Arduino Stackable Header 10 Pin
Arduino stackable header is a type of header that is commonly used with Arduino boards and shields. It allows multiple boards to be stacked on top of one another to create a single, integrated system. The header typically has 10 pins, which provide power and communication between the boards. It is commonly used in academic settings to create custom electronics projects, allowing students and researchers to easily build and expand upon their projects as needed.
Arduino Stackable Header is a type of connector commonly used in Arduino shields and compatible boards. It features a female header with a width of 2.54mm on one end and a male header with a longer length on the other. The header has 10 pins, and one 10-pin stackable header is included in the product package. This connector is widely used in academic settings to build custom electronics projects and expand upon existing projects with ease.