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Quickly add buttons to your Raspberry Pi with the Pimoroni Button SHIM

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If you want to add five simple buttons to your Raspberry Pi without making up your own pHAT - check out the new Pimoroni Button SHIM from Tronixlabs Australia. Not only does this shim have five buttons, there is also an addressable RGB LED for simple output displays:

Pimoroni Button SHIM for Raspberry Pi from Tronixlabs Australia


As you can see the female header is included but not soldered to the SHIM. And Pimoroni have written a neat python library to you can quickly make use of the shim. 

For more information and to order, please visit the product page. And as always - we'll ship your entire order anywhere in Australia for $5

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