DINPi – DIN Rail Mount for Raspberry Pi

DINPi – DIN Rail Mount for Raspberry Pi

Created for use with some of our home automation HATs, DINPi allows plug and play connection for Raspberry Pi add-on boards in a DIN rail mountable package. Multiple boards can be daisy-chained to create an array of connected HATs or pHATs. Simply solder whichever headers / sockets you require for your project.

Multiple Uses

DINPi can be used in a number of ways depending on your requirements. The “ribbon cable” style board design allows DINPi boards to be used in reverse or upside down without issue. The mirrored pinout (see below) allows multiple boards to be connected together using right-angle headers & sockets and can also be used to mount a Raspberry Pi upside-down while maintaining correct GPIO pinout.

Build Your Own

DINPi is open hardware, you can order the PCBs directly from our board manufacturer; PCBWay. We earn a small kickback if you sign-up using this link.

Order your DINPi boards here.

Alternatively you can buy a DINPi kit from us.

Why Buy from Us

All our boards are designed and assembled here in the UK and are RoHS compliant (lead-free) and CE marked to indicate conformity with health, safety, and environmental protection standards. DINPi is open hardware, meaning the source Gerber files are available for download so a board manufacturer can reproduce it. We cannot ensure any compliance for boards purchased directly from a board manufacturer, nor can we offer any type of guarantee or support unless purchased directly from us or our distributors. That said, if you need multiple boards it may be more cost effective to order direct. We highly recommend PCBWay.

Raspberry Pi Compatibility

DINPi is fully compatible with all 40-way Raspberry Pi models and clones.

Parts List

  • 2×20 pin header (generic)
  • 2×20 pin 90 degree header (generic)
  • 2×20 pin 90 degree socket (generic)
  • DIN rail adaptor (Phoenix Contact 1201578 or generic) – x2

Gerber Files

You can download the Gerber files for DINPi here.

Mechanical

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