Maker Creates RP2040 Stamp for Drop-In Pico Powered Projects


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When Raspberry Pi co-founder Eben Upton announced via Twitter that Raspberry Pi had an informal RP2040 sample program, many makers pitched their ideas for the chip that powers the Raspberry Pi Pico. One of those makers, arturo182, has already started work on an RP2040 based Raspberry Pi Zero W form factor board, but for its next project it has tweeted the design process of a one-inch square RP2040 board that packs plenty of features into a tiny package.

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Arturo182 has designed the one-inch square RP2040 Stamp, and they have documented the entire process via an extensive Twitter thread. The idea behind the board is to pack all of the functionality of the Raspberry Pi Pico into a package that can be soldered into a project. There are no fiddly surface mount components to worry about, just all of the pins you need and castellations for easy soldering.



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