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Build a General-Purpose Raspberry Pi Data Logger Hat

Build a General-Purpose Raspberry Pi Data Logger Hat

By Jacob Bendell    View In Digital Edition  

This article describes the process of designing and building a custom Raspberry Pi HAT circuit board. This HAT works with a Python script to record and live plot battery voltage, temperature, and capacity. The ability to log data over an extended period is an included useful feature.


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What’s In The Zip?
Python Script
Data Logger Instructions
Files for RaspPi HAT
KiCad PCB Files
CP210x Universal Windows Driver v10.1.10