Features – Sensors

  • SAMD21G Microprocessor

  • INA219 Current Sensor

  • IMU (9dof) Accel, Gyro, Mag

Features – Compatibility

  • CircuitPython Ready
  • MircoPython Ready
  • Arduino IDE Ready
  • SeeSaw Compatible

Features – Connectivity

  • Easy Pi-HAT Format – Ready to Deploy

  • On-Board Voltage Regulator for Raspberry Pi boards (no external power)
  • 2 MB Flash Memory
  • Mini-Tamiya Connectors for Battery and ESC connections (designed for RC Cars)
  • Redundant / Backup Battery Input for Raspberry Pi / M0
  • Breakout for additional I2C sensors and devices
  • Brushed and Brush-less ESC compatible (through PWM)
  • USB to Serial Pass-through to communicate with Raspberry Pi ‘in the field’
  •  4 x 16-bit (configurable) High-Resolution Servo Outputs
  •  4 x RC Controller Inputs
  • 15 x General Input/Output ADC PWM
  • 2 x Raspberry Pi Control Pins (through M0 — configurable) for Power Management and WiFi Config.
  •  NeoPixel Controller (through M0)

  •  High-Accuracy IMU with 9-degrees of freedom

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The Robotics Masters Robo HAT MM1 is an open source robotics controller board for Raspberry Pi. It is education focused but works in many applications. The Robo HAT provides all the hardware you need in one simple, easy-to-use form factor. It removes the initial barriers to starting any robotics project.

With support for Adafruit CircuitPython, Arduino IDE, and other libraries the Robo HAT is able to act as a single solution for all projects great and small.

The Robo HAT MM1 removes the need for buying lots of individual components by including them on the board. It can act as a PWM driver, provide on-board power through voltage regulators, and measure movement with the on-board IMU – all at the same time.

The wide compatibility with many open source software platforms such as CircuitPython, SeeSaw, and Arduino IDE means you can use all existing software for sensors while creating your project in the way that works best for you. The hardware schematics and software are fully open source.