Hardware Products
ZeroMicroDongle

ZeroMicroDongle

Connect your Raspberry Pi Zero or Pi Zero W[H] directly to peripherals with a Micro USB port such as the Official Raspberry Pi Keyboard.
AVRFT234

AVRFT234

Small 6-pin AVR-ISP programmer using the FTDI FT234X and supported by Avrdude with a small addition to arvdude.conf. Can be used to program AVR IC and AVR based Arduino/clone bootloaders using the 6-pin SPI header.
Dual Supply for Raspberry Pi

Dual Supply for Raspberry Pi

Power your Raspberry Pi from multiple sources (PSU, Power bank, etc.) with load sharing
Zero Dongle

Zero Dongle

Turns your Raspberry Pi Zero (all versions) into a USB dongle with no soldering
I2C Multiplexer (8 port) pHAT

I2C Multiplexer (8 port) pHAT

Connect multiple I2C devices without worrying about address conflicts (4 more on the underside). Automatically shows up as an 8 I2C busses. I2C voltage can be set to either 3v3 or 5v with solder bridge.
Cluster HAT

Cluster HAT

HAT For the Raspberry Pi - USB Gadget Mode network (+serial) in a compact HAT.
Camera Cable Joiner/Extender

Camera Cable Joiner/Extender

Joins multiple Raspberry Pi camera cables together to extend the cable length (especially useful for the Pi Zero)
Butterfly

Butterfly

Enables the Raspberry Pi to be used with two HAT/pHAT at the same time.
USB Serial Adapter (Pi Zero)

USB Serial Adapter (Pi Zero)

Solderless USB to Serial adapter for the Raspberry Pi Zero (for bare GPIO)
Micro USB Dual Supply

Micro USB Dual Supply

Dual Ideal Diode. Power devices from multiple sources with load sharing
MMC (SD) HAT

MMC (SD) HAT

Add a second MMC/SD interface to your Raspberry Pi (Disables WiFi on 3B/3B+ due to them both using the second SDIO interface. Can be used as a Micro SD card reader/writer, additional storage, RAID1/RAID0 root partition)
Fake HAT

Fake HAT

HAT Compliant EEPROM for the Raspberry Pi which can be used to develop HAT, configure your GPIO/load device tree on boot
USB Serial Adaptor

USB Serial Adaptor

FTDI 3.3v UART to USB Adapter
USB Power Splitter

USB Power Splitter

Power two devices from a single micro USB supply (does not split USB data signals).
USB Power Switch

USB Power Switch

Control power to a USB device (on/off) using a switch, or GPIO from a Raspberry Pi, Arduino, etc. (Available in Normally On and Normally Off)