This is the hardware companion to the Moto Mods Development Kit found at developer.motorola.com
The Raspberry Pi ecosystem contains a wide variety of existing HATs (Hardware Attached on Top) that can be used to start your project, or maybe you have an existing Pi project to port to Moto Mods. The Moto Mods HAT Adapter Board is Raspberry Pi HAT compatible and allows the use of commercially available HATs. It includes the 40-pin Header, Camera, and Display connectors in the proper locations.
When working with the Moto Mods HAT adapter board, existing Pi firmware must be ported to the MuC. For example, drivers written for the Raspian OS based on Debian Linux need to be ported to NuttX. In addition tasks and queues may require redesign to operate in the Moto Mods embedded environment.
The HAT Adapter Board enables you to attach a wide variety of Raspberry Pi HATs to your Moto Mods™ Development Kit. It includes the standard 40-pin header, 15-pin camera and 15-pin display header in the exact dimensions and placement. This card plugs into the 80 pin connector that comes with the Reference Moto Mod. You will need to port or create the Moto Mod firmware (and associated Android application) to get your chosen HAT up and running
- Allows you to use existing Raspberry Pi HATs with the MDK
- Allows you to extend the Reference Moto Mod by attaching and use any Raspberry Pi HAT
- Enables you to attach a wide variety of Raspberry Pi HATs to your Moto Mods™ Development Kit
- It includes the standard 40-pin header, 15-pin camera and 15-pin display header in the exact dimensions and placement
- This card plugs into the 80 pin connector that comes with the Reference Moto Mod
- HAT Adapter Board