ANAVI Miracle uHAT is an open-hardware Raspberry-Pi add-on board for controlling individually addressable RGB LED strips. It works with all popular models, including Neopixel, WS2811, WS2812, WS2812B, and TM1809. Through its I²C interface, ANAVI Miracle uHAT also supports mini OLED displays and various sensors for light, temperature, humidity, gesture recognition, and motion detection. It is compatible with all Raspberry Pi single-board computers (SBCs) with 40-pin headers. Python sample code for ANAVI Miracle uHAT is available in our GitHub repository.
Easy to set up, fun to work with, and ready for integration into your open-source home-automation projects, ANAVI Miracle uHAT streamlines the development process so you can focus on customizing and your source code and refining your application.
Finally, you can find our KiCAD project files and Python sample code on GitHub. We designed ANAVI Miracle uHAT using KiCAD, which is free and open-source software, and all boards will be manufactured here in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. We are also producing a comprehensive user manual that will walk you step-by-step through the process of setting up your ANAVI Miracle uHAT on Raspberry Pi OS.
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