfectly compatible with the 4B/3B+/3B to protect Raspberry Pi and extends its life. A 4pin IIC interface for OLED display, which can real-time display CPU temperature, CPU usage, hard disk space, memory and IP address. The large-size cooling fan on the board with strong wind power, it can make Raspberry Pi can run more stably by automatically adjust the speed according to the CPU temperature. 3 high-brightness RGB programming lights on the bottom of the expansion board, which can realize following lights, breathing lights, marquees and so on. It also expandS Raspberry Pi 40pin header and can be used to connect to other devices. We will provide a driver package for all Raspberry Pi images, which is convenient for users to drive fans, OLED displays, RGB lights.

 - Perfectly compatible with Raspberry Pi 4B/3B+/3B, not occupy any Raspberry Pi pin, not occupy heat sink space.
 - The powerful fan on the board can automatically adjust the speed according to the CPU temperature to control the air volume.
 - Support OLED display, which can display the running status of Raspberry Pi in real-time.
 - High-brightness RGB lights to enhance the aesthetic appearance, but also to achieve a variety of funny lighting gameplay.
 - A driver package that can drive all the functions of the expansion board, as well as program source code and tutorials will be provided.










Installation:

1. Install related software and settings

 - The Raspberry Pi opens the I2C settings.

PS: The Raspberry Pi RGB_Cooling_HAT and Raspberry Pi control method is operated by I2C, so we need to enable the Raspberry Pi I2C service.

Input command:

sudo raspi-config

Then, select the [ Interfacing Options ]


Select [ P5 I2C] and confirm with "YES".


 - Install wiringPi

PS: Raspberry Pi official raspbian system will bring its own wiringPi by default. You can run gpio -v to view the version. If there is, skip this step.

Input command:

cd ~

git clone git://git.drogon.net/wiringPi

If this command cannot be downloaded, use the following command to download the unofficial wiringPi image:

git clone https://github.com/WiringPi/WiringPi.git

cd WiringPi

sudo ./build

 - Install gcc

PS: Raspberry Pi official raspbian system will bring its own wiringPi by default. You can run gpio -v to view the version. If there is, skip this step.

Input command to install gcc:

sudo apt-get install gcc

 - Oled display drive

Just need to put the three driver files of the oled driver library (ssd1306_i2c.c/ ssd1306_i2c.h/oled_fonts.h) in the same folder as the source code need to be run, and compile with gcc command.

Eg:

gcc -o oled oled.c ssd1306_i2c.c -lwiringPi

./oled

More function and guide, please press here (includes download link).

Specifications

Manufacturer Part No: SEVRBP0251 Brand: Raspberry Pi Product Type: RGB Cooling HAT
UPC - Product Family: HAT Shipping Weight: 0.01 kg
PB Part No: SEVRBP0251 Product Model: -

Warranty: 12 months local warranty *
* Warranty period is as stated above unless the manufacturer has chosen to specify a longer period.
All warranties are return to base unless otherwise specified.

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Requires significant tech expertise to use

This device promises to be a great device. But support from the manufacturer is lacking clarity - when you finally decode where to download the actual files from, they don't build. The only web search reporting success with this device required source code rewrites. I haven't yet managed to replicate anything that is successful, and would suggest novice users use something else.

Be aware - this device will not function at all (no fan operation, and no OLED function) unless the drivers are installed.

We could say that a lot of this stuff is created in places that do not speak english as a primary language, but given that this is sold ...view more

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Short answer, no. The midframe in that case would block the risers, so in theory you could mount it to the GPIO pins but not actually secure it. Also, due to the midframe, the fan wouldn't actually do anything...
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Raspberry Pi HAT RGB Cooling HAT with Fan and OLED Display for Raspberry Pi 4 B / 3 B+ / 3 B

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Date Created: 14:20, 24-10-2020
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Features

NOTE:

- Raspberry Pi board is NOT INCLUDED
- PLEASE RUN THE HAT UNDER OFFICIAL SYSTEM!

This is a Multi-function cooling expansion board designed for the Raspberry Pi board. It is perfectly compatible with the 4B/3B+/3B to protect Raspberry Pi and extends its life. A 4pin IIC interface for OLED display, which can real-time display CPU temperature, CPU usage, hard disk space, memory and IP address. The large-size cooling fan on the board with strong wind power, it can make Raspberry Pi can run more stably by automatically adjust the speed according to the CPU temperature. 3 high-brightness RGB programming lights on the bottom of the expansion board, which can realize following lights, breathing lights, marquees and so on. It also expandS Raspberry Pi 40pin header and can be used to connect to other devices. We will provide a driver package for all Raspberry Pi images, which is convenient for users to drive fans, OLED displays, RGB lights.

 - Perfectly compatible with Raspberry Pi 4B/3B+/3B, not occupy any Raspberry Pi pin, not occupy heat sink space.
 - The powerful fan on the board can automatically adjust the speed according to the CPU temperature to control the air volume.
 - Support OLED display, which can display the running status of Raspberry Pi in real-time.
 - High-brightness RGB lights to enhance the aesthetic appearance, but also to achieve a variety of funny lighting gameplay.
 - A driver package that can drive all the functions of the expansion board, as well as program source code and tutorials will be provided.










Installation:

1. Install related software and settings

 - The Raspberry Pi opens the I2C settings.

PS: The Raspberry Pi RGB_Cooling_HAT and Raspberry Pi control method is operated by I2C, so we need to enable the Raspberry Pi I2C service.

Input command:

sudo raspi-config

Then, select the [ Interfacing Options ]


Select [ P5 I2C] and confirm with "YES".


 - Install wiringPi

PS: Raspberry Pi official raspbian system will bring its own wiringPi by default. You can run gpio -v to view the version. If there is, skip this step.

Input command:

cd ~

git clone git://git.drogon.net/wiringPi

If this command cannot be downloaded, use the following command to download the unofficial wiringPi image:

git clone https://github.com/WiringPi/WiringPi.git

cd WiringPi

sudo ./build

 - Install gcc

PS: Raspberry Pi official raspbian system will bring its own wiringPi by default. You can run gpio -v to view the version. If there is, skip this step.

Input command to install gcc:

sudo apt-get install gcc

 - Oled display drive

Just need to put the three driver files of the oled driver library (ssd1306_i2c.c/ ssd1306_i2c.h/oled_fonts.h) in the same folder as the source code need to be run, and compile with gcc command.

Eg:

gcc -o oled oled.c ssd1306_i2c.c -lwiringPi

./oled

More function and guide, please press here (includes download link).

Specifications

Date Created: 14:20, 24-10-2020
Product URL: https://www.pbtech.co.nz/product/SEVRBP0251/Raspberry-Pi-HAT-RGB-Cooling-HAT-with-Fan-and-OLED
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