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PIFACE  PIFACE DIGITAL  I/O EXPANSION BOARD, FOR RASPBERRY PI

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  • Manufacturer: PIFACE
  • Newark Part No.: 48W3976
  • Manufacturer Part No PIFACE DIGITAL

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  • Core Architecture: -
  • Core Sub-Architecture: -
  • Features: Plugs onto GPIO socket, 2x Relays, 4x Swts, 8x Digital Inputs, 8x outputs, 8x LEDs
  • For Use With: RASPBERRY PI
  • Kit Contents: Board only
  • SVHC: To Be Advised
  • Silicon Core Number: -
  • Silicon Family Name: -
  • Silicon Manufacturer: -

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  • 197 Further stock expected to ship on Jan 14, 2015
  • 213 Further stock expected to ship on Jan 15, 2015
  • Per the manufacturer, more stock expected week of 5/4/15

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PIFACE - PIFACE DIGITAL - DAUGHTER CARD, PI FACE EXPANSION BRD FOR RASPBERRY PI 5 5 1 1
PiFace Control and Display - Review The PiFace Control and Display board comes shipped in an anti-static bag inside a small cardboard box. Mine arrived in perfect shape. The PiFace CAD is about 2.25" x 3.25" in size and consists of an LCD display board mounted on top of a bottom board that has most of the circuitry and buttons. On the lower edge of the bottom board, there are five momentary contact push buttons. On the top edge, there is a combined rocker switch and momentary contact push button. There is also an IR detector. The board fits on top of the Pi and has a plastic connector that slides onto the GPIO pins. Read More: http://www.element14.com/community/roadTestReviews/1685 May 6, 2014
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Using 12v power

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If I am using an external 12 v DC power supply hooked up to the output ports, how would I need to configure the jumpers?
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There are several jumpers on the PiFace board and these have the following purposes:
JP1 and JP2 - these jumpers set the board address so that up to four boards can be used.
JP3 - connects to the +5V rail on the Pi. When fitted, the PiFace board can be powered from the Pi, or vice versa. Without the jumper, both devices must be powered separately.
JP4 - connects the snubber diodes from the ULN2803A to 5V. However, if the open collectors are connected to >5V, JP4 must be removed.
JP5 and JP6 isolate the two relays K1 and K0 respectively from outputs 1 and 0.
JP7 - remove this to disconnect power to all on-board outputs, that is, disable the relays and LEDS.
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The PiFace is built from commercial chips which are qualified to different temperature ranges, specified by the manufacturers being qualified from 0°C to 70°C, while the AP is qualified from -40°C to 85°C. You may well find that the board will work outside those temperatures, but we’re not qualifying the board itself to these extremes.
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